This GE LED A-19 Bulb was tested by green living guy staff. In addition, the test was also in an indoor lamp.
So GE LED A-19 LED Lighting has illuminated a light-emitting diode replacing the 100-watt incandescent light bulb. In addition, development located at East Cleveland, Ohio LED lab. So go USA! As a result, this puppy also only packs 27-watts of input power in a standard A-19 bulb lamp.
As a result, the GE Energy Smart® 27-watt LED bulb incorporates proprietary synthetic jet technology. Technology enabled by GE’s collaboration with ecomaginationSM Challenge winner Nuventix. So Nuventix, creator of LED cooling technologies for energy-efficient lighting.
GE’s LED 27-watt Energy Smart® LED bulb, on store shelves in the U.S. and Canada adds to the existing portfolio of LED bulbs includes a 13-watt LED (60-watt incandescent replacement) and a 9-watt LED (40-watt incandescent replacement). All which was the first incandescent-shaped (A-19) LED in the world to earn ENERGY STAR® qualification.
In conclusion, GE testing stated and green living guy staff confirmed the 100-watt incandescent replacement metrics.
- 1,600+ lumens
uniform omni-directional light distribution
3000K color temperature
Most noteworthy, a 25,000-hour life rating (22.8 years at 3 hours per day)
instant full brightness and 60+ lumens per watt
All fitting neatly in the standard A-19 bulb shape.
Finally, I donated it and this A-19 bulb still lighting up my schools at Briarcliff School District!
Source: General Electric, EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio (May 7, 2012) http://www.gelighting.com/lighttransforms