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Philips SceneSwitch 7.5W filament LED with 3 settings

Philips SceneSwitch 7.5W filament LED with 3 settings

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Philips filament LED with 3 settings of light output and color temperature. In the highest setting the lamp emits 806 lumens of light (equivalent to 60W incandescent) with T=3000K, closely replicating the feel of halogen lamps. Middle setting is 40%, 2500K and the lowest is 20%, 2200K. This photo shows the lamp as it is.

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Feb 10, 2020 at 04:40 AM Author: Prismatic
Great they finally managed to produce these scene switch filament led lamps without any additional plastic base. It seems like the circuit is now small enough to fit into the base.

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Feb 10, 2020 at 09:54 AM Author: trojmiejski
Overall it's a very good quality bulb, at 100% it mimics halogens very well and at 20% it mimics a typical low power incandescent which isn't something easy to achieve. Often lamps made by competition are very orange at the lowest setting and they resemble HPS more than incandescent.
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