LED GU10/E27 Lighting

The GU10, E27 LED light bulbs are the perfect substitute for the traditional halogen spots. A traditional halogen spot is of out-dated technology, which means that it is energy consuming, emits a lot of heat and has a relatively short lifespan. Here is why LED is halogen superior:

LED GU10, E27 Lighting Is The Perfect Substitute For Halogen Lighting

The GU10, E27 LED light fixtures in the Normasym product portfolio, has a perfect quality of light. It is bright without being blinding. A perfect quality of light also includes a high colour rendering, which in our case is 95Ra. Traditional halogen lights does not offer any flexibility in terms of colour temperature, which is vital to setting the right atmosphere. With GU10, E27 LED light bulbs, you can choose between three different colour temperatures: 2700K, 3000K and 4000K. With these three to choose from, you can either set a warm and cosy atmosphere, or a more bright and functional atmosphere.

Normasym GU10, E27 LED lights have a dimmable daylight feature that is applicable with most dimmers available on the market. The lifespan of GU10 LEDs are an astonishing 30,000 hours, compared to traditional halogen spots 2,500 hours. Combine the lifespan with the energy savings of 80-90 % compared to halogen lighting sources, and you have an incredibly short payback-time and an overall cost-saving fixture.

Best E27, GU10 LED Light Bulbs For Home Use

Finding the right LED bulbs can be a challenge. A saturated market with loads of competitors makes it a jungle to navigate in. Though, there are a few popular and safe choices, if you want to purchase an environmentally friendly light bulb here and now: It is the GU10 and the E27.

GU10, E14 and E27 are all descriptions of socket types. If you aren’t quite sure what socket type you are looking for, then get going! You simply cannot expect to get the right LED bulb with you home, if you don’t know your socket type. Let’s assume that you are looking for some E27 LED spot light bulbs. The first thing you have to do is to determine whether you have some specific requirements for your source of light. Should your bulbs be E27 dimmable light bulbs? Or are you more on the lookout for a built-in spotlight? And what about the colour temperature? If you want regular lighting to e.g. your living room, you should go for a colour temperature ranging from 2700K to 3000K. Whereas if you need functional lighting for a working space, you should go for above 4000K. It is also strongly advised that you keep the colour rendition above 90Ra to ensure that the colours are rendered in the most realistic way possible.