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LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

75 Watt Equal

LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

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LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

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LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

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LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

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LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's MR16 LEDs are high performance L

Soraa MR16

Soraa’s MR16 is now powered by our third generation of GaN on GaN LED tech

GU10 LED MR16

MR16 LED Light Bulbs - GU10 Base MR16 shape with GU10 base for use directional

LED MR16 Replacement Lights for Halogen MR16's

MR16 LEDs are high performance LED light bulbs, which are direct replacements to traditional Halogen MR16 light bulbs. They are RoHS compliant and 100% mercury free making them better for the environment.

Additional benefits include no UV or infrared emissions, relatively cool running performance, ability to withstand vibration (no filament), no warm-up time or waiting to turn on and no detrimental effects from rapid cycling on and off. They can also be used in motion lights and photocells.

LED MR16 Beam Spread Options

LED MR16s have a wide range of beam angles:

  • Narrow Spot: less than 10 degree beam angle
  • Spot: 15 degree beam angle
  • Narrow Flood: 25 degree beam angle
  • Flood: 36 degree beam angle
  • Wide Flood: greater than 50 degree beam angle

Color Temperatures of Light Bulbs

Selecting the right light bulb and fixture for your application requires careful consideration of its Kelvin temperature. The color temperature can also help guide you in determining which fixture is right for each room. Whether you need an ambient source of light or one for highly-focused task lighting, keep in mind the following Kelvin ranges:

  • Less than 2000K: gives off a dim glow of light, similar to what you might find from candlelight; best for low light areas where ambient illumination is welcomed
  • 2000K-3000K: gives off a soft white glow, often yellow in appearance; best for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and outdoor spaces
  • 3100K-4500K: gives off a bright amount of white light; best for kitchens, offices, work spaces and vanities where task lighting is needed
  • 4600K-6500K: gives off a bright amount of blue-white light, similar to that of daylight; best for display areas and work environments where very bright illumination is needed
  • 6500K and up: gives off a bright bluish hue of light, often found in commercial locations; best for bright task lighting

LED is one of today's most energy-efficient and rapidly-developing lighting technologies. Quality LED light bulbs last longer, are more durable, and offer comparable or better light quality than other types of lighting.  LED is a highly energy efficient lighting technology, and has the potential to fundamentally change the future of lighting in the United States.  Residential LEDs -- especially ENERGY STAR rated products -- use at least 75% less energy, and last 25 times longer, than incandescent lighting.But not all LED lights are created equal, here are a few things to consider when purchasing LED light bulbs or fixtures.  Try our energy savings calculator to find out excatly just how much your can save by making the switch to LED.  Shop LED lighting.