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Model 420182

Internet #203556145

35W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) MR16 GU5.3 Base Wide LED Flood Light Bulb (E)*

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Philips MR16 Dimmable LED Lamps provide ambient level light to illuminate hard to maintain applications. These lamps are ideal for track and open recessed fixtures in retail, hospitality and residential spaces. Lower maintenance by reducing re-lamping frequency.

  • Brightness: 470 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $.60 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light Appearance: 2700k (soft white)
  • Energy Used: 5 Watts (equivalent to a 35 watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 47
  • Uses 71 % less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in recessed,and track lighting applications, and other lighting needs
  • Spot lighting allows for a more narrow concentration of light ideal for highlighting walls, paintings, etc.
  • Contains Mercury: No

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Are these for 120 V or 12 V fixtures?

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Andy
Granada Hills, Ca
July 14, 2013
I am replacing EXN 50W bulbs 2 inches wide by 1.75 inches tall halogen lights with a MR 16 GU5.3 base. The lightbulb that I am using has no other markings on it other than a world logo next to the letters EXM. The actual fixture says it is 120V. Can I replace the bulbs I have now with Philips Model 420182 Internet # 203556145 ? In my research, I see that EXM means it is a 50 watt. There are 5 of these in my small bathroom...my electrician thought that these would be wonderful, but the bathroom gets very hot. I need something cooler, more energy efficient, and that throws off decent light.
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March 11, 2014
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12 (twelve) volt ONLY.
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July 16, 2013
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Hi Andy, this LED is a 12V light bulb. While the LED bulbs would be more energy efficient and prevent the bathroom from getting hot, the LED bulb is about a quarter of an inch longer than the halogen lights you currently use in your bathroom. If this slight difference in length does not affect the fixture that they are in, then you can replace your halogen bulbs with these LED MR16s. Please let the Read More
Hi Andy, this LED is a 12V light bulb. While the LED bulbs would be more energy efficient and prevent the bathroom from getting hot, the LED bulb is about a quarter of an inch longer than the halogen lights you currently use in your bathroom. If this slight difference in length does not affect the fixture that they are in, then you can replace your halogen bulbs with these LED MR16s. Please let the Philips Lighting team if you would like anything clarified further or you have any further questions! Read Less
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July 15, 2013
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These are 12V AC. Requires either a magnetic or electronic step down transformer. I have used them with LBL and Tech Lighting fixtures and transformers. They are dimmable and look nice. These bulbs have are 2 pin MR16. There is a different bulb for 120V and it has a different base.
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Does this LED bulb have a mini fan inside like Philips 423780? I'm looking for LED bulb with less moving part.

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March 11, 2014
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No- this is bulb alone- looks exactly like the halogen it was meant to replace. Since it radiates almost no heat, a fan would not be necessary..
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January 2, 2014
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Hello Mike, and thank you for your question. This MR16 does indeed have a mini fan as a method of thermal management.
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120V to 12v & Magnetic or step down transformer...

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Andy
Granada Hills, CA
July 16, 2013
Thank you for the previous and very helpful answers. So glad you have this Q & A forum. Now I am wondering how I would know if the electrician installed a either a magnetic or electronic step down transformer as was mentioned in one of the answers. What would that look like and where would it be installed? I am no longer in contact with the electrician and the halogen lights have been working up until this point. Is there anything that would indicate that there is no magnetic or step down transformer like flickering lights, a spark in the light switch etc? Other than the heat of the 5 halogen bulbs in a powder bath, everything seems ok.
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This works just fine with an inexpensive Swedish chain store transformer that came with a track lighting kit. The lights radiate almost no heat. I purchased a $25 dimmer meant to dim the input (110V) voltage on the transformer and it worked just fine for the halogens and the new LED's I bought to replace them. I would just buy one LED, try it and see if you like it, if not, return it. HD had no problem Read More
This works just fine with an inexpensive Swedish chain store transformer that came with a track lighting kit. The lights radiate almost no heat. I purchased a $25 dimmer meant to dim the input (110V) voltage on the transformer and it worked just fine for the halogens and the new LED's I bought to replace them. I would just buy one LED, try it and see if you like it, if not, return it. HD had no problem with that. Read Less
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Hi Andy, to tell whether a magnetic or electronic transformer was used, you must look in the ceiling or pull down the fixture. Further, if the halogen lights currently in your bathroom are no longer working, they may be too close to the insulation in the ceiling which could create burn-outs.
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can you tell me the beam angle for this product?

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June 19, 2013
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I can't because I no longer have the packaging which I believe has it. I am sure if you do look up the product in its manufacturer's website, you could find it.
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Hi Greg, the beam angle for Philips EnduraLED 10-Watt MR16 Spot Base Soft White LED Light Bulb, model #420182, is 35 degrees. Please let the Philips Lighting team know if you would like any additional information.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright Lights, Dim Well, Soft White I purchased these bulbs to replace Sylvania MR16 soft white LED bulbs. I was unhappy with the Sylvania color as it was very white and cold, they provided little light in the space and had a very noticeable strobe effect with the Lutron dimmers that was very unpleasant. I was very disappointed with the lighting after it was installed and thought I had made a big mistake using all LED trim. I found the Phillips bulb online and decided to give it a try. These are much brighter (500 lumen vs. 350), warmer (2700 K vs 3500 K) and best of all there is no strobe effect! I never write reviews but found these bulbs to make such an big difference in the appearance of my remodel I decided I had to. If you are going LED I recommend trying this bulb first. October 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cooler than halogens, and power-saving too I replaced several 50W halogen bulbs with these LED 35W bulbs -- the room doesn't get as hot as it used to, and I hardly noticed the difference in brightness. No complaints at all about these bulbs -- I'm slowly replacing all my halogens, as these only draw 10 Watts each, and it's a simple drop-in replacement. A note: On the lighting heads that I had (purchased also from Home Depot), the glass cover (UV filter) no longer fit, as these bulbs are slightly larger than the original halogens. No matter, I was still able to squeeze the metal retaining clip in without any fuss. September 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice lighting I picked up this bulb to replace 50w halogen bulbs in my ceiling can lights. I tried one to see how it would do. I am pleasantly surprised that it works quite well. Nice lighting and dimmable. I plan to replace the rest of my lights with these. As always great service from home depot.. They had the best price I could find.The product arrived shorly after I ordered it. February 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Not too warm replacement for halogens Radiates no heat. Nice color- bright but not too warm March 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright, excellent color rendition I have used these lights to replace halogens in 2 track lighting applications. The 2700 color temperature produces a warm color that looks much better than CFLs. Brightness is great and them dim well. They are not cheap, but hopefully I will never have to replace them. October 31, 2012
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