6 Watt LED COB Spot Bulb Warm White Dimmable

Ceiling spots lights, Architectural points of lights, Gallery Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Hotels, Schools and Home lighting.

The enerx 6 watt GU10 LED spot bulb has the latest light technology. It is a superior compact unit, designed and manufactured to replace the 50 watt halogen bulb.

The superior COB LED, high efficiency driver components and purity aluminium heat sink makes the luminous efficiency as high as 87.0 Lm/W.

Specially designed optical lens gives out a amazing soft light of 520 lumens at 38°.

Fireproof grade UL94-V0. PTB plastic base is standard.

Advantages

  • Contains No toxic or dangerous substances.
  • Long life 30,000 hours lifespan (20 years).
  • No infrared or UV Radiation emissions.
  • Instant start up.
  • 88% power saving of equivalent 50w bulb.
  • Overload and no-load protection.
  • Will not attract insects.
  • Certified to NZ Standards.
  • Warm White Ø50mm x 58mm compact design.
  • Dimmable.


  Item Our Price (NZD)
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Code: EX-GU106DWW

  6 watt
AC input voltage
AC110-265v  AC 50Hz
Power dissipation
6 watts
Luminous flux 520Lm±5%
Colour Temperature 2700-2800K
Lighting source
COB LED
Power factor 0.9
Beam Angle
38°
Weight
125g
CRI
80Ra
Working Temperature
-20 - +45°C
Quality Guarantee
3 Years
Lifespan
30,000 hrs
Dimensions
Ø50mm x 58mm
NZ Certified
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Base Available GU10

Each enerx light bulb complies with the following Marks

Conformite Europeene (French)
European Conformity

Tested to all the relevant standards that the EU demands.

Restriction of Hazardous Substances

Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment . Each individual piece of a finished product must meet all RoHS standards.

Restricted products
Lead (Pb)
Mercury (Hg)
Cadmium (Cd)
Hexavalent chromium (Cr⁶⁺)
Polybrominated biphenyls (Pbb)
Polybrominated diphenyl ether (Pbde)

Federal Communications Commission

Rating of electronic Equipment in either class A or B Class B. R.F. Emissions are so low that they do not interfere with other devices such as radio's and TV's.

C Tick

Complies to Relevant New Zealand Standards.
Suppliers Declaration of Conformity form can be issued.

enerx Dimmable LED Bulbs

Important facts for dimming LED light bulbs.

Dimming of LED bulbs is only possible if the bulbs have been manufactured to be dimmed. Installing standard non dimmable LED bulbs in a dimmable lighting circuit will only result in the bulbs continually glowing at full brightness even if the dimmer has been turned down to minimum. This is because each enerx LED bulb is fitted with its own driver that can produce full output voltage to the LED chips even when the input voltage can be between 85 to 265 volts AC.

Use the right Dimmer

When dimming LED light bulbs it is important that you use the right type of dimmer module.

Power Wise recommends that all enerx dimmable LED bulbs are dimmed using a Trailing Edge Dimmer module. A universal light dimmer is also acceptable. Trailing edge dimmers are suitable for all electronic transformers.

Do not connect trailing edge dimmers to inductive loads such as low voltage lighting with iron core transformers.

Loading of LED bulbs on a Dimmer

When dimming LED light bulbs, the total load on a dimmer should be calculated by adding the total wattage of the LED bulbs on the circuit and multiplying by 4. This is because each dimmable LED bulb has its own driver which can cause extra pressure on a dimmer. E.G. if you have 10 x 9 watt LED bulbs on one circuit the Minimal size dimmer required is 360 watts. 10 x 9 x 4 = 360.

Minimum Loads

Be aware that most trailing edge dimmers have a minimum load required of 20 watts. Ensure that the total wattage of your LED bulbs on one circuit is more than the minimum load of the dimmer.

Recommended Brands

PDL 624TM (note) Needs minimum load of 20 watts
Clipsal 32E450TM (Note) Needs minimum load of 20 watts
HPM 400TM  
Kiwi K005T Recommended
Kiwi K004U Universal Dimmer

Trailing Edge Dimmers are not suitable for wire wound transformers when used with halogen lights.

Please contact a Registered Electrician for further advice.