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Sunbeam High Performance PAR30 LED Bulb, 11 Watts (Equivalent to 40 Watts)

by Sunbeam
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  • Direct replacement for incandescent PAR bulbs (equivalent to 40W); Base: medium screw (E26)
  • Maintenance free operation-lasts up to 25 times longer than incandescent
  • Instant on/off and Dimmable
  • LIFE: 40,000HRS, 120-Volt, CREE LED, 3000K Color Temperature, 60-Degree Beam Spread
  • Lead and Mercury free-Energy Star compliant
  • LIFE: 40,000HRS, 120V, CREE LED, 3000K Color Temperature, 60? Beam Spread
  • Lead and Mercury free - Energy Star compliant
  • Maintenance free operation - lasts up to 25 times longer than incandescent
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Technical Details

  • Dimmable

Product Description

Product Description

Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb high performance Energy Star compliant PAR 30 LED flood light bulbs offer a highly efficient, long-lasting alternative to conventional incandescent lighting. Lasting 25 times longer than the regular incandescent bulb (equivalent to 40 Watts), they can save as much as 80 percent on your energy costs and are maintenance free. These bulbs are truly environmentally friendly. Free of harmful UV and IR emissions, they do not contain any lead or mercury and save energy by reducing the amount of electricity used and is always cool to the touch. Resistant to shock and vibration, Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb high performance LED PAR bulbs produce a superior lighting quality throughout its 25,000 hours of life, enhancing any lighting environment. They are dimmable and turn on/off instantly.

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Offering a highly efficient, long-lasting alternative to conventional incandescent lighting, Sunbeam's high-performance Enviro-Bulb LED bulbs last 25 times longer than the regular incandescent bulb. They can also save as much as 80 percent on your energy costs and are maintenance free. This 11-watt Enviro-Bulb PAR30 medium base flood light provides an equivalent incandescent brightness of 50 watts and it's rated for a lifespan of 40,000 hours.

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At a Glance
30411446 11-Watt Enviro-Bulb PAR30 LED Bulb
At a Glance:
  • Direct replacement for incandescent bulbs

  • Maintenance free operation

  • Up to 40,000-hour lifespan

  • Comparable to 50-watt PAR30 bulb

  • 500 lumen brightness, 3000K color temperature

  • Free of lead and mercury, Energy Star compliant
At a Glance

Sunbeam's Enviro-Bulb LED bulbs are free of harmful UV and IR emissions, do not contain any lead or mercury, are always cool to the touch, and save energy by reducing the amount of electricity used. Resistant to shock and vibration, the Enviro-Bulb LED bulb produces superior lighting quality, turns on and off instantly, and is dimmable.

The True Cost of a Light Bulb

There are two costs associated with any light bulb: the cost of buying and the cost of operating (electricity). The cost of operating of an incandescent bulb is much higher than the cost of buying. The operating cost is based on the kilowatt per hour (kWh) rate you pay in your area for electricity. The US average is 11¢/kWh (Energy Star).

For example, a standard 50W PAR30 bulb uses 50 watts of energy to emit 500 lumens of light. It converts only a small amount of energy into light (emitting excess energy as heat, as you've discovered if you've ever touched an incandescent bulb when it's on). Based on a daily usage of 3 hours per day and the US average of energy cost of 11¢/kWh, a 50W incandescent bulb costs $4.25 per year to operate. Of course, if you use your bulb for more than 3 hours per day your operating cost will be higher.

An LED (Light-Emitting Diode) bulb is much more efficient in converting energy into light and is always cool to the touch. The Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb PAR30 Flood LED 11W bulb uses only 11 watts of energy to emit 500 lumens of light. It costs $1.32 to operate each year--a savings of $2.93 per year (and a total of $107 over its lifespan). With savings like this, these bulbs pay for themselves.

LED Bulbs Will Save You Time and Money

There are other costs associated to the light bulb that are often not considered, such as the cost to buy replacement bulbs plus the time and effort required to physically replace the bulbs.

The Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb PAR30 LED bulb, on the other hand, is truly a maintenance-free light bulb. With an expected lifespan of 40,000 hours, it will only need to be replaced approximately every 36.5 years.

What's in the Box

Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb 30411446 11-watt PAR30 LED bulb (single pack)

Sunbeam Enviro-Bulb LED Bulbs

Enviro-Bulb Model Base Bulb Finish LED Wattage Incandescent
Equivalent
Wattage
Brightness (Lumens) Lifespan (hours) Pack Size
30411434
Chandelier
Candelabra Soft white 4 25 240 20,000 2
30411439
A19
Medium Soft white 12 60 800 25,000 1
30411446
PAR30 Flood
Medium n/a 11 50 500 40,000 1
30411450
PAR38 Flood
Medium n/a 17 75 800 40,000 1

* All Sunbeam Enviro-Bulbs are rated for 120V input voltage


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions3.7 x 3.7 x 4 inches
Item model number30411446
ColorSoft White
ShapePAR30
Voltage120 volts
Wattage11 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux500 lm
CertificationEnergy Star
Special FeaturesDimmable
UsageIndoor or Outdoor Use
  
Additional Information
ASINB0083T3OHQ
Best Sellers Rank #218,852 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableMay 16, 2012
  
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Important Information

Brightness
500 lm

Bulb Life
40000 Hours

Color Temperature
3000 Kelvin

Wattage
11 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Cass VINE VOICE on July 30, 2012
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This PAR30 floodlight bulb seems to put out the equivalent light of the 65W incandescent bulbs I have (about 500 lumens). The color of the light is pretty close to incandescent as well, which is nice; I don't like the bluish light that some LEDs produce. Another benefit of this bulb is that (I hope) it will function out in the garage where I have it in the winter. As you probably know, incandescent bulbs do not like it cold, and the spiral bulbs I have out there now take several minutes to warm up with it's cold out.

