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12 Volt Halogen Dichroic MR16 (30 Degree Beam) Super Long Life 75 Wattfrom BLV (Model: HDIC75305000)
|Beam Angle||30 Degree|
|Cap/Base Type||2 Pin|
|Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||5000hrs|
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Lumens is a universal scale for brightness of the light bulbs. The higher the Lumen number the brighter the light. In the past wattage has been the way of measuring light output for incandecent and halogen bulbs, so as long as you replaced your…Read More »
There are a few differences between them, firstly they have different cap/base types. The GU10 has a twist and lock mechanism while MR16s push straight in. Another difference is the voltage that they run on. GU10s run on 240v which is exactly the sa…Read More »
The codes for "G Style Cap" light bulbs can seem confusing, the chart below should help to clearly show the differences in the four most popular types (GU4, GZ4, GU10 and GZ10). In order to work out the difference you need to break the code apart. Th…Read More »