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E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W)

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E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W) E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W)

E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W) E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W)

E27/E14/G24 102-LED Energy-Saving Light Bulb - White/Warm White (110~220V AC 6W)

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SKU: 56465
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Description

- 102 white ultra bright LED emitters
- Rated voltage: 110~220V
- Color Temperature: 6000K white/3500K warm white
- Saves a lot on utility bills -- uses only a few watts to operate
- E27/E14/G24connector (the most commonly used home/office light bulb connector)

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  Low Brightness in 110Vac
Posted by Wagner Lipnharski on 07/27/2010, 04:34
Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Price: ****
Ease of Use: ****
Build Quality: ***
Usefulness: ***
Overall Rating: ***
Pros:Good for wall sockets, or ceiling sockets, so you can 180 degrees rotate the lamp and orient where it shall iluminate. Price is not bad, style is new and slick. The lamp itself creates a good visual.
Cons:The internal circuit is not inteligent. It is a simple RC (+ diode bridge) transformerless circuit connecting to to the AC power, so, it was build thinking in 220Vac when in 110Vac it present less than half light. Soldering a 220nF x 400V capacitor in paralel to the one in the internal circuit will increase brightness. Some other competitor lamp in the market (same appearance) has a tinny switching power supply inside, offering bright light in 110 or 220Vac.
Other Thoughts:Could avoid the 110~220Vac and specificaly produce lamps for 110Vac and others for 220Vac, to have max brightness.
Bottomline:Based on the competitor in the market, offering more lumens per dollar than this one, I would alert the manufacturer to improve the brightness for 110Vac. Still a good lamp.

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