25 Watt LED BR40 Reflector Flood - Kobi Electric
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Kobi Cool 120 R40 - LED - 25 Watt - BR40

120W Equal - 1600 Lumens - 5000K Stark White

 

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This Kobi 25-watt 5000K, stark white LED light bulb is an ideal replacement for a 120-watt incandescent lamp. With initial lumens of 1600 and a 25,000 hour lifespan, this bulb is a great choice for your residential track lighting over a fireplace or in a kitchen, or in recessed can lights.

Specifications

Stock Code:  LED-26R4050
Part No.:  LED‐R40‐26W1600-­50ND
Wattage:  25 Watt
Beam Angle:  120 Degree
Bulb Type:  LED
Dimmable:  No
Color Temperature:  5000 Kelvin
Length:  5.5 in.
Incandescent Equal:  120 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  1600
RoHS:  Compliant
Warranty:  5 Years
 
 
Brand:  Kobi
UPC:  793573175090
Voltage:  120
Bulb Shape:  BR40
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Color:  Stark White
CRI:  80
Diameter:  5 in.
Life Hours:  25,000
Lumens Per Watt:  62
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  18
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Finally, an initially bright light that is dimmable! I have tried a lot of fluorescent bulbs for canned ceiling applications in my home. These fluorescent bulbs all have low initial lumen output, don't work well with dimmers (including those claiming they can be dimmed), and have a low hum. These bulbs do not have those problems. They are very bright, are truly dimmable, and have no hum. They dim well with Insteon switches. I finally found what I was looking for in a recessed ceiling bulb! I would have given them an excellent "Value" if they last as long as expected - time will tell. September 5, 2013
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