|Item Weight||2.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.2 x 4.9 x 4.9 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||HyperPAR38-30|
|Assembled Height||4.9 inches|
|Assembled Length||5.2 inches|
|Assembled Width||4.9 inches|
|Color||3000k (Soft White Glow)|
|Specific Uses||General purpose|
|Fixture Features||Soft White Glow (3000K)|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|EU Energy Efficiency Label||A+|
|Luminous Flux||1220 lm|
|Incandescent equivalent||100 watts|
|Color Temperature||3000 Kelvin|
|Color Rendering Index (CRI)||93.00|
|Average Life||45000 hours|
|Bulb Diameter||4.9 inches|
|Bulb Length||5.2 inches|
|Lamp Power Factor||0.95|
Hyperikon PAR38 LED Bulb Dimmable, 14W (100W Equivalent), 3000K (Soft White Glow), 1220 lumens, CRI 90+, Flood Light Bulb, Medium Base (E26), ENERGY STAR - Great for Kitchen, Bedroom, Patio (4 Pack)
- MAKE THE SWITCH - Upgrade to Hyperikon Recessed Lighting and experience your space in a new way with brighter light that’s environmentally friendly.
- SMOOTH DIMMABILITY - Smooth dimming capabilities from 100-20% with modern LED dimmers allows you to control the look and feel of your space.
- INSIDE/OUTSIDE USE - Suitable for damp locations both inside and outside of your home or business! Ideal for bathrooms or outdoors by the pool.
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- 5 YEAR WARRANTY - Hyperikon's 5-year unlimited warranty means we've got you covered! Contact us for an easy and fast replacement.
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The New Hyperikon Gold Standard of LED Lighting
The sun is the most natural light we have with a CRI of 100 and therefore it is the standard of comparison for any other light source. With the Hyperikon PAR-series you will be able to establish a very unique atmosphere in your home with color reflection never seen before. The Hyperikon PAR38 provides a CRI of 90+ creating color displays that are both more natural and vibrant.
An often overlooked component of a high CRI-value, is whether the R9 value is equally high. Of the 14 components the CRI is composed of, the R9 is the most difficult enhance.
The R9 value produces strong, vibrant reds. Is it really important to include a strong red when measuring color rendering?
R9 - An Underrated Feature
Strong reds are prevalent in skin tones and clothes. Food retailers should care because strong reds are prevalent in grocery store produce and meats. Gallery owners and artists should care because strong reds are prevalent in art work. Hospitals should care because strong reds are the most critical color for surgical procedures.
ENERGY STAR qualified
Hyperikon strives for excellence in every aspect. An important element in developing wholesome and dynamic LED luminaires is receiving the proper certifications. ENERGY STAR rated energy efficient LED bulbs from Hyperikon offer the economic benefit of efficient energy use without sacrificing features such as performance, style, or convenience. Premium features you've come to expect from Hyperikon LED bulbs.
Today Hyperikon manufactures hundreds of LED light bulbs models that carry the ENERGY STAR label, making it easy for you to take advantage of any rebates, tax credits, or sales tax exemptions for energy-efficient products that your state and local utilities may offer.
* U.S. Department of Energy
The difference between PAR38 and BR40
Being namesakes of their halogen and incandescent counterparts, PAR 38 and BR (or R) 40 LEDs are the green solution to outdoor and indoor lighting. Though they bear some similarities, understanding their differences will help you make better decisions about which one of these bulbs works best for your needs. They both share almost all of the same features that come with LED Light Bulbs, and therefore you only need to know the following difference between the two types.
- BR (for bulged reflector) bulbs are lamps with “wide flood” beam angles, which means that they provide more than a 45° angle when lighting an area.
- PAR (short for Parabolic Aluminized Reflector) bulbs are lamps with "spot light" features, meaning that they provide a beam spread that is typically lower than 45°.
