Yes this is absolutely safe. I don;t know the exact amount but it is only using around 16 watts as an LED
Wendell My answer is NO! As far as I know, you need Alexa compatible smart light bulbs, and these are not. Please check https://www.homedepot.com/s/alexa%2520compatible%2520smart%2520light%2520buobs?NCNI-5
Miker: You might want to talk to an associate at your local Home Depot or possibly an electrician. I haven't had that problem with mine. I hope that helps, Hank
Yes. Not too bright. Not too dim.
Please look at the specific requirements of your clamp light.
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Yes, these bulbs operate much cooler and should work given you have clearance for the bulb.
I am not sure, but I would think so.
R30 bulbs are a style made to reflect (it's what the "R" stands for) more light to the front of the bulb (kind of like a flood light). The "30" stands for the diameter of the bulb. These bulbs will fit into your fixture no problem and not cause any damage. The only difference might be the amount of light that projects from the fixture. My guess, is that your fixture is along the lines of a recessed canister light or something similar like a spot light (completely enclosed around the sides). Either way, they will not hurt the fixture at all because they are LED and produce VERY little heat. The warning label saying to "use R30 bulbs only" is based on the assumption that a normal incandescent bulb will be used (which radiates A LOT of heat.