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BR Light Bulbs

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Discover the latest in LED BR light bulbs, a versatile and energy-efficient solution for all your lighting needs. Our collection combines cutting-edge LED technology with the classic BR bulb design, offering a range of options to enhance the ambiance and functionality of your spaces. Whether you're looking to upgrade your home lighting or outfit a commercial setting, our LED BR light bulbs are designed to meet the demands of modern illumination.

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Why Choose LED BR Light Bulbs?

BR Light Bulbs are known for being energy efficient, versatile, instant on, and flicker-free lighting.

What does BR30 mean? What is the difference between BR30 and PAR30 light bulbs?

The term "BR30" refers to a specific type of light bulb. BR stands for bulged reflector and 30 represents the diameter of the bulb in 8th of an inch increments.

BR Light Bulbs are bulged reflectors, similar to the PAR light bulbs, but featuring a rounded bulb cover as opposed to a flat cover. PAR stands for parabolic aluminized reflector and PAR light bulbs are also a good option for directional lighting applications.

BR light bulbs are a popular choice for various residential purposes including lighting family rooms, outside use for flood lighting, outdoor security lighting, or highlighting exterior landscaping features. They also product great directional light for retail displays in stores and highlighting specific artwork in art galleries. Many of them are compatible with existing dimmer switches, allowing you to continue to adjust and control the level of brightness, and conserve even more energy.

What's the difference between the different types of BR Light Bulbs - BR30 and BR40?

The biggest differences between the two types of BR bulbs are the diameter of the lamp and the amount of light they emit. BR30 bulbs are ideal for focused illumination, while BR40 bulbs offer broader coverage, making them suitable for larger spaces. The beam angle also differs between BR30 and BR40 light bulbs.

New to LED lighting terminology? Check out our Glossary of Terms