A measure to the brightness of a LED Light. Example being 320 lumens would be the equivalent in brightness to a old fashioned 50w Halogen spot light.
The total electrical power used of the light. A higher wattage no longer guarantee’s that the light is brighter. EG: there are LED products which are 5w which is equal in brightness to a 50w incandescent bulb.
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Our T-Bar LED over cabinet light has a contemporary design and is ideal for mounting over cabinets, wardrobes & display units. This product is available in cool white light and is highly energy-efficient featuring 115 lumens and drawing only 1.8w in power.
These over cabinet lights come in a satin silver finish and are fully dimmable when used with a dimmable LED driver or if used with our remote control kit. Alternatively, you can operate these with a standard non-dimmable LED driver and switch on/off by a light switch or plug socket. For drivers/dimmers etc, please refer to our related products tab.
When you bought an incandescent bulb you knew that a higher wattage meant a brighter light. However, wattage really measures power consumption, not brightness. Lumens measure brightness. You can use the chart below to match the wattage of an incandescent to its LED counterpart. LEDs use less power and save money.