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  • EnergyBrite, MR16 5W 12v LED Bulb 24x 5050SMD LED's GU5.3 Warm White 3000k--120Beam Angle--50-60W Equivalent--Ø50×50mm Same Size as Halogen,Energy Saving
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EnergyBrite, MR16 5W 12v LED Bulb 24x 5050SMD LED's GU5.3 Warm White 3000k--120Beam Angle--50-60W Equivalent--Ø50×50mm Same Size as Halogen,Energy Saving [Energy Class A]


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  • High lumen output LED Light Bulbs Standard Household Base With CE RoHS approval
  • High Power LED Bulb Built-in 24pcs SMD 5050 Super bright Epistar LED chips
  • Only 5 Watts Power Consumption, 480 Lumens, Use around 90% less Energy (Compared to 60 Watt Halogen)
  • High light transmittance lens, offers soft and uniform white light
  • Suitable for residential and commercial.
  • The 12V LED lamp work with all types of magnetic transformers but not all electronic transformers, because many electronic transformers require a minimum load higher than 4 watt. So we recommend you check your fixture track and change power LED power supply if necessary. When you find the LED lamp flickering or even go out after just a few second, that's mean your transformer is not fit.
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Technical Details
Brand EnergyBrite
Item Weight41 g
Product Dimensions6 x 5 x 5 cm
Item model numberMR56
Part Number MR56
Number of Items1
Colour Warm White
Shape Reflector
Voltage 12 volts
Specific Uses Indoor use only
Light Direction Downlight
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Type of Bulb LED
Cap Type GU5.3
EU Energy Efficiency Label A
Luminous Flux 480
Wattage 5 watts
Wattage 5 watts
Incandescent Equivalent 60 watts
Colour Temperature 3000 Kelvin
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) 85
Average Life 35000 hours
Average Life 30000 hours
Bulb Diameter 50 millimetres
Bulb Length 50 millimetres
Beam Angle 120 degrees
Start Up Time Instant
Warm Up Time Instant
Lamp Power Factor 1
Lamp Power Factor 1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CNVM9NA
Best Sellers Rank 7,489 in Lighting (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41 g
Date First Available5 May 2013
  
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1 year replacement warranty

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1 x BULB

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Dey on 18 Sept. 2013
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I bought one of the EnergyBrite (Amazon ASIN: B00CNVM9NA) and one of the SuperLED (Amazon ASIN: B008U6S48Q) to trial before committing to further purchases.

I installed them both in my bathroom alongside 2 50 Watt halogen lamps.

Both LED Lamps are working OK and both LED Lamps seem to be as bright as the 2 Halogen lamps. It's hard to say for sure if the LEDs are brighter or dimmer than the Halogens and it's hard to say which of the 2 LED Lamps is the brightest. The SuperLED @ 5.5Watts uses 10% more power than the EnergyBrite @ 5.0Watts so I am a little surprised the light levels seem to be the same

The main difference is the face of the lamps. The SuperLED is covered by glass and the EnergyBrite isn't covered (no glass, it's possible to touch the individual LEDs).

I am going to buy more or both lamps. SuperLED lamps for the bathroom and kitchen because I feel more comfortable with the glass covered lamp. EnergyBrite for the spare bedroom & study room as these lamps seem to use less power.

EDIT:
I have fully replaced all of the halogens in my spare bedroom with these lamps and it is now really clear that the halogens I replaced were brighter. These lamps are fine for the spare bedroom but they are not going to be bright enough to replace the halogens in my study. I will have to find something brighter for the study.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By OSpevack on 17 Feb. 2014
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I bought these in July 13 as a replacement for the 50w halogen bulbs in my kitchen.

Firstly, they are not as bright (but not a million miles off) as the halogens;

Secondly, the light is very sterile - no one will look anywhere near their best under this light (i'm sure this isn't the bulb's fault - i have warm white in my living room which is far more forgiving and pleasant);

Thirdly, i directly replaced the MR16s i had - and have spent the last 7 months trying to figure out why a few of my television channels on my Virgin Media TiVo box are distorted. i stumbled upon the answer when i switched off the 12v LED lights - all 12v bulbs give some serious feedback which messes about with TV signal. The solutions are: 1) replace all transformers with iron cored 12v LED transformers (not cheap); 2) see if a ferrite ring around each power cable will reduce interference to an acceptable level (long winded and may now work); 3) buy GU10 fittings, remove the transformers all together, and purchase 240v GU10 bulbs (which seems the easiest).

Its probably my fault for not researching properly, but suffice to say, i'm not using the bulbs now - they are gathering dust, and i have had to buy LED bulbs twice. in the grand scheme of things, i have spent more on LED conversion than the energy saving i would have over 12v halogens for at least the next 6 years.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Streagan on 18 Oct. 2013
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I wrote a critical review of this product previously. I am correcting it now. When I first bought the product I put it in and the light was unsatisfactory. I recently decided to move the bulb to an out-of-the-way spot. The light was VERY bright. I have used another one and it is also very bright. If you are having trouble with yours try and reseat it in its plug, reverse the pins, etc. until you get a good light. We are now very impressed. This is brighter than halogen and produces a bright, strong, white light. It is NOT soft and warm. You should choose something different for that effect.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Latent on 10 Feb. 2014
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Despite the general hype these are not, yet, direct replacements for tungsten halogen 50 Watt lamps. Warm white are a more comfortable colour than white perhaps but are not quite as bright.
They are worth a try though and at 5 Watts are cheaper to run than 50 Watt units, especially when you have 10 of them in your kitchen ceiling and children and partners can't be bother to switch them off!
There might be a conflict with the transformers however, although if you put several on one transformer you wont get anywhere near the maximum load. One lamp may not be sufficient to energise the transformer. Special LED transformers are different.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miner49er on 20 Nov. 2014
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Led bulbs are all good and well. What they don't tell you is you need an LED transformer. These are quite cheap but a hell of a job to fit. If you don't use a transformer, your LED bulbs will flicker, badly in most cases. Some Led bulbs are now being produced with "anti flicker chips" built in but these are really expensive. Led bulbs are fantastic at cutting your electricity consumption but you have to work for it. Yes I would recommend just be careful where they are going to be fitted.

Update. This bulb was used for about an hour per day and has now dimmed so low it is of no use. That means it has run for approximately 110 hours and not the 30,000 hours as advertised. This is not what you expect from an LED bulb. Having done some research I have found these are made in china. So no surprise there they give out very quickly. Will be putting the old 50 watt halogen bulb back in, at least they are reliable and last the best part of 18 months. No longer recommended and will not be buying from this company anymore.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christopher D. Knight on 8 Mar. 2014
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these seem to be a very robust solution I have had no failures over the last 9 months having bought 12 bulbs the light is a little more directional than the old halogen lights but this can be got used to quickly and the light is a little more blue however they make excellent replacements and cost a fraction of the money to run. The best test was in our kitchen diner where they were more than acceptable as the only source of light.
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