Bug Lights by BULBRITE

Aug. 22, 2011

Energy efficient, ideal for outdoor use.

BULBRITE Bug Lights can be used for outdoor security fixtures, downlights and portables.  They are available in compact fluorescent and standard incandescent lamps. Both are designed with a bright yellow finish, which repels bugs and insects.

The CFL Bug Light offers 75% energy savings and lasts eight times longer than standard incandescents.  It has a minimum starting temperature of zero degrees Fahrenheit.  The 15-watt CFL has an A19 shape with an E26 base, and is UL listed for damp locations.  It is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent, runs on a 120-volt lighting system, has a CRI of 82, and an average life of 6,000 hours.

For more information, visit www.bulbrite.com

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