LED Corn Light Bulb- Durable, Efficient and Energy Saving Light
Versatility is the keyword for the LED corn light bulb better known as energy-saving light.
LED Corn Light Bulbs are a great choice when it comes to LED lighting because they are extremely versatile. They are also frequently used in supermarkets, homes, hotels, hospitals, gardens, and on streets in addition to a variety of other locations. Corn lighting can provide warm, natural, cool, and cold white lighting, which makes it perfect for a variety of settings. Corn Bulbs are known for its energy-saving light and are perfect for settings where high visibility is desired and is the perfect option for retrofit projects because of their adaptability.
Providing comfortable, safe working conditions is absolutely necessary, which is why lighting is one of the major investments for many businesses. Fortunately, your business doesn’t have to rely on costlier fluorescent or incandescent bulbs that lose so much energy to heat. With LED technology, as it’s used in the LED corn bulb, quality lighting can be provided efficiently in your home or business.
So, what are you thinking? Choose and buy Corn lighting for you now!
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can a corn bulb be used in a metal halide fixture without modifications? what wattage would you recommend to replace a 250 watt metal halide lamp output light? this will be used in 12' ceilings.
Hello Thomas. Thank you for your preference. Sorry but the most powerful corn bulb has 150w of power. it is not a good recommendation to replace a 250w power light because you won't be able to have the same illumination for your space. Maybe you can use a dimmer for your 250w light to control the brightness. We hope this information was useful for you.
Why does the 30 watt produce 3600 lumens and the 40 watt produces 3000 lumens?
Sorry for that. It is wrong. We correct it. Thanks for your help.
What is the dimension of the 50 watt bulb. I am looking for something the same size as a 175 watt metal halide bulb, space tight.
I add the size of the lights on our system. You can use the link to get, http://bit.ly/2QgoXKX. But I do not know the size of your 155watt metal halide bulb.