At DPH Trading we have many different types of bulbs making you able to find the right one for your lamp.
In doubt as to the brightness of a bulb, when it is set in Lumen (Lm)? Below the product listing on this page you will find an overview of how the wattage of the old bulb corresponds to the new Lumen values.
Below you can also read more about bulbs with dimming and what you need to do to ensure that they function correctly.
Here you will find the corresponding Lumen values to a given wattage.
15 watt corresponds to 140 lumen or more
25 watt corresponds to 250 lumen or more
35 watt corresponds to 350 lumen or more
40 watt corresponds to 470 lumen or more
60 watt corresponds to 800 lumen or more
75 watt corresponds to 1.050 lumen or more
100 watt corresponds to 1.520 lumen or more
På de af vores pærer, som har angivet lumenværdi, er den angivet med forkortelsen Lm.
On those of our bulbs that informs about their lumen value this has been indicated with the abbreviation Lm.
Dimming with LED light bulbs
Many modern energy conserving LED light bulbs can also be dimmed, but if your dimmer is of an older design, then you need to be aware of some issues. Many older light dimmers are made to function with the old incandescent light bulbs. This means they are made to regulate power supply above 25 watt. Modern LED light bulb and the like use well below 25 watt meaning the dimmer cannot supply them correctly. The dimmer must therefore often transmit a minimum of 25 watt to the lamp to dim the light. To solve this in regards to modern LED light bulbs you might have the option of connecting one lamp with more bulbs or more lamps with one bulb to the dimmer, so the total becomes more than 25 watt. Then you will be able to continue to dim the light with an old dimmer.