What's the biggest Wattage LED Bulb made to date?
In some of the big box stores that have a large supply of LED bulbs, the
biggest (Equivalant) wattage I can find is somewhere between 60 and 75
watts, (800 lumens).
But what if I wanted to replace a 500W halogen fixture and want the same
amount of light? Those halogens are rated from 8,500 to 11,000 lumens.
(depending on manufacturer).
I imagine that would take hundreds if not thousands of LED cells on a
panel. But I'd be willing to pay quite a bit, if I could find a bulb.
I have always hated those tubular halogen bulbs, which have a short
lifespan, and tend to burn up the fixture (contacts) every couple years.
So, considering what I've paid for bulbs, and replacement fixtures, not
to mention the high cost of electricity to use them, I think a LED would
pay for itself in a short time.
But do they exist????