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Philips Master LED 6.2 watt GU10 LED that has a higher lumen output of up 575 lumens making it one of the brightest GU10 LEDs on the market.
Philips Master LED 6.2 watt GU10 LED that has a higher lumen output of up 575 lumens making it one of the brightest GU10 LEDs on the market. At 575 lumens it would be comparable to an 80 watt GU10 halogen. In comparison to a 50 watt halogen, which has a light output of around 400 lumens.
Or if you're looking to replace a 50 watt halogen MR16 LED and want to convert to a GU10 LED like many customers choose to do, then this would be a great option especially if you don't want to compromise on light output.
Now part of the Master LED series it comes with a high CRI of Ra90 which reproduces colours more accurately. The closer you get to Ra100 the closer it would be to daylight conditions. Ordinary LED lamps have a CRI of Ra80.
The Philips Master LED range is affordable selection of high quality LED lamps from the worlds leading lighting manufacturer. Philips LED lamps are widely regarded as the best in the industry offering superior quality and longevity. Although it is brighter than other GU10 LEDs its still a perfect fit LED with a depth of 54mm meaning it can be used in traditional GU10 downlight housings. As many of the brighter GU10 LEDs are physically deeper so don't always fit.
Available in extra warm white 2700K, warm white 3000K cool white 4000K, and daylight 6500K colour temperatures. It is dimmable as standard. This product is twice as bright as the original Philips 7 watt GU10 LED which was the very first dimmable GU10 LEDs to enter the marketplace many years ago. Which is a testament that shows how much LED technology has improved in efficiency.
This is the type of GU10 LED for customers who are looking for better quality superior lighting results.
- Wattage: 6.2 watt / Halogen equivalent: 80W
- Colour Temperatures:
- Extra warm white 2700K
- Warm White 3000K
- Cool White 4000K
- Daylight 6500K
- Lumens: 575 lumens
- CRI: 90 Color rendering index - high CRI
- Cap type: GU10
- Beam angle: 36 degrees
- Dimmable as standard with an LED compatible dimmer switch.
- Voltage: Mains 220-240V
- Lifetime: 25,000 hours
- Frequency: 50 to 60 Hz
- Power factor: 0.88
- Guarantee: 3 years
- Manufacturer: Philips Lighting
Specifications & Dimensions
Specifications Beam AngleSpecifications
Every light source from an LED to a simple wax candle has a beam angle. A beam angle is a measurement of how the light is distributed. GU10 LEDs and recessed downlights have a fairly narrow beam of around 40 degrees, anything within 5 degrees is classed as a medium beam.
A wax candle or traditional light bulb would have a beam angle of 360 degrees as the light shines all the way around but is less intense.
Combing brighter downlights with wider 60 degree beams allows you to space them out further, reducing the total amount of lights needed.
More information about beam angles.
36 Degrees BrandSpecifications Philips Lighting CRISpecifications
CRI stands for Colour Rendering Index. It is a measurement of how well a light source can render the true colour of an object compared to natural light.
Rated out of 100, with an open flame or sunlight being a perfect 100. A light with 90 CRI and above would be classed as having high CRI, while 80 CRI is the standard for LEDs.
90 Ra Cap Type GU10 Colour TemperatureSpecifications
Colour temperature is a measurement of appearance. Measured in Kelvins, the lower the rating, the warmer the light appears. Choosing the right temperature can have a dramatic effect on a room.
2700K - Extra Warm White
Similar to a traditional incandescent light bulb or halogen. It has a more orange and warmer tone, with a ‘soft white’ appearance. Ideal for living rooms.
3000K - Warm White
Clearer, but still quite warm. This is the ‘new norm’ for general lighting and is the most popular option. If you’re unsure I’d recommend trying this one.
4000K - Cool White
Clearer, whiter and crisp; used in commercial locations including supermarkets. Cool white appears brighter than warm white as the LED is covered in less phosphor. It can make a room appear cold and clinical but used correctly (white walls etc) it can make a room appear cleaner and modern.
