LED lighting

LED dimmable light

Watts (W)

Description

price ($)

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9W

Dimmable GU10 globe for 240V downlights and tracklights

33

6W

Dimmable GU10 globe for 240V downlights and tracklights

32

 

6W

Dimmable MR16 direct replacement globe for halogen globes.

33

10W

Dimmable LED downlight kit with 100mm cut out

60

3W/5W

LED Clear/Frosted Dimmable B22/E14 candle

22

3W/5W

LED Clear/Frosted Dimmable/Non Dimmable B15/B22/E14 small bulb

22

3W/5W/7W

LED Clear/Frosted Dimmable B22/E27 bulb

25

6W

12V-30V LED Frosted

29

8.8W

LED Clear Linear Batten

90

Download full descriptions and specifications from the full Going Solar:

LED lighting price list 

Also available upon request other types of light globes, PAR 38, floodlights, commercial lamps etc. All prices are subject to change without notice.

 

Why LED lighting?     

LED lighting quick guide

  • LED = Light Emitting Diode = very long life span
  • Cheaper over time, better for the environment
  • Produces more light per watt than other bulbs, but less heat
  • Immediate light but can also be dimmed & flicker free
  • Cost Saving: LED lights run on 90% less energy & 50% saving
  • LEDs are recyclable and do not contain mercury like fluorescent lamps
  • LED replaces globes for all types of standard lighting
  • Will fit existing light fittings
  • Most common 2 connections are GU10 & MR16
  • More traditional globe types are Bayonet & Edison screw:

Please see LED lighting quick guide for photos of connection types.

B22 Bayonet connection type globe, with 2 pins, 1 either side that push & twist in place.

E27 or ES Edison Screw type connection which screw in place.

SES are thinner / smaller style screw-in bulbs.

GU10 is a direct connection to 240v, no transformers needed. Replaces halogen globes for mains voltage (240v) light fittings & shouldn’t require an electrician to install.

MR16 is a 12v lighting connection & requires use of a transformer (static electrical device that transfers energy - above), usually one per light & LED specific, to step down to 240v.

For LED globes to perform at their maximum, dedicated DC Constant Voltage LED specific drivers (convert incoming AC power to proper DC voltage) should be used.

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