TCP TruDim 41315TD50K

Dimmable - 15 Watt - A-Shape CFL - 60 W Equal - 5000K Full Spectrum - 82 CRI - 45 Lumens per Watt - 24 Month Warranty

TCP TruDim 41315TD50K

Dimmable - 15 Watt - A-Shape CFL - 60 W Equal - 5000K Full Spectrum - 82 CRI - 45 Lumens per Watt - 24 Month Warranty


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TCP-41315TD50
Savings over life of lamp: $0

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TruDim compact fluorescent lamps dim more like incandescent lamps than any previous generation dimmable CFL, from 100% to 10% with minimal low-end flicker! Long-lasting and energy efficient, TruDim CFLs offer superior dimming when used with for use with non-illuminated, 600 watt incandescent slide or rotary dimmers. Two-hour burn-in at full brightness is suggested before dimming. TruDim dimmable CFLs are guaranteed by a 24-month warranty.

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Specifications

Stock Code:TCP-41315TD50
Family:TruDim
Wattage:15 Watt
Bulb Color:Full Spectrum
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Color Temperature:5000 Kelvin
Length:5.1 in.
Incandescent Equal:60 Watt
Lumens (Initial):675
Start Temp. (Max):140 Deg. F
UL Listed:Wet Locations
Case Quantity:12
Brand:TCP
Part No.:41315TD50K
Voltage:120
Bulb Shape:A19
Dimmable:Yes
CRI:82
Diameter:2.3 in.
Life Hours:12,000
Start Temp. (Min):0 Deg. F
RoHS:Compliant
Warranty:24 Months

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bright Light & Dimming Works Have 4 of these installed in a new fixture over the island in the kitchen. Wife wanted dimmable; I wanted energy efficiency. This was our compromise. Went with the 5000K color b/c I knew I didn't want the yellow 2700K look. Definitely stands out against all other lights in the house, even incandescent. At first almost regretted it, but now after a couple weeks, I really appreciate the stark brightness. If I had to do it over again, I would go with the full 6500K daylight instead. Cost is too high to convert the whole house right now; should break even in ~ 1350 hours, and will be ahead for whatever remaining portion of the 12000-hr rating is realized. Dimming is OK, although the bottom 1/3 of the dimmer range is OFF. Some buzzing when bulbs are first powered, but always goes away. May 13, 2012
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