AmbientLED by Philips

July 25, 2011
An LED replacement bulb for 75-watt incandescent light bulbs

The new Philips AmbientLED 17-watt light bulb, which puts out 1,100 lumens of light using just 17 watts of electricity, is designed to replace a 75-watt incandescent bulb and is the brightest LED alternative to a standard incandescent available on the market today.

Designed to meet Energy Star specifications for a 75-watt LED equivalent, the bulb will reduce energy consumption by 80 percent, last 25 times longer and save an estimated $160 in electricity costs during its lifespan as compared to the traditional 75-watt incandescent. The Philips AmbientLED 17-watt fits into existing fixtures and works with standard dimmers, giving consumers a simple, long-lasting solution.

To learn more, visit www.philips.com.

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