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3W E14 Flared Candle LED

Product Code: SLE143WWW

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Product Information

3W (25W) · E14 · Flared Candle · Clear · Non-Dimmable · Warm White · 300lm · 20,000 hrs

3W E14 Flared Candle LED

This flared candle LED requires a mere 3W of power to emit a light akin to that of a 25W filament alternative, saving you over 80% in energy costs without compromising your decor. With a rated life of 20,000 hours, this non-dimmable option boasts superb longevity and represents a genuinely cost effective way of providing consistent ornamental lighting, in a range of settings.

Fitting: E14 Approx. Equivalent: 25W
Power Consumption: 3W Input Power (v): 240
Lumens: 300lm Power Factor: N/A
Useful Lumens: N/A Colour Temperature (k): 3000
Beam Angle: N/A CRI: N/A
Dimmable: No Warm-up Time: Instant
Life Expectancy (hrs): 20000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 35 x 110mm
Switching Cycles: N/A Certification:

CE CertificationRoHS Certification

Product Code: SLE143WWW Warranty: 2 Years
ErP Compliant: N/A
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