16 Watt - R40 CFL - 75 W Equal - 4100K Cool White - Min. Start Temp. -20 Deg. F - 82 CRI - 47 Lumens per Watt - 15 Month Warranty - TCP 1R4016-41K
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TCP 1R4016-41K - 16 Watt - R40 CFL

75 W Equal - 4100K Cool White - Min. Start Temp. - 20 Deg. - 82 CRI - 47 Lumens per Watt - 15 Month Warranty


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TCP R40 CFLs feature Amalgam Technology which provides cooler operating temperatures for consistent performance in any position.

Brochures & Spec Sheets


Stock Code:  FC16-R4041
Part No.:  1R4016-41K
Wattage:  16 Watt
Bulb Color:  Cool White
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Color Temperature:  4100 Kelvin
Length:  5.9 in.
Incandescent Equal:  75 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  750
Start Temp. (Max):  160 Deg. F
Warranty:  15 Months
Brand:  TCP
UPC:  762148140245
Voltage:  120
Bulb Shape:  R40
Dimmable:  No
CRI:  82
Diameter:  4.7 in.
Life Hours:  8,000
Start Temp. (Min):  -20 Deg. F
UL Listed:  Wet Locations
Case Quantity:  12

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent color quality for CFL, but terribly slow to warm up. I've now had 8 of these 4100K bulbs in overhead canister lighting in our kitchen for about a year. At full brightness they produce a very "white" light with just a hint of yellow, and lacking the bluish tint present in 5100K bulbs. One thing I definitely hate is that, even from first use, they take an incredibly long time to warm up to full brightness. When first powered on, they illuminate to perhaps 20%, and slowly ramp up to 100% brightness over almost 5 minutes. We typically have an on/off cycle of perhaps 4 hours use per day. One has already burned out after about 1 year of use, which is about what we were getting from prior halogens, making these bulbs very expensive when adding purchase cost in to the total dollar value. In all, these lights are "okay". I'd probably be rating them higher if they lasted longer than 2000 hours. March 8, 2013
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