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3000K - 16W - 60W Replacement - Dimmable CFL - A21 - Medium Base - TCPPegasus Lighting BBB Business Review

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Product Overview
  • Replaces 60W incandescent
  • 850 Lumens
  • Good lumen maintenance
  • Dimmable to 2%
  • Indoors or outdoors
  • 2-Year warranty
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Description
These high-tech 16-watt dimmable a-line compact fluorescent lamps are dimmable just like incandescent lamps. They are long-lasting, energy-efficient, and perfect for your dimmable lighting applications.
Specifications
Diameter (in)
3
Lumens
850
Length (in)
6
Wattage
16
Max Overall Length (in)
6
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
82
Quantity Being Sold
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
3000K
Rated Life (hours)
12,000
Light Source
Fluorescent
UL Listed
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Input Voltage
120V
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
E26 Medium Screw
Light Bulb Shape
A21
Warranty
2 Years
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Replaces Incandescent
60W
Condition
New
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Question from Jude:

Can this bulb be dimmed in a CFL fan fixture with a traditional bulb dimmer?

Answer from Pegasus:

Jude, Here's what TCP, the manufacturer recommends about dimming. 600W max non-illuminated slide and rotary incandescent dimmers work well. Also, CFL-LED dimmers work well. My personal suggestion is to test the light bulbs with your existing dimmer and if they do not work well, consider replacing the dimmer with a CFL-LED dimmer from Lutron.