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Philips CorePro 9W E27 GLS LED



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Philips CorePro 9W E27 GLS LED

Product Code: SL4754

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Was £6.69 9W (60W) · E27 · GLS · Frosted · Non-Dimmable · Warm White · 806lm · 15,000 hrs

9W (60W) · E27 · GLS · Frosted · Non-Dimmable · Warm White · 806lm · 15,000 hrs

The CorePro line of LED bulbs from Philips is designed to provide a comprehensive range of alternatives for those wanting to refit their home or business with LED technology.

This 9W A60 version is designed to retrofit directly into lamp holders with an Edison Screw/ES fitment, replacing a 60W GLS filament bulb with no additional rewiring or effort required of any sort. It produces the same brightness and warm white light as a 60W bulb, so simply removing your older version and screwing this one into its place will yield an immediate benefit with minimum fuss.

The bulb's frosted finish obscures its LED componentry and lends it a traditional aesthetic that can't be told apart from older filament versions. However, this same technology allows the bulb to use up to 80% less energy and thereby slash your lighting bill by a comparable amount.

Replacement costs are also minimised, with a 15,000 hour rate lifetime eclipsing the 1,000 hours of older bulbs and drastically reducing the number of times each one needs to be replaced.

A Bayonet Cap version of this bulb is also available.

Core benefits in a nutshell:

  • Vastly superior lifetime of 15,000 hours
  • 80% improvement in efficiency
  • Less heat
  • Excellent luminous efficacy and colour rendering
  • A+ energy rating
  • Directly retrofits to existing E27 fixtures
  • Fitting: E27 Approx. Equivalent: 60W
    Power Consumption: 9W Input Power (v): 240
    Lumens: 806lm Power Factor: 0.5
    Useful Lumens: N/A Colour Temperature (k): 2700
    Beam Angle: N/A CRI: 80
    Dimmable: No Warm-up Time: Instant
    Life Expectancy (hrs): 15,000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 60 x 110
    Switching Cycles: 50,000 Certification:

    CE CertificationRoHS Certification

    Product Code: SL4754 Warranty: 2 Years
    ErP Compliant: N/A
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