Seller Warranty Description5 Year Unlimited Warranty
Color Temperature3000.00 Kelvin
Bulb Voltage120.00 Volts
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If you are like me and have a hard time figuring out the bulb dimensions, the number following the letters (i.e. PAR38) divided by 8 is the bulb face dimensions. In other words, a BR30 has a bulb face of 3.75 inches (30 divided by 8). A PAR38 such as these are 4.75" across the bulb face. Need to be considerate of that to ensure the bulb will fit nicely if you are installing L.E.D. lights in a recessed can.
In closing, I am thoroughly pleased with these lights and the price. If they last as long as I expect, I will be tickled. I would definitely recommend Hyperikon to a friend and anyone who asks.
UPDATE 10 MONTHS LATER - One of the bulbs has decided it's too expensive to work. Turn on the kitchen light, it turns on and immediately goes out. Swapped receptacles to see if the condition followed the bulb, it did. Total hours on bulb maybe 1000, estimated hours on $3.00 bulb it replaced that was still working, 10,000+. I hope this was a fluke but ordered four replacements due to cost of commitment. Got the four replacements (reorder) and guess what, same specification, same rating, same package but a "different" projection of light. You can easily determine the odd bulb out. Due to the cost of commitment and the high risk of inconsistency, I'm not as eager to convert the rest of the multi-receptical bulbs in my house....
So, another unexpected update on this. I was contacted a few days ago by another Hyperikon rep who volunteered to either issue a new set of lights or refund the remaining 50% of my purchase price. (I took the latter option since I no longer need any new bulbs.) I'm quite happy with this outcome, so in the interests of fairness, I'm adding another star to my review. I can't in good conscience make this a 5 star review, but I do encourage anyone considering making a purchase from Hyperikon to give their products all reasonable consideration -- as it is obvious to me that the company does stand by their products, and they do take the reviews on Amazon seriously. In my case, I think I just got unlucky and got a bad batch of lights. It happens.
*** Update 11/29/2016:
Since my original purchase, 11 out of 12 lights failed within 1 year or less. Surprisingly, Hyperikon's customer service department contacted me on 11/21/2016 (note that my original purchase was placed on 07/26/2015) and offered me a refund. Now, due to my own laziness and general annoyance, I had long since simply eaten the loss, gotten rid of the failed product, moved on, and bought another product from a different company. So it was a pleasant surprise to be offered a refund unanticipated and unlooked for. As of 11/29/2016, Amazon is processing a 50% refund of my original purchase price -- not what I expected, but still better than what I had before, considering the only effort I had to put in was 10 minutes for a phone call. It's also worth noting that Hyperikon's rep initially offered me a full free replacement, but since I've already spent the money on new lights, the offer wasn't really of use to me. With all of the above in mind, I'm amending my original review and adding 2 stars for the unexpected good customer service.
*** In the interests of full disclosure, the original text of my review from late 2015 is included below:
I'm not happy with these lights. I installed 10 of these throughout my kitchen in recessed housings just about 3 months ago. One bulb has already died, and two more have started flickering, so I expect to lose those soon as well. The bulbs seem to giving off a fair amount of heat - perhaps they aren't really intended for use in recessed housings, and the heat build up is killing them sooner than their expected lifespan. Perhaps I should have done more research before buying them. I'll be looking to replace these with something else.
Update - I've now had 3 out of 12 lights fail within 3 months of purchase. (I bought 3 packs of 4 each.)
Unfortunately, by December 2015, I had already replaced four of the eight bulbs due to internal failures and no longer working. Soon after, three others failed within a couple of months. The last remaining bulb hung out for several more months but finally just died less than a year after installation. These fixtures are used approximately three hours per evening, every other week -- so even a normal incandescent bulb should not have died during this time. Other replacement LED bulbs have lasted significantly longer in these same fixtures as well as CFLs and incandescent bulbs.
These bulbs are extremely low-quality and do not last. I am including a picture of one of the bulbs that I removed from a fixture after it died. Notice the extremely thin metal used for the base of these bulbs and note that the condition it presents is a potential fire hazard.
Do yourself a favor and go to your local hardware store or big box store and purchase their in-house or name brand bulbs. These just aren't worth it.