LED lamp series

SWITCH Lighting's LED A-lamps are liquid-cooled lamps that can be used in any fixture or orientation.

08/08/2012


SWITCH Lighting's LED A-lamps are liquid-cooled lamps that can be used in any fixture or orientation. Courtesy: SWITCH LightingSWITCH Lighting’s LED A-lamps are liquid-cooled LED A-lamps that can be used in any fixture, any orientation, and anywhere. In addition to 40-, 60-, 75-, and 100-Watt-equivalent lamps, SWITCH also has SWITCH3-Way, a 25/50/75 Watt-equivalent LED incandescent replacement A-Lamp for use in three-way fixtures. SWITCH has also introduced technology for a 220/240 V driver to expand its full family of LED A-Lamps beyond U.S. borders to the international market. In addition, the SWITCH100 is the first 100-Watt-equivalent A-lamp with a 1600 lumen output and radial flux equal to any incandescent. It is ideal for functional areas that require bright, white light. 

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