Xenon Light Bulbs

Which illumination type mimics natural sunlight the best? In most settings, it would be the xenon light bulb. As a result, they are typically found in hospitals and similar institution where consistent task lighting is necessary. Moreover, consider that a typical xenon bulb has roughly three times the output of a halogen bulb. Not surprisingly, there are limited applications for this technology inside the home.

Choosing a Xenon Light Bulb by Type is the Easiest Way

G-type xenon LED bulbs are slated for decorative use. You might find them in bathrooms but also some candelabra bases. When choosing xenon LED light bulbs for your home’s fixtures, opt for those compatible with a dimmer switch. While you will enjoy the brightness of the lighting, it is nice to turn it down occasionally. By the way, when buying a 60 watt xenon bulb, remember also that you may pair it with other bulbs of different wattage.

Is xenon technology too tame? Consider HID light bulbs that combine electric arcs with transparent quartz. It looks fantastic and is a great security bulb. In fact, there are plenty of specialty light bulbs that work well and look great.

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    More Options >> Candelabra E12 Base Dimmable Xenon
    by Bulbrite
    List: $60.30 Our Price: $40.20
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    More Options >> Candelabra E12 Base Dimmable Xenon
    by Bulbrite
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