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12 Watt E27 LED Globe Bulb

12 Watt E27 LED Globe Bulb
12 Watt E27 LED Globe Bulb

$17.03

  • Model: LMBL-07
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    Importance NoticeIMPORTANT NOTES. PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

    1.Non-Weatherproof, Indoor use only unless contained within weatherproof housing or used in conjuction with weatherproofing products

    2.Ships within 24 Hours In Stock

     

    Product Description Standards and Certifications

    12 Watt Medium Screw base LED Globe bulb with 12 x 1 Watt 38mil Epileds LEDs.110-240VAC operating voltage range.?Light output comparable to 150 Watt incandescent bulbs.Consumes just 12 Watts. Brightest globe type bulb. Available in Cool White or Warm White with 360 beam pattern. Price for each.

    50000 hours90% envergy savingCE2 years warrantyROHS
    General Specifications
    Base
    E27
    Beam Angel
    360 degree
    Total Power Consumption
    12 Watt
    LED Amount
    12 Epiled LEDs
    Dimmable
    No
    Lumen
    1100 - 1200 lumen
    IP Rating
    Non-Weatherproof
    Lens Color
    Frosted
    Compareable Wattage
    150 Watts
    Standars And Certifications
    CE/ROHS Complicant
    Material
    Aluminum and PVC
    Color Temperature
    2800-3500K/5500-6200K
    Operating Voltage Range
    100~240 VAC
    Finish
    Aluminum
    Dimensions:dia 79* 155mm

    All specifications are subject to change without notice

    1.Total product power consumption,measured in watts,including drive circuitry and controllers that make up the entire lamp.2.White LED Note: Correlated Color Temperature measured in Kelvin, higher numbers indicate blue/purple tint (similar to HID lamps), standard incandescent bulbs are around 3000K

     

     

     

     

     

    You can save most energy by using LED based low energy bulbs, which can save up to 90% of the energy consumed by old fashioned incandescent bulbs for the same light output.

     

    LED based bulbs cost more than CFLs, but last longer and save more energy. So, when considering a more energy efficient lighting system, base your calculations on the long term benefits.And now the LED price has lower much than before.

     

    When choosing low energy replacement bulbs, only select those marked with an “approved” energy label to ensure luminous efficacy. The energy label guarantees that the lamp can operate a long service life and illumination output is able to meet international safety standards.

     

    Use timer control devices to limit unnecessary lighting.

     

    Ageing lamps or dirt on fixtures can reduce total illumination by up to 50%. Periodical cleaning can help aid illumination.

     

    Use the appropriate number of low energy lamps to replace the use of high wattage incandescent types. Do this by referring to conversion tables which compare light output in Lumens. You can use our energy saving calculator for this,just send email us to get it free.

     

    Consider the immediate environment in which your new lamps are to be used. You might even consider cleaning or repainting rooms with lighter colours to enhance light reflection.

     

     

    LED color wave length

    LED Bulb Colors

    LED Color temperature

    LED light color temperature

    Most LED light in use today are clear or white bulbs, commonly available in 'cool' or 'warm' white light. But LEDs are also available in colors and used as individual bulbs, or in clusters, for special applications.

     

    Red - Red is the traditional color for maintaining night vision. Some LED headlamps and flashlights have the option of switching to red light for use at night.

     

    Green - Green is now the preferred color for pilots and the military. The green color is also great for retaining night vision, and it doesn'’t erase, or render invisible, the red markings on maps and charts. 

     

    Blue - Many people like the blue because it is very easy on the eyes. Blue appears to be a good reading light for elderly eyes. Elderly folks report that they can read under the blue light for hours without eyestrain, compared to severe eyestrain in less than 30 minutes with incandescent lighting. 

     

    White - The most popular of the LED colors. It produces a soft white light, without harsh reflection, glare or shadows. see above picture to show different color temperature

     

    Amber - LED amber bulbs do not attract flying insects, as do ordinary white bulbs. Amber LEDs are used outdoors in areas such as patios and decks where insects flying around lights are a nuisance.

     

     


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