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How to choose the right light
How much light do you want?
Lumens (lm) measure light output. A 400 lm LEDARE bulb gives the same light output as a 35W incandescent bulb. But it uses only 6.3W of energy. We have light sources in 80 lm, 90 lm, 200 lm, 400 lm, 600 lm and 1000 lm.
Power consumption
LEDARE bulbs use much less energy compared to the old incandescent types. So you can choose them by light output – in LUMEN – rather than by power consumption (W). Watts measures the power consumption. Our light bulbs consumes from 1.1-14.2W.
80 lm
90 lm
200 lm
400 lm
600 lm
1000 lm
Light bulb illustration 1.1 W = 9 WLight bulb illustration 1.8 W = 10 WLight bulb illustration 3.5 W = 21 WLight bulb illustration 6.3 W = 35 WLight bulb illustration 10 W = 48 WLight bulb illustration 13 W = 72 W
Check the fitting!
EXX (E27, E26 or ES)
(E27, E26 or ES)
(E12, E14, E17 or SES)
EXX (E12, E14, E17 or SES)GU4GU5.3GU9GU10
Want a warmer or a cooler light?
LED bulbs containing more red portion in the spectrum provide a warm light that’s ideal for relaxing. Cooler light is ideal for working or cooking, for example.
2700 Kelvin
Warm daylight
Cool white
Cool daylight
2700 Kelvin
4000 Kelvin
5000 Kelvin
4000 Kelvin5000 Kelvin
Think about where you’ll use it. Most LEDARE bulbs are dimmable – but not all, so do check. For spots you usually use a bulb with beam angle. Bulbs with wider beams give a general light, while bulbs with narrow beams give a directed light. Candle-shaped bulbs direct the light better in, for example, a lamp with a long shade.
Beam angles
Beam angles
LED lifetime
LED lifetime