|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.2 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||462150|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Included Components||LED Light Bulbs (8)|
|Warranty Description||3 Year|
Philips 60 Watt Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb
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|60W Equivalent Soft White||60W Equivalent Daylight||75W Equivalent Daylight||100W Equivalent Soft White|
|Wattage Equivalence||60W Equivalent (5W)||60W Equivalent (5W)||75W Equivalent (9.5W)||100W Equivalent (14.5W)|
|Color Temperature||Soft White||Daylight||Daylight||Soft White|
|Warm Glow Dimming|
|Pack Size||16 bulbs||16 bulbs||8 bulbs||3 bulbs, Frustration Free Packaging|
|60W Equivalent Dimmable Soft White E*||60W Equivalent Dimmable Soft White with Warm Glow||40W Equivalent Clear Dimmable Soft White with Warm Glow||60W Equivalent Clear Dimmable Soft White with Warm Glow|
|Wattage Equivalence||60W Equivalent (9.5W)||60W Equivalent (9.5W)||40W Equivalent (7W)||60W Equivalent (10W)|
|Color Temperature||Soft White||Soft White||Soft White||Soft White|
|Warm Glow Dimming||✓||✓||✓|
|Pack Size||6 bulbs||2 bulbs, Frustration Free Packaging||10 bulbs||10 bulbs|
Philips 60 Watt Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb
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The metal body (which acts as the heat sink) is much smaller compared to other Philips A19 LED bulbs (such as the Philips 430512 10.5-watt A19 LED Bulb. This has the advantage that it makes the light distribution more uniform. But smaller heat sink also means the bulb may have problem dissipating its heat generated. This appears to be exactly the case according to my observation.
I measured the power consumption using my EUM-A1 Power Usage Meter (which has a resolution of 0.1W):
- Initially the bulb draws 8.3 Watt, consistent with the '8.5W' rating.
- After 20 minutes or so, the consumption drops to 8.0W
- After 40 minutes, it stabilized at 7.5W
What I suspect is that there is a thermal safety circuit in the LED bulb. When the body temperature gets too high, the control folds back the LED current to prevent it from overheating. To verify this, I changed the orientation of the bulb to face-down position. After 15 minutes, the power drops further to 7.0W and stays there. I then changed the bulb back to face-up. Now the power slowly increases back to 7.5W after 15 minutes. This shows there is a thermal protection circuit at work, because the body heats up more easily in facing down position.
The bulb is clearly advertised as "Non-Dimmable". But being an engineer, I just have to try it on a TRIAC-controlled light fixture anyway. To my great surprise, it actually works quite well. It is able to dim smoothly down to about 50% brightness, with just a faint buzzing sound. This is even better performance than some other so-called 'dimmable' LED bulbs, such as the Cree 9.5-Watt Soft White LED Light Bulb (aka 'Black-Eyed Susan').
When placed in a non-dimmed light fixture, the bulb is completely silent.
I was unable to try this bulb in my garage door opener, because its base is slightly too fat to screw all the ways in. But by holding an AM radio close to the LED bulb, I can tell that the EMI is relatively low compared to some other LED bulbs. The CREE Black-Eyed Susan, for example, generates loud AM interference even at 5 ft away. Its EMI was so strong that it jammed my garage door remote control during my test.
The new LED bulb is obviously not as well-made as all other Philips LED bulb I have tested. However, it is currently priced at around 50% that of most low-cost competitors (including the Cree 11W 4FLOW LED bulb), so it is still a great value.
By the way, the 10,000 hours lifespan sounds short, but if you use this bulb 5-6 hours a day, it can still last for 5 years. By that time LED bulbs will be even cheaper and better, anyway.
[Update on July 26, 2015]
Added picture to show the drop in brightness after 40 minutes of operation.
]Update on Aug 1, 2015]
Added picture to show the dimming performance of this bulb (even though it is officially 'Non-Dimmable').
On the box you can read the awesome warranty, and how they arent to be used in wet locations or in emergency fixtures. Once you open these and go to install it, if you're lucky, the words "Not for use in completely enclosed fixtures." catches you eye on the base of these bulbs.
This is why your bulbs are buzzing. The drivers are overheating and the electronics are frying. This is also very misleading to people who actually try to read the specs on things, just to have the specs changed after purchase. Shame on Phillips for this.
The cheapest bulb safe for enclosed fixtures is made by Cree http://www.amazon.com/Cree-Equivalent-Dimmable-Filament-Design/dp/B00PP4SHZQ/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1430958440&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=cree+4+flow I use them personally and stand by them 100%.
This Philip 8w daylight bulb look a "little bit yellow" in comparison with the LE 15w, despite the fact that both of them are daylight. -maybe because watts? I don't know. They still are great light bulbs, and for 8w they provide very good illumination. I recommend them.
These bulbs are soft white and have an 800 lumen output, and at 8.5 Watts each, we were able to replace many incandescent bulbs that were 60 & 75-Watt.
We got into LED bulbs when the average price was around $4.50 per bulb, and at $1.30 its an even better value