Until now, the easiest way to convert lighting fixtures to an energy efficient solution has been to swap out old incandescent lamps for compact fluorescents (CFLs). With the rapid innovation of technology, LED lamps have surpassed CFLs in efficiency and performance features. Unlike most CFLs, LEDs provide light that looks, feels and dims like incandescent while still reducing energy costs by up to 85%. Couple that with a lamp life span of up to 15,000 hours and it’s easy to see why LEDs are invading homes. Sea Gull Lighting’s line of LED lamps match to 85% of our lighting fixtures, including recessed and enclosed luminaires, giving customers an easy and highly efficient way to “go green” with LED.
8W 120V LED A19 Med. base lamp, 4000K, omni-directional
Designed to work reliably in Sea Gull decorative and functional lighting including recessed and enclosed luminaires
Produces 475 lumens, power consumption 8 watts - equivalent to a 40W Incandescent
Replicates the look, feel and performance of incandescent, reduces energy and operating costs by 80%
Long 50,000 hour life for maintenance free operation
Visually pleasing, color correct illumination CRI 85, 4000K
Thermally efficient for cooler operation, extended lamp life and for use in recessed and enclosed luminaires
Dimmable down to 5% with wide range of standard dimmers
Instant on, no warm up time
No UV or IR, will not het or fade illuminated objects
Contains no mercury or lead, fully recycleable RoHS compliant
Energy Star compliant, 5 year warranty
While the LED lamp draws as little as 8W continuously, it could have an-in rush current spike and should therefore be treated as a 80W load when sizing dimmers. The recommended maximum number of lamps per an approved 600W dimmer is 7 units. Please refer to list of compatible dimmers located under Additional Information section.
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