A unit of electrical power. It indicates the rate at which the lamp consumes energy.
The base mechanically holds the lamp in place. It directly or indirectly conducts electricity from the circuit to the lamp.
A measure of the quantity of light emitted by a lamp.
A number, measured in Kelvin, indicating the degree of "yellowness" or "blueness" of a white light source. The higher the color temperature the white, or bluer, the light will be.
|Average Life (hrs)||200 hours|
|Maximum Overall Length (in)||1.97 in|
The ESY-W halogen bulb features 150 watts and 120 volts. The filament is a CC-6 and the base is a 2-pin G6.35. It has an average life of approximately 200 hours, a color temperature of 3200 Kelvin, and an output of 3300 lumens.
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