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Philips 35W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Flood Light Bulb (E*)
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Discontinued Philips

35W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Flood Light Bulb (E*)

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Product Overview

Philips LED Energy Saving 4-Watt MR16 flood light is ideal for use in kitchens, dining rooms and living rooms. It provides a soft, white light and is perfect for general light or accent lighting to highlight your decor. Fully dimmable, this GU10, twist and lock base flood light replaces your current 35-Watt halogen MR16, saving you up to $85.25 in energy costs.

  • Brightness: 200 Lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $.48 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11c/kwh. Costs depend on rates and use.)
  • Life : 22.8 years (based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light Appearance: 3000K (bright white)
  • Energy Used: 4 Watts (equivalent to a 35 Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 50
  • Uses 89% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in recessed cans, track light fixtures and other applications
  • Contains Mercury: No
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for Energy Star certification
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
2.0
Product Depth (in.)
3.15
Product Height (in.)
7.56
Product Width (in.)
3.7

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Average Life (hours)
25000
Bulb Shape
Reflector
Bulb Type
Flood and Spot
Color Rendering Index
80
Color Temperature
Bright White
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
GU10
Light Bulb Base Type
GU10
Light Bulb Features
Dimmable
Light Bulb Shape Code
MR16
Light Color
Bright White
Light Output (lumens)
200
Lighting Technology
LED
Number in Package
1.0
Returnable
90-Day
Specialty Bulb Type
Flood & Spot
Watt Equivalence
35
Wattage (watts)
4

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes, 6 years. See the "More Information" tab for details.

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Customer Questions & Answers

What's the voltage input for this lightbulb?

It's NOT in the specification, unfortunately! Recently, I purchased several Philips LED light bulbs, and had the disappointment when arrived home and noticed that they were for 12V only! Of course, I headed back to the store to return them right away... I'm intending to use this light bulbs as a direct replacement for some 50W 120V MR16 halogen light bulbs, with no extra cabling, transformer installation, etc., pursuing the obvious savings in energy consumption.
Asked by: Fasantana
These are 120V LED lamps. Note the base is the 2-pin quarter-twist-in GU/10, rather than the two pin push-in base. You will find they are just as bright, if not brighter than 50w MR16/GU10 lamps.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2015-11-05

can I used this in a closed ceiling fan light??????

I bought a Philips MR16 Flood GU10 Base ~ model #9290002120 and the instructions say NOT to use in enclosed fixtures and my ceiling fan has a glass dome I screw in!!!!! ~ Or am I looking at the same bulb????
Asked by: FloridaSuede
if I understood you correctly, what you have is a halogen flood. They get hot -- really hot. LED equivalent bulbs use a lot less energy and don't heat up nearly as much as even regular incandescent bulbs, much less as much as an halogen. If a regular incandescent bulb is OK to use inside the glass dome, then certainly an LED will be. But please, don't use a halogen! The tip-off is "35W equivalent". You get the equivalent amount of light, but a lot less energy is used (80%, I think) so you get a lot less heat. Old-style ordinary light bulbs equated wattage with the amount of light produced (lumens). I suspect the language about "watt equivalent" applied to LEDs is to make it easier for customers to judge how bright the LED will appear to be. Hope this helps without getting technical. You're asking a military historian who's a DIYer, not an electrician.
Answered by: KathyKat
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

35W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Flood Light Bulb (E*) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from nice color, but beam is too narrow I liked the color...similar to tungsten halogen, but the beam pattern is much too narrow for my application, which is a range hood. It puts two spots on the cook-top that do not meet in the middle, leaving the back-splash behind in the dark. It may also be worth mentioning that the body of the lamp is a little bit bulkier than a normal halogen MR16, so it was a very tight fit in the range hood. And I would comment too that the blister-pack packaging is really irritating...essentially impossible to get the lamp out without destroying the package and potentially the lamp itself. Home Depot's own Eco-Smart LED worked great in the same application, but failed after less than one year. Apparently they have now discontinued that model, which is why I decided to try this one.
Date published: 2013-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good LED, yes it's expensive I searched for a good LED and tried some that had terrible color and some that buzzed. This one has a very pure white light and produces no noise that I can hear. It also dims perfectly and goes very dim (some don't). At first I didn't appreciate the difference in quality between a $10 LED and a $20 LED ... I do now.
Date published: 2013-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warmest Light That I've Found I spent several weeks trying to locate the right LED lights for my living room area. These were my second round of purchasing. The first was a generic brand for a lower price, however, those lights were more reminiscent of stadium lighting in a sports venue. The Philips bulb dropped down in price at the right time. It provided a warm yet clean, almost "jewelry store" like light which was clean while providing a brighter light.
Date published: 2012-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent light quality The light from these bulbs is beautiful. The color is nice and warm, without being soft-white. It's a near-daylight color that's easy on the eyes. They start up quickly and operate silently. I replaced three 35-watt halogen bulbs that were over my stove, and what a difference. The three bulbs consume less power and generate far less heat than just one of the halogens it replaced. Definitely worth the investment.
Date published: 2013-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Won't have to replace for a long time. These aren't cheap, but we're hoping we won't have to replace them for a long time. No one seemed to know if using a dimmer switch would affect the life of the bulb, however. We have those annoying "hockey puck" floodlights which they don't make any more. I mean the kind with a couple of parallel cables extending to each side from a central flush-mounted box, anchored at each end with some sort of bolts, big hockey puck-shaped glass (?) fixtures that tilt, spaced every 8 inches or so, and each has a halogen bulb in the center. Anyway, after some odd power fluctuations courtesy of Dominion Power (they fixed the problem) the switch had apparently burned out. We had to rewire, so we went ahead and updated a bit with LED bulbs. Not cheap, but cheaper than completely changing out the light fixture. With exposed wood beams in the ceiling, we're sure that addressing the entire design problem (our own shadows block the lights from overhead when working at the counter) would have called for a professional, so we chose to stick with the current solution. We'll consider task lighting solutions next.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from dimming issues Nice lighting, good color, but hard to find a dimmer that gives a full range dimming. I have 8 of them in my bedroom, and the only way to get them to dim completely down is to have one incandescent bulb in the circuit otherwise they only dim very slightly...still looking into it
Date published: 2012-10-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Glad to see these discontinued I bought three of these LED bulbs marked 9290002120 about a year ago and all three have now quit working. They have all failed within the same month. I had them in a track light fixture and on a timer where they were only on in the evening for about 4 hours per day. Not very good for a LED that is advertised to last 22 years. Went back with the old halogen lamps and they work fine.
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Last 10x longer than halogen lamps, are brighter and use less energy. Color rendition is great! Wow! I had 9 MR15/GU10 halogens in my kitchen. 50W each, 450W total. Gets a bit pricey replacing them, and then there is the undeniable cost of 450W running 8 hrs/day. These Phillips replacements are for 35W halogen equivalence, but to my eyes and those of my partner, they look brighter than the 50W halogens! I was concerned about the color of LED s, but instead of that blue-ish tinge like the early led down-lights, these are virtually indistinguishable from a halogen at full brightness. And the power consumption? 35 watts for 9 lamps--less than 1/10th the power consumption coupled with increased brightness. I am very, very impressed with these lamps. And they'll last 10x as long (so Phillips claims) as a halogen. So they pay for themselves in the first 2000 hrs of burning, when you'd be out paying 11 bucks for each burned out halogen down-light. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is they won't cook me breakfast. One difference of note: If used with dimmers, they don't change color to a more reddish orange like halogens do when dimmed. They remain white, but get dimmer. Kinda weird at first if you've lived your life with incandescent bulbs.
Date published: 2015-02-27
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