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50 Watt Halogen Par 25 240 Volt (Flood Light Beam)

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Beam Angle
30 Degrees

26-27mm ES/E27

Cap/Base Type
Edison Screw

Colour Temp
2700 K

80 mm


85 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

Leading Brand


Light Bulb

220-240 Volt

50 W

50 Watt Halogen Par 25 240 Volt (Flood Light Beam) from Leading Brand

Model: HPAR25FL50

This Par25 Flood Beam reflector lamp is rated at 50 Watts and runs off mains voltage, making it a perfect replacement for an energy hungry halogen reflector lamp. Fully dimmable via a standard dimmer switch this bulb emits a crisp sparkling light perfectly suited to precision or decorative lighting in retail, commercial and domestic applications. Offering a 2500 hour lamp life, twice that of an incandescent bulb.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 50 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 30 Degrees
Colour Temp 2700 K
Diameter 80 mm
Length 85 mm
Cap/Base Type Edison Screw
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2500 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Cap/Base 26-27mm ES/E27

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Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

50PAR25FL240 H003


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