|Bulb Diameter (In.)||2.4||Product Height (in.)||4 in|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||2700||Actual Color Temperature (K)||2700|
|Average Life (hours)||25000||Bulb Type||Household|
|Bulb Type||Household||Color Rendering Index (CRI)||80|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor||Light Bulb Base Type||Medium|
|Light Bulb Features||Dimmable, Energy Saving||Light Bulb Shape Code||A19|
|Lighting Technology||LED||Lumens (Brightness)||800|
|Number of Bulbs Included||6||Returnable||90-Day|
|Wattage Equivalence||60 Watt|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited 10-Year Warranty|
A: I have had one of these bulbs in an enclosed fixture over my stair case for the past couple of years. I have not had any problems with it, while compact fluorescent bulbs did not last there.
A: It SAYS they are ("indoor/outdoor enclosed use") but I would suggest NOT using these for enclosed fixtures. I used them in enclosed hallway ceiling fixtures and had one bulb fail in 6 months and the other bulbs got EXTREMELY hot with minimal use. So hot that I'm concerned it could potentially be a fire hazard and I'm swapping the bulbs for another brand!
A: they carry the EcoSmart bright white which is as close to the kelvin temp range as you are going to get to cool white
A: LED lamps are rated by "heat ranges" and a cool white type LED would be in the 4000k range (daylight would be in the 5000k range). I believe Home Depot does carry at least some "cool white" type LEDs of around 4000K. If they don't carry the particular lamps you're looking for, maybe request them.