|Light Color:||Warm White|
|Color Temperature:||2,700 K|
|Overall Length:||4 3⁄16 in|
|Rated Life:||2,000 hr|
|Specifications Met:||U.S. Fed. Min. Energy-Efficiency Standards; 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy Standards|
|Bulb Diameter:||2 3⁄8 in|
|Features:||Dimmable; All-Weather Construction; Designed With Heavy-Duty; Shatter-Resistant|
|Indoor Outdoor Usage:||Indoor Only|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Meets US Federal minimum energy-efficiency standards
Country Of Origin
About Incandescent Bulbs
Commonly used in commercial, residential, and decorative lighting, incandescent bulbs provide a warm, natural light and are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. They emit light by heating the filament inside the bulb, making them less energy efficient than other bulbs, but allowing them to turn on instantly without waiting to heat up. Incandescent bulbs can be used with control devices such as dimmers and timers.
The most common bulb shape, use these A-shaped incandescent bulbs in a variety of fixtures, such as in lamps and ceiling fans.