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TCP Brand LED 7W MR16 - 4100K - Narrow Flood - DIMMABLE - 50W Equivalent


LED712VMR16V41KNFL
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Part Number: LED712VMR16V41KNFL
Dimmable

Wattage - 7w (50w Equivalent)
Voltage - 12v
Color Temp - 4100K

  • Energy Efficient: 80% more efficient than halogen.
  • Replaces 35W halogen.
  • Solutions for 12V MR16.
  • Excellent CBCP and beam quality.
  • Long Life: 25,000 hours (lasts at least 12 times longer than halogen.)
  • ROI < 1 year
  • Excellent color consistency and high color rendering (CRI).
  • Smooth, uniform dimming.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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1 of 5 LED Bulbs August 18, 2016
Reviewer: Leslie Wiedemann from Huntington Beach, CA United States  
The LED bulbs DO NOT dim without the light flickering.  The dimming range is OK but they flicker at all settings.  They are NOT dimmable as advertised.

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5 of 5 TCP Brand LED MR16-4100-Narrow Flood-Dimmable-50W July 3, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Galloway, NJ United States  
used these mr 16 led to replace a regular 60w
mr 16.  Was having trouble with an outside projector.  It seemed to melt the images I was using to show on the house.  Was not sure if these lamps would be bright enough, but they work fine.

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5 of 5 Comparing beam width to Std, flood November 10, 2015
Reviewer: Gerald Price from Mariposa, CA United States  
Quality was great and bulb performed well.

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5 of 5 Lights Up Great! March 22, 2014
Reviewer: Jon Mosby from Menlo Park, CA United States  
Lights our new driveway so much better than the 20W haligon lights, so cuts WAY down on heat and power consumption.

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