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GE LED Bug Light Lit

GE LED Bug Light Lit

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I was pleased to discover these definitely have a very saturated yellow output; I was concerned it would be washed-out. I'm thinking these actually employ yellow LEDs as well.

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Sep 14, 2017 at 04:03 AM Author: dor123
Most likely phosphor yellow LEDs (Blue InGaN LED with Ce:YAG yellow phosphor layer thick enough to block all of the blue light from the LED) or a warm white LED + yellow cover.
Pure phosphorless yellow LEDs, hasn't yet reached brightness levels high enough to be used in LED lighting. The closest that available is amber LEDs.
You can check the spectrum to see the lamp emission or try to separate the yellow cover if possible and look a the color of the LEDs themselves.

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I hope that LED won't replace all forms of other light

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