LEDtronics®, Inc., has announced a series of T5 tube-style LED lamps as direct replacement for 12V xenon and halogen T3/T4 subminiature glass bulbs from 4 to 15 watts, including Xenon 1205X (5W) and Halogen lamps 774 (8W), 891 (8W, 12.8V) and 773 (8W). The LEDtronics LEDG4BP-2W series of lamps work with high-frequency power supplies for 12VDC or 12VAC, and consume only 0.8 watts at 12VAC, and 1.4 watts at 12VDC voltage input — this adds up to 90% reduction in power consumption. These subminiature lamps come with a dual-pin G4 base and are available in 3000K warm white or 5500K pure white light colors. They are a perfect
fit in applications such as pendant lamps, under-cabinet lighting, landscape lighting, electric signs, scoreboards, step lights, puck downlights, RVs, boats, car bulbs, ceiling fans and anywhere T3 or T4 halogen bulbs are used. A removable 5.2mm lead spacer is included. The LEDtronics LEDG4BP-2W Series of lamps are environment-friendly—they contain neither mercury nor lead and are ROHS compliant.. They come with a two-year warranty.
The energy–efficient R16–40–SIW–120AM (3,000K warm white) and R16–40–TPW–120AM (5000K natural white) draw just 1.7 watts each and provide up to 140 lumens. Up to 90% savings in energy costs over incandescent and halogen bulbs, and an operating lifespan of up to 50,000–hour LED make these high–efficacy R16 lamps ideal for architects, retail store display creators, entertainment designers and other lighting professionals to integrate economical illumination into maintenance–intensive applications—display spot lights, showcase lights, area lights, signage and backlighting, in addition to reading and task lights. They also can be used as individual pixels in a large dot matrix screen and moving signs.
A clear, shatter–resistant lexan lens and a white polycarbonate sleeve protect the LED cluster from environmental stresses, making the lamps suitable
for both indoor and outdoor use. Solid–state design renders LEDs impervious to electrical and mechanical shock, vibration, frequent switching and environmental extremes. Additionally, with the use of multiple LEDs, an LED cluster lamp continues to provide light even if one or more emitters fail, unlike what befalls an incandescent bulb when its filament breaks.