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EcoSmart

Model ECS M16 WW FL 120

Internet #203202029

Store SKU #125106

30W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) PAR16 LED Flood Light Bulb

$19.97 /each
(limit 35 per order)

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The EcoSmart PAR16 6-Watt (30W) LED Flood Light Bulb can be used to replace a PAR16 25-Watt bulb to provide energy efficiency and long lasting use. The light bulb is suitable for indoor use. The bulb can last up to 25,000 hours or 23 years for extended use. The bulb can save you an estimated $66 in energy savings over the course of the bulb's life.

  • Brightness: 325 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.72
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 3000K bright white (WW)
  • Energy used: 6-Watt (equivalent to a 30-Watt standard halogen light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 54
  • Uses 80% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Indoor/outdoor ideal for use in track, recess and security lighting
  • Shatter resistant
  • Contains mercury: N
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I have tried an LED bulb as an up light on my house. It stated indoor/outdoor use. It lasted less than a week between the rain and water sprinklers.

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August 24, 2012
Will this bulb work in this environment?
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May 20, 2014
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The package states that the bulb should not be used where it will come into direct contact with water, so I can't recommend it for use in exterior uplights.
It sounds as if you have a fixture problem, not a bulb problem. I used to run the Beautification Department for the city in which I live. Uplights were one of my biggest headaches. Bulbs rated for out of doors use are fine for damp locations but not Read More
The package states that the bulb should not be used where it will come into direct contact with water, so I can't recommend it for use in exterior uplights.
It sounds as if you have a fixture problem, not a bulb problem. I used to run the Beautification Department for the city in which I live. Uplights were one of my biggest headaches. Bulbs rated for out of doors use are fine for damp locations but not for "submerged" use. They still have to be protected from direct contact with lots of water, especially around their bases. I'm guessing that your uplight allows water to get into the fixture and to accumulate around the base of the bulb.
If you want to continue using the uplights, try installing new gaskets between the lens and the fixture. Then ensure that, after putting in the new bulbs, you really tighten down the lens against the gasket to keep out water.
If water continues to be a problem and your uplights are recessed into the ground, then water is seeping in through the body of the fixture and it may need to be replaced if there's no way to caulk the leaky area(s). Read Less
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April 18, 2013
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was the light fixture you used as an up-fixture made for that purpose? most up fixtures are made with a sealed lens to keep the water and moisture from filling up the socket, so under the right application meaning fixture an led will work
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November 29, 2012
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Generally, the "outdoor" rating allows use outdoors in a protected area such as under your roof soffit, or within a light fixture where rain will not come into direct contact. Other items may be listed as "weatherproof" if they are designed to handle direct moisture.
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menlo park, ca
November 4, 2012
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i really don't like the answer from ecosmart. ok, they can defend the bulb with the fine-print documentation, but the answer is also defensive and evasive. almost all standard par bulbs - par 16, par 20, par 20, par 38 are waterproof and wet-location rated. by tradition, r bulbs are not waterproof, par bulbs are waterproof.
that ecosmart makes a led par bulb that is not waterproof and therefore cannot Read More
i really don't like the answer from ecosmart. ok, they can defend the bulb with the fine-print documentation, but the answer is also defensive and evasive. almost all standard par bulbs - par 16, par 20, par 20, par 38 are waterproof and wet-location rated. by tradition, r bulbs are not waterproof, par bulbs are waterproof.
that ecosmart makes a led par bulb that is not waterproof and therefore cannot be used outdoors (almost all outdoor locations get rain) the way standard par bulbs can is very very misleading.
and where in their answer is the link leading to their bulb that CAN be used in a wet location? Read Less
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August 26, 2012
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Good Morning:
Sorry to hear about your frustration. Unfortunantly the PAR 16 unit you are talking about is rated damp location, not wet location. Though they are suitable for installation inside or outside, it is with limitations. Exposure to direct spray by sprinkler, or rain requires a wet location rating, and if this lamp is exposed to rain or sprinklers they will fail. For additional
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Good Morning:
Sorry to hear about your frustration. Unfortunantly the PAR 16 unit you are talking about is rated damp location, not wet location. Though they are suitable for installation inside or outside, it is with limitations. Exposure to direct spray by sprinkler, or rain requires a wet location rating, and if this lamp is exposed to rain or sprinklers they will fail. For additional information,please see the attached information for the environmental definitions by UL.
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is it dimmable

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This item is not for use with a dimmer.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by disappointed My two year old bulbs are burning out (2 out of 15 in the last month). Wonder how to get them replaced? March 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good price point, annoying buzz Light works as it should, light output comparable to 45w bulb. Sits alot deeper in housing (bulb is physically shorter than the halogens it replaced) so more of a spot light effect in my particular housings. Only complaint is that after 2 days, it started making an annoying buzzing/humming noise. Similiar to flourescent ballast hum/buzz. The couple of LED SylvXXXas i have in same fixtures are 5+ months old, and no noise. The SylvXXXas are $8 more each, so i guess you get what you pay for. June 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done. This PAR 16 LED lamp does a good job filling the current void (lack of quality PAR 16 LED lamps). Light output almost matches a PAR 16 45-Watt halogen - appears slightly dimmer, but not much. Also the color-rendering is not quite as good as halogen, but is really not bad. Temperature is warm, although slightly cooler than the halogen. Beam spread is very good, quite wide without "hot spots". Overall I am happy with it - will purchase more. This is the closest match to the 45-watt halogen I have found. November 29, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great light bulbs! These are great. The light is clean and bright without being "blue". They have a small diameter, so are easier to get into our recessed lighting fixtures- there's room for my fingers to grip the sides of the bulb while it's inside the fixture. Should one burn out in my lifetime, it will be far easier to remove than the larger incandescent bulbs. May 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Really bright for the price I have 10 4 inch cans with Par16's. Which is an odd size globe. I'd stopped using them because traditional lamps were too costly energy wise. I'd not seen the Par16 until I stumbled upon these at the HD. These are great. Tons of lumens. nice light spread, good color, not too much magenta. As far as being dimmable. It pretty clearly states "N" next to "dimmable" each time in the description "N' usually stands for no, as in not dimmable. November 28, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great replacement bulb i originally had r20 45w lamps because i had 4'' cans with the eyeball trims, i picked up 2 of these and they seem to provide more light than the 45w lamps so i need to still replace 3 other 45w lamps to these r16 leds April 18, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good bulb, bad package The bulb itself has exceeded my expectations. The packaging has disappointed me. It is odd that a product that claims to be "EcoSmart" would come in packaging that has plastic glued or fused to the cardboard, making in non-recyclable in my area. January 3, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ** NON-Dimmable (but specs say it is dimmable in two spots) Purchased the bulbs because online specs stated that bulbs were "dimmable" in two different spots. The packing for the bulbs states that the bulbs are NOT DIMMABLE. Please change your website to reflect the correct information. June 11, 2012
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