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Old 01-27-2015, 07:44 PM   #1
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High lumen LED for E-26

I am replacing my sconce lights with 12v dc LED. What are you all using for high lumen lights that are a direct fit into E-26 fixtures?
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Old 01-28-2015, 11:56 AM   #2
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Has no one converted to 12v LED and used the original 110 fixtures? Those are known as E26 fixtures. If so what bulbs are you using? Do you know the brightness (lumens) of the bulbs you are using?
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Old 01-28-2015, 12:19 PM   #3
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I used these:
iLLumi Projections WARM WHITE 42x 5050 cluster E26 Screw Base DC 12V-20V 9W Motor Home Marine Low Voltage LED Light Bulb DC battery Solar fishing lamp FREE SHIPPING - Led Household Light Bulbs - Amazon.com

My electrical system is a little older than yours though. I have dedicated 12-volt lights and separate 110-volt lights. So I'm not sure if this is what you need.
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My system is new and it's all wired for 12v. Because these lights will be inside wall sconces I am already restricting the light path, that's the reason I am looking for high lumen 12v bulbs. I see they say " equivalent to a 75 watt bulb but never come out and say what the lumens are. I am glad however to see that they are at least available for testing. I also found a bulb that is 'advertised' as equal to a 150 w. bulb. Thanks for the link...
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I could take a picture of mine with the lights on if that would be of help. I don't have a way of measuring the light output though. Unfortunately, I'm out of town right now and won't be home until Saturday.
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If you think of it that would be great , thank you!
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