Philips Lighting Company

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This is a 13W PAR LED reflector lamp. Its rated output is 720 lumens, and it replaces a 75W halogen.

Carbon Footprint
Ranked by total score (out of 100) for efficiency, price, and performance: 56.0 points
Energy Savings
Lifetime energy savings (kWh): 1,550 kilowatt hours
Lifetime Cost Savings/Break even
Lifetime cost savings vs. halogen: $189
Lifetime Cost Savings/Break even
Payback with typical use: 5.7 years
Energy Star Partner


SizeMaximum diameter of a PAR lamp in 1/8” increments (Ex: PAR30 = 30/8” = 3.75”).: PAR30

WattsTotal electrical power consumed by the lamp.: 13

Lumen outputTotal amount of visible light coming from the lamp.: 720 lumens

Dimmable“Dimmable” as per the manufacturer (TopTen evaluated on a CFL/LED specific dimmer; see the lamp manufacturer’s list of compatible dimmers). : Yes

Beam AngleRelative width of the light cone produced by the lamp (“spot” or “flood”).: 25 degrees

Beam EfficacyMeasures how effectively the lamp directs its light (light found only within the beam angle, divided by lamp wattage).: 27 beam lumens per watt

Center Beam CandlepowerBrightness at the center of the light beam (usually the brightest point).: 3200 candelas

Color Rendering IndexMeasures how well the light renders colors as compared to incandescent, on a scale of 1 to 100.: 86

Correlated Color TemperatureMeasures the appearance of the light in °Kelvin, how warm (yellowish) or cool (bluish).: 3000K

LengthMaximum overall length of the lamp.: 4 1/8"

Weight: 0.52 pounds

Similar models: Also available in 15°, 22° and 40° beamspreads, and a color temperature of 3000K.

TopTen ranked since: December, 2013

List Updated: December 10, 2013
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