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A60 E27 7W LED Bulb

A60 E27 7W LED Bulb

Ref: 1112 / BL-E27-A60-7

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A60 E27 7W LED Bulb

Ref: 1112 / BL-E27-A60-7

  • 7 W
  • 605 lm
  • 180º
  • 85-265V AC
  • 220-240V AC
  • 80
  • 50-60 Hz
  • 110xØ60 mm
  • 3 Ans
  • Aluminium - PC
  • 30,000 Hours
  • Frost

Description A60 E27 7W LED Bulb

This A60 E27 7W LED Bulb is perfect for replacing conventional Edison Screw bulbs.

The Epistar-SMD2835 LEDs that make up its light source offer a brightness of 630 lumens. Therefore, it's the ideal candidate for replacing incandescent bulbs of up to 50W. The light it emits is of the highest quality and is distributed in a uniform manner, with a 180º opening angle.

Made from polycarbonate and aluminium, this A60 E27 7W LED Bulb supports voltage variations ranging from 85V to 265V AC. It has a 30,000 hour working life, which means that we'll be changing the bulbs much less frequently. In this way we also save by not purchasing so many bulbs.

Start saving on your lighting bill in the easiest way with this A60 E27 7W LED Bulb and benefit from the incredible prices we have on our online LED lighting shop.

*For installation in closed luminaries, the maximum recommended time the bulb should be left ON is half of the maximum specified in the general conditions.

Characteristics A60 E27 7W LED Bulb

Power: 7 W
Voltage: 220-240V AC
Multi-Voltage: 85-265V AC
Frequency: 50-60 Hz
Screw: E27
Light Source: Epistar-SMD2835
CRI: 80
Lumens: 605 lm
Energy Class: A+
Beam Angle: 180º
Lens Type: Frost
Use: Indoor
Material: Aluminium - PC
Size: 110xØ60 mm
Height: 110 mm
Width: 60 mm
Length: 60 mm
Working Temperature: -20°C ~ +40°C
Life Span: 30,000 Hours
Warranty: 3 Ans
Certifications: CE & RoHS


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