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The Wattage of the light is the amount of energy it takes to produce a certain amount of light. The higher the wattage, the brighter the light, but also the more power it uses. The efficiency of this system was introduced using incandescent lamps.
Volts listed refer to the force of electricity that is going into the bulb from a battery or electrical outlet. Some bulbs are more suited to one force of electricity or another. Common voltages are 120V, 130V, or very low-voltage bulbs like 12V.
Lumens are the basic unit for measuring brightness, just as the gram is a basic unit for measuring mass. A typical light bulb in your home might produce about 1000 lumens.
The color temperature of a lamp is a measure of the "warmth" or "coldness" of the light that it produces. Lamps that produce a warm or yellowish light have a lower color temperature rating . Lamps producing a pure white or bluish tinged light have a higher color temperature.
Beam Angle is the spread of a directional light source, in degrees. A small beam angle (e.g. 30°) would have a very narrow, focused beam of light, while a light with a larger beam angle (e.g. 120°) would cover a much wider area.
Whether or not this product meets certain standards of energy efficiency.
Where this product is best suited for its intended use.
The amount of light bulbs that come in one order.
The <strong>color rendering index</strong> is a scale that measures how accurately a light source reproduces the colors of the environment around it. It is measured up to 100, where 100 is perfect reproduction. The CRI of standard LEDs is around 80. CRI is an important characteristic for many types of commercial lighting, such as in retail displays, galleries, and for photography studios.
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