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- 09/19/12--15:10: _The lightbulb reinv...
- 11/10/12--09:02: _Early impressions o...
- 05/28/13--04:00: _Another month, anot...
- 03/13/14--04:00: _Cree releases a $20...
- 09/21/14--04:00: _Compact fluorescent...
- 03/19/15--04:00: _Home Depot’s Ecosma...
- 04/27/15--04:00: _Philips’ new LED bu...
- 09/19/12--15:10: The lightbulb reinvented
- 11/10/12--09:02: Early impressions of G7’s 900-lumen 9W LED bulb
- 05/28/13--04:00: Another month, another go-to LED bulb
- 03/13/14--04:00: Cree releases a $20 100W-equivalent LED bulb–but do you want one?
- 09/21/14--04:00: Compact fluorescent life expectancy
- 03/19/15--04:00: Home Depot’s Ecosmart 40w replacement is a good $5 LED bulb
- 04/27/15--04:00: Philips’ new LED bulbs are cheap but have caveats
Timothy Hunt asked me (via Twitter) if I’ve seen the lightbulb reinvented, an LED bulb that screws into a standard socket but has wi-fi capability so you can tune its light temperature and otherwise control it with a smartphone. I
My latest lighting experiment is a 900-lumen bulb from G7, which is rated at 9 watts and priced at around $16. It’s advertised as equivalent to a 65W incandescent. I’ve had two of them for about two months now, and
LED lighting seems to change constantly. I read about Cree’s LED bulbs a good 12-18 months ago and they sounded too good to be true. In a way, they were, because you couldn’t buy them anywhere. The wait is finally
Cree joined Phillips in offering an LED bulb in the 1600-lumen class, suitable for replacing 100W incandescents. The Cree bulb costs $5 less than the Phillips competitor, in unsubsidized markets. (Many utilities subsidize energy efficient bulbs because it’s cheaper than
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There’s a lot of talk about compact fluorescent life expectancy. I actually tracked my CFL lifespan. Here’s what I found. I noticed this week that a compact fluorescent bulb in the kitchen had burned out, so this week I bought an
So I took the plunge and bought a package of the Ecosmart 40w equivalent soft white LED bulbs last week. As long as you’re aware that it’s not dimmable–let me repeat that, it’s not dimmable–it’s a really good bulb, especially
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Later this week, Philips will be releasing a new, cheap LED bulb at an introductory rate of $5 for a pack of two. They are 800 lumen bulbs, equivalent to a 60w incandescent in light output, use 8.5 watts to give