This bulb peaks at about 620 Nm
This bulb peaks at 620 nm
With the Christmas merchandise.
Ive used this bulb for 3 years at Christmas in my outdoor lamp.
Absolutely not. This is a pink light, not a red light. It emits substantionally across the entire visible wave band. It is a white LED with a weak filter over it instead of an actual red LED.
Would be so. Same size of standards bulb
Pretty much all wavelengths - it isn’t red at all. It is a rather light pink. With a spectrograph you can see it emits across the entire visible waveband rather than an actual red LED which would have narrower emission.
Yes, to a point.
I work for an electrical distributor. These LED lamps will flicker if you put them on an INCANDESCENT DIMMER. So if you pop them into a fixture that is attached to a dimmer and did not install a new LED DIMMER, they will flicker. Not an issue with the lamps, its an issue with the dimming wattage being so different between an incandescent and an LED.
Answer is in the description of the product:) it is not dimmable