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Bright and compact 100W equivalent LED bulb uses only 14W or 15W. A19 bulbs are the most commonly used light bulbs for general lighting. Available in both dimmable and non-dimmable.
Great Eagle Lighting Corporation will deliver the highest value to our customers, suppliers, and employees by incorporating leading edge technologies with the ability to deliver energy efficient products quickly and reliably. We strive to take the leadership position in the deployment of LED lighting products worldwide.
Our goal is to continuously drive down the cost of LED lighting solutions through engineering and practical know how. We are accelerating the adoption of this energy efficient and modern solid state lighting technology to commercial, medical, institutional, and residential applications.
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Common question is what differences are there between PAR and BR bulbs? The most common application of PAR bulbs used to be for recessed can lighting. As BR bulbs have become readily available, it has almost completely replaced PAR bulbs for interior recessed housings. Why? PAR bulbs have a narrower beam angle. This is great for spot lighting of a vase or picture on the wall but can be harsh and causes more shadows in general ambient lighting applications. BR bulbs have a very wide beam angle which lends itself for wall to wall lighting and less shadows. See diagrams below.
The A in A19 stands for Arbitrary (or standard) shape bulb. Lamp size (maximum lamp diameter) is expressed by a number representing eighths of an inch (1⁄8” = 3.2mm). For example: an "A19" size bulb is 19-eighths of an inch or 2 3⁄8” (54mm) in diameter at its maximum dimension. See examples below.
The BR in BR30 and BR40 stand for Bulbous Reflector. Using the same definition above, the BR30 is 3 3/4” maximum width and BR40 can be a maximum of 5” wide.
If using a dimmer, do not mix bulbs. Dimmable bulbs sharing a dimmer switch interact with each other and it’s important to have all bulbs of the same model# and brand. If on/off switch is being used, mixing bulbs is usually not a problem.
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UL does not certify bulb manufacturers but certifies individual products. All of Great Eagle’s LED bulbs are tested and certified by UL.
LED bulb retrofit time is now. Over the past 5 years, the prices of LED bulbs on average have dropped from $20 to under $5. The brightness, reliability, light quality, and dimmability have all gone up. As the industry has matured, the emphasis has gone from an expensive novelty to the most affordable way to save money on your power bills. Great Eagle Lighting has led the industry in focusing on bringing production costs and component costs to the bare minimum in order to make LED lighting a reality for everyone. The rapid decrease in pricing has slowed down and will be very minimal moving forward. This means now is the time to convert all the bulbs to LED.
Light bulb life. What exactly does this mean?
22.8 years vs .4 years is even better than it sounds, here’s why. For the older incandescent and halogen bulbs rated at .4 years, this means if you operate the bulb for 3 hours per day, it should last about .4 years. For LED bulbs, most are rated at 22.8 years. There is one big difference. The .4 years for incandescent bulbs is when the bulbs dies. The 22.8 years for an LED bulb is when the bulb is down to 70% of its initial brightness. So you will get many more hours of diminished light after the specification.
I just want to express my appreciation for the 100W A19 bulbs you have. You were the first to have a real 100W A19 bulb that was compact enough to fit my fixture. - Michelle C.
Directly from Amazon - I really like these bulbs! These are some of the first 100w-equivalent LED's I've seen without a large metal heat-diffusing base. Also, at 1600 lumens, these actually are 100-watt equivalents or better. The color is a soft white at 3000K without being overly yellow, like 2700K bulbs can be. The size is very close to a similar incandescent, and the base perfectly fits the E26 standard sockets.
- Diana L.
Directly from Amazon - These are fantastic lights! Light output is very bright and the color temperature is spot on! Thermal temperature is very very low and the bulbs dim extremely low, to the very bottom of a Lutron dimmer with the adjustment pegged at the bottom, with no flickering or other issues.
- Teh Boys
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