Thank you very much for your informative video
thanks a lot
Hello, I want to place 9 gu10 spots that can be dimmable. Witch brand do you recommend?
Finally fixing my home thanks to the virus.
Have you found any GU10 LED bulbs which throw light out through the base? My bulbs are in frosted glass shades and the halogen bulbs put out light within those to add brightness to the room. All the LED bulbs I've found only throw light forward, making the room darker, overall.
Very helpful information, well done. If I can add something important, most older dimmers are NOT rated for LED lamps. So if your upgrading to LEDs, may need to also upgrade exisitng dimmers
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2700K isn't so good for me in the house. Looks too yellow. I love 5000K
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Bulbs suck and dont last long
Great videos. Thankyou.
I’d go out of my way to buy from you guys, just because you go to the effort of making these videos. I hope other people, who benefit from them, would do the same..
Listening on headphones there are strange sounds in the background that are greatly annoying, just to let you know. Thanks for the video!
In the USA we only get 2700K, 3000K, and 5000K. The only time I have seen 4000K is with a fluorescent tube style LED.
Is it an option to replace E27 reflector bulb (R63) with GU10 bulb (using an E27 to GU10 base adapter)?
The E27 reflector bulbs seem rear and cost more by the looks of it.
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if you live in cooler climate like Canada or Iceland light bulb contribute to the heating 9 month per year
Hi I bought a max 6w track 3 spot light fixture. So do I have to use 3 6w GU10 or 3 GU10 of 2w?
Like so watt if yr a bit dim lighting up a bit before i knock yr lights out
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I have normal light switch can dimmer gu10 spot bulb also go in it
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I don't agree with the divided by 8 at all. That's wrong. Look at your Lumens output. A 35 w halogen bulbs pushes around 550 lumens. The 3.7 w = 35W philips equivalent only has 260 lumens and the 4,9w = 50W only 355 lumens. So to get the equivalent light you have to go to the 7w = 80W that has 590 lumens. So you divide by 5 and not 8. It makes a huge difference.
Thank you so much for making this, it makes it all clear and I couldn't find it easily online. Nice, short, to the point, illustrates pretty well.
Thanks for this, help me make a choice buying my leds.:)
Nobody uses Philip's color code .. use Kelvin. In my home in and out, I only use 2700K. Exceptions are the lady's vanity lights. I don't like blue light.
heii thx for this video i need your help tp choose the right Gu10 the white one not warm . Should I take 9w x3 oder 7w x3 what do u think is good for tje living room
*8* 27 means terrible color quality.
80% of the colors are rendered. That makes everything look pale and depressing.
This info would be useful if it worked but choosing a LED light to replace a Halogen one is actually hit and miss. Wattage equivalents vary wildly. This includes Phillips. Likewise the colour temperatures, which are totally random. Warm White? You must be joking! One more thing, if LED lamps last forever why are they sold in packs?
how am i supposed to know the wattage of my bulbs??
we moved houses and didnt get any info about it
Is there an led spotlight sized bulb with gu10 prongs? i have fixtures that receive a wider sort of spotlight approx 4" halogen bulb, and was aiming to find a similar sized bulb that would fit nicely. Thanks
Compatible LED dimmers are often not. A marriage may be of 2 compatible people. But there are conflicts. Flicker. Dimming isn't smooth. Lowest brightness could be too bright for your liking. Expect to waste your money. Phillips love it.
A lot can happen in a year, when discussing LED lamps.
We now export a GU10 x 5 watt with 400 lumens, 30,000 hr life,, COB chip, wide angle and the same size as a halogen both with and without a dimmer facility from £2.80 each + shipping
You explained more clearly and better than Thomas Edison
The only thing I don't like about either warm white and cool white is, its either slightly yellow or a little bluish. I like bright white at 3,500 Kelvin because you get a true neutral light just like sunlight. Only Sylvania makes this LED bulb in Bright White. Other Bulb makers don't have it at all. I used it throughout my house.
Straight forward, good job & tq for the explanations
Finally, someone who's explained this well.
Wish I had done my homework before I purchased - now I know. Don't like the warm white
Well explained.Im been confuse with these warm,cool,daylight.Thank you.
the confusion of the "cold/warm" light, is because, "before the LED era", the tungsten lamps, had the yellowish color, and it operated burning hot! (like, burning our hands if we touch it; setting paper and wood on fire, if they were too close to it). Then, we had the fluorescent lamps, that used a gas inside, and it produced a blueish color, and people and the market, called that a "cold lamp" or a "cold light", because it didn't burn hands and objects close to it.
but, as usual, general public/final consumers, don't have the same terms as the technicians/inventors/scientists/engineers do.
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So, which one puts out more UV?
Thank you for the simple clear explanation. Quite helpful for me.
3000K to 5000K. 4000K bulbs don't exist
Can't buy 4000K bulbs anywhere.
Brilliant video - the mystery explained at last! I had very white lights in my hallway and it felt so stark, like some sort of office or lift....Not pleasant at all! Thanks Vince!
For health, 2700k incandescent bulbs with clear glass are the best.
For a study room you would need 3k LED 24watts probably?
Haha 😁, I never noticed the irony in warm white being of a colder source and cold white of a warmer source.
I dont know why others don't explian things simply and clearly just like you did! Great and very informative video, Thank you so much.
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