USA - LEDtronics has introduced G15-Style DécorLED lamps that consume less than 1 watt and directly replace 10W incandescent bulbs. The DEC-G15E12 series of globe-style clear-lens with standard candelabra-based LED light bulbs provide architects, entertainment designers and other lighting professionals with the means to integrate ornamental illumination into maintenance-intensive applications, says the company.
These solid-state G15 DécorLED lamps are available in extra pure white (5000K) or extra warm white (3000K). 18 discrete LEDs are optimally configured to disperse light in an omnidirectional 270°-wide beam, with each high-intensity LED incorporating optical-grade epoxy to produce vivid illumination between 25.4 to 27.4 lumens, depending on model number.
A moulded polycarbonate, UV-protected and shatter-resistant 1.9"-diameter globe protects the LED cluster from environmental stresses. They perform especially well in applications that are prone to voltage dips or surges. Integrated, current-limited resistors and polarity-protection diodes assure that no circuit modifications are required. Custom options are available for large orders.
G15 DécorLEDs are energy-efficient light sources, saving 80% - 90% of power costs compared to 10- or 15-watt incandescent bulbs. Because G15 DécorLEDs use very little energy and are virtually maintenance-free, the cost savings quickly multiply.