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|par30 15 watt|
Megaman Energy Saving Par 30 15W Warm White ES (75W Alternative)from Megaman
Megaman reflector low energy bulbs are designed to be a genuine retro fit to existing refelctor lamps. These lamps are an ideal solution in new installations where energy consumption is important. This Megaman reflector energy saving bulb is 15w and equates to a standard 75w bulb. These low energy bulbs give a 70% reduction in heat output, 80% saving in energy consumption and a 90% decrease in UV output. They are the best solution for instant energy saving in retro fit applications.
These energy saving reflector lamps are designed to be a genuine retro fit for a standard reflector light bulb.
The latest advances in light ouput and colour rendering mean that you are getting a high quality energy saving replacment.
The green line! These Megaman energy saving reflector lamps are specially designed to be environmentally friendly.
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £108.00
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
|Cap/Base Type||Screw In|
|Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Energy Efficient Rating||A|
|Equivalent Wattage||75 W|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||15000hrs|
|Old Megaman Part Number||163120|
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