Noxion Lucent LED Spot AR70 BA15d 7W 927 36D | Extra Warm White - Best Colour Rendering - Dimmable 50W
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Specifications Noxion Lucent LED Spot AR70 BA15d 7W 927 36D | Extra Warm White - Best Colour Rendering - Dimmable 50W
Description Noxion Lucent LED Spot AR70 BA15d 7W 927 36D | Extra Warm White - Best Colour Rendering - Dimmable 50W
- Ideal replacement for conventional spotlight
- Long lifespan
- Best colour rendering
- Beam angle of 36º
- 2700K - Extra warm white
Ideal replacement for conventional spotlight
Noxion LED spotlights are ideal replacements for conventional spotlights like halogen ones. That's because the integrated LED technology means around 85% less energy is required to produce the same amount of light! This LED spotlight only needs 7W of power to replace a halogen spotlight that uses 50W, for instance.
With a lifespan of 45,000 hours, this LED spotlight also lasts much longer than its halogen equivalent so it doesn't need to be replaced nearly as often. For extra peace of mind, it also comes with an all-in warranty of 3 years.
Best colour rendering
This LED spotlight has a score of >90 on the colour rendering index which means colours look as natural as possible. That makes it ideal for use by retail establishments, art galleries and museums, for example.
This LED spotlight can be dimmed using a compatible electronic dimmer. Bear in mind that trying to dim a combination of conventional and LED lights can be problematic due to the difference in wattages. We recommend, therefore, only using the same type of lights when you want to dim them.
Beam angle of 36º
A beam angle of 36º means that this spotlight is suitable for general lighting purposes in personal or professional situations or as accent lighting on larger objects.
2700K - Extra warm white
Spotlights don't normally come in a colour warmer than extra warm white. This colour temperature is already perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere almost anywhere. To find out more about colour temperature, take a look at our blog.