|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 5.3 x 5.2 inches|
|Item model number||A-PAR38-E27-11W9-DIM|
|Size||Flood 60 Degree|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Certification||ce, fcc, ul_listed|
LED PAR38 Dimmable 100-120W Replacement Bulb. Extreme Brightness Color: White
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- Direct replacement for 100-150 watt incandescant bulb and consumes only 11 watts of energy!
- Fully Dimmable
- Advanced Heat Sync Technology keeps the bulb cool to the touch
- Generates over 800 lumens
- Voltage: 100-240VAC
This fully Dimmable LED light bulb amazingly puts out 1200 lumens and only consumes 11 watts of energy! It replaces any household 100W incandescent/halogen bulb. The energy savings on this LED re*Bulb Shape: PAR38
Aluminum heat sink, No UV or RF interference, Patented heat sink and optical diffuser, longer life thanincandescent & fluorescents . No mercury, no ballast required, wide voltage and constant current design, solid state, high shock & vibration resistant, Mercury free, 66%+ savings in energy consumption, quiet, no noise, no flickering, The products are in accordance with CE, UL and FCC testing standards.
* Color: Natural White also available in Warm White, Daylight White and Cool White * Beam Angle: 60 degrees (also available in 120) * Avg. Life: 30,000 hours * Lens types: clear * Diameter: 94.95 mm * Length: 98 mm placement pays for the bulb itself and last over 5 years of continuous use.
Top Customer Reviews
The fundamental problem with these (and another type from Philips I also tested) is that the beam is not as spread out (not a true flood) as the halogen bulb you would replace.
The result is that you get a very bright spot right below the lamps, and dark areas between the lamps, rather than a more uniform lighting accross the hole counter surface in your kitchen.
The technology seems there, its just a matter of spreading the light out more, or having the manufacturers angle the exterior LEDs a bit and add more diffuser to the front to get a proper even spread of light.
For these PAR38's to be usable they MUST be drop in replacements for existing fields of in-ceiling can's for larger rooms at home, and the current light pattern of the LED PAR38's is just not there. 20 to 40 degree beam widths is just too narrow.. almost a spot. A beam spread of more like 70-80 is what is needed for these to work... or they need to be longer so they don't dissappear back into the cans much farther than the halogens (which also contributes to shadows between the cans).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The advertising of this led bulb is misleading. 100W Incandescent light bulb emits about 1730 Lumens. Read morePublished on February 17, 2014 by Raimundas Juodvalkis
Very poor illumination range and quality. I am guessing that it provides the equivalent of a 40w bulb, through a green tint lens. A complete waste of money.Published on March 8, 2013 by D. Hill