GU10 LED Bulbs
How much can I save if I use LED GU10 bulbs instead of normal halogen bulbs?
If you choose our 4W GU10 Lights, it equals to a 50W normal bulbs, that’s 92% energy saving. If you use the light 8 hours a day, in the whole year, it only consumes 2920Watts, on the current cost of £0.15/KW, that’s only 43.2pence for the whole year. If you use 50W normal bulb, that’s going to be £5.41. So it’s a saving of £4.98/bulb each year, if you have 100 bulbs, that’s the saving of £498/year. And remember LED bulbs last for 50,000 hours, the lifespan is 17 years. And you don’t need to replace the bulbs every 1 year. So there is also the maintenance cost saved.
Shall I choose Warm White or Cool White GU10 LED Lights?
It all depends on your preference. Warm white is a gentle and software light, ideal for home, kitchen where a relaxing setting is required. Cool white is a very clinical white and brighter. It’s ideal for office, bathroom, warehouse and showroom.
Are the GU10 LED bulbs dimmable, can I use it on my dimming circuit?
You must choose the dimmable version of GU10, if you put a non-dimmable gu10 on a dimming circuit, it will be broken immediately. Our dimmable GU10 LED Bulbs are 0% to 100% dimmable and compatible with trailing edge dimming system.
I have some bulbs in my Kitchen but I don’t know if it’s GU10 or MR16.
GU10 fitting has very fat 2 pins while MR16 has very thin pins and MR16 is 12V which runs over a 12V transformer. See the picture below for the difference
I want to use GU10 LED Bulbs for a commercial project and I need 3 years warranty.
Some of our products are manufactured for commercial use with 3 years warranty, we also offer 5 years warranty, please contact us for more details.
I bought some GU10 Lights, but the brightness are so different
There are two factors you should look at. One is lumenosity, clearly the more lumens the led bulbs have, the brighter they are. Our brightest GU10 LED is with 650 Lumens and it's 6W only. The 2nd really important factor is beam angle. The bulbs with wider beam angle will spread the light more and thus the amount of light that an individual area will get will fall.
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