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CASE OF 24 - LED BR40 Bulb - 17W - 1400 Lumens - Euri Lighting

CASE OF 24 - LED BR40 Bulb - 17W - 1400 Lumens - Euri Lighting
SKU: LEDBR301000051151-CS
MPN: EB40-17W3000E (case) | EB40-17W3020E (case) | EB40
$104.99
$4.37 per unit
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$104.99

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    Dimmable, 17W, 1400 Lumens, and Available in 2700K, 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K - Replace Your 100W Incandescent or Halogen Flood Lamps with LED BR40s Today for More Energy Savings and Brightness for Your Spaces

    These Euri Lighting LED BR40 lamps deliver superior brightness, valuable energy savings, long-lasting performance, and true color perception. Replace your 80W incandescent bulbs with this energy efficient option that can be used for various applications. Applications include use in recessed can lighting, flood lighting, and track lighting. These LED BR40 lamps have numerous features including being Energy Star Certified, dimmable, and damp rated. Additional specs noted below:

    • Wattage: 17W
    • Incandescent Equivalent: 100W
    • Lumens: 1400 Lumens
    • Lumens/Watt: 82.4
    • Color Temperature: Available in 4 different color temperatures including 2700K (Warm White), 3000K (Soft White), 4000K (Bright White), and 5000K (Cool White)
    • CRI: 80
    • Beam Angle: 110°
    • Base: E26 Base
    • Dimmable: Yes
    • Input Voltage: 120V

    Product Dimensions: 4.7" Dia. x 6.2" H

    This is a full case of Bulbs. You will receive a total of 24 bulbs!

    What is the difference between BR30 and BR40 LED light bulbs?

    The terms BR30 and BR40 refer to specific types of light bulbs, specifically bulged reflector bulbs, with different sizes and applications. When choosing between BR30 and BR40 bulbs, consider the size of the fixture and the lighting requirements for the space. BR40 bulbs are larger and typically provide more light output, making them suitable for larger spaces or areas where more brightness is needed. BR30 bulbs are more commonly used in smaller fixtures or areas where a softer, more focused light is sufficient.

    • BR30 light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 3.75 inches. They are typically used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "30" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.
    • BR40 light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 5 inches making them larger than BR30 bulbs They are also used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "40" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.

    Can I replace a BR30 with a BR40?

    Yes, BR40s can be used to replace BR30s. There are some considerations to keep in mind though.

    • Size & Fixture Compatibility - BR40 bulbs have a larger diameter compared to BR30 bulbs. Make sure that the BR40 will actually fit the fixture for both performance and aesthetics.
    • Light Coverage - BR40 bulbs generally have a wider beam angle, providing broader light coverage compared to BR30 bulbs. If you are looking for a more narrow and focused light distribution, a BR30 bulb should be used.
    • Brightness & Intensity - BR40 bulbs are often higher in wattage and lumens. The brightness and intensity will change with the installation of a new bulb type with new specs.

    What is a BR40 bulb used for? What are some typical lights that take BR40 bulbs?

    BR40 bulbs are used for applications that require a wider beam angle and broader light coverage. Common lights and lighting applications for BR40 bulbs include recessed can lights. outdoor flood lights, track lighting, and lighting high ceilings and large open-concept rooms.

    Is PAR38 the same as BR40? Is there a difference in the beam angle?

    PAR38s and BR40s share some similarities with the biggest being they are types of flood lights. Their shapes, beam angles, applications, and light distribution differ.

    • Shape & Beam Angle:

      • PAR38: The shape of PAR38s is narrower making it have a more focused and narrower beam angle for focused spotlighting or directional lighting.
      • BR40: BR40s are wider and shallower in shape. They provide a broader beam angle. and their bulged shape is designed for more even light distribution making them ideal for broader illumination where a wider beam angle is needed.
    • Applications & Light Distribution:
      • PAR38: PAR38s are commonly used in outdoor fixtures for flood lighting, spot lighting, and accent lighting. The light distribution is more directional and focused on specific areas or objects.
      • BR40: The light distribution of BR40s is more spread out and even. Since the light distribution is more spread out that makes BR40s more suitable for larger areas that require general illumination over a wider area like a living room or areas with recessed lighting.

    Shop Euri Lighting on LightUp for a selection of lighting to fit your needs for various applications.

    Need more bulbs for your other projects? Shop our selection of LED Bulbs today.

    Check out all that LightUp has to offer on weekly specials, new products, categories and more on our home page!

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  • Additional Information
    Case Qty 24
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Color 2700K Warm White
    Color 3000K Soft White
    Color 4000K Bright White
    Color 5000K Daylight
    Country Of Origin China
    Product Type LED Bulbs
    Season Everyday
    Warranty 3 Year
    Ratings and Certifications Energy Star
    Ratings and Certifications UL Listed
    Beam Angle 210 Degrees
    CRI 80
    Features Dimmable
    Features Instant On
    Features Long Life Span
    Features Mercury Free
    Features Shatter Resistant
    Features Warranty
    Features Damp Rated
    Life Hours 25,000 Hours
    Light Source LED
    Lumens 1400
    Lumens per Watt 82 lm/W
    Lumens Range 800 - 1,500 Lumens
    Recommended Uses dimmable.png
    Recommended Uses ul_listed.png
    Recommended Uses energy_star.png
    Recommended Uses damp_location.png
    Shape BR40
    Watt Equivalent 100 Watt
    Wattage 17W
    HR-mail-only true
    Left Overlay Image 24 Pack.png
    Base Type E26 / Medium
    Brand Euri Lighting

