Philips to launch LED replacement for 75-watt bulb

Royal Philips Electronics will launch its EnduraLED A21 17-watt light bulb at the LIGHTFAIR® International tradeshow on 17 May 2011. Designed to replace a 75-watt incandescent bulb, while reducing energy consumption by 80% and lasting 25 times longer, the Philips EnduraLED A21 17-watt marks another milestone in LED lighting technology for everyday use.

“We continue to test the boundaries of LED innovation with exciting products that provide energy efficiency, ambiance and extraordinary reliability,” said Ed Crawford, general manager of Lamps for Philips Lighting North America.”

Philips estimates that about 90 million 75-watt incandescent light bulbs are sold annually in the United States. Switching to the LED equivalent could reduce annual electricity consumption by 5,220 megawatts and carbon emissions by 3,255,205 million metric tons, or the equivalent of taking nearly a million cars off the road.

 

 

 

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