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150 Watt JD Tungsten Halogen 110 Volt Small Bayonet Cap

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Part No: JD110150SBC

Beam Angle
360 Degrees

15mm Ba15d/SBC

Cap/Base Type
Small Bayonet Cap

Colour Temp
3000 K

15 mm


60 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

2400 lm

Leading Brand


Light Bulb

110-130 Volt

150 W

150 Watt JD Tungsten Halogen 110 Volt Small Bayonet Cap from Leading Brand

Model: JD110150SBC

This 110 Volt Tubular JD Tungsten Halogen light bulb is rated at 150 Watts, an ideal energy efficient alternative to an incandescent lamp, saving 20% on energy usage. Offering a crisp white halogen light this lamp has an E11 Screw in base and lasts 2000 hours, twice that of an incandescent bulb. This bulb is perfectly suited to display lighting in museums, retail and domestic applications.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Tubular
Technology Halogen
Wattage 150 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 360 Degrees
Lumens 2400 lm
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 15 mm
Length 60 mm
Cap/Base Type Small Bayonet Cap
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2000 hrs
Voltage 110-130 Volt
Warranty 1 Year
Cap/Base 15mm Ba15d/SBC

Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

J120-150SBC C120


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What are the different types of light bulbs?

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