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65W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) BR30 Non-dimmable LED Flood Light Bulb (6-Pack)

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  • Suitable for indoor use only
  • Instant-on for immediate illumination (no delay)
  • Package includes (6) BR30 LED flood light bulbs

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Soft white light (2700K) shines evenly without glares and dark spots using these cost-efficient BR30 LED Flood Lights (6-Pack) from TCP. Each one supplies 650 lumens of brightness using only 10 watts of power, far surpassing the efficiency of a comparable 65 watt incandescent lamp. They operate without producing heat so they won’t scorch surroundings or increase temperatures—perfect for indoor track and recessed can lights. Engineered to last for 20,000 hours, each flood light will save you $123 in electricity costs over the course of its existence.

  • Brightness: 650 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.20 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 18.2 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 10 watts (equivalent to 65 watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • This bulb is ideal for use with track and recessed lighting applications
  • Contains no mercury, does not pose a health hazard
  • Estimated lifetime savings: $123 per bulb
  • Dimmable: no
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • LED technology is a prudent choice for hard-to-reach fixtures, as its long life expectancy keeps replacement chores to a minimum
  • View The Home Depot's LED Bulb Buying Guide
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Is this an instant on bulb?

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Yes, it is.
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Yes,instant on,same as incandescent.
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I installed a week ago and it is an instant on.
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Yes. It is why I converted my non-dimming interior fluorescent flood lights which took several minutes to reach full brightness.
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Yes, works great! Perfect for a spot where you only need the light on for a few minutes or less.
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They seem to come on instantly. Though a few times it did flicker once. Or you know, had that slight delay.
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Yes Comes on right away
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August 26, 2014
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Yes, full light instantly.
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yes. That was a requirement for me.
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yes, unlike a CLF, reaches full brightness immediatly
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YES
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Does this bulb work on dimmers?

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The bulbs in question are the TCP 65W EQUIVALENT SOFT WHITE (2700K) BR30 LED FLOOD LIGHT BULB (6-PACK).

Looking to purchase around 60 bulbs and need to know if the bulb will work on dimmer switches?

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Chad
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Product specs state this is a non-dimmable indoor floodlight.
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No, these are not dimmable. You would either need to purchase alternative dimmable-style, or change your light switch from dimmer to normal.
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I don't need it so I cannot verify, but it is labeled as being dimmable.
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No. The box says, "This device is not intended for use with emergency exit luminaries or emergency exit lights, photo controls electric timers or dimmers". I do have mine on a photo sensor but I think a dimmer is a different situation altogether. I also have dimmable LED's on a dimmer and they don't work so I have to upgrade the dimmer switch.
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This one is not the dimmable kind, they do make a dimmable bulb, and it will say so in the item name.
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no. these are not dimmable and will blink if you dim them.
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August 26, 2014
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No, non dimmable bulbs. TIP - Most LED bulbs have non dimmable or suitable for damp locations stamped on the stem base for reference.
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The add says no so I am not going to give it a shot. Hum is a problem with LED's on dimmers in a lot of the reviews I have read from others. I plan to wait a while until technology gets better before putting any LED's on a dimmer. Should be below $5.00 by then too.
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These bulbs do not dim.
I tried it. If you keep the dimmer at full power, the bulb works. If you try to dim it, it doesn't dim and at the low end of the dimmer the bulb will flash. This may damage the bulb, but not totally sure.
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NO
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This model is NOT dimmable (I made the mistake, wrote a faulty review to tell others), says at the bottom of the description Dimmable=No.
The have another model that IS dimmable I was told.. RLBR3010W27KD. I have not tried it yet.
Be sure to have a specific switch compatible for LEDs also, or nothing will dim more than about 40%.
Good Luck..
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Can I use these bulbs outside in a covered area?

