TCP 10W 2400K Wide Flood LED PAR20 Bulb

TCP Lighting LED10P2024KFL
10W Non-Dimmable Smooth PAR20 LED Bulb, 2400K,  40 Degree
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SKU
TCP-LED10P2024KFL
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Manufacturer
TCP Lighting

TCP Lighting LED10P2024KFL Description

TCP Non-Dimmable 10W Smooth Par20 - 2400K 40 Degree LED Bulb is housed in a subdued, yet protective housing that smoothly merges with the rest of the installment while avoiding weight strain on the fixture. UL approved for use in indoor and outdoor damp and humid environments. Low heat display makes the bulb applicable in sensitive display lighting settings such as art galleries. A warm white light increases the aesthetic of the area while a 40 degree flood beam angle concentrated the focus on the desired focal point. Ideal for use in track, recessed, and display lighting applications. Color consistency and CRI maintain uniform coloration throughout the application. 10 watt LED can be used as an energy efficient alternative to the conventional 60 watt incandescent bulb while using less energy and providing equal lumen output. Switching to LEDs can save up to 85 percent in energy costs and the long 25,000 hour lifetime also minimizes the cost of replacement bulbs and maintenance.

  • CRI: 82
  • Length: 3.5
  • Wattage: 10 Watt
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Voltage: 120 Volts
  • Bulb Shape: PAR 20
  • Color: Warm White
  • Diameter: 2.5 inches
  • Lifespan: 25,000 hours
  • CB Candle Power: 1558
  • Beam Angle: 40 Degree
  • Bulb Base: E26 Medium
  • Angle Type: Flood Beam
  • Initial Lumens: 600 Lumens
  • Lumens Per Watt: 60 Lumens
  • UL Listed: Damp Environments
  • Color Temperature: 2400K Warm White
  • Incandescent Equivalent: 60 Watt Replacement

Product Specification

Company
Manufacturers Parts Number
LED10P2024KFL
Package Size
Each
UPC Code
762148249016
Warranty
5 Yrs

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