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New Green Lighting LED Lamps Offer Exquisite Style, Green Lighting and Attractive Energy Savings

Toshiba International Corporation on August 14, 2012 took green lighting to awesome places.  That’s right elegant canelabras. Their new candelabra LED lamp that offers breathtakingly beautiful light and impressive energy savings.

Toshiba’s new candelabra 180 series is a direct replacement for a 25W incandescent candelabra and is designed to fit standard E12 and E26 socket fixtures. The ENERGY STAR® qualified lamp uses up to 84 percent less energy than incandescent candelabras.

“This new lamp creates inviting, warm light that brings out the colors and elegance of any room,” said Peter DallePezze, Vice President of Marketing and Product Development, Toshiba International Corporation LED Lighting Systems Division. “This is exactly what designers, architects and homeowners have been looking for in energy-efficient lighting.”

“Not only are LEDs known for their energy-saving performance, they’re also known for their incredible longevity,” continued DallePezze. “That longevity means a lot to anyone who has to climb a tall ladder to replace burned-out candelabra bulbs.”
Toshiba’s candelabra 180 is dimmable, contains no mercury or lead and is rated to last 25,000 hours — or up to 16 times longer than its incandescent equivalent.

The lamp comes in a 2700K color temperature, B11 bulb type (either a frosted or clear finish). The frosted glass lamp offers 185 lumens and clear glass offers 175 lumens.  To also fit standard E26 socket fixtures, each lamp comes with swifty removable adaptor that’ll get you bulb screwed in no matter what!

“In addition to our A19s and a full array of PARs and MRs, Toshiba has added this candelabra and BR30 lamps to its lamp offering. This speaks to the advancements that we are making in LED lighting technology, as we continue to broaden the LED lighting options available for use in commercial, industrial and residential environments,” said DallePezze.

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