Thank you for the inquiry. It should only be used on 120V circuits only. Light bulbs are designed for use with an analog dimmer and these products may not be compatible with all dimming devices. They should be tested in the application prior to full installations on circuits using such devices. Not for use on timing devices, photosensors, digital dimmers or occupancy sensors. Ensure minimum dimmer load is met for best performance.
Yes, this is suitable for enclosed locations or fixture.
Thank you for the inquiry. The lamp does not carry an enclosed rating. If the fixture is larger & non-airtight, then you could use this bulb and I would not be concerned that the heat would affect the performance. If the fixture is small & airtight, then I would be worried about the heat inside affecting the life of the bulb.
I believe it is much brighter than a 60W incandescent. However not sure if 100W is accurate. The package I have does say 100W equivalent.
The base gets a little warm but the bulb stays cool (touchable). These are nothing like incandescent lights, in that they don't put off anywhere near the heat. Hope this helps.
Thank you for the inquiry. The lamps are out of stock at this time. They will be available soon.
Thank you for the inquiry. The LED bulbs are wattage equivalents to the incandescent versions. For example, this LED has the same light output as a 100w incandescent but is only 7 watts. You can install this lamp in any socket that is rated for 60w since it’s only drawing 7 watts. You cannot exceed the actual wattage rating for the socket so you could not put 100w incandescent in that socket but LED is no problem since so much lower wattage.
Thank you for the inquiry. The ST19 bulb is longer than a standard A19. Typically almost 5" vs 4.25" for an A19. They will go in the same medium base. Essentially they just have a different asthetic. Commonly used for a more decorative look in farmhouse and industrial style lighting.