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  • 1-Watt 90-lumen White 6000K LED Emitter

1-Watt 90-lumen White 6000K LED Emitter

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 The perfect DIY LED emitter for use in your LED projects. At 1-Watt of power, this LED is capable of outputing 90 lumen. This LED is ideal for any DIY LED project that requires a bright and inexpensive LED emitter. The White (6000-6500K) LED is ideal of use for increased brightness and total illumination. Best used for offices, workstations, labs, basically anywhere you require high instensity light output. This is the same 1-Watt LED bulb featured in our GT-7D bulb, GT-5D, GT-3D, as well as our PAR line of LED bulbs, L-A3W, L-A4W, L-A7W, and our L-A12W PAR38 bulb.

$1.99

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 Specifications:

1-Watt LED Emitter

Output: 90 Lumen

Color Temperature: 6000 - 6500K

VF: 3.2 - 3.6V

Current: 350mA

Estimated Hrs: 50,000 hrs

Additional Information

SKU LA-1W-LED-WHT
Manufacturer No

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LED light bulbs are available in a wide variety of shades of white light, ranging from yellowish, to white, to bluish white light, which allows you to customize the mood of your space. Many LED bulbs come in "warm" colors to match the yellowish light of incandescent bulbs, but you can also choose "cooler" colors with whiter or bluer light.

Choosing the Right Color:

  • Light color is measured on a temperature scale referred to as Kelvin (K).
  • Lower Kelvin numbers mean the light appears more yellow; higher Kelvin numbers mean the light is whiter or bluer.
  • Most LED light bulbs are made to match the color of incandescent bulbs at 2700-3000K.
  • For a whiter light, look for bulbs marked 3500-4100K.
  • For bluer white light, look for bulbs marked 5000-6500K.