Philips GU10 LED Bulbs
This is why Philips GU10 LED bulbs are a good choice
With Philips LED GU10 bulbs, you can be sure of top-quality lighting, which lasts 7 to 12 times longer than a conventional GU10 halogen bulb. The light sources have a wattage varying between 2.7W and 7W, which results in an energy saving of 90%. Be inspired by the many possibilities offered by a Philips GU10 LED bulb!
What types of Philips GU10 LED spotlights are there?
The Philips range consists of various GU10 LEDs, which are available in light colours very warm white (2700K), warm white (3000K) and/or cool white (4000K). Would you like to know which colour temperature you should choose? Read the blog about choosing the right GU10 LED spot via this link. Below is an overview of the product series available from bulbdirect.
- CorePro - These GU10 spots are Philips' most economical series and replace 23, 35, 50 and 65W halogen spots. The product line has good colour rendering and is available in dimmable and non-dimmable versions. All spotlights have a beam angle of 36°, or 36D, which is ideal for accent lighting.
- ExpertColor - The perfect colour rendering of this Philips GU10 LED spotlight is ideal for spaces where colours play a major role. Moreover, with the 25 or 36D angle beam you can perfectly accent an object or surface. The dimmable light sources are the alternative to 35 and 50W GU10 halogen bulbs.
- Master Value - With a choice of a 36° and 60° beam angle, you can use these dimmable spotlights for accent or general lighting. You also have the choice of lighting with good or perfect CRI that replaces conventional 35W and 50W spotlights. The product line has some DimTone variants, which give a new dimension to atmospheric lighting. You dim in light colour and light intensity.
What are these light sources used for?
A Philips GU10 LED bulb can be used in many ways. The variety of light colours makes the light source suitable for accent lighting and general lighting in residential and business environments, the retail sector and the hospitality industry. In addition, these spotlights can be installed in recessed luminaires, which means that, depending on the luminaire, they can also be used outdoors.
Warm light colours (2700K and 3000K) often ensure a relaxed and atmospheric appearance in homes, shops and the hospitality industry. The light colour cool white provides a fresh light in which employees can concentrate. Do colours contribute to the buying behaviour of consumers or the impressions that certain objects give? Then choose perfect colour rendering (90-99Ra) rather than a good CRI (80-89Ra). Some examples are supermarkets, art galleries, paint shops and clothing shops.