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PAR30 Light Bulbs

A traditional PAR30 is a lamp with a parabolic aluminized reflector on the inside directing the light out and it is 30/8 inches in diameter. Come on, you have always wanted to know that little piece of trivia, right. Our selection of PAR30 light bulbs includes halogen, compact fluorescent, ceramic metal halide, and newer LED lamps. Now, the LED version doesn't actually have the reflective coating on the inside of the lamp. Instead, they use optics or an aperture opening to generate the desired beam spread. However, to make retrofitting less efficient light fixtures easier, the PAR name is used. Finally, we offer both short neck and long neck lamps.
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Light Bulbs /

PAR30 Light Bulbs

A traditional PAR30 is a lamp with a parabolic aluminized reflector on the inside directing the light out and it is 30/8 inches in diameter. Come on, you have always wanted to know that little piece of trivia, right. Our selection of PAR30 light bulbs includes halogen, compact fluorescent, ceramic metal halide, and newer LED lamps. Now, the LED version doesn't actually have the reflective coating on the inside of the lamp. Instead, they use optics or an aperture opening to generate the desired beam spread. However, to make retrofitting less efficient light fixtures easier, the PAR name is used. Finally, we offer both short neck and long neck lamps.
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