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LED replacement light bulb that replace my fan light.
I am looking for a LED replacement light bulb that replaces my fan light. The fan right now uses a Philips Sconce Halogen 120 volt T4 light with a mini candelabra base. The light right now is dim-able. I would like the LED to be dim-able also. I'd like the brightest (like 150 watts equivalent) LED light availiable. Can you point me to the right direction. Thank you in advance.
By Albert Dec 19, 2013
What is the CRI (Color Rendering Index) on this bulb?
I’ve been looking for a powerful natural white bulb for å long time and finally I found a perfect one! The only thing missing in the description is the CRI (Color Rendering Index).
By Roar Jun 06, 2013
Is this item available in 110/120 volt or is an adapter required?
By Darrell May 20, 2013
This bulb is not available in 110/120V. You'll need an adapter. Please check on the following link which can work on 110/120V ：
Thank you for shopping with us:)
Can you get these Corn Bulbs in 85-265v AC and can they be used in a soffit fixture outdoors??
These would be very good in the four fixtures across the front of my garage.
By Grampa Bud May 20, 2013
Thank you for your inquiry. Here is a link for our E27 85-265V corn bulbs:
You can install it anywhere you want as long as the power supply is compatible. Hope you enjoy shopping here with us:)
LED bulbs without the e27 connections. How can they be used in existing light fixtures.
Lots of LED bulbs. Looks like most are made for foreign markets. US needs rihht kind of fittings to install bulbs and also needs bigger variety of non-spotlight bulbs with 8 to 12 wats. We also need dimmable and sensor friendly bulbs that are not spotlights. How else can the US homeowners join in to use energy efficient lights.
By Margaret Imle Apr 13, 2013
Before choosing the bulb, please check out the connection type and working voltage first. For this bulb, the base is standard E27 and it works with voltage of AC 220-240. Please check out this with your local electrician if it can be used in your home. Thank you for shopping with us:)
I need to know what temperature range this bulb will operate at?
What is the operating temperature range of these bulbs?
Is there an equivelent to the E 27 with 1100 Lumens that is dimmable
Also is there any discounts on orders of 50 bulbs.
By Riverson Jan 15, 2013
Is this lamp dimmable? So can it be used in a wake-up light?
do you sell the same or brighter bulb in 110 ac volts?