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Savage LED Bi-Color Bulb (50W)

BH #SA50WLEDBI • MFR #50WLED-BI
Savage LED Bi-Color Bulb (50W)
Key Features
  • Variable Color Temperature: 3200 - 5600K
  • 350W Tungsten Equivalent
  • Includes Wireless Remote Control
  • Includes Detachable Blue Gel Dome
A replacement for the lamps that come with the Savage LED700K-BI Kit, the dimmable 50W Bi-Color LED Light Bulb has an E26 household-type screw-in base and color that's variable from 3200 to 5600K, with a CRI of 90 indicating an accurate rendition of color. Although it generates a negligible amount of heat, the bulb has an integrated quiet fan to lengthen lamp life which is estimated at 20,000 hours. The bulb is not only flexible in features but it's powerful too, outputting the equivalent of a 350W tungsten fixture while drawing just 35W. An attractive feature of the bulb is the inclusion of a wireless remote control that allows dimming and color adjustments at distances up to 50'. A detachable blue gel dome is also included for creative lighting effects.
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Savage 50WLED-BI Overview

A replacement for the lamps that come with the Savage LED700K-BI Kit, the dimmable 50W Bi-Color LED Light Bulb has an E26 household-type screw-in base and color that's variable from 3200 to 5600K, with a CRI of 90 indicating an accurate rendition of color. Although it generates a negligible amount of heat, the bulb has an integrated quiet fan to lengthen lamp life which is estimated at 20,000 hours. The bulb is not only flexible in features but it's powerful too, outputting the equivalent of a 350W tungsten fixture while drawing just 35W. An attractive feature of the bulb is the inclusion of a wireless remote control that allows dimming and color adjustments at distances up to 50'. A detachable blue gel dome is also included for creative lighting effects.

Photometrics
3000 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 5600K
2800 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 4200K
2400 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 3200K
UPC: 731409786119

Savage 50WLED-BI Specs

Key Specs
Base Type
E26
Wattage
35 W
Dimming
Yes
Base Type
E26
Color Accuracy Standard
CRI 90
Wattage
35 W
Tungsten-Lamp Equivalent
350 W
Dimming
Yes
Expected Lamp Life
20,000 Hours
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
8.05 x 3.9 x 3.9"

Savage 50WLED-BI Reviews

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How is the color controlled?

How is the color controlled?
Asked by: Ralph
The color on the Savage LED Bi-Color Bulb is controlled via its included remote.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-01-12

Can i use this on 240V?

Can i use this on 240V?
Asked by: Ken
The manufacturer rates this bulb for use in 110-230V environments.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-02-12

Will four bulbs on a single circuit ...

Will four bulbs on a single circuit simultaneously pair with the remote control when the circuit is switched on?
Asked by: Ralph
Yes, up to four bulbs can be driven on a 2.4 gig frequency.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-01-12

Can these bulbs be dimmed by a conventional ...

Can these bulbs be dimmed by a conventional dimmer switch instead of the remote control?
Asked by: Ralph
Yes, the savage led bi-color bulb (50W) offers dimmable tri-band technology.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-01-13

When turned off / on, (not via remote, but ...

When turned off / on, (not via remote, but unplugging from the wall) will it remember the last setting?
Asked by: Joonsuk
No, the last setting would not be retained on the Savage LED Bi-Color Bulb if unplugged from a screw base fixture.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-02-24

Is there a way to mount these in a bracket system ...

Is there a way to mount these in a bracket system that will allow me to use grids, snoots, and other modifiers? If so, what product?
Asked by: Elvis
This product has no add on accessories, it's use is just itself.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-02-24

How many lumens?

How many lumens?
Asked by: Philip
The lumens measurements are as follows: 3000 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 5600K 2800 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 4200K 2400 lumens at 3.28' (1.0 m) at 3200K
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-05-02
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