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LED Lights Replace up to 60W Light Bulb - EagleLight LED Lights
LED lights replace up to 60w light bulbs
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This collection of LED light bulbs are used to replace traditional house hold light bulbs in many applications. With longer life times you will have far fewer failures and much longer time between replacements. Enjoy the benefit of long lasting LED Lighting.
LED Bulb types to replace up to 60w lights
This collection of LED light bulbs are comparable to 40-60W light bulbs and in many instances can be used as retrofit light bulbs. EagleLight LED lighting offers a wide selection of color temperature and beam angle.
Color temperatures include:
Notes on beam angle:Because LED light is directional, the brightest light will come from the top of the LED. For those bulbs that have LEDs mounted on the surface perpendicular to the socket, the light will be directed away from the socket. This is ideal for lamps that are ceiling mounted and for lamps that have light directed to the ceiling for reflective light. For table lamps with shades you will only see a percentage of the light on the table, with the most light going in the direction of the socket, in most cases this is to the ceiling. A general rule is that you will see light similar to a 60watt going in the direction of the socket and 30 to 40watts going to the table or towards the socket.
For this reason we have the house hold bulb that has the LEDs arranged like the kernels of a corn cob. This results in more light directed perpendicular to the socket. This works better in some cases for table lamps and for wall mounted fixtures where the socket is pointing away from the wall and the light is needed against the wall as well as away from the wall.
For incandescent and CFL replacements a lot of light is normally lost in the fixture. With proper light selection LEDs further reduce energy consumption by directing the light only where it is needed.