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LED Spotlights Directly Replace 50- to 75-W Incandescents

PAR30-type bulb uses five 3-W LEDs to produce 480 to 544 lumens while cutting energy use up to 79%.

Made with five high-output 3-W LEDs, PAR30-15W LED spotlight bulbs are direct replacements for 50 to 75-W PAR30-style incandescent lamps. The LED bulbs have a maximum power draw of 15.8 W, thereby reducing energy consumption by 68% to 79%.

The LED spotlights have standard 25-mm Edison screw-in bases and produce up to 480 lm in the 3,000K (warm-white) version or 544 lm in the 5000K (pure-white) model, They emit light at a 40° and run on 80 to 260 Vac, with other voltages such as 12 Vac or Vdc optionally available.

Potential applications for the LED bulbs include signage spotlighting and backlighting, aerospace lighting systems, industrial OEM equipment lighting, and truck-bay dock lighting, as well as track lighting, accent lighting, general area lighting, architectural and landscape lighting, display case lightening, and cabinet lighting.

The bulbs, whose LEDs can provide up to 50,000 continuous hours of light, have a 3-year limited warranty. (From $110 -- stock to 6 weeks ARO.)

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