Dimmable, 17W, 1400 Lumens, and Available in 2700K, 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K - Replace Your 100W Incandescent or Halogen Flood Lamps with LED BR40s Today for More Energy Savings and Brightness for Your Spaces

These Euri Lighting LED BR40 lamps deliver superior brightness, valuable energy savings, long-lasting performance, and true color perception. Replace your 80W incandescent bulbs with this energy efficient option that can be used for various applications. Applications include use in recessed can lighting, flood lighting, and track lighting. These LED BR40 lamps have numerous features including being Energy Star Certified, dimmable, and damp rated. Additional specs noted below:

  • Wattage: 17W
  • Incandescent Equivalent: 100W
  • Lumens: 1400 Lumens
  • Lumens/Watt: 82.4
  • Color Temperature: Available in 4 different color temperatures including 2700K (Warm White), 3000K (Soft White), 4000K (Bright White), and 5000K (Cool White)
  • CRI: 80
  • Beam Angle: 110°
  • Base: E26 Base
  • Dimmable: Yes
  • Input Voltage: 120V

Product Dimensions: 4.7" Dia. x 6.2" H

This is a full case of Bulbs. You will receive a total of 24 bulbs!

What is the difference between BR30 and BR40 LED light bulbs?

The terms BR30 and BR40 refer to specific types of light bulbs, specifically bulged reflector bulbs, with different sizes and applications. When choosing between BR30 and BR40 bulbs, consider the size of the fixture and the lighting requirements for the space. BR40 bulbs are larger and typically provide more light output, making them suitable for larger spaces or areas where more brightness is needed. BR30 bulbs are more commonly used in smaller fixtures or areas where a softer, more focused light is sufficient.

  • BR30 light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 3.75 inches. They are typically used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "30" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.
  • BR40 light bulbs usually have a diameter of around 5 inches making them larger than BR30 bulbs They are also used for flood lights, recessed can lights, and track lighting. The "40" after "BR" represents the diameter in 1/8" increments.

Can I replace a BR30 with a BR40?

Yes, BR40s can be used to replace BR30s. There are some considerations to keep in mind though.

  • Size & Fixture Compatibility - BR40 bulbs have a larger diameter compared to BR30 bulbs. Make sure that the BR40 will actually fit the fixture for both performance and aesthetics.
  • Light Coverage - BR40 bulbs generally have a wider beam angle, providing broader light coverage compared to BR30 bulbs. If you are looking for a more narrow and focused light distribution, a BR30 bulb should be used.
  • Brightness & Intensity - BR40 bulbs are often higher in wattage and lumens. The brightness and intensity will change with the installation of a new bulb type with new specs.

What is a BR40 bulb used for? What are some typical lights that take BR40 bulbs?

BR40 bulbs are used for applications that require a wider beam angle and broader light coverage. Common lights and lighting applications for BR40 bulbs include recessed can lights. outdoor flood lights, track lighting, and lighting high ceilings and large open-concept rooms.

Is PAR38 the same as BR40? Is there a difference in the beam angle?

PAR38s and BR40s share some similarities with the biggest being they are types of flood lights. Their shapes, beam angles, applications, and light distribution differ.

  • Shape & Beam Angle:

    • PAR38: The shape of PAR38s is narrower making it have a more focused and narrower beam angle for focused spotlighting or directional lighting.
    • BR40: BR40s are wider and shallower in shape. They provide a broader beam angle. and their bulged shape is designed for more even light distribution making them ideal for broader illumination where a wider beam angle is needed.
  • Applications & Light Distribution:
    • PAR38: PAR38s are commonly used in outdoor fixtures for flood lighting, spot lighting, and accent lighting. The light distribution is more directional and focused on specific areas or objects.
    • BR40: The light distribution of BR40s is more spread out and even. Since the light distribution is more spread out that makes BR40s more suitable for larger areas that require general illumination over a wider area like a living room or areas with recessed lighting.

Shop Euri Lighting on LightUp for a selection of lighting to fit your needs for various applications.

Need more bulbs for your other projects? Shop our selection of LED Bulbs today.

Check out all that LightUp has to offer on weekly specials, new products, categories and more on our home page!

Case Qty 24
Clearance Non-Clearance
Color 2700K Warm White
Color 3000K Soft White
Color 4000K Bright White
Color 5000K Daylight
Country Of Origin China
Product Type LED Bulbs
Season Everyday
Warranty 3 Year
Ratings and Certifications Energy Star
Ratings and Certifications UL Listed
Beam Angle 210 Degrees
CRI 80
Features Dimmable
Features Instant On
Features Long Life Span
Features Mercury Free
Features Shatter Resistant
Features Warranty
Features Damp Rated
Life Hours 25,000 Hours
Light Source LED
Lumens 1400
Lumens per Watt 82 lm/W
Lumens Range 800 - 1,500 Lumens
Recommended Uses dimmable.png
Recommended Uses ul_listed.png
Recommended Uses energy_star.png
Recommended Uses damp_location.png
Shape BR40
Watt Equivalent 100 Watt
Wattage 17W
HR-mail-only true
Left Overlay Image 24 Pack.png
Base Type E26 / Medium
Brand Euri Lighting