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Feit 2605 lumen LED filament

Feit 2605 lumen LED filament

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Thanks from a tip from Lumex120, I bought some of these (only available at the moment from Feit via Home Depot in packs of 4) to retrofit incandescent/HID outdoor light fixtures to LED on a large property. I am quite impressed. They are not dimmable (note the large electrolytic in the stem) but they provide a very bright and nice light. They are also available in 3000K but 5000K gives a more "moonlight" (or closer to mercury but with better CRI) appearance. There is a split second delay when power is applied before it lights, and as the capacitor discharges at switch-off the light dims out like a large incandescent would!

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Manufacturer:Feit Electric
Model Reference:OM150DM/CL/850FIL
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Lamp Type:LED
Base:E26
Shape/Finish:A21
Service Life:15,000 hrs rated
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Wattage:18
Voltage:120
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Lumen Output:2605
Color Temperature:5000
Physical/Production
Factory Location:China

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May 22, 2020 at 08:44 PM Author: Lumex120
Very nice. Apparently in a month or so they are going to be available individually and so I'm planning on getting one then. I used to use a Feit 1500 lumen 5000k filament lamp in a streetlight outside and thought it looked really nice and so I'm excited to try these out. What kind of fixtures are you going to be retrofitting with these? Also, do they have any noticeable 120hz flicker?

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May 22, 2020 at 09:11 PM Author: HomeBrewLamps
I like these

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May 22, 2020 at 09:15 PM Author: Lightingguy1994
These are great for schoolhouse style fixtures where you dont see the lamp directly

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May 22, 2020 at 09:20 PM Author: WestinghouseCeramalux
These look interesting...just wish they came in 4000K, CCT.

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May 22, 2020 at 09:24 PM Author: Lumex120

These look interesting...just wish they came in 4000K, CCT.

I know right? 5000k is kind of an icky color on LEDs. I have started seeing 4000k 100w replacement bulbs so I hope these start to become more common and available in other color temperatures.

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May 22, 2020 at 09:32 PM Author: lightinglover8902
Wow! 150w eq LED filament bulb? I guess LED filaments come long way now...

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May 22, 2020 at 09:41 PM Author: Lumex120

Wow! 150w eq LED filament bulb? I guess LED filaments come long way now...

They sure have. I'm waiting for the 200 and 300 watt equivalents now. Just 2 years ago the highest wattage equivalent you could get in the snowcone shape was 150w, now they go all the way up to 300w 4060 lumen lamps.

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May 22, 2020 at 10:04 PM Author: takemorepills
Although I don't have experience with these exact bulbs, I wouldn't go getting your hopes up over these. In our traffic signal shop, we replaced a bunch of 67w traffic signal lamps with "60w equivalent" LED filament bulbs, both Feit and Ecosmart, in our vintage traffic device displays. These run 24/7, under 12 months nearly all were dead (16-20 lamps IIRC) a few had partial filaments running, but basically dead.
When we were running the 67w traffic signal bulbs, they'd run several years. We couldn't buy USA made 67w bulbs anymore so gave the filament LED bulbs a try. No bueno.

I don't trust the cob-style filaments. If you are going to install these in a difficult to access fixture, think twice about it. We need a scissor lift to relamp ours and that's a pain in the butt!
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May 22, 2020 at 10:29 PM Author: Lumex120

Although I don't have experience with these exact bulbs, I wouldn't go getting your hopes up over these. In our traffic signal shop, we replaced a bunch of 67w traffic signal lamps with "60w equivalent" LED filament bulbs, both Feit and Ecosmart, in our vintage traffic device displays. These run 24/7, under 12 months nearly all were dead (16-20 lamps IIRC) a few had partial filaments running, but basically dead.
When we were running the 67w traffic signal bulbs, they'd run several years. We couldn't buy USA made 67w bulbs anymore so gave the filament LED bulbs a try. No bueno.

I don't trust the cob-style filaments. If you are going to install these in a difficult to access fixture, think twice about it. We need a scissor lift to relamp ours and that's a pain in the butt!

Yeah lifespan is a concern I have with these. They will honor the 2 year warranty but still, having the lamps not last that long in the first place isn't good. I wouldn't put these in a location they are super hard to access either. I actually did have one of the 100w equivalent bulbs go out on me after less than 2000 hours of use, but the other one from the 2 pack is still working fine today and has at least 6000 hours on it. I also have some of the 60w equivalent A15 versions that have been running 24/7 since 2017 in some outdoor lights and they seem just as bright as when they were new.

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May 22, 2020 at 10:53 PM Author: joseph_125
Interesting lamps, I might buy one when they start selling them here. Too bad they're not dimmable though. The 3000K version might look pretty nice in a gumball IMO.

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Although I don't have experience with these exact bulbs, I wouldn't go getting your hopes up over these. In our traffic signal shop, we replaced a bunch of 67w traffic signal lamps with "60w equivalent" LED filament bulbs, both Feit and Ecosmart, in our vintage traffic device displays. These run 24/7, under 12 months nearly all were dead (16-20 lamps IIRC) a few had partial filaments running, but basically dead.
When we were running the 67w traffic signal bulbs, they'd run several years. We couldn't buy USA made 67w bulbs anymore so gave the filament LED bulbs a try. No bueno.

I don't trust the cob-style filaments. If you are going to install these in a difficult to access fixture, think twice about it. We need a scissor lift to relamp ours and that's a pain in the butt!



Interesting to see how they faired in a traffic signal run 24/7. I equipped a couple my signals with the filament lamps and I've had about one fail in 1.5-2 years of intermittent use. I would use the real deal signal incandescent lamps and I have a few stashed away but they heat up the place too much for my liking.
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May 23, 2020 at 06:44 PM Author: streetlight98
Nice! I'd like to use these in my incandescent street lights. I'd like to get a 1000 lumen version in the A23 shape though, to be as close as possible to original. I have some 1000L street light lamps but if I were to put the lights into regular use, I wouldn't want to use the ~100 watts dusk to dawn for that little amount of light.

I'm not surprised the LED filament lamps failed. I've had problems with the Greenlite LED-X 60W equivalent filament lamps. I've also had issues with the 15W 100W= "snow cone" Greenlite LEDs overheating and shutting off, then coming back on. They run very hot! Doesn't happen with the 60 or 75W= ones though. I've also noticed some Greenlite lamps will flicker intermittently (all types; snow cone, filament, globe shape), as if there is a voltage problem. Changing the bulbs to Maxlite LEDs stops the flicker though. I've just decided to avoid Greenlite altogether now.

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