Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. Ceiling Light. By Lupe Sampson.
Installing this 14 inches dimmable LED ceiling light. I picked this up at Costco today for $ 29.99 and on the package. You see that it only uses 28 watts. It puts out 1800 lumen for the brightness, and the real life is 35,000 hours and the color temperature will give you a warm white light. The finish on this is a brushed nickel finish on the bottom of the package. It gives you the color temperature and it puts out 3000 Kelvin and that resembles like your traditional incandescent bulb for indoor use.
That holds the LED driver, so let's test it out without the diffuse now I'll install the diffuse back on just turn this clockwise. So let me show you with the light off and I'm gonna, throw it on right. Now, it's pretty good! I think the brightness is nice, the color it's a little bit wider than your regular incandescent bulb, but it's definitely nice to have an energy efficient, LED ceiling, the light here so anyways.
So it has a bit of a yellow hue to it, compared to your regular fluorescent light, which is like pure white on the back of the package. It shows you what the OED look like. It consists of 72 high output LED and the dimension on this is 14 points 1 to 5 inch in diameter and 5.5 inches in height, and it comes with a limited five years warranty. So let me show you the light that we'll be replacing, and this one you're looking at uses three CFL bulbs and already took off the glass bowl.
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