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White LED Night Light with Photo Sensor
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A rating, expressed in watts, to indicate the rate at which a lamp consumes energy. Also known as wattage value.
Light bulbs: the coating applied to the bulb causing light to be emitted in certain colors or color temperatures (see Color Temperature). Popular finishes include clear, frosted, colors (amber, blue, green, red, etc.) as well as color temperature designations ranging from warm white (2700K) to natural daylight (6500K). Fixtures: the decorative finish of the item.
The technology implemented by the bulb, e.g. incandescent, halogen, LED
Bulbrite Brand "Dusk to Dawn" LED Night Light with Photo Sensor.
Plugs into Standard Wall Outlet.
Saves energy and extends life. Automatically turns on at night and off during the day.
Bright white color easily visible at night
Extra-long life LED technology means very infrequent replacement
- Good light output
- Long Life
- Reduces Energy Costs
- Runs Cool
What is the watage on this light and what is it equivalent to the regular incondensent bulbs?
Asked on 8/31/2012 by Laverne from Nassau, Bahamas
It uses 0.3 watts. Due to its low wattage, the lumens or light output are not measureable.
Answered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous