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Aurora Energy Saving 63mm Dia 11 Watt Warm White (50 Watt Alternative)

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This item was discontinued on 7th September, 2021

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GU10 LED Bulbs

Beam Angle
36 Degrees

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
3000 K

64 mm


Equivalent Wattage
50 W

88 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

500 lm


Reflector/Spotlight Type

Energy Saving

Light Bulb

220-240 Volt

11 W

Aurora Energy Saving 63mm Dia 11 Watt Warm White (50 Watt Alternative) from Aurora

Model: AU-GUF4011/30

The Aurora Energy Saving GU10 light bulb is the ideal retrofit for a standard halogen GU10 lamp. This lamp features a Warm White colour temperature and is rated at 11 Watts. The 11W output is the equivalent of a 60W standard halogen bulb. This lamp features an 8,000 hour lamp life.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Energy Saving
Wattage 11 W
Manufacturer Aurora
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Non-Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage 50 W
Beam Angle 36 Degrees
Lumens 500 lm
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 64 mm
Length 88 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 10000 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Warranty 1 Year
CRI Rating < 80
Energy Efficiency Rating B
Reflector/Spotlight Type GU10
Fitting Rating Enclosed

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Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

GUF4011/30 G069


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