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FEIT A19/O/LED 4.5 WATT

FEIT A19/O/LED 4.5 WATT

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Now I'm not a huge fan of the blue/green or BLB filament LED's.. But this orange one here is nice.

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Manufacturer:FEIT
Model Reference:A19/O/LED
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Lamp Type:Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Filament/Radiator Type:Semiconductor
Base:E26 (Medium)
Shape/Finish:A19
Service Life:????
Electrical
Wattage:4.5W
Voltage:120V
Current:65mA
Physical/Production
Factory Location:CHINA
Fabrication Date:????
Application/Use:Effect lighting/decorative lighting

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Sep 10, 2019 at 11:58 PM Author: dor123
Why most current orange LED lamps, have phosphor orange LEDs and not regular orange LEDs. Non-phosphor orange/amber LEDs are already bright enough to use in LED lamps.

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Sep 11, 2019 at 11:24 AM Author: lightinglover8902
I would like to get one of these. They look like a HPS color.

Save the Cooper OVWs!! Don't them down by crap LED fixtures!!!

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Sep 11, 2019 at 10:30 PM Author: joseph_125
Yeah, I have one of these and they're kinda close to my 18w LPS in colour. Over here Lowe's sells them.
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Sep 11, 2019 at 10:55 PM Author: Lightingguy1994
I noticed my lowes has these on clearance , i hope they arent being discontinued. Philips also seems to have a similar bulb now at home depot, apparently it is a while LED filament in coloured glass and comes in 3 colours, red green and blue. I gotta get my hands on some to see how they are
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Sep 12, 2019 at 04:42 PM Author: Skiller
The pure amber (non-phosphor) orange filament LEDs I've seen are not bright at all. I'd stick with phosphor like the one pictured here (see mine also). These have a beautiful orange glow that indeed looks like it's somewhere between HPS and LPS.
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Sep 13, 2019 at 02:17 AM Author: dor123
LED traffic lights uses pure amber non-phosphor LED lamps, and they are very bright.

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Sep 20, 2019 at 10:23 PM Author: takemorepills
PC amber/orange has a smoother color to it because it is not monochromatic. I much prefer PC amber to a regular LED.

Almost all emergency vehicle lighting that is amber uses PC amber because it is much brighter than standard amber LED.
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Sep 21, 2019 at 12:10 AM Author: dor123
Our LED traffic lights of Siemens, uses non-phosphor amber LEDs for the yellow light, but it still very bright at night.

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Sep 21, 2019 at 12:24 AM Author: takemorepills
Our traffic signals also use yellow LED.

For example, we use Dialight LED traffic signal modules in Seattle.
The red and green 12" (300mm) each use 7 watts at 120vac. The yellow module uses nearly double, 13 watts to reach the same ITE specification.
The small issue for using PC amber in traffic signal in the USA is legality. There is some small chance the color output of a phosphor-converted LED could shift, and ITE won't allow that risk, so the manufacturers continue to use the inefficient yellow LED. Anyways, yellow is only lit 3-4 seconds every few minutes, so it's no big deal.
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Sep 21, 2019 at 12:39 AM Author: dor123
Here in Israel, flashing yellow light meaning traffic light system malfunctioning or not working, similar to your flashing red light.

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Sep 21, 2019 at 12:45 AM Author: takemorepills
We used to use yellow flash for late night or for some streets where it was "safe" to flash yellow on main and red on side when the control was in fault.
These days, with all the distracted drivers and drug users, we have had to convert all signals to full red flash for malfunction to avoid the lawyers.
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Sep 22, 2019 at 01:03 AM Author: joseph_125
Yeah, since the amber is on for such a short duration, some cities here never bothered to retrofit their amber lights from incandescent to LED until a couple of years ago. Whereas red and green got LED retrofits years ago.

It would never fly on the streets but for my display signals I've been using 800 lumen clear LED filament bulbs in my 8" signals as retrofits. They look a lot like the old incandescent lights but generates a lot less heat and uses a lot less energy.
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