Megaman has relaunched the 6W GU10 Dimming LED, voted ‘Best Value For Money’ by LUX Magazine for providing outstanding lamp life and lumen longevity.
The product is a suitable economic and aesthetic alternative to traditional halogens. It is Energy Class A listed and provides a beam angle of 35 degrees with colour temperature options of 2800K, 4000K or 6500K.
Furthermore, at L70, the LED has 50,000 hours of lamp life and at a luminous intensity of 500cd it produces up to 410 lumens.
The LED features a diamond-pattern front lens that hides the LED chip from view and makes the retrofit lamp similar in appearance to the filament equivalent.
The 6W GU10 LEDs are compatible with all Megaman recommended dimmers, including LightwaveRF technology. Megaman ensures that all its LED lamps are tested at its in house facility against all leading UK dimmer products.
This capability makes it possible for the company to offer a comprehensive list of compatible dimmers available.
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