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Flood - 50W - 24V - Halogen Light Bulb - MR16 - GU5.3 Base - 2000 HourPegasus Lighting BBB Business Review

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Flood - 50W - 24V - Halogen Light Bulb - MR16 - GU5.3 Base - 2000 HourPegasus Lighting BBB Business Review

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Product Overview
  • 2000 hour life
  • Safety front glass
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Description
A 50-watt, 24-volt MR16 halogen light bulb with front glass.
Specifications
Diameter (in)
2
Wattage
50
Max Overall Length (in)
1.14
Quantity Being Sold
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
3050K
Rated Life (hours)
2,000
Light Source
Halogen
Dimmable
Yes
Input Voltage
24V
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
GU5.3 Bipin
Beam Spread
Flood
Light Bulb Shape
MR16
Condition
New
Reviews
5 starsbased on2 reviews
Flood - 50W - 24V - Halogen Light Bulb - MR16 - GU5.3 Base - 2000 Hour
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Couldn't find this in stores and it worked out perfectly. I bought 4 of them so I would have plenty of spares.

Pros:
Works!

Cons:
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The product was perfect and the sale couldn't have been any easier!!!! GREAT PEOPLE AND EASY PURCHASE!!!

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Question from Stu Clancy:

The current bulb has a rose tint when lit. Will this bulb be the same?

Answer from Pegasus:

Stu, To match light exactly, it will be best to compare color temperature, which is a description of how warm/cool the light from a source appears. This bulb emits 3050K light, which is slightly cooler than traditional incandescent light bulbs but still considered warm white. Your description of rose tint leads me to believe your current light bulb might have a lower color temperature than this one but without seeing your light bulb, it's difficult to tell you that this will emit the exact same or different light. Your best bet is to find the color temperature information for your current bulb. If there's a manufacturer and light bulb code, you should be able to look up on the internet the color temperature. Sometimes color temperature is even printed on the light bulb. Hope this helps.

Question from Bob:

I am wiring my home with 24v. I am interested to know if fixtures are available for residential lighting. I will be using NEC class 2 24v power supplies.

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes, there are 24V residential light fixtures available.