LEDtronics® announces Flame Tip Surface Mount LED Chandelier Bulbs that offer rich, beautiful lighting in many versatile applications. The DEC02SM–B11E26 series SMD LED Chandelier bulb comes in a flame–tip shape, UV–protected, plastic lens covering that allows the LEDs to shine three–dimensionally in multiple directions, while still being protected from the environment. This hardy bulb is perfect in any situation that allows for standard 26mm screw–in base, 120–volt AC attachments, such as decorative chandelier lighting, wall sconces and picture lights.
These halogen–white–light LED Flame Tip Chandelier bulbs directly replace E26 Edison–base incandescent bulbs, allowing a long lifespan of up to 50,000 hours. Furthermore, being made with SMD LEDs, they are
resistant to shock and vibrations, and unaffected by frequent on–and–off switching. The DEC02SM–B11E26 series SMD LED Chandelier bulb consumes only 3 watts of power while still creating 174 to 202 lumens of light! These bulbs require no retrofitting kits and will install like a normal bulb, allowing you to replace old and outdated power–hungry incandescent bulbs painlessly and quickly.
The Flame Tip E26 Edison screw–base LED Chandelier Bulb comes in halogen white (2,500 to 2,700 Kelvin) LED light colors. Other LED light colors are also available through custom ordering. The bulb series provides a 360° radial beam of light and 135° viewing angle, and a choice of lens styles: Water–Clear Flame, Frosted Flame or Milky–White Flame lens.
Solid–state design renders LEDs impervious to shock, vibration, frequent switching, and environmental extremes. They boast an average life span of 100,000–plus hours (11 years), up to 50,000 hours for white LED light color. LED lamps operate 20 to 30 times longer than the equivalent incandescent lamp! Savings from reduced maintenance costs and downtime quickly return their capital investment expenditure! LED lamps produce almost no heat and require 80%–90% less operating power than equivalent incandescent lamps, making them as friendly to the environment as they are to the operating budget. Unlike incandescent bulbs, LED lamps contain no lead, mercury or other toxic metals.