A: This bulb requires 120V and will not work on a 12v system.
A: I don't know the answer. If I were to guess you could find the answer in the technical data regarding what type of bulb is compatible with your 12 volt device.
A: No 115
A: Hi - I a not sure what you are referring to in regards to "type c" for this LED bulb. I would suggest reaching out to us at 1-800-555-0050 where we can help you out with greater detail.
A: Yes you can. I have them with no dimmer switch.
A: Yes - you can absolutely use this without a standard on/off light switch. Just note that these bulbs are not rated to be used in completely enclosed fixtures.
A: yes love the lights becareful the bottoms are different when you replace
A: The soft white are the only answer. That’s what a dimmer switch is designed for. I have used a dimmer switch in many instances if the light is to bright.
A: Hi Bernie - If the bulbs are too bright and you don't want to use a dimmer, I would suggest looking for a lower wattage bulb that will not produce as much light. Perhaps a 40 watt equivalent LED bulb would be a better fit. As for the color being too white, I would recommend looking for a Soft White (2700K) bulb. This will be a much softer color than a daylight 5000K bulb.