10 Watt | 12V DC LED Light Bulb | Standard E26/E27 Base
Our low voltage, energy efficient lighting products are trusted around the world and we invite you to light up your spaces with Watt-a-Light!... More Light, Less Watts!!
We pride ourselves on providing the most light available while efficiently conserving your battery power! This low voltage 10 watt LED bulb replaces a 100 watt incandescent or 20 watt compact fluorescent and offers 1000 Lumens of bright light. The dimensions are the same as regular sized incandescent bulbs, so upgrading your 12 volt DC lighting is simple! If you require a smaller bulb for your fixture, we have some other options available for you here.
- 270 degree light coverage gives better illumination especially when side mounted.
- Built with a copper/chrome medium Edison Screw base for superior corrosion resistance and well-suited for use with marine and outdoor applications.
- Ideal for use with 12V solar systems!
- Same dimensions as a standard sized household bulb.
- Lasts 40 times longer than incandescents and 5 times longer than CFLs.
- Less Watts, More Light!
Watt-a-Lighters around the world trust our high quality product line for use with their solar projects, boats, RVs, safety lighting, cottages, tiny houses, and off-grid applications.
10 WATT SPECIFICATIONS FOR USE WITH 12V DCBase: E26/27 (standard screw-in)
Bulb Type: A19 (regular household style) also known as A60
Voltage Range: 10-80V DC
Voltage: 10-20 Volts DC
Beam Angle: 270 degree
Colour Temperature: Warm White (3000 - 3500K) or Soft Daylight (4000-4500K)
Dimensions(tip to tip): INCHES: 4 1/4" x 2 3/8" CM: 11cm x 6cm
Note: Not recommended for enclosed fixtures
When choosing the best color temperature for your LED application, we recommend that you select ‘Soft Daylight’ for tasks and reading or where you want to be able to see ‘true’ colours. ‘Warm White’ is preferable where a soft warm light is needed, such as dining or just relaxing with your feet up. ‘Warm White’ bulbs are similar in colour to an incandescent light.
If you want to learn more about color temperature visit our article "A Layman's Guide to Color Temperature and Choosing the Right One for You"