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

Lumens 385
This is a 11 W GU10 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Warm White (830) light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 10th December, 2015

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Part No: AU-DGUF4011/30

Cap Type
GU10

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
3000 K

Diameter
64 mm

Dimming?
Dimmable

Equivalent Wattage
50 W

Length
92 mm

Light Bulb Type
Reflectors/Spotlights

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

Lumens
385 lm

Manufacturer
Aurora

Type
Light Bulb

Wattage
11 W

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

Model: AU-DGUF4011/30

This Aurora Dimmable Energy Saving GU10 spotlight has a 63mm diameter and is a direct replacement for a halogen 63mm GU10 light bulb. Offering an 80% reduction in energy usage and a staggering 30,000 hour lamp life this CFL takes energy efficiency to a new level.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Wattage 11 W
Manufacturer Aurora
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage 50 W
Lumens 385 lm
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 64 mm
Length 92 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 30000 hrs
Cap Type GU10

Associated Product Barcodes

5055155455705

Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

AU-DGUF4011/30

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