The new A66 LEDON LED lamp E27 offers perfect lighting quality with a color rendering index of Ra = 90 and 270 ░ beam angle with a long lifetime.
Energy savings over 85% compared to conventional bulbs.
This LEDON LED lamp E27 is also as a dimmable version and with a double-click version available (100% and 30% brightness)!
Energy savings over 87% compared to conventional bulbs
LEDON is glad with this lamp serie LED A66 E27, to offer an absolutely highly competitive LED lamp, which finally substituted also 100W of light bulb. Besides in a pleasant warm light with CRI=90 and excellent level of efficiency (= light output).
What is a "double-click" function:
It is possible to dim without a dimmer-controler. Briefly switch on an again switch off and over switch on and the brightness is already reduced.
A quit simply function with every customary light switch.
|Technical data of LEDON (29001026, 29001027, 2900102):|
|LED||LEDON High Power LEDs|
|Luminous colour/ colour temperature||Warm white / 2700K|
|Angle of radiation||270░|
|Luminous flux||1050 Lumen|
|Nominal Voltage||230V - 240V|
|Dimensions/material/weight||please refer to Data sheet|
|Light efficiency||84 lm/W|
|Energy efficiency class||A+|
|Energy consumption||12.5 kWh/1000h|
|Nominal lifetime||25000 h|
|Mercury content||0.0 mg|
|Number of switching cycles before premature lamp failure||100000|
|Start-up time to 100%||<0.5 s|
|Excellent colour rendering (colour rendering index)||Ra = 90|
|Best light quality by using innovative LED-technology|
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TCI LED driver 20W, small design, dimmable via 1..10V or "Push-Button"; 350mA to 900mA ; 10V, 12V, 24V.
Keep it simply and change the color temperature by conventional light switch
E27 LED lamp with two colour temperature: 2700K or 4000K. Selectable via light switch.
An upscale replace for 40W incandescent lamps
Bring convenience in your home, with a color rendering of Ra 90 is the LED Lamp 10W E27 the best in its class, make it yourself comfortable.
Ra=90 with 600 lumen - a replace for 60W light bulbs