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About G9 LED bulbs

G9 LED bulbs are your allies in energy saving, as they can replace your conventional halogen bulbs by matching their power with up to 10 times less consumption. As an example, bear in mind that a G9 LED bulb of about 4 W (watts) can replace a 40 W halogen bulb.

Another of their advantages is that they do not require a transformer as they work with 220 and 240 V (volts) current.

These bulbs also have a high colour rendering index, which ensures distortion-free illumination, and they do not heat up, making them ideal for illuminating the interior of furniture such as cupboards and shelves.

You can select the colour temperature you need between warm, neutral or cool white, or install dimmable models that integrate a triode for alternating current or TRIAC.

In our catalogue you will find G9 bulbs in different materials such as glass, polycarbonate or epoxy resin. Likewise, you can choose from 2.5 to 5 W wattages with an aperture of 360º for intensities of 200 to 500 lm (lumens).

In addition to all these advantages, there are two more: these bulbs have a life of up to 40,000 hours and are CE and RoHS certified, as well as UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed).

Which lamps use a G9 type base?

The G9 type socket powers very efficient and safe lamps, as they do not give off heat. This makes them ideal for small spaces such as shelves, display cabinets, furniture, etc.

However, on the basis of their low energy consumption and small size, luminaire designers are incorporating them in pendant lamps and ceiling lights, achieving surprising effects and high quality lighting.

What are the advantages of RoHS certification for G9 LED bulbs?

The RoHS certification of our G9 bulbs, which stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances, is a European standard that ensures that RoHS certified products are manufactured in a way that restricts the use of materials hazardous to health and the environment, such as lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated and polybrominated diphenyl ethers.