This Euri Lighting LED BR40 lamp delivers superior brightness, valuable energy savings, long-lasting performance, and true color perception. Replace your 80W incandescent bulbs with this energy efficient option that can be used for various applications. Applications include use as accent lighting. This LED BR40 lamp has numerous features including instant on, shatter resistance, mercury-free, and damp rated. This lamp has a long lifespan of 25,000 hours and an estimated yearly cost of $1.32. It has the following certifications as well: UL, Energy Star, CEC, and JA8. Additional specs noted below:
- Wattage: 11W
- Incandescent Equivalent: 80W
- Lumens: 1000 Lumens
- Lumens/Watt: 91
- Color Temperature: 4000K (Bright White)
- CRI: 90+ (True Color)
- Beam Angle: 110°
- Base: E26 Base
- Dimmable: Yes
- Input Voltage: 120V
Product Dimensions: 4.7" Dia. x 6.2" H
Product Dimensions: 4.7" Dia. x 6.2" H
Should I use BR30 or BR40? What does BR40 mean for an LED light bulb versus a BR30?
The terms BR30 and BR40 refer to specific types of light bulbs, specifically bulged reflector bulbs, with different sizes and applications. When choosing between BR30 and BR40 bulbs, consider the size of the fixture and the lighting requirements for the space. BR40 bulbs are larger and typically provide more light output, making them suitable for larger spaces or areas where more brightness is needed. BR30 bulbs are more commonly used in smaller fixtures or areas where a softer, more focused light is sufficient.
- BR30light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 3.75 inches. They are typically used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "30" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.
- BR40 light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 5 inches making them larger than BR30 bulbs They are also used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "40" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.
How bright is 4000K? Will it look blue?
4000K signifies a bright white light that is often perceived as a crisp and slightly blue-white. The color will be similar to the natural light you might find on a clear day. 4000K LED bulbs are commonly used in areas where a balance between warm and cool lighting is wanted. Applications include offices, kitchens, and bathrooms.
What is the difference between 2700K and 4000K?
The difference between 2700K and 4000K is in their color temperatures. Color temperatures are measured in Kelvins (K). These values indicate the color appearance of the light emitted by a bulb or fixture. 2700K Warm White is considered warm white light. The appearance will be similar to traditional incandescent bulbs producing a warm and slightly yellow or orange glow. 2700K color temperatures are commonly used in residential spaces, living rooms, bedrooms, and areas where a cozy and inviting atmosphere is desired. 4000K Cool (or also referred to as Bright) White is in the cool white light range. The color will be similar to the natural light you might find on a clear day. 4000K color temperatures are commonly used for task lighting in spaces such as kitchens, bathrooms, offices, and other areas where lighting for alertness is required.
In summary, the primary difference is the color appearance. 2700K gives off a warmer, more yellowish light, while 4000K produces a cooler, more neutral white light. The choice between them often depends on the mood and function of the space where the lighting is installed, as well as personal preferences. Warmer temperatures are often associated with comfort and relaxation, while cooler temperatures are linked to productivity and alertness.
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- Brand: Euri Lighting