It describe light colour. Warm White is a softer more yellow light that is closer to the light given off by a traditonal halogen spotlight .Therefore warm white is better suited for living rooms.
Cool white is a much brighter white that is closer to light given off by CFL bulb. It's best suited for commercial area. Daylight white colour is like light given off by a fluorescent tube.
This is the fitting code of the bulb, described by a letter/number code.
You can find out the correct base type name by looking on the base of the bulb you are replacing or the packaging of your current bulb.
Warranty warrants fixtures and components for promised period from the date of purchase, on condition that it's properly installed and under normal conditions of use, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship.
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The colour rendering index (CRI), sometimes called colour rendition index, is a quantitative measure of the ability of a light source to reproduce the colours of various objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. It’s expressed as a number ranging from 0 to 100 , the higher the CRI value, the colours of objects looks closer to objects' original colour. Lighting EVER high CRI feature is one of reason our products are top class.
This is the shape code of the bulb, described by a letter/number code. The two or three letters leading a shape code are meant to give some literal indication of the shape of the bulb. Number indicate size of the shape. You can find out the correct shape code name by looking on the bulb you are replacing or the packaging of your current bulb.