Parabolic Aluminized Reflector (PAR) lamps are used in a variety of commercial, residential, hospitality, and retail applications. They are know for their high light output and precise beam control options. With a wide range of sizes, wattages, finishes, and beam angles available, please contact us for assistance in selecting the right PAR LED bulbs for design requirements.
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Parabolic Aluminized Reflector (PAR) lamps have many uses in commercial and residential projects. They offer a high light output and the ability to precisely control the beam angle of that light output. This makes them ideal as artwork spotlights, ceiling-mounted task lights, flood lights, and much more. You’ll see them used in hotels, art galleries, retail stores, office building atriums, and private homes. Replacement PAR LED lamps can also be used in outdoor flood lights for safety and security and spot lights to highlight signage or exterior architectural features of a building.
What is the Difference Between PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38 bulbs?
The number indicates the diameter of the light. PAR20 measures 20 eighths of an inch, which is 2.5 inches or approximately 64 millimeters across. PAR30 is 3.75 inches or 95 millimeters, while PAR38 is 4.75 inches or 120 millimeters.
Are you currently using halogen bulbs in flood lights or spotlights and want to lower your energy costs? If so, consider replacing them with high-quality PAR LED bulbs. Using LED lamps in your flood lighting and spotlights is a far better option over halogen in many ways. LED lamps have a longer lifespan than halogens — approximately 25,000 to 50,000 hours, compared 2,000 hours or less for halogen bulbs. This means a big reduction in replacement costs. LED lighting uses less power, which makes it more environmentally friendly. A 43-watt halogen bulb is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent, compared to 9-12 watts for an equivalent LED bulb. LED lamps also run much cooler than halogen, making them safer for indoor use, and they have a wider operating voltage range for certain applications. In terms of lighting applications, LEDs can be in almost any color, while halogen lamps are only available in shades of white.