Westinghouse 3315100

Westinghouse 3315100 LED PAR38 Reflector

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Product Description

Westinghouse 3315100 15 Watt LED PAR38 Outdoor Reflector, , Blue, E26-Medium Base, 120 Volt

The PAR38 LED Outdoor Flood is a high-performance bulb perfect for holiday lighting, parties, home decor and special events. It can be used in outdoor-rated security lights, garden accent lighting, recessed or track lighting and enclosed fixtures. This weatherproof LED bulb illuminates exteriors with a vibrant, blue light. An excellent energy-saving replacement for halogen PAR38 light bulbs.

Making the switch to Westinghouse LED light bulbs offers significant energy-saving benefits. Westinghouse is a trusted global brand. We know lighting and offer products with exceptional quality, reliability and functionality.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Energy-efficient LED reduces energy costs up to 85%
  • Savings up to $233.75 over the lifetime of this bulb compared to 100-watt halogen bulb
  • Instant on, lasts longer than conventional lighting
  • Quality components ensure optimum lumen output over lifetime of the bulb
  • Free of harmful mercury, this LED bulb is an environmentally-friendly choice
  • Cooler operating temperature than halogen light sources

RECOMMENDED USES

  • Use as an energy-efficient replacement for medium base PAR38 applications
  • Outdoor security lighting
  • Holiday lighting
  • Parties
  • Home decor
  • Special events

DIMENSIONS

  • 5-5/16 inches (L)

INSTALLATION

  • Rated for indoor/outdoor use, weatherproof, acceptable for wet location
  • Can be used in totally enclosed fixtures
  • Non-dimmable

Product Details:

Average Hours 25000 Base Code E26
Base Type Medium Beam Angle 30degree
Brand Westinghouse Bulb Color Blue
Bulb Type PAR38 Diameter 4.80 in
Energy Star NO Finish Blue
Height 5.71 in Item number 3315100
Length 4.61 in UL listed UL & CUL
UPC 030721331510 Voltage 120
Wattage 15 Watt Weight 0.50 lb
Width 4.61 in

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