No. They die in my refrigerator after just a few days.
Thank you for your question. The dimming is controlled by the light switch, so it would depend on the fixture manufacture (how it is wired) and the light switch specifications. The bulb on its own being dimmed would not affect the fan.
The sales blurb at the top of this page clearly states that the lamp is SAFE for enclosed indoor lights, but a previous respondent states that they are NOT SAFE for enclosed lamps. I guess I'll just have to purchase a pair and test the light output temperature in my bathroom/fan fixture. When I installed the light/fan unit that I purchased from Home Depot, I set it up so the light and fan are on separate switches. I want to retain that capability.
The bulbs are 3 inches long. They're the size of what is sometimes referred to as an appliance bulb.
Most dimmers designed for incandescent or halogen bulbs will work with these but some don't, or don't well (buzzing, flickering, or can't dim to low light levels). I've had good luck with these with the dimmers I've used, various Lutron or Leviton dimmers mostly
Thank you for your question. These LED bulbs do not give off the heat of traditional incandescent and are ok for enclosed places (i.e. under glass domes.
no, it's 5000K (daylight balanced). Cool bluish light, like the sun shining through a window on a bright day.