IngeniLED LED PAR38 Lamp, 17 Watt, 1100 Lumens, 75 Watt Equivalent, Dimmable - ABL-P38W-17E6N-A-SD

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IngeniLED LED PAR38 lamp, 17 W, 1100 Lumens Product Details

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IngeniLED LED PAR38 Light Bulb
The IngeniLED's LED PAR38 Light Bulb is perfect for use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms. They emit a crisp, bright, white light and are great for general room lighting. Operating at 17 watts, this dimmable LED bulb emits 1100 lumens of warm white 2700K light, comparable to a 60-watt incandescent bulb. This bulb is fully dimmable, so you can smoothly create your own desired ambience based on your preferences. This LED bulbs can be used in recessed cans and some track light fixtures. It provides light instantly without needing to warm up, all you need to do is simply flip the switch, and your room is at full brightness immediately. It is easy to switch from standard incandescent bulbs, as these LED bulbs are designed in the conventional bulb shapes and can effortlessly fit into existing fixtures, whether they be ceiling fixtures, or floor lamps, table lamps or pendants. This bulb is fully dimmable, so you can smoothly create your own desired ambience based on your preferences. Using this excellent IngeniLED LED PAR38 Lamp, you can save energy and enjoy beautiful, warm LED light that can last for decades. Go and get one for yourself!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • 1100 Lumens; provides efficient lighting performance
  • 17W LED bulb; gives bright light equivalent to a 60W incandescent bulb
  • 25,000hrs Life expectancy; provides long and effective service


An ENERGY STAR® qualified LED bulb will last up to 25 years.
Much longer than CFL halogen or incandescent bulbs!
Imagine not climbing a ladder to change your bulb
for another 25 years!


Over time, incandescent bulb cost you significantly more than other types of light bulbs.
Costs shown are the average energy costs to operate one light bulb over 1 year.

Cost shown are for 60 watt equivalent bulbs, which produce approximately 800 lumens of light output. Assumes bulbs are on for 3 hours a day. Electricity rate is the average price of residential electricity in the U.S. in May 2011, $0.1203/kWh (U.S. Energy Information Administration. Electric Power Monthly).

Cost to consider before you check out.

The obvious cost of a ligth bulb is the sticker price, but that's not the whole story. After you leave the checkout counte, there are several other costs involved.

With energy efficient bulbs, such as LED's and CFL's you will get more light per dollar - guaranteed

Save money at the flip of a switch

for decades there was only one type of light bulb: Thomas Edison's incandescent. But now, there are energy efficient bulbs that can save you money every time you flip the switch.

For example, the 60 Watt incandescent bulb produces 800 lumens of light. A CFL bulb generates 800 lumens from 15 Watts of energy, and the LED bulb generates 800 lumens from 12 Watts of energy.

The fewer the watts, the lower the electric bill

A lifetime of savings.

The lifespan of each type of bulb varies. ENERGY STAR® qualified LEDs last up to 25 years - in contrast with the CFLs 9 years duration, and halogens with about a year on average. This means that LED's are optimal in energy usage and longevity.

Costs you can't see.

Imagine if the next time you climb that ladder to change a burned out bulb, it's the last time. With ENERGY STAR qualified LEDs lasting up to 25 years, that's up to 25 years of hassle-free light.

  • Manufactured by: AB Lighting
    Warranty provided by: AB Lighting
    UPC No: 854859005156
    Mfg Part No: ABL-P38W-17E6N-A-SD
  • Box Size: ( Length:6, Width:5, Depth:5)
    Shipping Weight: 1.7500 pound(s)
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