Philips EnduraLED 41858-2 - LED - 7 Watt - PAR20

50W Equal - 1300 Candlepower - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - 3000K Halogen White


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LED-418582

Philips EnduraLED 41858-2 - LED - 7 Watt - PAR20

50W Equal - 1300 Candlepower - 25 Deg. Narrow Flood - 3000K Halogen White

Savings over life of lamp: $0

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Payback on Investment

This Philips EnduraLED 41858-2 PAR20 dimmable LED lamp brings out the best in light, but at truly remarkable savings. Using only 7 watts, it is the perfect replacement for a 50 watt halogen bulb and is rated at an average of 45,000 life hours. This EnduraLED retrofit lamp delivers performance you can count on, and is the simple, efficient, and sustainable way to upgrade to LED lighting.

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Specifications

Stock Code:LED-418582
Family:EnduraLED
Order Code:7PAR20/END/F25 3000-1250 DIM
Voltage:120
Bulb Shape:PAR20
CB Candlepower:1,300
Color:Halogen White
CRI:80
Halogen Equivalent:50 Watt
Lumens (Initial):280
RoHS:Compliant
Warranty:3 Years
Brand:Philips
Part No.:41858-2
Wattage:7 Watt
Beam Angle:25 Degree
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Dimmable:Yes
Color Temperature:3000 Kelvin
Length:3.5 in.
Life Hours:45,000
Lumens Per Watt:40
UL Listed:Dry Locations
Case Quantity:6

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It lived up to my expectations! I have been testing various LED bulbs for the last 2 years. I have found a lot of very good bulbs. The LEDs are designed for specific uses so I can only use a few. This particular bulb works for me in training rooms and conference rooms where there are lots of bulbs, lots of heat, lots of hours of usage. This was the only bulb I have found so far that dims gradually like the halogen bulbs it is replacing. I love it. July 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really glad I went for the 3000ºK. Totally natural light... Really glad I went for the 3000ºK. Totally natural light, really makes the colors in my photographs jump June 15, 2012
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