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Save electricity bill. Replace 30W halogen bulb by 2W LED will save over 90% on electricity bill of lighting
Narrow Beam. 30 degree beam angle
Easy Installation. Standard MR11 shape with GU4 base. Can be easily fitted to replace ordinary MR11 halogen bulbs
Eco-Friendly. RoHS compliant. No lead or mercury. No UV or IR Radiation.
Reduce re-lamp frequency. Lifespan is over 50,000 hrs. Save effort and maintenance costs on changing bulbs frequently
Solid State. Shockproof and vibration proof
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2W MR11 LED Bulb, 150lm 12V GU4.0 Lamp, 30W Halogen Equivalent, Warm White, 30° Spotlights, Pack of 2 Units
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on December 13, 2014
Bought these for my son's house. They tend to leave the lights on a lot, so it's great to know they are not too expensive to leave on now!
- 5 / 5
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- Will these bulbs work with a standard 12V halogen transformer or is a special led transformer requiredAsked on 27/06/2014 By GrahamDear Graham,
Welcome to LE website and thanks for showing interest.
As for your question, this bulb is powered by 12V AC/DC, and a standard 12V transformer is ok.
If you have other question about our product, please feel free to contact us.
Thanks and regards,
LE Product Question TeamAnswered on 04/07/2014 By viola.ping
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