LEDtronics announced its latest generation narrow-beam (15 degree) PAR30-style LED spotlight bulb. The general-purpose bulb is made up of five 3-Watt, high-power LEDs and replaces filament-based PAR30 bulbs, combining advanced Light Emitting Diode (LED) technologies, standard AC voltages, 26mm Edison screw-in base, and light-optimizing design, producing 367 lumens or an impressive 2,938cd Total End Foot Candles of vivid warm-white light. The 15-degree narrow-beam PAR30A LED bulb runs on a voltage range of 85V to 260V AC current, and thus can be used anywhere in the world. Other voltages like 12-Volt AC or DC are optionally available for qualifying customers. The LEDtronics PAR30A-style lamp is a direct screw-in replacement for up to 75W PAR30 incandescent or halogen bulbs, but has a maximum power draw of only 9.5 Watts.
With up to 80% energy savings, high shock/vibration resistance and long-lived, high-power white LEDs — white LEDs lasting up to 50,000 continuous hours — you can see the savings quickly add up. The PAR30A LED lamp is available in 3000-Kelvin Warm White color temperature and has a high color-rendering index of 80.
Since it uses LEDs instead of standard filaments, this bulb never gets hot and is safer and more economical than halogen bulbs, making it ideal for floodlights and other household and commercial down- or up-light cans and light fixtures. Some ideal applications for this rugged and energy-efficient PAR30 LED bulb include: Recess or track lighting, accent lighting, general area lighting, architectural and landscape lighting, display-case fixtures and cabinet lighting, signage spotlighting and backlighting, aerospace lighting systems, industrial OEM equipment lighting, biomedical applications, and truck-bay dock lighting, to name only a few.
The LEDtronics PAR-30A bulb complies with RoHS, the lead-free and mercury-free directive, as well as the CE safety assurance. It is ideal for use with alternative or renewable energy resources such as solar and wind power; it reduces light pollution and is compatible with the international "dark skies" initiative.