Thanks for visiting! If you are looking for LED Spotlight Bulb, this MR16 3000-3500K 350-400Lumen 12V 5x1W AC DC LED Spotlight Bulb is a perfect choice! Add accent lightning to any room or fixture with LED spotlight bulbs that replaces any standard light bulb. LED Spotlight is normally installed in entertainment venues, such as theaters and nightclubs, but can also be seen in the home or in shopping areas. The Spotlight Bulb found in spotlights tends to be much larger and run hotter than regular light bulbs due to their higher energy requirements, but they are changed in much the same manner as regular bulbs. This 5x1W LED Spotlight Bulb Spotlight features 5 LEDs for a remarkable glowing illumination and projects an extremely bright light.
## Product Description
Color Temperature: 3000-3500K
Working Voltage: 12V
LED: 5x1W LED
Material: PBT Base& Aluminum
LED Spotlight has low consumption and high brightness
Light up large rooms - save money and energy with the LED Spotlight
The LED Spotlightproduces clear light and will last years longer than traditional lights
LED Spotlight is perfect for down lighting, display lighting, accent lighting
Change bulbs less frequently, LED Spotlight is ideal for hard to reach places
Energy efficient and low watt usage, resulting in money saved by lowered utility costs
LED Spotlight Bulbs stays cool and doesn't heat up even after extended lighting
Light up large rooms - save money and energy with the 5LEDS Spotlight Bulb, produces clear light and will last years longer than traditional lights
Replaces standard, incandescent, and halogen bulbs. Energy efficient and low watt usage, resulting in money saved by lowered utility costs
This 5x1W LED Spotlight Bulb Spotlight features 5 LEDs for a remarkable glowing illumination and projects an extremely bright light
Benefits of LED:
High durability - no filament or tube to break
Low power consumption - reduces overall electricity bill
Compact size compared to filament light bulbs
Low heat generation, very little parasitic energy loss
A light-emitting-diode lamp is a solid-state lamp that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as the source of light. The term "LED lightbulb" is also colloquially used. "LED lamp" may in general refer to conventional semiconductor light-emitting diodes, to organic LEDs (OLED), or polymer light-emitting diodes (PLED) devices, although OLED and PLED technologies are not commercially available in 2010
Since the light output of individual light-emitting diodes is small compared to incandescent and compact fluorescent lamps, multiple diodes are often used together. In recent years, as diode technology has improved, high power light-emitting diodes with higher lumen output are making it possible to replace other lamps with LED lamps. One high power LED chip used in some commercial LED lights can emit 7527 lumens while using only 100 watts. LED lamps can be made interchangeable with other types of lamps
Diodes use direct current (DC) electrical power, so LED lamps must also include internal circuits to operate from standard AC voltage. LEDs are damaged by being run at higher temperatures, so LED lamps typically include heat management elements such as heat sinks and cooling fins. LED lamps offer long service life and high energy efficiency, but initial costs are higher than those of fluorescent lamps
How to Change Spotlight Bulbs:
Changing spotlight bulbs is a little more involved than changing a simple light bulb. A spotlight is a powerful beam of light that shines on a specific limited area, and is most often used in a theater. The main difference between these bulbs and standard light bulbs is the size and the heat they produce. Both aspects are cause for caution when changing them.
Turn the power off to the light socket. If the bulb is intact and simply burnt out then turning the light switch off is sufficient. If the bulb has broken then you will want to unplug the fixture or switch the power off at the circuit breaker.
Let the bulb and fixture cool. Spotlights generate an intense amount of heat. Before working with the fixture, give it at least ten minutes after shutting off to cool.
Remove the old bulb. If the bulb is still intact simply turn it counterclockwise by hand until it comes free from the fixture. If the bulb is recessed than you can use a small plunger to grip the bulb and turn it. If the spotlight bulb is cracked or broken you will need to use a pair of rubber-coated pliers. Reach the pliers down to the base of the light bulb and slowly turn the broken bulb counterclockwise until it comes free.
Wrap the old spotlight bulb in old newspaper and discard it in the trash.
* 1 x 3000-3500K 350-400Lumen 12V 5x1W AC DC LED Spotlight Bulb