Westinghouse 5511500 S14 LED Specialty Non-Dimmable Light Bulb - 1.2-watt - Frosted - 2700 Kelvin - E26 Base

Product Description

This energy-efficient S14 LED bulb is the ideal energy-saving replacement for incandescent S14 light bulbs. It produces the same light output as a 15-watt incandescent, but uses only 1.2-watts of energy. The specialty S14 is perfect for string lights, signs and refrigerators where long-lasting performance is important. This bulb features a warm 2700K color temperature, providing soft white light. Suitable for use in enclosed fixtures and wet locations, a great choice for outdoor-rated string lights.

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


  • LED S14 reduces energy costs up to 92 percent over the lifetime of the bulb
  • Instant on and 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 incandescent or halogen light sources


  • Use as an energy-efficient replacement for medium base S14 light bulb applications
  • String lights
  • Signs
  • Refrigerators
  • Outdoor fixtures


  • 3-1/4 inches (L)
  • 1-3/4 inches (D)


  • Rated for indoor/outdoor use; suitable for wet locations
  • Can be used in totally enclosed fixtures
  • Non-dimmable

Product Details:

Average Hours 15000 Base Code E26
Base Type Medium Beam Angle 300 degree
Brand Westinghouse Bulb Color Warm White
Bulb Type S14 Color Temperature 2700 Kelvin
CRI 80 CUL Yes
Finish Frost Incandescent Equivalent 15 Watt
Item number 5511500 Lumens 120
MOL 3.23 Inch Product Type LED
Rated for Fully Enclosed Fixtures Yes RoHS Compliant Yes
UPC 030721551154 Voltage 120 Volt
Warranty 5 Year Wattage 1.2 Watt
Weight 0.1 lb Wet Location Yes

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