LED Track Spotlights 25W E27 Base
Product Name: LED track spotlights 25W E27 base /
Product Code: HSL-TR25WF /
IP Rate: IP44 /
Power: 25 Watts /
Base Holder: E27 base /
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz /
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: 1W high power Epistar chip
Lumen Flux: 2000LM +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 100lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra (If only Ra>70, the lamp will be more brighter)
Beam Angle: 24, 60 degrees
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Aluminium body + PMMA lens
Body Color: White / Black
LED track spotlights 25W E27 base
Features of LED track spotlights:
1. Advanced constant current driver.
2. Professional thermal management.
3. Instant on, no warm up time required.
4. No noise, no flickering.
5. No UV or IR radiation in the beam, mercury free.
6. Anti-shock, anti-moisture.
7. Long lifespan, higher than 50,000H.
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Q: Could I get a sample?
A: Email us all the detailed requirements of samples and a courier account number like DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT, etc. We will arrange the samples with sample fee. The sample fee will be deducted after following orders.
Q: What does it mean by 60 degrees light angle ? How to Measure it ? and do you have lights with larger degrees ?
A: 60 degrees refers to the emitting angle of beams. You can put the light on a flat surface, turn it on and you can measure its angle easily. It is inaccurate to observe with naked eyes. The Samller the angle is, the more condensed the light is while the larger the angle is, the more diffused the light is. Usually, the angle of reflector lamp is 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120 degrees. but the mainstream is 60 degrees.
Q: How to describe the brightness ?
A: Often used incorrectly with respect to illumination as a synonym for luminous flux, an objective measurement of the visible power of a light source. The term is correctly used when describing screen brightness in a display or television.