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12V LED MR16 Bulbs

MR16 bulbs are commonly used in our spotlights, downlights, well lights and in-grade lights.

12V LED MR16 Bulbs
12V LED PAR36 Bulbs

Our LED PAR36 lamps are a great match with our well lights and flood lights.

12V LED PAR36 Bulbs
12V G4 Bi Pin Bulbs

G4 bipins are used in path lights, flood lights and step lights due to their omni-directional light distribution.

12V G4 Bi Pin Bulbs
12V LED MR11 Bulbs

The ultimate compact light source, our MR11 bulbs are ideal for use in small, discreet fixtures.

12V LED MR11 Bulbs
12V LED S8 Wedge Bulbs

Choose from 6 varieties of our fully encapsulated LED S8 Wedge bulbs.

12V LED S8 Wedge Bulbs
12V LED T5 Wedge Bulbs

Our LED T5 Wedge bulbs create even omni-directional light without the unsightly hot spots of lower quality bulbs.

12V LED T5 Wedge Bulbs
12V LED SCB Bulbs

Our LED SCB (single contact bayonet base) bulbs have a milky lens that softens the light emitted.

12V LED SCB Bulbs
12V LED MR8 Bulbs

The ultimate compact light source, our MR8 bulbs are ideal for use in small, discreet fixtures.

12V LED MR8 Bulbs
12V LED R7S Bulbs

R7S bulbs utilize spring-loaded sockets to float freely in place - ideal for manual adjustments.

12V LED R7S Bulbs
12V Halogen Bulbs

Our halogen line includes our three most popular bulbs types (MR16, G4 Bi-Pin and PAR36).

12V Halogen Bulbs

12V LED LIGHT BULBS FOR OUTDOOR LIGHTING


What is an LED light bulb?

A halogen bulb has a tungsten filament; running electricity through it produces a lot of heat, and also some light. By contrast, LED light bulbs utilize solid-state light emitting diode technology. Electricity also travels through LEDs and they also glow, but they are not simple wires; they are compounds pressed together in layered semiconductor chips.

Why are LED bulbs better? What are the advantages of LED lights?

Compared to halogen or incandescent bulbs, LED bulbs are:

Much cooler and therefore much less of a fire hazard.

Far more environmentally friendly and less expensive over the long term, because the same light output (lumens) can be produced with significantly less energy consumption (wattage). Specifically, 80%-90% of the energy consumed by LEDs is converted to light vs. 10%-20% for incandescent bulbs.

Much longer lasting; a quality LED bulb will have a lifespan of 40,000-60,000 hours, which equals about 15-20 years of use in your landscape lighting system. Halogen bulbs often last just 2000-5000 hours.

More durable, because they have no filaments and therefore can withstand heavy vibrations.

What wattage LED bulb should I use?

Again, LED bulbs require far less energy use (wattage) to produce the same light output (lumens) as old halogen bulbs. When shopping for VOLT® LED bulbs, notice that we call out the halogen equivalents. For example, our 7W LED MR16 bulb is the equivalent of a 50 watt halogen bulb.

Is it worth switching to LED bulbs?

Absolutely! The light projected from VOLT LED bulbs is indistinguishable from halogen bulbs. If you swapped out all of the bulbs in a landscape lighting system, you'd save thousands of dollars over their lifetime. Use our LED energy savings calculator to determine the savings for your system.

Which is the best LED bulb?

VOLT® provides the best low voltage outdoor LED bulbs in a full range of types and styles. Specifically designed for landscape lighting, our LED bulbs are built with weather resistant, commercial grade components to maximize their life-span and feature a conformal coating on all LED circuit boards to prevent corrosion and water damage. They utilize the latest LED technology, are ETL and UL listed, and are backed by our no-hassle lifetime warranty. And as with all of our products, they're sold with factory-direct low prices

How do I choose an LED light bulb?

Finding the correct bulb for your landscape lights is easy. When you add a fixture to your cart, you are prompted to select a light bulb. Follow the simple guide to select the best light bulb for your specific needs. We also provide an in-depth landscape bulb guide for more information. And of course, if you have questions, just give us a call (813-978-3700). We're happy to help!

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What is Color Temperature (CCT)?

While all landscape lighting uses white light sources, some of these sources have a warm hue (more yellow), others have a cool hue (more blue). This variation in yellowish or bluish hue is what determines color temperature. Color temperature is expressed in degrees Kelvin (K). A warm white light might be 2700K – 3000K. A cool white source might be 4000K to 4500K. See the chart below to examples for varying color temperatures....

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What is beam angle?

Beam angle is an indication of the width of a beam of light. For example, lamps can have very narrow, narrow, wide, or extra wide beams. These terms don’t actually describe the distance from one side of the beam to the other. Instead, they describe the angles measured from center of the beam to its edges. The way it’s measured is to first find the brightest part of the beam (usually at its center) and to record that value (in candelas). Then the light meter is moved towards one edge of the beam until the candela reading is one-half the center reading. The angle between the center line and the edge line is measured. This is repeated on the

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