Toshiba 5MR16/30DSP-T - 5.2 Watt - LED - MR16 - 30 Watt Equal

5600 Candlepower - 3000 Kelvin - 81% Color Rendering - 10 Deg. Spot


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LED-5MR1630DSPT

Toshiba 5MR16/30DSP-T - 5.2 Watt - LED - MR16 - 30 Watt Equal

5600 Candlepower - 3000 Kelvin - 81% Color Rendering - 10 Deg. Spot

Savings over life of lamp: $0

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Payback on Investment

The Toshiba 5MR16/30DSP-T is a high quality, low-wattage LED replacement for a 30-watt halogen bulb. Rated with a generous lifetime of 40,000 hours, this MR16 GU5.3 spotlight bulb uses only 5.2 watts to produce 275 lumens while emitting up to 70 percent less UV light than standard halogen bulbs. This lamp is also RoHS compliant, containing no harmful lead or mercury, as well as UL listed for both damp locations and enclosed fixtures. Offering strong, centralized light in a warm white color temperature of 3000K, this lamp is recommended for commercial use in accent or recessed lighting fixtures.

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Specifications

Stock Code:LED-5MR1630DSPT
Part No.:5MR16/30DSP-T
Wattage:5.2 Watt
Beam Angle:10 Degree
Base Type:GU5.3
Dimmable:Yes
Color Temperature:3000 Kelvin
Length:1.87 in.
Halogen Equivalent:30 Watt
Lumens (Initial):275
RoHS:Compliant
Case Quantity:60
Brand:Toshiba
UPC:4974550456883
Voltage:12
Bulb Shape:MR16
CB Candlepower:5,600
Color:Warm White
CRI:81
Diameter:1.97 in.
Life Hours:40,000
Lumens Per Watt:53
UL Listed:Dry and Damp Locations

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bicycle Headlight THESE ARE THE BEST THING SO FAR! I was using the various brands of Halogen MR16 10-degree spots for bicycle headlights. But now I use these MR16 LED Spots. You can either make it as bright as you want, or use a very small and light-weight battery. (Back when LEDs first hit the market, they were RED only, and very small and dim.) December 22, 2014
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