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90W Equivalent Soft White (3000K) PAR38 LED Light Bulb (2-Pack)

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The TCP 17-Watt (90W) Soft White LED PAR38 Flood Light Bulb (2-Pack) uses 85% less energy than a 90-Watt incandescent PAR light bulb while saving you over $200 over the lifetime of the bulb. This bulb can be used indoors and outdoors, and is ideal for use with recessed, track, and outdoor security lighting applications. The estimated energy cost of this bulb is only $2.05 a year.

  • Brightness: 1,050 Lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $2.05 (based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light Appearance: 3000K (Soft White)
  • Energy Used: 17-Watts (equivalent to 90-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 61.7
  • Contains mercury: N
  • Uses 81% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lighting application: indoor/outdoor; Ideal for use with track, recessed and security lighting
  • Par38 shape with a medium base
  • Dimmable: N

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Is it dimmable?

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September 16, 2014
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Not this model. There are several other models which are.
'Dimmable' appears in the description on those bulbs which can be dimmed.
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No. It says non-dimmable on the box.
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May 21, 2014
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No, not dimmable.
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why does this bulb start to flutter when on for a long time

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September 13, 2014
Electrican put in Electronic Led Dimmers to control led ceiling lighting.
bulb package says 1000-001-423 ecosmart soft white BR40 90w replacement uses only 14w

are the bulbs defective

Why do the bulbs start to blink when on for a while

Whats the problem
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Quite likely you are using non-dimmable bulbs. The dimmable TCP lights usually use 17w - if you put them on a normal switch, or change the bulbs to dimmable, you should have better results.
Lights which are dimmable include 'dimmable' in the description, and usually state dimmable prominently on the package. I have found no issues with these lights on a normal switch.
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Quite likely you are using non-dimmable bulbs. The dimmable TCP lights usually use 17w - if you put them on a normal switch, or change the bulbs to dimmable, you should have better results.
Lights which are dimmable include 'dimmable' in the description, and usually state dimmable prominently on the package. I have found no issues with these lights on a normal switch.
I have had a similar experience to your's when I put non-dimmable LED's on a dimmer switch, changing to dimmable bulbs solved it.
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Remember dimmer compatibility is a real issue with LEDs try them in a fixture without the dimmer. If they work OK them the dimmer is incompatible............
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How well do these flood lights work outdoors in winter cold weather

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sometimes temps go below 0 F in the winter here. will these lights come on bright and do they project a beam of light the destance as a regular flood light?
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We haven't gone below zero since i installed the lights but they are instantaneous even when temperatures are in the low teens. Our CFL lights took a while to reach full brightness at these temperatures. I expect the LEDs will be fine next winter.
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Hello Rick. LED lights are not effected by temperature. These lights will project light the same amount as their incandescent equivalent.
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What is the angle of flood for this bulb?

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A lot of "Flood" LED bulbs are 25 degrees. Thats really a spot light, A flood should be at least 40 degrees. I found a lot of LED floods are actually spots, so the room has a spot light in the center, and the light isn't distributed across the room.

This is a specification that should be provided for all PAR bulbs!
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40 degrees
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Needs to be softer This light is replacing a CFL 120 W unit , now only 90 in use, but the Shine and glare off the Stainless Steel appliances is a bit much, but a perfect fit in the CR38 fixture. Watching online for more of a 75W soft white bulb as the overall replacement. Experimentation is the only name in the game. :-) October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent replacement bulb Bright replacement for PAR 38 flood that maintains the look of incandescent lens unlike the majority of LED bulbs on the market. Keeps the look that you are accustomed to, provides light, does not generate the heat of the incandescent and uses less electricity. Excellent bulb. January 26, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Using it in basement on top of my ping pong table I purchased this product to use it as recessed lighting in my basement over the top of my ping pong table. Thought it will illuminate the whole ping pong table area as I used two over two sides of the table but isn't to be so. May be they are not good for this purpose. I previously used 40W equivalent LEDs bulbs in the same area. These ones certainly provided more lighting but I did not get double the effect of a 40W equivalent. The quality seems to be good but I am going to have to add additional lights in my basement. these 90W equivalent did not help. used this produce for couple of weeks so far. I would not recommend these for the similar uses as what I got them for. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Possum does not like them! My husband watched an episode of Holmes on Home last year where he said bugs did not like LED's. We purchased a old house with flood lights in the back and a creek running behind us. I wanted some LED floods but they were so expensive. I go these because they were cheap. Wow they are great. Nice bright white light. I have noticed bugs are not drawn to them, maybe because of the yellow middle? The funniest part is our sassy little wild possum. When it trips the remote light in the middle of the night it hides around the corner looking at them. It never did that with the old floods. I think I will buy some more. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great replacement for incandescent flood lights I replaced (4) 150-Watt incandescent flood lights in my back yard with four of these that use about 1/10th the power and put out 90-Watt equivalent. I was happy that I could tell no difference in the illumination of my backyard. It is as bright with these as it was with 150-Watt flood light bulbs. I am very happy with these. I prefer LED lighting using a bulb socket to the outdoor lighting that requires you replace the whole fixture. These work great for replacing older PAR38 lights. They are indoor/outdoor and well sealed but they recommend they be installed in an inclosed fixture as opposed to out in the open. December 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Saves energy but not as bright as anticipated This lights appears to be of good quality and hopefully will last. I have only had them installed for two weeks. Previously I had two 90W flood lights installed in this location. I installed two of these lights and the area is not as bright as with the 90W bulbs. My estimation is between 70% and 80% of the previous brightness. These bulbs are mounted 8 feet above the ground, as were the previous bulbs. The good side is they should save energy. I am recommending the bulbs because their rated lumens is below the previous lights. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WOW Can't believe how bright these are compared to the CFL spots we had and 0 warm up. I got tired of turning on the lights when I let dogs out at night and having them not come on until after the dogs were already done with their business. I put 2 of these in and now not only is it brighter than an afternoon in July in my yard ,but I think my neighbor whose house is about 200' behind ours is going to need to install nuclear blinds on his back windows to protect his family from radiation burns. April 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by provides excellent lighting coverage using this product in a 2 bulb fixture over the garage door provides excellent lighting for security purposes and has to be much more economical than the regular flood lights that i replaced. the LED coverage is more than ample. the bulbs aren't cheap (but what decent quality LED bulbs are?) but are worth it if they last as advertised. only time will tell however i have been using similar bulbs in other outdoor application with great success, so i'm not particularly concerned. April 29, 2014
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