A: No, these are not recommended for enclosed fixtures.
A: No, with a 100 watt equivalent bulb that is all you can get. To get the 3 modes you need the bulb itself needs to have the contact points on the base socket to align with the lamp itself and have the 3 modes built into it.
A: No, these are dimmable but do not have 3 different contacts to work as a 3 way bulb.
A: Do not know about that, sorry can’t answer. should have led three way bulbs just guessing
A: These work like regular non 3 way bulbs.Where you click twice at times and once other times. Just on and off. For a real 3 way socket, you want a bulb with an extra ring in the bottom that allows you to turn on 50, then 100, then both for 150w.
A: Yes, if the bulb base (A9) fits. It's better to get the proper bulbs, usually base R30 or BR30 for better light dispersion, although they cost more.
A: You can but i would recommend matching the manufactures specifications for type/size/style.
A: Yes, you can however I would use a flood type light with the same wattage equality as 65 or 70 watts. You will get better dispersion of light. I have 7 of those over the island in our Kitchen, I replaced the tungsten bulbs 3 years ago and have much more light and very little heat.
A: You could by why not use the type of bulbs that were designed for recessed lighting fixtures like the BR30 bulb. Comes in dimable or not dimable LED . That is what I used in all of my recessed lighting fixtures.
A: Yes,just don't exceed rhe wattage of the can.
A: LEDs produce a fraction of the heat that standard bulbs do so if heat is a concern in the cans, the LEDs should cause no issues and in fact will as stated produce less heat with comparable or increased lighting.
A: Don't know why you couldn't although it might not look right. Eco smart also has reflector type bulbs that would look better in a can light fixture. I use them and can't tell the difference except for lower electric bill.
A: No, it is not recommended to use these bulbs in can lighting fixtures.
A: Be careful if the fan is designed for 2 60 watts replacing with 2 100 watts maybe a safety hazard. Better idea would be to replace with 2 LED bulbs rated 75 watts or 100 watts which probably is less wattage than 2 60 watt incadescent bulbs.
A: I think it should be fine. the bulb generated very little heat
A: If you use the LED light bulbs, draw much less wattage and are cooler, so you should be OK. Note, key is they are the LED equivalents and not Incandescent 100s.
A: Assuming the fan instructions are referencing incandescent bulbs, which they probably are, it is limiting the maximum wattage. The 100 watt LED bulb uses much less wattage than 2 60 watt incandescent bulbs PLUS give off almost no heat. I am no electrician but would use the 100 watt LED bulbs. Less electricity used and brighter than incandescent 60 watt.
A: Yes, LEDs, even 100-watt rated ones, are low wattage and don't produce a lot of heat. Be sure to check if your fan needs small bulb size and accept dimming bulbs & buy accordingly