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Product Overview
  • Replaces 75W incandescent
  • 750 Initial lumens
  • Energy Star® qualified
  • 8,000-Hour rated life
  • Flood
  • Indoor or outdoor
  • 1-Year Warranty
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Description
Use this Energy Star qualified 16-watt R30 CFL to replace your current 75-watt incandescent R30. Not only will you save on your utility bill but since this bulb has an 8,000-hour rated life you will also save time replacing your light bulbs in those hard to reach track lights and outdoor fixtures.
Specifications
Diameter (in)
4
Lumens
750
Length (in)
6
Wattage
16
Max Overall Length (in)
6
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
82
Quantity Being Sold
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
2700K
Rated Life (hours)
8,000
Light Source
Fluorescent
Energy Star
Yes
UL Listed
Yes
Input Voltage
120V
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
E26 Medium Screw
Beam Spread
Flood
Light Bulb Shape
R30
Warranty
1 Year
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Replaces Incandescent
65W
Condition
New
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Question from Ed Parz:

Is this bulb instant on type or does it need to warm up before max out put lumens?

Answer from Pegasus:

Like all CFLs, it is not instant on brightness. It requires some time to warm up before the max lumen output is achieved.