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Samsung24x 3.2W B35 LED Candle Lights

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Retail: R720

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Product Specifications
  • Type: Candle (B35/Clear)
  • Beam angle (°) 170
  • Equivalent to (W) 15
  • Operating temperature (℃) ‐20~+40
  • Wattage (W) 3.2
  • Average lifetime (hrs) 15,000 (15.2 years*)
  • Lumen output (lm) 160
  • Color Description Warm White
  • Lamp efficacy (lm/W) 50
  • Color temperature (K) 2725±145
  • Voltage (V) AC 220~240
  • Color rendering index (Ra) 80
  • Frequency (Hz) 50/60
  • Diameter X Overall length (mm) 38 X 109
  • Input current (mA) 35
  • Starting time (s) 0.1
  • Power factor ≧0.4
  • Dimmable No
  • Weight (g) 52
  • On/Off cycles 200,000
  • Certification CE
What's in the Box?
  • 24 x 3.2W LED Candle Light Bulbs or 24 x 3.2W LED Candle Frosted Light Bulbs
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