High Powered LED Flood Lamp (PAR38) FAQs
All Customer Questions
Extreme LED Flood Lamp
|Q:||What's the lowest temperature these will work in? (In the winter it can get below -20C/-5F where I live.)|
|A:||We have not yet tested the min and max operating temperatures.|
|Q:||What is the beam angle? - by Bill (Naval Hospital Beauf)|
|A:||Sorry, not sure. It is the same as a standard flood light.|
|Q:||how many lug is these neutral white light output? it have the same fitting with my search light on my boat. i am thinking of replacing the bulb with your product. - by koh (Singapore, Singapore)|
|A:||These lights come in warm white or cool white. The lumens for the warm white are 78.3 and the cool white is 70.4. I hope that answered your question.|
|Q:||High Powered LED Flood Lamp (PAR38)
Do these lamps come in a long neck variety? - by Michael (Seattle WA)
|A:||Sorry, all we have it what's on our website.|
|Q:||What is 3000K?|
The CIE 1931 x,y chromaticity space, also showing the chromaticities of black-body light sources of various temperatures (Planckian locus), and lines of constant correlated color temperature.
Color temperature is a characteristic of visible light that has important applications in lighting, photography, videography, publishing, manufacturing, astrophysics, and other fields. The color temperature of a light source is the temperature of an ideal black-body radiator that radiates light of comparable hue to that of the light source. Color temperature is conventionally stated in the unit of absolute temperature, the kelvin, having the unit symbol K. Color temperatures over 5,000K are called cool colors (blueish white), while lower color temperatures (2,700%u20133,000 K) are called warm colors (yellowish white through red).
|Q:||I use a single 1000 watt bulb on my fishing pier focussed about 20 ft out from the pier. Is there a single LED bulb that will put out the same light and save me dollars by lowering electrical useage? Thanks Michael in Texas - by Michael (Sargent, Texas)|
|A:||Not that I know of.|
|Q:||Has anyone tried them with 2-wire remote controls (BSR/X-10)? I've been unable to use CFLs with these controls because noise from the electronic ballasts wipes out the control signals -- they'll turn on, but not off! Do LED lamps such as this use any similar electronic switching power regulation or with so many individual LEDs are they able to stick with passive circuitry? - by Dave (Kingston, RI)|
|A:||I'm not sure if anyone has tried them with 2 wire remote controls. These should turn off when the power is no longer going to the unit.|
|Q:||WILL THEY WORK ON A 240V SYSTEM - by Matt (Australia)|
|A:||I haven't tested them on a 240V system. I know they work at 110V, but not sure about 240V.|
|Q:||What is the equivalent lumens?|
|A:||it is rated at 250 lumens of output. The best way to see if that will fit your application is to look at the lumen output of the bulb you are replacing. Since leds are more directional they can provide more effective lumens in many applications as a standard bulb loses some of its lumen output as heat and light wasted.|
|Q:||will these lights work on electrical fixtures in excess of 15 years old or do i have to replace housings as well|
|A:||It should work fine.|
|Q:||Is there a warranty? - by John (New Orleans)|
|A:||Yes, One year|
|Q:||Can these be used as Recess lights in standard 120V recess light home holders ? - by Nagendra (Manchester, CT)|
I use them in my home.
|Q:||Does these LED Par lights come in 3000K - if not what Colour Temp?|
|A:||3000k is Warm White.
5000k is Neutral White.
We carry both color temps.
|Q:||do these led par lights work on dual bright fixtutre with built in photo sensor|
|A:||They should work fine!|
|Q:||Are these bulbs UV shielded? - by Bob (West Harrison, NY)|
|A:||Yes, they don't output any UV or IR radiation.|
|Q:||Do these LED PAR lights work on dimmer switches? - by Brandon|