EcoSmart Lighting Science 50W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) PAR20 LED Flood Light Bulb-ECS 20 WW FL 120 - The Home Depot
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EcoSmart Lighting Science

Model # ECS 20 WW FL 120

Internet # 202324430

Store SKU # 866623

50W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) PAR20 LED Flood Light Bulb


EcoSmart Lighting Science 50W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) PAR20 LED Flood Light Bulb
 

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$18.97 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # ECS 20 WW FL 120

Internet # 202324430

Store SKU # 866623

Replace a PAR20 50-watt bulb with the EcoSmart PAR20 8-Watt (50 Watt) LED Flood Light Bulb for energy efficiency and long-lasting use. The LED light bulb puts out 350 lumens using 8 watts of power and can last up to 25,000 hours, saving you up to $116 per bulb over the course of the bulb's life. The bulb can be used indoors or outdoors and can be dimmed to allow for light customization. (E)* means this bulb meets Federal minimum efficiency standards.

  • Brightness: 350 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.96
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light appearance: 3000K bright white (WW)
  • Energy used: 8 Watts (equivalent to a 50 Watt standard halogen light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 44
  • Uses 84% 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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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  2.5 in  Assembled Height (in.)  3.35 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  2.5 in  Bulb Diameter (In.)  2.5 
Details
Actual Color Temperature (K)  3000  Average Life (hours)  25000 
Bulb Shape  Other  Bulb Type  Flood and Spot 
Color Rendering Index  82  Indoor/Outdoor  Indoor/Outdoor 
Light Bulb Base Code  Medium  Light Bulb Base Type  Medium 
Light Bulb Features  Dimmable,Shatter Resistant  Light Bulb Shape Code  PAR20 
Light Color  Bright White  Light Output (lumens)  350 
Lighting Technology  LED  Number in Package 
Returnable  90-Day  Specialty Bulb Type  Flood & Spot 
Watt Equivalence  50  Wattage (watts) 
Warranty / Certifications
ENERGY STAR Certified  No  Manufacturer Warranty  5 years 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by 80 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ENERGY EFFICIENT INDOOR LED LIGHT HITS THE SPOT I am using this EcoSmart 8W PAR 20 LED bulb to illuminate a dart board in our basement. The bulb is in a bullet-type light fixture mounted at ceiling height about 6' away from the dart board. The bulb projects a nice 4' circle of white light (not warm white) around the dart board and is bright enough to play darts without any additional lighting as shown in the attached pictures; the pictures were taken with the light only from the EcoSmart 8W PAR 20 LED. The bulb has a 36 degree light beam which means that it is more of a "flood light" rather than a "narrow spotlight". The metal light fixture does get a little warm from the EcoSmart LED bulb but not as hot as a halogen bulb. Overall, I am very pleased with the quality of this LED light bulb and the fact that I am saving 42 watts of power compared to the 50W halogen PAR20 bulb that it replaced. December 15, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Decent I bought 6 of these for recessed lighting we put in our living room after remodeling. The lights are great and I bought them for the dimmable feature. However when dimmed they flicker terribly, almost like a strobe light going off. At first I thought it was maybe the dimmer switch's due to the magnet being bad but they flickered every once in a while on a normal toggle switch. I would recommend these lights if you can get them cheaper. At the time I bought them it was around $200 for 6, about a year or 2 ago. November 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Finally an affordable Par 20 spot/flood that is as bright as the incandescent version Since I have about 25 combined PAR 20, 30 & 38 spots and floods in my house, I have been paying a lot of attention to the LED market, as it progresses, to see if I could eventually save some money, by finally replacing at least some of these halogen bulbs, with LED type. I have seen (on display and in advertising) many LED bulbs be introduced to the market over the years, but the lumens (measured amount of light given off), never really approached the level of the incandescent bulb it would be replacing, and the prices of these bulbs were extremely high. However, much advancement has now taken place in the LED world. At around $20, this EcoSmart PAR 20 bulb is definitely (IMO) now very much cost effective (bang vs. buck). I have found this bulb produces the same amount of light (rated at 350 lumens), maybe even more, compared to your standard halogen PAR 20 spot or flood (typically around 450 lumens), consuming only 8 watts, while the halogen consumed 50 watts. The color (see CRI) is more white-ish, compared