Replaces this glass MR11/G4 bulb in vertical fittings and applications.
For us, anything that goes in sideways is called a G4 and if it goes in vertically it's called MR11.
Designed to fit into small openings, this MR11 insert has a very low heat footprint due to its lack of a reflector cup.
For LED bulbs the reflector cup isn't required and tends to seal in the heat once we get into the 12xSMD sizes.
We do stock a reflector version in the 9XSMD seen here....
Solid-state technology with superior lumen maintenance in intensity.
Doesn't any UV and has superior ESD protection (electrostatic discharge)
ROHS compliant along with other standard industry certification.
Operating voltage - 8~30vDC (12vDC and properly regulated 24vDC systems)
Available in - 6, 9 or 12 x SMD
Diameters - 23mm, 28mm and 28mm. (9SMD/12SMD are the same size)
Total Length of pins - 15mm
Thickness of circuitry - 6mm
Lumens output - 90,120 and 150 lm
Length of pins after circuitry - 9mm
Voltage - 8~30 volt DC
Current control - constant current driver
Viewing angle - 120°
Colours - Cool White and Warm White
Life expectancy -- 50,000 hours
What is the difference between Warm White and Cool White?
Warm White has a pleasant incandescent tone to the light whereas Cool White is a plain paper White.
The human eye naturally doesn't see Warm White quite as bright as Cool White.
In real terms of Warm White bulb has about 90% of the lumens efficiency of a Cool White unit.
The bad news ends there for Warm White bulbs.
Over the years we've seen a slow transition towards Warm White mainly due to the fact that Cool White got itself a black eye from the early LEDs going blue tinged.
In short - ladies far prefer Warm White to Cool White.
The men prefer Cool White as it is a slightly brighter work light.