Sylvania 54173 - 50 Watt - MR16 - Tru-Aim IR - Flood - Glass Face - 5,000 Life Hours - 12 Volts
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SYLVANIA 54173 - 50 Watt - MR16

Tru-Aim IR - Flood - Glass Face - 5,000 Life Hours - 12 Volt

 
The glass face Sylvania 54173 50-watt Tru-Aim IR MR16 infrared halogen flood lamp operates at 12 volts and is rated at an average life of 5,000 hours. It has a 2-pin GU5.3 base and features a hard coated dichroic reflector, allowing it to create a consistent color and reflect light based on wavelength rather than polarization. With a 3000K color temperature and a beam angle of 35 degrees, this flood lamp's halogen capsule contains an infrared reflective coating, ensuring radiated heat is reflected back to the filament, allowing for less energy usage in applications such as pendant lighting, track lighting, recessed lighting, and more!

Specifications

Stock Code:  MR16CG-54173S
Family:  Tru-Aim IR
UPC:  046135541735
Voltage:  12
Bulb Color:  Clear
Bulb Type:  Halogen
Color Temperature:  3000 Kelvin
Diameter:  2 in.
Life Hours:  5,000
 
 
Brand:  SYLVANIA
Part No.:  54173
Wattage:  50 Watt
Beam Angle:  35 Degree
Bulb Shape:  MR16
Base Type:  GU5.3
Length:  1.75 in.
Face Type:  Glass (Covered)
Case Quantity:  20
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super bright, clean looking lights I purchased these lights to replace standard 50W MR16 lights for a cable track light in our kitchen. I wanted something with more light output, same energy consumption, longer life and a cleaner look. The previous bulbs we had (also Sylvania) cast a noticeable pink color behind the bulb. These bulbs, while not cheap, has definitely delivered! They are a LOT brighter than the standard 50W ones. The IR technology works and is for real. I can't comment on the lifetime yet but the color from it is very white, gives accurate color rendition and the bulbs don't seem any hotter than your standard ones. Highly recommended if your goal is to have brighter lights without increasing wattage. May 2, 2012
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