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35W Equivalent Bright White (3,000K) MR16 Dimmable LED Floodlight Bulbs (E*) (4-Pack)

$78.97 /case
(limit 35 per order)
  • Only costs approximately $1.20/year
  • 10 watts and color temperature of 3,000K for a bright white glow
  • 6-year manufacturer warranty

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Use the Philips 35W Equivalent Bright White Dimmable LED Floodlight Bulbs in your kitchen, dining room and living room. They can be used in 12-volt track light and open recessed fixtures. Fully dimmable, these GU5.3, bi-pin base floodlights can replace your current 35-watt halogen MR16 bulbs and save you up to $68.75 in energy costs.

  • Brightness: 415 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.20 (based on three hours/day use, ¢11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on three hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 3,000K bright white
  • Energy used: 10 watts (equivalent to a 35-watt standard MR16 incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per watt: 41.5
  • Uses 71.43% less energy compared to a standard halogen light bulb
  • Ideal for use in kitchens, living and dining rooms, offices, as well as retail spaces, in recessed and track light fixtures
  • Doesn't fade fabrics or colors
  • Doesn't contain mercury
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for ENERGY STAR ratings
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for Energy Star ratings
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Does this light operate on 12 volt DC? Your ad says "can be used in 12-Volt track light". I want to use it on my Boat as a flood light.

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Yes it can be used in 12 volt track lighting. Check packaging to see if an outdoor installation is possible.
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Hi John,
Yes, this bulb will work with any 12-volt power source.
But, not all track lights are powered the same. Some have a transformer that requires a 120-volt power source supply and then transforms that power to 12-volt for the bulbs.
As long as your light socket is compatible with the GU5.3 base that this bulb utilizes, it will work.
The pins on the bulb's base are spaced 5.3mm apart and should Read More
Hi John,
Yes, this bulb will work with any 12-volt power source.
But, not all track lights are powered the same. Some have a transformer that requires a 120-volt power source supply and then transforms that power to 12-volt for the bulbs.
As long as your light socket is compatible with the GU5.3 base that this bulb utilizes, it will work.
The pins on the bulb's base are spaced 5.3mm apart and should not be altered. This narrow spacing between the pins is indicative of 12-volt bulbs.
I hope this helped. Thanks for asking.
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do i use the metal backing that is required with halogens? also do I use the front glass guard? will these impede ventilation?

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Hey eds55,
it honestly boils down to the design of your fixture that will determine if you need to use the glass.
The glass guard was used to help block the bulb if it was ever damaged.
You can certainly try it with and without, but since the LED puts out no where near as much heat as its halogen counterpart, you may be able to do without the glass covers, but I'd keep the metal backing for the looks Read More
Hey eds55,
it honestly boils down to the design of your fixture that will determine if you need to use the glass.
The glass guard was used to help block the bulb if it was ever damaged.
You can certainly try it with and without, but since the LED puts out no where near as much heat as its halogen counterpart, you may be able to do without the glass covers, but I'd keep the metal backing for the looks of it.
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It says bi pin,but is it GU5 or GU10 base?

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If it is a low voltage (10-12 v), then it will have a GU5.3 base. If it's line voltage (110-120v), then it will have a GU10 base (which is distinctive with the little knobs at the end of each pin).
I bought the same product and they have GU5.3 bases and are low voltage.
GU10 is the base type and refers also to the voltage range it is to be used with. If you want to quote a lamp standard correctly it is Read More
If it is a low voltage (10-12 v), then it will have a GU5.3 base. If it's line voltage (110-120v), then it will have a GU10 base (which is distinctive with the little knobs at the end of each pin).
I bought the same product and they have GU5.3 bases and are low voltage.
GU10 is the base type and refers also to the voltage range it is to be used with. If you want to quote a lamp standard correctly it is MR16 with GU5.3 base for 12-24volt ac/dc operation or MR16 with GU10 base for 110-240volt operation. Read Less
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how many actual bulbs are in a case

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4 (four). Each bulb is individually packaged and there are four such bulbs in the case.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Long term reliability a question mark !! At first glance for ~$20 these rae a nice lamp. But, and there's big but, these lamps have a tiny fan in each one for cooling. What makes LED so long lasting is they are solid state devices; no moving parts; no fragile filaments to break. Just a lump of silicon. Adding a cooling fan throws that reliability out the window! When the fan dies, the lamp will die (as it will get too hot). In a quiet room you can hear the fan - if you have several lamps, you WILL hear the fans. June 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great replacement for halogens- bright and radiates no heat Dims well. Sometimes emits a tone when dimmed. Very slightly warmer light than expected, but I welcomed it. March 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mountain of garbage Only problem is Phillips packaging in ridiculous-individully bubble wrapped. I bought LED's because I wanted to be green and ended up with a mountain of non recyclable garbage. September 4, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good quality LED bulb This LED bulb has a great performance, it not only saves energy cost but it eliminates maintenance cost November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Designed correctly for fit ,color,and is bright. This Philips bulb can replace a recessed halogen mr16 bi pin in a low voltage ceiling light. A problem is getting the bulb out of the package. Ask Home Depot to do this! Hydemd December 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent color and brightness Output lumins that of 50 watt not 35 watt. Brightest and best white I have seen and I have tried 8 other MR16 bulbs. February 12, 2013
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