I had one fail but I don't know that the bulb was defective or if it was
damaged in handling. Blew out first time it was switched on. I have a
bunch of them and like them. Our preference is the "daylight" as it is
a whiter light.
The heat generated when the light bulbs are actually dimmed is not from the LED itself, but the electronics that control the dimming. The heat generated is probably at a minimum when the bulbs are actually 100% on.
On Sun, 21 Jan 2018 18:28:54 -0800 (PST), email@example.com wrote:
Any dimmable LEDS I've run run cooler at lower intensities. The
dimming mechanism is in the wall mounted dimmer switch (a phase
triggered triac) - and the ones that change the cut-off point instead
of the turnon work better for LEDs and produce less heat because they
turn on at zero crossing (lower inrush) and vary the turn-off (no
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