LED / Lighting

27-Watt LED Bulb that Replaces 100-watt Incandescent

May 22nd, 2012


GE Lighting has announced a light-emitting diode replacement for the 100-watt incandescent light bulb that packages 27 watts of input power in a standard “A-19” bulb shape. The GE Energy Smart® 27-watt LED bulb incorporates proprietary synthetic jet technology that was enabled by GE’s collaboration with ecomaginationSM Challenge winner Nuventix, creator of LED cooling technologies for energy-efficient lighting.

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One Response to “27-Watt LED Bulb that Replaces 100-watt Incandescent”

  1. Mungoo says:

    My small wind turbine produces 3.7 volts when spinning freely. When it is attached to a LED bulb, it slows almost to a stop and produces nothing. The polarity is correct and the wires are attached to the correct leads (leeds?) Why isn’t my bulb lighting up? LED Downlights