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Savage LED Studio Lamp (50W, 120V)

BH #SA50WLED • MFR #50WLED
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Savage LED Studio Lamp (50W, 120V)
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced: 5500K, CRI:90
  • Includes Wireless Remote Control
  • Amber Filter, Blue Filter
  • Low Operating Temperature
Often used in lighting kits, the 5500K daylight-balanced 50W, 120V Savage LED Studio Lamp is a fan-cooled, tri-band technology LED light source with an E26 Edison base and a high CRI of 90 for accurate color rendition. Like all LED sources of this type it runs cool and consumes very little current. The 50W LED lamp is the equivalent of a 350W tungsten flood lamp. Included with the lamp are an amber filter, a blue filter, and a wireless remote control.
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Savage 50WLED Overview

Often used in lighting kits, the 5500K daylight-balanced 50W, 120V Savage LED Studio Lamp is a fan-cooled, tri-band technology LED light source with an E26 Edison base and a high CRI of 90 for accurate color rendition. Like all LED sources of this type it runs cool and consumes very little current. The 50W LED lamp is the equivalent of a 350W tungsten flood lamp. Included with the lamp are an amber filter, a blue filter, and a wireless remote control.

Savage 50WLED Specs

Base TypeE26
Color Temperature5500K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 90
Tungsten-Lamp Equivalent350 W
DimmingNo
Light Source Life Expectancy20,000 Hours
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Weight1 lb / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.6 x 3.95 x 3.95"
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