Product code: 70322002
The SceneSwitch LED bulbs from Philips allow you to change your lighting ambiance with no additional installation or dimmer switch. Simply fit your SceneSwitch bulb to your existing light fitting and enjoy three different light scenes with a simple flick. Opt for bright white light in the morning, change it to natural light in the afternoon and choose a cosy, warm glow of light in the evenings.
- Elevate your home lighting with SceneSwitch bulbs and your existing light switches
- These LED bulbs are designed with an in-built memory chip. If your light switch is turned off for longer than 6 seconds, the light will automatically remember your last setting
- Synchronise your bulbs with multiple lamps
- SceneSwitch bulbs are not suitable for use with dimmers. If used on a dimmer, set the dimmer setting to 100% brightness
- Energy Rating
Graded on performance, from A+++ to G, with A+++ being the highest rating. Higher ratings mean better energy efficiency
- Fitting type
This indicates the cap or base of the bulb, Examples: BC-B22 = bayonet cap/ ES-E27 = edison screw/ SBC-B15 = small BC/ SES-E14 = small ES
This shows the approximate colour of the light output of the bulb, shown in degrees Kelvin (K). The lower the number the warmer the light, the higher the number the whiter the light.
- Lifetime (Hours)
Shown in hours, this is based on an average use of 3 hours illumination per day
- Lightbulb Shape
- Lightbulb Type
- Lightbulb Wattage
- Number of bulbs
Brand information & size guide
|Traditional Wattage||Halogen Equivalent||LED Equivalent||Lumens|
|40W||28W||5.5 - 6W||470+|
|60W||42W||8 - 8.5W||806+|
Please note: The table above is a guide to show you the equivalent bulb wattage across halogen, LED and traditional bulbs output.
A bulb's wattage tells us how much energy it uses, rather than the amount of light it generates (lumens). Lumens (lm) are a measure of the total output of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen the “brighter” the lamp will appear. To make comparing bulbs easy, it’s best to look for the light output (lumen).
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