Larson promotes Magnalight LED
Larson Electronics says it is making it easier for homeowners who want to begin the transition to LED lighting with its 10-watt Directional LED light bulb.
When replacing burned-out bulbs to LEDs, or direct replacement, the new Magnalight LED-A19-10-E26 offers a money-saving option, the company said.
The Magnalight is designed to fit in standard light bulb sockets but provides durability and multi-color adjustability that makes it ideal for industrial and commercial applications. This 10-watt LED provides 1050 lumens from only 10 watts.
“The Edison filament-based incandescent light bulb was a horrible idea, and now we can be rid of it,” said Rob Bresnahan, with Larsonelectronics.com. “The longevity and durability of this bulb, along with the significant reduction in costs to operate it, it will pay for itself again and again.”
The LED-A19-10-E26 is the ideal upgrade or replacement for directional hand lamps and drop lights. This bulb produces nearly 20% more light at 5 ft. than a standard 100-watt rough service bulb. Combined with a "cool white" color output, this bulb is ideal for improving the light output of hand lamps, drop lights, and other standard incandescent lighting within industrial or residential applications. Operators will also benefit from the cool operation of portable lighting equipped with LED bulbs, and can stop burning themselves and others with incandescent versions of the same lights.
The base is the same screw in base that the standard light bulb will have in the United States and Europe. You can use this LED light bulb in a standard lamp in your home and install it in seconds.