Warm Light LED bulbs

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Warm Light LED bulbs

Post: # 129513Post mattjohnpowell
Tue Oct 28, 2008 1:29 pm


i've recently refitted my kitchen ceiling with downlighters but i've had to mix half halogen with half LED because the LED's are a very cold light. Does anyone know a good warm LED light bulb that would work well in a kitchen / dinning enviroment?

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Re: Warm Light LED bulbs

Post: # 129548Post richyboy
Tue Oct 28, 2008 7:11 pm

IMHO I would ditch the LED option and go for IRC Di-chroics. I think Phillips make some. Basically they're coated "halogens" as you call them so that they do not produce so much heat and are therefore more efficient!

I re-lamped a whole health club with them and our electricity consumption and relamping costs came down a consideraeble amount!

Oh.. And welcome by the way!
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