to the standard halogen lamp it is meant to replace, but to me, that makes colors more realistic and vibrant, so I prefer it - some may not. I initially bought 9 of these PAR 20 LED bulbs, and have been living with them for about a month now. One failed after about 2 weeks. Since they have a 5 year warranty (I urge you to keep all of your receipts and packaging, so you can return one if it fails), I'm betting you may never have to buy another one to replace it. Home Depot easily exchanged the failed one for a new one. I find the bulbs to be well built, and easily fit into tight fitting track lighting cans, and other fixtures. I have an outdoor fixture that needed nothing but the standard PAR 20 type bulb, as it was extremely tight fitting to the middle of the bulb. This EcoSmart bulb fit the fixture perfectly. That had also been a concern of mine. The beam spread of this bulb (a lot of people don't pay much attention to this, but they should), is a nice mix between a spot (typically 10 degrees-narrow spread) and a flood (typically 30 degrees-wider spread). I don't think a figure is given for this bulb though. Those are the pros of the bulb, on to the cons. They sometimes buzz and flicker at low dimming levels, so be careful as to where you place them. I have used them on a variety of dimmers, with some dimmers performing better than others regarding less flickering, but then some of these LED bulbs still buzz at low dim levels - just so you know. I highly recommend these LED bulbs for Par 20 fixtures that you don't need to dim. These bulbs (this model in particular) also give off a high level of RF (radio frequency) energy. Unfortunately this is typical with a lot of LED bulbs. What that means is that if you listen to an AM or FM radio in your house or garage, those stations that you listen to, may now have a lot more static on them, when you have these bulbs turned on (maybe you have noticed this same type of interference when waiting at a LED stop light, listening to the radio-same thing). This will probably be more noticeable on AM stations compared to FM stations, but if the FM station is distant, you may no longer even be able to receive the station, as the noise will now block it out (happened to me, and there isn't much I can do about it except now listen to the station on-line, or remove all of these bulbs). These emissions are able to travel long distances (10, 20 and 30 feet) from these LED bulbs, so as your neighbor installs LED light bulbs, even if you don't, this still may affect *your* radio reception. This goes for HAM radio operators as well. Audiophiles should also pay close attention to this, if you're like me, and try and achieve extremely low noise floors with your audio equipment. Having worked in radio for the past 35 years, this will not be good for radio stations, as many consumers switch over to this type of bulb, and are unknowingly bombarded by tons of static on their favorite radio stations at home or at work. I'm not sure why, but the CFL's (compact fluorescent light bulbs) don't seem to give off the high amount of RF energy that these LED bulbs now give off. Some people may not know that dimmers also give off tons of RF noise, thus also invading radio reception in the home or garage. April 26, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Good For My Application I just installed a new Broan range hood and wanted to use two of these in place of Halogens. The Broan hood uses a two setting switch to reduce the voltage and dim the lights to half power. While these were sold as "dimmable", in my application the dim was no where near 1/2 and they flickered very badly. I left them on for about 1/2 hour to warm hoping that would eliminate the flicker but it didn't and after warm the difference between the full and the 1/2 power was virtually indistinguishable. They also threw a very narrow spot so they failed to light the work surface evenly, and there was a noticeable difference in the light cast between the two, side by side lamps in color, in brightness and direction of aim. Finally, they were longer than a Halogen and stuck out of the fixture about 1/2". I am sure they are a good choice for some applications but not for mine. October 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Home Depot hits a home run This is the first really good household LED lamp I've purchased. If it holds up to the expected life (and some LED lamps haven't done so), you will save money and replacement chores over time. Be aware this is a spotlight, not a floodlight, and the color temperature is a bit whiter that incandescent lamps, but perfect for reading or spotlighting artwork. These fit nicely in my track lights with smallish cans. This lamp is not right for general room lighting, but excellent in the right place. It works great with the dimmer I already had in the wall, no noise or flickering, and dims to a very low level. Much better than the CFLs I've tried in the same spot. Good job, Home Depot. October 27, 2010
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