Ledtronics PAR Series
High-power, high-efficacy lamps
Operating either in 120Vac dimmable or in a wide-voltage input range of 90-290Vac, the line of Edison medium screw-base and GU24 bi-pin base bulbs come in various PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38 styles. With energy consumption ranging from 7W (PAR20) through 12W (PAR30) and up to 15W (PAR38), the lamps directly replace incandescent and halogen lamps that consume up to 100W, and even compact fluorescent bulbs up to 26W, resulting in tremendous energy savings. These state-of-the-art PAR lamps boast 20 percent higher efficacy than the previous generation of LEDtronics PAR lamps. All of the 120VAC dimmable PAR lamps are UL listed.
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