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Aurora Energy Saving GU10 11 Watt Warm White (60 Watt Alternative)

This is a 11 W GU10 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Very Warm White (827) light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 22nd November, 2016

Recommended alternative:
Crompton 5.5W Non-Dimmable LED Long Barrel GU10 Cool White (11W CFL Alternative)

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Cap/Base
GU10

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
2700 K

Diameter
50 mm

Dimming?
Non-Dimmable

Equivalent Wattage
35 W

Length
78 mm

Light Bulb Type
Reflectors/Spotlights

Light Colour
Very Warm White (827)

Lumens
250 lm

Manufacturer
Aurora

Type
Light Bulb

Wattage
11 W

Aurora Energy Saving GU10 11 Watt Warm White (60 Watt Alternative) from Aurora

Model: AU-GUF11/27

Offering savings of 80% in energy consumption and a 10,000 hour lamp life this Energy Saving 11 Watt GU10 light bulb is a direct retrofit replacement for a standard halogen GU10 lamp. This Very Warm White bulb offers high power at low energy.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Wattage 11 W
Manufacturer Aurora
Light Colour Very Warm White (827)
Dimming? Non-Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage 35 W
Lumens 250 lm
Colour Temp 2700 K
Diameter 50 mm
Length 78 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 30000 hrs
Cap/Base GU10

Associated Product Barcodes

5055155433017

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Do energy saving bulbs flicker when you turn them on?

Thu May 2007

Yes, they do slightly but unlike early energy saver lamps a few years ago, the latest designs generally include electronic rapid start circuitry to make the lamp light in less than 1 second with virtually no flickering.Energy saving light bulbs come ...

Don't energy saving light bulbs give a harsh light?

Thu May 2007

Some older designs had quite a high "colour temperature" which may be perceived as "colder" but many energy saving lamps now use a "warm white" coating to make the light very similar to a normal incandescent bulb.

How long do energy saving light bulbs take to "warm up"?

Thu May 2007

The latest compact fluorescent lamps "warm up" very much faster than older designs, typically reaching 95% of their full light output in under a minute.

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