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Smith-Victor 60 Watt LED Bulb

BH #SM401901 • MFR #401901
Smith-Victor
Smith-Victor 60 Watt LED Bulb
Key Features
  • Color Temperature: 5400K
  • CRI: 92
  • 250W Tungsten Equivalent
  • E26 Household Thread
The 60 Watt LED Bulb from Smith-Victor is a spare or replacement lamp compatible with many photographic and household fixtures. The bulb has a daylight color temperature of 5400K with a high CRI of 92, indicating color fidelity. The powerful lamp outputs the equivalent of a 250W tungsten fixture while running barely warm to the touch. It has a simple E26 (Edison) screw mount.
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Smith-Victor LED60 Overview

The 60 Watt LED Bulb from Smith-Victor is a spare or replacement lamp compatible with many photographic and household fixtures. The bulb has a daylight color temperature of 5400K with a high CRI of 92, indicating color fidelity. The powerful lamp outputs the equivalent of a 250W tungsten fixture while running barely warm to the touch. It has a simple E26 (Edison) screw mount.

UPC: 037730106009

Smith-Victor LED60 Specs

Base TypeE26
Bulb TypeTwist
Color Temperature5400K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 92 at 5400K
Tungsten-Lamp Equivalent250 W
Wattage60 W
AC Input Power VAC Hz at 15 A
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.675 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.55 x 3.9 x 3.8"

Smith-Victor LED60 Reviews

Didnt last a year before it blew out...

By Jeff
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-04

Throws some good light when coupled with a light box. Exhaust motor can be annoying but reasonably quiet overall which is ironic – They will overheat if kept on too long as mine just did. Price is way too high for the hassle. Question for B&H: Is there a warranty on these bulbs? If not...there should be.

4600k and it buzzes

By Kenneth
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2018-07-05

The promise was 5400k but I measured it at 4600k. Additionally, the fan emits a low buzz or hum -- enough to be heard in a video shot if the bulb is within 6 feet. All in all, the bulb would be useful to light a still photo or, in a video, the background only.

Bright!

By BrianInBuffalo
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-24

Maybe not quite as bright as a 500W halogen, but still impressive for the cost and size. I'm considering using them to replace incandescent lamps in some 6" Fresnel spotlights.

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Does this bulb have an internal fan? And how loud is it?
Asked by: Travis
According to Smith-Victor, they state that yes, the LED60 has a built-in fan. The noise from the fan is right around 3kHz, peaking at about 37dB, depending on your position in relation to the bulb. If you have an omni-directional microphone positioned right next to the bulb, you may pick up the sound of the fan. If microphones are farther away, the sound will be less noticeable. The distance at which the microphone will be placed in relation to the bulb and other variables will determine the final sound level of the fan in the bulb.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Does this light work on 220 volts, 50 hertz?
Asked by: Davy M.
Yes. According to the manufacturer, the Smith-Victor 60 Watt LED Bulb has an operating voltage range of 100-220V 50/60Hz.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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