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LED light acts as alternative to standard incandescent bulbs

Fri, 09/06/2013 - 9:08am

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A new PAR38 style LED bulb released by Larson Electronics offers the ability to improve the performance of standard incandescent light fixtures simply by replacing the bulb. The LED17W-PAR38-WP 17 Watt LED Style Bulb produces more light output with higher color quality than a standard 150 watt incandescent flood light.

The Larson Electronics LED17W-PAR38-WP 17 Watt LED Style Bulb combines high power light output with extreme efficiency and longevity in a bulb design capable of acting as a direct replacement for standard incandescent light bulbs. This LED light is more efficient than incandescent bulbs, producing 1600 lumens of light output from 17 watts, making it ideal for reducing  power use without compromising  the effectiveness of current fixtures. In addition to excellent efficiency, this LED light is also waterproof and offers much greater durability and longer operating life due to its solid state construction. This light features an aluminum body and can withstand rough handling and use that would destroy typical incandescent bulbs, and the 50,000 hour life rating offers 30 to 50 times more life than a standard incandescent bulb. This lamp is also available in a variety of color temperatures including cool white, warm white and neutral white. This LED lamp can be had in 12/24 VDC and 120-277VAC configurations to allow use with standard AC voltages or low voltage DC power sources. The LED17W-PAR38-WP is an excellent drop in alternative to standard flood lights and work lamps and gives operators the ability to greatly improve the performance of their existing lighting fixtures while drastically cutting power consumption and improving reliability at the same time.


You can view Larson Electronics’ full line of industrial grade lighting by visiting their website at Magnalight.com.

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