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I have used these successfully in semi-covered flood light fixtures in mild climate San Diego. I do not know how they would fare in harsher weather. They do seem to be completely sealed.
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The packaging for this bulb states it is meant for indoor use. However, I am using them in an outdoor dual floodlight fixture that is covered by eaves. My fixture does not receive direct rainfall, but it is exposed to outdoor dampness. After 2 months, I have not experienced any issues using the bulb in this outdoor fixture.
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Yes, as long as the area and fixture, and bulbs are protected from direct exposure to rain and weather. I have not used them outside yet, but they are well-made such that this would work. Plus I also believe it indicates that you can use them outdoors in protected areas.
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Like under the eaves, yes.
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The box says "enclosed fixture required for outdoor use". I would say yes if it will not get wet. I have four installed in my entryway porch in open recessed cans. They work great but have no chance of getting wet or damp. I also installed a motion sensor so they all go on when we get within 5 feet of the door. The sensor was a pain to install but worth it. Its an indoor sensor but also has no chance of Read More
The box says "enclosed fixture required for outdoor use". I would say yes if it will not get wet. I have four installed in my entryway porch in open recessed cans. They work great but have no chance of getting wet or damp. I also installed a motion sensor so they all go on when we get within 5 feet of the door. The sensor was a pain to install but worth it. Its an indoor sensor but also has no chance of getting wet. Read Less
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I don't see why not, it would be the same as having an incandescent bulb on a porch, ect.
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They are rated for damp locations, so yes.
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Shouldn't be a problem as long as they don't get wet. Best part is they should be at full wattage in the cold which you are not going to get with a fluorescent. I read somewhere that the wavelength of an LED is different than incandescent so it shouldn't attract as many bugs I plan on trying this out on my deck this week. Email me later and I will let you know. My backyard is heavily wooded and it is Read More
Shouldn't be a problem as long as they don't get wet. Best part is they should be at full wattage in the cold which you are not going to get with a fluorescent. I read somewhere that the wavelength of an LED is different than incandescent so it shouldn't attract as many bugs I plan on trying this out on my deck this week. Email me later and I will let you know. My backyard is heavily wooded and it is still hot and humid so there are always plenty of insects to deal with. Read Less
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The specifications for these lamps clearly state "indoor use."
"Outside in a covered area" is something many people do with indoor lamps, but the warranty will be void and your Homeowners Insurance may deny your claim if your house burns down.
Spend a couple of extra bucks on an outdoor lamp unless your bulb is conditionally rated for outdoor use, like "in watertight enclosure" or "protected from
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The specifications for these lamps clearly state "indoor use."
"Outside in a covered area" is something many people do with indoor lamps, but the warranty will be void and your Homeowners Insurance may deny your claim if your house burns down.
Spend a couple of extra bucks on an outdoor lamp unless your bulb is conditionally rated for outdoor use, like "in watertight enclosure" or "protected from weather, moisture and extreme temperature."
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who manufactures these LED's?

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TCP
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TCP is the mfr
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The manufacturer is listed as TCP. I believe their website is www.tcpi.com
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TCP is the manufacturer.
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TCP
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TCP
They also make some cool, but more costly smart bulbs that can be programmed over wifi.
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Technical Consumer Products (or TCP) manufactures, distributes and markets these LED-based lighting products. Check out their various websites for a wealth of technical information.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 5 out of 6 Have Died within 3-yrs The good news is that these bulbs were inexpensive, started fast, has good consistent color and light output. The bad new is that my 5th one out of the 6-pack just died all within 3-yrs of purchase. I see that this light specific 6-pack has since been discontinued and replaced by another, hopefully the reason was quality. TCP was good about replacing the previous 4. I'm not going to bother with the most recent fail or pending 6th. I'm just going to look elsewhere. March 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TCP 65W LED light non-dimmable Bulbs appear great with light consistent with other manufacturers of the same wattage. Construction feels solid. August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Replacement for Incandescent This bulb seems to give off slightly more light than the bulbs I replaced. I like that the light output is extremely similar to the old bulbs. I still haven't seen a full utility bill since replacing all of my incandescent bulbs, but I'm expecting significant savings. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good lights I will be using these bulbs in a business and I'm changing all my regular flood bulbs to led. So far they are really good lights! February 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright,inexpensive LED floods These bulb are much brighter than the incandescent ones they replaced.The price was good,too. March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LED Lights The only negative about these bulbs is that it has their LOGO printed on the actual bulb where you can see it. I would prefer they put their LOGO where it doesn't show when installed. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Look and fit very similar to existing incandescent bulbs. LED bulbs are taking over. And screw-in bulbs are easy to install and use. These particular bulbs have a nice shape to them that make them easier to retrofit into older existing fixtures. I used these on some rooms that had adjustable overhead cans with eyeball directional covers. They were used to highlight a fireplace or mantel or wall bookshelf. The existing bulbs were 65W incandescent. I replaced them with these LED bulbs. The fit was good. From the outside, they look very similar to the bulbs that were replaced. The real test was the light color. These have a 2700K index which is good for indoor use. Don't go above 3000K for indoor use. The color was very similar but not exact to the incandescents they replaced. The light distribution was a little bit different. My old bulbs were more of a Spot-style because of the application (highlighting a room feature). These are more of a flood-style so the light spreads out more. You will notice the minor difference in the photos. Even my spouse likes them (and usually is not into these types of changes). Overall a good retrofit for similar incandescent bulbs. These are not dimmable, but I don't use dimmers anyway. And with the power consumption so low, I like to leave them on a lot more now. Dimming seems unnecessary. January 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TCP LED bulbs Great product at a great price!!! Buy them at Home Depot. March 8, 2016
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