GU10 Halogen Bulbs
A halogen light bulb works the same way as a conventional incandescent bulb. However, the difference with an incandescent bulb is that there are halogen added to the gas in the light bulb. This increases the efficiency and lifespan of the light bulb. Therefore, the halogen bulb can emit light with an excellent “natural” color display. The GU10 halogen bulbs are spots with two pins, where the pins are 10mm apart. Halogen bulbs are being outphased since september 2018 and are therefore not being produced anymore. However, nowadays there are energy-efficient and eco-friendly replacements of the halogen GU10: take a look at our GU10 LED spots!
Wattage VS Luminous Flux
|200 - 300 Lm||25 Watt||2 Watt||5 Watt||20 Watt|
|300 - 500 Lm||40 Watt||6 Watt||7 Watt||28 Watt|
|500 - 800 Lm||60 Watt||9 Watt||12 Watt||42 Watt|
|700 - 1000 Lm||75 Watt||10 Watt||14 Watt||53 Watt|
|> 1000 Lm||100 Watt||>15 Watt||>16 Watt||>70 Watt|
Luminous flux (in lumens) is a measure of the total amount of light a lamp puts out. Wattage is the amount of watt a bulb uses in 1 hour. We've long identified bulbs by their wattage, but that is actually a measure of electricity, not the brightness of a bulb. The amount of light a bulb generates is measured in lumens. An incandescent 60-watt bulb, for example, gives off 750 lumens of light and LED bulbs can deliver the same amount of light using as little as 9 Watt! The amount of Lumen divided by the wattage will show you which lamps are most energy efficient.
SAVINGS PER YEAR
Any-Lamp provides energy saving calculations. By switching from your current light to this product you can save energy and maintenance costs. This is calculated based on usage 12 hours a day, 365 days per year. Replace your current light and start saving today.