Philips CorePro Led Bulb 7.5-60W E27 830 (White Light)

Philips CorePro Ledbulb 7.5-60W E27 830 (white light). Not dimmable. Provides warm white light (3000K) for a welcoming inviting atmosphere. This makes them ideal for general lighting in the home. E27 LED bulb for 60W incandescent bulb
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Energy class A+ LED lamp. The Philips CoreLEDBulb lamps are very energy-efficient light bulb replacements with "thick" E27 fitting. These LEDBulb (LED "Incandescent") lamps with E27 lamp base are used on 230V-240V mains voltage. The light output is approximately 63 Lumen/watt, which is fairly high. This is about 5x more than a halogen lamp.

Lifespan . Philips CoreProLEDbulb lamps have a lifespan of 15,000 hours with 20,000 switching times.

Application . The CorProLED A60 lamp delivers a dimmable glow effect for a welcoming, warm atmosphere. Its unique design radiates warm light in all directions, making it a real alternative to the incandescent lamp. They can be used well in wall fixtures, table lamps, toilets, corridors where the light is on a lot. The 9.5W for the 48W incandescent lamp and the 10W for the 60W incandescent lamp and 13W for a 75W incandescent lamp.

Available in the lamp colors 2700 Kelvin (warm white light) and Daylight (6500K) in the wattages 9.5W, 10W. The color rendering (Ra) is higher than 80.

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