A19 LED Bulbs

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About A19 LED Bulbs

A19 LED bulbs use innovative light-emitting diode technology to provide an energy-efficient version of the classic light bulb. Here at Westside Wholesale, we offer A19 bulbs from leading brands that are leaders in the LED lighting industry. LED bulbs are an incredible technology that dramatically reduce energy costs, especially when compared to standard incandescent versions. Plus, these light bulbs are well-made and typically last for tens of thousands of hours, reducing the time and cost associated with replacing burnt out bulbs.

A19 is the most common bulb used from the A-series light bulb type. We offer other bulbs from the A-series, including A21, A15, and A23 bulb shapes. The number following the A refers to the diameter of the bulb (specifically, its diameter at its widest point in 1/8th inches). As such, A15 bulbs are smaller than A19 bulbs, while A21 and A23 bulbs are larger. Because the A19 bulb is standard, these other bulbs usually have practical, specific applications. For example, A15 bulbs are often used in certain appliances like refrigerators or signs.

Whether you're replacing your bulbs with A19 LED lamps or diving straight into LED lighting, it's important to figure out the qualities of the bulb you need. You'll want to consider the lumen output (brightness) and color temperature of your bulb. You'll need the correct bulb base and voltage for your fixture and electrical system. Certain bulbs are dimmable, which is important to note depending on the light switches you choose to use.

LED light bulbs also feature a wattage and equivalent wattage rating. Wattage refers to the energy needed for powering the A19 bulb, whereas equivalent wattage means how much energy a comparable incandescent bulb would use. Some people will shop based on wattage; the equivalency allows customers to quickly compare LED bulbs to standard incandescent ones. An equivalent 60W LED bulb can only use 7, 9, 12, or some other wattage, depending on the brand, dimmability, lumen output, color temperature, and other factors.

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