PRLog - Feb. 11, 2013 - TORRANCE, Calif. -- LEDtronics®, Inc., the industry’s most innovative LED lamp manufacturer since 1983, announces a series of Bi-Pin G4 base T3.3 tubular LED miniature lamps as direct replacement for 12V xenon and halogen T2/T3/T4 bulbs from 8 watts up to15 watts, including xenon 1205X (5W) and halogen lamps 774 (8W), 891 (8W, 12.8V) and 773 (8W).
LEDG4P mini LED Lamp
The LEDtronics LEDG4BP-1.5W series of lamps works on power supplies for 12VDC to 14VDC max, and consume only 1.5 watts at 12VDC — up to 90% reduction in power consumption. LEDG4BP-1.5W-
These miniature lamps come with a dual-pin G4 base and are available in 3200K warm white or 4500K natural white light colors. They are a perfect fit in applications such as pendant lamps, under-cabinet lighting, landscape lighting, electric signs, scoreboards, step lights, puck downlights, RVs, boats, car bulbs or anywhere T2/T3/T4 halogen or xenon bulbs are used. A removable 5.2mm lead spacer is included.
The solid-state design of the LEDG4BP-1.5W Series LED lamps renders them impervious to electrical and mechanical shock, vibration, frequent switching and environmental extremes. They boast faster turn-on and reaction time compared to halogen lamps yet provide comparable luminous intensity and pure wavelength light for a more uniform illumination without halation.
Featuring an omnidirectional beam pattern, in typical applications they provide sharper, higher intensity illumination and better visibility than standard lamps and achieve full brightness more rapidly.
The lamps are rated at 50,000 hours MTBF for white LED light, and their PBT housing helps dissipate heat, keeping them cool. Their long life and reliability in a wide range of operating temperatures lower costs by reducing re-lamp frequency, while their cool operation translates into less load on air conditioning.
The LEDtronics LEDG4BP-1.5W Series of lamps are environment-
Priced at $7.50 each in the two-piece quantity, the LEDG4BP-1.5W-
Based in Torrance, California, LEDtronics, Inc., since 1983 has been a world leader in designing, manufacturing and packaging Solid State Lighting products and state-of-the-
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