Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830

E27 830

Order number: : phi57767700 | EAN: 8718696577677
Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830
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Technical data "Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830"
Technology
Watt (W):
13,0
Light
Kelvin (K) :
3.000
Electricity cost calculator "Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830"

Annual electricity costs

Hours
Days
€/kWh
Length of annual operation :
2.080 Hours
Power consumption (kWh):
27,04 kWh
Energy costs:
€6.76
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Product information

Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830

Art.-Nr. phi57767700 | EAN 8718696577677
Philips

Manufacturer "Philips"

Philips Lighting is the world's leading provider of lighting products, systems and services. The company combines its insights into the positive effects of light on people with a comprehensive technology expertise for innovative digital lighting systems. Philips is an expert on connected lighting systems and professional services, and uses the Internet of Things to transform light beyond pure lighting into a fully connected world - in buildings and in urban spaces.

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GLOSSAR

Kelvin

Kelvin provides information about the color temperature of a light source. It says whether warm or cool light is spread. References are candle light (1,500 Kelvin) and the blue sky (> 10,000 Kelvin).
The lower the warmer and more comfortable the light.
Kelvin "Philips CorePro LEDbulb ND 13-100W A60 E27 830":
  • < 3.300 Kelvin

    Up to 3,300 Kelvin is called warm white light. This light color is perceived as pleasant and is particularly suitable for areas in which the coziness is in the foreground, such as living rooms, restaurants and bars.
3.000
Kelvin
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