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LED Omni Lamp

The LED 15-watt Omnidirectional A19 Lamp in 300K correlated color temperature is an Energy Star-qualified replacement for a 75-watt incandescent and yields 80 percent in energy savings.


By HZ Staff November 18, 2013
This article first appeared in the PB November 2013 issue of Pro Builder.

The LED 15-watt Omnidirectional A19 Lamp in 300K correlated color temperature is an Energy Star-qualified replacement for a 75-watt incandescent and yields 80 percent in energy savings. MaxLite also offers the LED Lamp in 2700K color temperature and in a GU24 base in 2700K, 3000K, and 4100K color temperatures. The LED Omni lamp replicates an incandescent bulb’s 300-degree beam angle, delivers consistent light from the socket base and above in all directions, and is dimmable down to 10 percent on a wide variety of control systems.

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