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Flood - 60W - 75W Replacement - Energy Efficient Halogen Light Bulb - PAR30 Long Neck - Bulbrite

Flood - 60W - 75W Replacement - Energy Efficient Halogen Light Bulb - PAR30 Long Neck - Bulbrite

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H60PAR30FL-L-ECO

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Product Overview
  • Replaces 75W halogen
  • Meets EISA standards
  • Long neck
  • 1070 Lumens
  • Warm white light
  • 1500-Hour life
Description
Replace existing 75-watt traditional halogen light bulbs with this energy-efficient 60-watt PAR30 light bulb. This bulb is perfect for a variety of residential and commercial applications, including display case lighting, track lighting, down lights, and much more. This halogen long neck light bulb is EISA compliant and is available in three beam spreads to meet any lighting design.
Specifications
Diameter (in)
3.75
Lumens
1070
Wattage
60
Max Overall Length (in)
4.75
Beam Angle (degrees)
30
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
100
Quantity Being Sold
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
3000K
Rated Life (hours)
1,500
Input Voltage
120V
Light Source
Energy Efficient Halogen
Dimmable
Yes
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
E26 Medium Screw
Beam Spread
Flood
Light Bulb Shape
PAR30 Long Neck
Condition
New
Voltage System
Line Voltage
Brand
Bulbrite
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Question from Les Heltzer:

What angle is best for PAR30LN halogens in a kitchen with a cathedral ceiling? Is a 30 degree angle the most commonly used? Thanks.

Answer from Pegasus:

It depends. Generally a narrow flood or a flood is ideal but the optics of the recessed light you use will influence the effect. I would start with a narrow flood (25-30 degrees) and then if the results are not ideal, switch to a flood (approximately 40 degrees).
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