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LV-COBCL-5B-NW Natural White Candelabra (mini screw in base) 120v AC

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Product Description

Dimmable Natural White COB LED Candelabra Screw in Light bulb.  This is 120v AC and they are commonly found in RV sconces that can only be turned on when on shore power or inverter.  Not recommended for over the stove (some have same size base).  

5 Watt COB (Circuit on Board) LED has a glass diffuser above it which spreads the light like a typical bulb, and is equivilent to a regular 40w incandescent bulb.

This 120v Lamp is ETL-US Certified and can also be used in your regular house.

Available in three colors of White: (Refer to our Color Range Page Here)

LV-COBCL-5B-CW Cool White 6000k

LV-COBCL-5B-NW Natural White 4000k (This item)

LV-COBCL-5B-WW Warm White 3000k

Item Number LV-COBCL-5B-NW
Color Kelvin 4000
Calculated Lumens 350
Visible Light similar to 40w
Calc Amps at 120V AC 0.04
Rated Volts 120v AC
Polarity AC
Overall Length 4 1/4"
Overall Width (or diameter) 1 1/2"
Overall Height n/a




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  1. blinky 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Feb 2016

    Bulbs are much brighter and good color. Got for my Hunter fan in my house. It has a remote and when I shut them off with the remote they blink. It has a dimmer so I assume it is something to do with that. The incans didn't blink. I have to shut them off at the wall to get them to complete go out. I guess I need the exercise anyway.

    M4 Note: If there is any light with the light off, it means your fan is leaking electricity. With an incandescent, it simply does not leak enough to make the light glow, but since the LED uses so little power a leaking fan switch can cause this effect. This is not an issue with the LED, but with the electronic switch in the RV.