Dimmable LED - 9.4 Watt - A19 - 60 Watt Equal

810 Lumens - 94 CRI - 2700K Warm White - 90-135 Volt - LEDnovation LEDH-A19-60-1-27D-IO

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Dimmable LED - 9.4 Watt - A19 - 60 Watt Equal

810 Lumens - 94 CRI - 2700K Warm White - 90-135 Volt - LEDnovation LEDH-A19-60-1-27D-IO

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LEDnovation's EnhanceLite GEN2 LEDH-A19-60-1-27D-IO A19 Dimmable LED lamps are the world's most efficient LED lamps. They have been specifically designed for downlight applications, provide a strong, deep-red color rendering and saturation, providing a more natural appearance of light output. Fully dimmable, these lamps are free of mercury and lead, and safer for the environment than the standard spiral CFL. They come with a five year warranty.

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Brochures & Spec Sheets


Stock Code:LED-A1960127DIO
Family:EnhanceLite Gen2
Wattage:9.4 Watt
Beam Angle:360 Degree
Bulb Shape:A19
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Color Temperature:2700 Kelvin
Incandescent Equal:60 Watt
Lumens (Initial):810
Made in USA:Yes
Warranty:5 Years
Part No.:LEDH-A19-60-1-27D-IO
Bulb Color:Warm White
Bulb Type:LED
Life Hours:50,000
Lumens Per Watt:86
UL Listed:Dry Locations
Case Quantity:32

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by These bulbs work as they should I have 9 of these in various fixtures, open and enclosed, and they all work like you would expect them to. Dimming can be a little flaky, but not a show stopper. May 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best A19 LED available on the market for lights where the buib is visible I've tested numerous LED lamps, and this is a winner. The lighting quality cast from this light is indistinguishable from an incandescent. Yes, people have mentioned this before about other LED or CFL products, but nothing compares to this one. It dims very well on the Lutron LED/CFL dimmers, with no color shift. It turns on almost immediately, with a very slight delay (around 1/4 to a 1/2 a second). Mine does give off a slight hum when turned on, but it's not very noticeable unless your ears are within a few inches of the bulb. The bulb's heat sink does get pretty warm once it's on for an hour or so. Hopefully this simply means the heat sink is working, and it doesn't indicate that there isn't enough heat dissipation. The Philips L-Prize bulb does put out more light (940 lumens vs 810 lumens with this bulb), but it's not usable in fixtures where the bulb is visible in my opinion. It's also not usable when the fixture doesn't provide enough room for the lighting to disperse, where you can see the individual cells of the bulb. This bulb provides even better lighting quality than the L-Prize bulb (CRI wise), better aesthetics, but a slight trade off in efficacy (86 L/W vs. 97L/W). It still has a much higher efficacy than any other A19 out there besides the L-Prize. May 25, 2012
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