There are just a couple things that I would consider before buying this bulb:

1) It is not "instant-on" when you turn on the switch; there is maybe a 1 second delay. Not a deal-breaker, but just something to note as opposed to their package advertising.
2) The bulb is heavy. If you are replacing it using one of those poles because it's out of reach, note that this one would do more damage if it fell.
3) It's expensive at $32+. The advertising says you would save $107 over the life of the bulb compared to a 50W halogen flood light at 11 cents/KWH. Which brings me to #4:
4) The Limited Warranty is only 3 years (although they claim it will last 36.5 years at 3 hours/day). Why limit the warranty to 3 years if it's supposed to last 36?

So, this bulb would be a good replacement for your PAR30 incandescent flood lights, but at a cost of less than $20/each, in my opinion. The 3-year warranty worries me and this being new technology, I would wait for the prices to come down on these LED replacement bulbs before going all-in on replacing your existing bulbs. Remember how expensive CF bulbs were when they came out? Same deal here -- wait until it makes more economic sense to buy this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Tenenbaum VINE VOICE on July 26, 2012
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The LED bulb is cheaper than 40-watt (W) old-fashioned incandescent (tungsten) lamps ("i-bulbs") except when is scarcely used, or high banking interest rate (not now). The quality of the light is excellent as of the i-bulbs, which last for only 1,000 hours ("hr[s]" or "h"), and much better than of the fluorescent lamps that flicker & deteriorate from switching (see Wikipedia, disadvantages).

An LED bulb at $40/$32 lasts for 40,000 hrs & replaces 40 i-bulbs for $13 ($1 for 3 in New York) in total. $27/$19 more for a LED bulb seems a lot, but it consumes 40-11=29 W per h for 40,000 hrs less electricity than 40 i-bulbs that is equal to 29,000 W or 29 kW (k=1000) for 40 h, or to 29*40=1,160 kWh. 1,160 kWh of saved electricity at the cost of $0.19 per kWh amounts to a $220 saving from a LED bulb in comparison to 40 i-bulbs, or - after subtracting a $27/$19 price difference - to $201/$193. So, buying a LED bulb will save over $190 during its life less the interest on the initial investment of $40/$32.

The interest (investment income) - lost as a result of buying a LED bulb instead of saving $40/$32 (providing i-bulbs are free) - can be disregarded at a low interest rate or increasing price of electricity or both. However, at a 5% interest rate, that interest of $2/$1.60 per year consumes the saving of 10.5/8.4 kWh (2:0.19=10.5) from the use of LED bulb for 363/290 hrs (10,500:29=363). So, at 5%, i-bulbs would be cheaper when used just/less than 1 hr a day. At a 2.5% rate, a LED bulb would be cheaper than i-bulbs when used for more than 1/2 hr a day lasting for 250+ years. When an i-bulb costs $2/$1.60, and is used up for 1,000 hrs and replaced within a year, then an LED bulb is always cheaper when the banks pay 5% interest, or when an i-bulb costs $1/$0.80 at a 2.5% rate, or $0.50/$0.40 at 1.25%, etc. So, now, it is not rocket science to opt for the LED bulbs when the rates are below 2%.
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I switched all the light bulbs in my house to fluorescent 13 years ago. They are amazingly energy efficient, but far from perfect. They take a long time to warm up, generate unusual light spectrum, last not nearly as long as advertised and are a toxic hassle when recycling. Therefore I was quite excited about LED lighting when it became available in recent years. Unfortunately, LED remains much more expensive than fluorescent, and so far it makes sense to me only for flashlights and lamps where LED's compact size provides another advantage.

This Sunbeam is the first LED fixture lighting I install into the house. It replaces a fluorescent flood light also rated as 40 Watts equivalent. Due to its support circuitry and reflectors, this LED bulb is much heavier than the fluorescent counterpart. It works wonderfully just as I expect, reaching maximum brightness instantly with a neutral white glow. I am pleasantly surprised by the intensity of the light, which seems brighter than the fluorescent, perhaps because the tiny LEDs allow more efficient focusing of the light downward. Overall, this is a great bulb. As the prices of LEDs continue to drop, I fully expect that they will soon become the dominant lighting source in the US.
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While I consider myself a conservationist, I've never bought into the necessity of bringing toxic CFL lights into my home. The tradeoff was never worth it. Let's face it, it is only a matter of time before one of them shatters, releasing mercury into the atmosphere, and tainting your home environment - not pleasant. LEDs are a great solution, having none of the CFL toxicity. This particular LED light works great in the kitchen where I've installed it. It is bright, and surprisingly fills the entire room with good light - something other LEDs fail at consistently. I highly recommend it. However, prices are stick painfully high to seriously consider. I would wait a year or two until prices come down.
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