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GU5.3 Spotlight Bulbs

Need GU5.3 spotlight bulbs? At Any-Lamp, you will find many lights of the top brands Philips, Noxion, Osram and Sylvania, both LED and halogen spotlight bulbs. Replacing spots with a GU5.3 socket couldn't be easier. You only have to click this light source in and out of the fixture because of the 2 pins that are 5.3 mm apart. If you switch from halogen to LED and your current halogen spot works on 12V, it may also be necessary to replace your transformer. Not all transformers are suitable for halogen or LED GU5.3 spotlight bulbs. After installation you can enjoy years of soft or bright light. These spots are available in a diverse number of lumens, which makes the light source suitable for accent or general lighting. These light bulbs are available in very warm white (2700K), warm white (3000K), cool white (4000K) and dim-to-warm (2200 - 2700K). The warm light tones are sufficient in homes, the hospitality industry and general areas, where cool white suits (professional) workplaces.

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Need GU5.3 spotlight bulbs? At Any-Lamp, you will find many lights of the top brands Philips, Noxion, Osram and Sylvania, both LED and halogen spotlight bulbs. Replacing spots with a GU5.3 socket couldn't be easier. You only have to click this light source in and out of the fixture because of the 2 pins that are 5.3 mm apart. If you switch from halogen to LED and your current halogen spot works on 12V, it may also be necessary to replace your transformer. Not all transformers are suitable for halogen or LED GU5.3 spotlight bulbs. After installation you can enjoy years of soft or bright light. These spots are available in a diverse number of lumens, which makes the light source suitable for accent or general lighting. These light bulbs are available in very warm white (2700K), warm white (3000K), cool white (4000K) and dim-to-warm (2200 - 2700K). The warm light tones are sufficient in homes, the hospitality industry and general areas, where cool white suits (professional) workplaces.

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