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Cree Lighting Facts

HOW TO READ A LĪGHTING FACTS LABEL Where is it? You'll find the Lighting Facts label on the back of all Cree LED Bulb packages. What is a lighting facts label? Lighting labels have changed to meet new Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requirements. You will find these labels on all light bulbs including incandescents, halogens and LEDS. Consumers can now compare products and base purchase decisions on brightness (lumens), cost of operation, life span, hue, and energy usage. Estimated Yearly Energy Cost Cost to light your bulb based on average usage of 3 hrs / day and 11 cents / kWh. Brightness Lighting Facts %24 Per Bulb Measured in lumens not Brightness 1 800 lumens wattage - the higher the number, the brighter the light. Estimated Yearly 2 Energy Cost Based on 3 hrs/day. 11c/kWh. Cost depends on rates and use $1.63 Life 3 Based on 3 hrs/day 22.8 years 5 Life .. Energy Used Light Appearance 4 Warm The energy the bulb consumes (in watts). The lower the wattage, the less energy used and the lower electricity costs. The product's life, in years. This number is according to the Col 2700 K average usage of 3 hours per day. Energy Used 5.... 13.5 watts Light Appearance Indicates the hue of the color emitted. Warm / Soft White colors (at or around 2700 Kelvin) have a lower color temperature and an inviting, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere similar to the light from an incandescent bulb. Cool / Daylight bulbs (closer to the max of 6500 Kelvin) create a bright, clean and lively mood with a bluish tone. CREE

Cree Lighting Facts

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