More information about colour temperatures.
Dimensions Located Below Specifications Table Dimmable Yes Energy Rating F GTiN 8718696707975 Incandescent EquivalentSpecifications 80 W Lamp ColourSpecifications Optional Life ExpectancySpecifications 25,000 Hours Lighting Technology LED Lumens 575 Lumens Product TypeSpecifications LED GU10 SeriesSpecifications
The sub-brand of a manufacturer that groups collections of products together.
Philips MasterLED Sku 929001349*02 VoltageSpecifications
AC standards for alternating current and DC standards for direct current.
Mains voltage is 230V AC and has a tolerance of 10%, some products are 220V or 240V AC which means they can be classed as mains voltage.
DC voltages usually require an LED driver to convert the mains voltage AC into low voltage DC. Popular DC voltages are 12V or 24V DC.
230V AC WarrantySpecifications 3 Years WattageSpecifications 6.2 W
- Diameter: 50mm
- Height: 54mm
Product Questions & Answers
Product Questions & AnswersI want to use Phillips master LEd in my kitchen. Unsure of what colour temperature to select. Need the brightest bulbs possible.Question by: Peter Gieler on 17 Aug 2022, 14:30The brightness is measured in lumens, all of the colour temperature options are 575 lumens which is bright.
The higher colour temperatures would appear brighter and clearer but the colour tone goes from warm to cool, with the 6500K daylight appearing like a bright day, but bordering on having a blue tinge.
The colour temperature is more of a matter of taste, rather than a choice of brightness. Its better to match the same colour temperature with other lights in the same room.
We have more information here:
https://www.downlights.co.uk/faq-which-colour-temperature-.htmlAnswer by: Chris Horridge (Admin) on 18 Aug 2022, 07:19Can these bulbs be used outside on wall lightsQuestion by: N s johal on 21 Nov 2022, 09:16Yes, as long as the wall light is outdoor rated any GU10 LED can be used. The wall light should be IP44 or above which is classed as outdoor rated.Answer by: Chris Horridge (Admin) on 21 Nov 2022, 09:41I need 8 6500k gu10 with 25 degree angleQuestion by: Ns johal on 21 Nov 2022, 09:47We only have these in 36 degrees
Also an Integral version:
We've got a 25 degree beam option, but its 4000K:
https://www.downlights.co.uk/philips-expert-colour-gu10-led-dimmable.htmlAnswer by: Chris Horridge (Admin) on 21 Nov 2022, 09:51Is the 4000k sufficient for outdoor lights , I have quite a big house ?Question by: N s johal on 21 Nov 2022, 09:57The colour temperature doesn't represent brightness. Brightness is measured in lumens and these are one of the brightest GU10 LEDs on the market.
The colour temperature is about the tone of light. 6500K is like an ultra white which can look at bit harsh or clinical. 4000K is a cool white tone which is used in offices and supermarkets. The warmer 3000K or 2700K are more like an old incandescent or halogen and are quite orange & homely.
We have more information about colour temperatures here:
https://www.downlights.co.uk/faq-which-colour-temperature-.htmlAnswer by: Chris Horridge (Admin) on 21 Nov 2022, 10:06What is the best light temperature for a GU10 LED bulb in a bathroom.Question by: David Perry on 11 Oct 2023, 11:06There is no right or wrong answer to this. I've got 2700K extra warm in my bathroom which is like an old halogen/incandescent.
The most popular choice for bathrooms is 4000K cool white.
It does depend on the function though, if you're bathing in there, you might want a more relaxing tone. We also have DimTone LEDs which dim in colour temperature as you dim the brightness.
We've got an FAQ about it here:
https://www.downlights.co.uk/faq-which-colour-temperature-.htmlAnswer by: Chris Horridge (Admin) on 11 Oct 2023, 11:23
- 929002059599 - 2700K
- 929002068499 - 3000K
- 929002066099 - 4000K
- 929002209999 - 6500K