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LED PAR Bulbs

Are you looking for brighter, more efficient replacement for incandescent or halogen PAR lamps? We offer a wide selection of LED PAR bulbs at 1000Bulbs.com!

600 Lumens - 10 Watt - 2700 Kelvin - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 60 Watt Equal - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - 120 Volt - TCP LED10P30S27KNFL


TCP-10P30S27KNFL

600 Lumens - 10 Watt - 2700 Kelvin - LED PAR30 Short Neck
60 Watt Equal - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - 120 Volt - TCP LED10P30S27KNFL
  • Dimmable: No
  • Energy Star: Certified
  • UL Listed: Damp Locations
  • CRI: 82

  • Color Temperature: 2700 Kelvin
  • Life Hours: 25,000
  • Lumens: 600
  • Beam Angle: 25 Degree
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$2.17 ea.

TCP-10P30S27KNFL

850 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 40 Deg. Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - MaxLite 14099226


MAXLITE-14099226

$6.70 ea.

MAXLITE-14099226

850 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 10 Watt - 75 Watt Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - TCPLED12P30SD27KNFL


TCP-12P30SD27KNFL

1050 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 14 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - TCP LED14P30D27KNFL


TCP-14P30D27KNFL

800 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 10 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 40 Deg. Flood - 120 Volt - TCPLED12P30SD27KFL


TCP-12P30SD27KFL

$16.23 ea.

TCP-12P30SD27KFL

1050 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 13.5 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 40 Deg. Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - TCP LED14P30D27KFL


TCP-14P30D27KFL

$17.06 ea.

TCP-14P30D27KFL

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 15 Deg. Spot - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34898


GREENCREATIVE-34898

$23.63 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34898

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 40 Deg. Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34908


GREENCREATIVE-34908

$24.18 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34908

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34907


GREENCREATIVE-34907

$24.18 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34907

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 15 Deg. Spot - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34906


GREENCREATIVE-34906

$24.18 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34906

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 40 Deg. Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34900


GREENCREATIVE-34900

$24.26 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34900

950 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 11 Watt - 75W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Green Creative 34899


GREENCREATIVE-34899

$24.26 ea.

GREENCREATIVE-34899

930 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 18.5 Watt - 90W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 60 Deg. Wide Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Soraa 00769


LED-00769

930 Lumens - LED PAR30 Short Neck - 18.5 Watt - 100W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 60 Deg. Wide Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Soraa 00827


LED-00827

$50.81 ea.

LED-00827

930 Lumens - LED PAR30 Long Neck - 18.5 Watt - 100W Equal - 2700 Kelvin - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - Dimmable - 120 Volt - Soraa 00765


LED-00765

$50.81 ea.

LED-00765

Using less energy and lasting far longer than similar incandescent or halogen bulbs, LED PAR lamps reduce maintenance and replacement costs. Commonly used in track, recessed, and flood lighting, these bulbs are available in a variety of sizes ranging from PAR16s to PAR38s. Some bulbs can be dimmed when paired with compatible dimmers. For additional savings in the form of state or local rebates, look for bulbs with additional certifications such as Energy Star or JA8.

Beam Angles and Color Temperature

Unlike LED BR lamps which only produce a wide flood light, LED PAR bulbs can produce a variety of beam angles:

  • Narrow Spot - beam angle of less than 10 degrees
  • Spot - 15 degree beam angle
  • Narrow Flood - 25 degree beam angle
  • Flood - 36 to 45 degree beam angle
  • Wide flood - beam angle greater than 50 degrees

Color temperature (measured in Kelvin) represents the color of the light produced and can affect the look and feel of a room. Producing a yellowish light that closely matches the light from incandescents, 2700 Kelvin bulbs create a warm and cozy atmosphere. 3000 to 3500 Kelvin bulbs produce a whiter light similar to halogens that helps create a welcoming feel. Bulbs in the 4000 Kelvin range produce a cooler, more blue light that helps reduce eye strain. Similar to daylight, 5000 Kelvin bulbs are best suited for display or task lighting. For a better idea of how a certain color temperature look, take a look at our interactive lighting guide.

Warm Dimming

Bulbs with warm dimming offer a unique twist on traditional dimming. Instead of decreasing the brightness, the color temperature gradually lowers into a warmer temperature. For example, a bulb will start at a halogen 3000 Kelvin and decrease into a very warm 2400 Kelvin. This produces a relaxing and comforting feel similar to sunrise and sunset.

High CRI Bulbs

Many LED PAR bubs have a high color rendering index (CRI), which is the measurements of how accurately a bulb renders color as compared to the midday sun. In order to be considered a high CRI bulb, the color rendering index must be 90 or higher. High CRI bulbs make colors appear brighter and more accurate, while lower CRI can make look inaccurate or washed out.

Where to Use LED PAR Bulbs

LED PAR bulbs can be used in a wide range of applications, making them extremely versatile. Common applications include accent lighting in homes, office lobbies, hallways, and retail stores. These bulbs can also be used with landscape lighting to accentuate stonework, statues, and other features. High CRI LED PAR bulbs are commonly used in museums and art galleries to highlight paintings and sculptures. Retail stores also use these bulbs to showcase high-end merchandise. Colored LED PAR bulbs can be used to make decor and landscaping features stand out.

Be sure to check the enclosure and location ratings before selecting your LED PAR bulb. Damp location rated bulbs can be used in humid areas such as bathrooms but cannot come into direct contact with water. If used outdoors, it must be used in a location where the bulb will be protected. For LED PAR lamps that can come into direct contact, look for bulbs that are wet location rated. For fixtures that are enclosed, you will need to use enclosed rated bulbs. Using a non-enclosed rated bulb in an enclosed fixture can shorten the life of the bulb and potentially damage the fixture.

For help finding the right LED PAR bulbs for your home or business, call 1-800-624-4488 to speak with one of our lighting experts.