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Philips Masterline MR16 12 volt (24 Degree) Closed Front 20 wattfrom Leading Brand (Model: PHMR1612V20W4000H)
Saving up to 40% in energy usage compared to a standard halogen lamp, this Philips Masterline MR16 12 Volt (24 Degree Beam) 20 Watt Spotlight is a high intensity light source ideal for professional, commercial and domestic applications. This closed front lamp features an infrared coating on the inside of the bulb that reflects heat back onto the filament and offers an extended 4000 hour lamp life. This is a high quality lamp that offers constant luminous intensity and constant colour throughout its life.
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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 »
A halogen dichroic light bulb has a reflector that emits the light from the back of the lamp. Used in the wrong downlighter they could cause overheating. You can tell them apart from a ordinary lamp by shining a light at the back of one, if it's dich…Read More »