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A19 LED Bulb operates on voltages from 120-277 Vac.
A19 LED Bulb operates on voltages from 120-277 Vac.
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January 8, 2013 - Available as replacement for standard 100 W incandescent light bulb, ModelLED-A19-10-E26 features 10 W of power and produces 1,050 lumens,meeting needs of industrial marketplace.Unit is equipped with food safe plastic cover, and fits into standard E26 and E27 sockets. Designed for harsh environments, bulb operates in temperatures ranging from -50 to 85C.

Larson Electronics Releases a 277 Volt AC A19 LED Bulb for the Industrial Marketplace


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Larson Electronics, LLC
9419 E US Hwy. 175
Kemp, TX, 75143
USA



Press release date: January 4, 2013

In an ongoing effort to meet the needs of the industrial marketplace, Larson Electronics announced the addition of their LED-A19-10-E26 A19 LED bulb. The unique feature of the Larson Electronics A19 LED bulb, which is a replacement for the standard 100 watt incandescent light bulb, is that it operates on voltages ranging from 120 to 277 VAC.

Larson Electronics announced the addition of an A19 style LED bulb, featuring 10 watts of power and operating on voltages ranging from 120 to 277 VAC. Equipped with a food safe plastic cover, the LED-A19-10-E26 fits into standard E26 (US) and E27 (Europe) sockets. With 10 watts of power, the Larson Electronics A19 LED bulb produces 1050 lumens. Designed for harsh environments, the Larson A19 LED bulb operates in temperature ranges from -50C to 85C.

“Given that most commercial facilities are wired to the grid at 480 Volts, they automatically have 277 VAC available, so our 277 Volt capable A19 bulb is a logical fit for this marketplace,” said Rob Bresnahan with LarsonElectronics.com. “The lumen output on this A19 LED bulb is at the top of the available choices in the marketplace, but the key feature of this bulb is its ability to operate on voltages ranging from 120 to 277 VAC. We also offer a 12/24 Volt DC version as well for the automation controls market.”

Larson Electronics produces a wide range of LED retrofit bulbs for 120/277 VAC applications and 12/24 VDC applications, including T-series bulbs, PAR38 and PAR46 bulbs. You can learn more at LarsonElectronics.com or contact 1-800-369-6671 (1-903-498-3363 international).


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