We actually had a problem with ours flickering but I’m guessing it’s because I have 16 per chandelier. They flickered in the mid range, but worked at the high and low range great
No, these bulbs run off over 115V AC. Most likely your system is a 12V DC system. If you wanted to install a fixture of lights in something like an RV, you could run an inverter to convert the 12V DC to 115V AC.
Yes, the actual wattage of these bulbs is much much lower than the 60-Watt equivalent rating. See the product specifications for actual wattage to double check, but as long as you are below the 35W rating, any bulb should be fine. Though I would look for a lower wattage equivalent LED bulb since these might be way too bright for a setup like an RV, unless there is a dimmer.
Any LED compatible dimmer from Lutron or Leviton is recommended.
No, this is a standard LED bulb. No HUB is required.
See have these in two, three bulb chandeliers and the are not very hot.
The size E-12 is another term for candelabra screw base. A T-6 bulb is tubular shaped. A spherical or flame shaped bulb even with the correct size base might be too fat to fit in the fixture.
Yes absolutely these would work with a 3 way touch lamp. Been using mine for years and no issues.
Yes, if the fixture sockets are the matcing size.h If the bulb becomes loose all by itself that usually means the socket was ill made or damaged.
It is still possible to run into a particular make and style of dimmable LED or CFL light bulb that does not work with a particular make and model of LED or CFL compatible dimmer switch. Sometimes it has to do with a minimum total watts drawn by the light bulbs and putting an incandescent bulb in one of a group of sockets is enough to make the minimum watts draw and then the dimmer works okay.