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BR What-y?

BR stands for Bulged Reflector, and these bulbs are lamps with wide flood beam angles. Floodlights. This means that the beam of light produced when using a BR LED light bulb, like a BR30, covers at least a 45-degree angle. BR-shaped LED bulbs have a built-in reflecting surface that generates its signature flood beam spread. These deliver directional light with a soft edge that is typically found in many general use applications, such as residential light fixtures, can or recessed lights, and even track lighting. BR bulbs are not quite as precise as PAR-shaped bulbs, but they are an excellent option for both indoor and outdoor uses. 

When looking to replace your existing halogen or incandescent BR bulbs, keep in mind that switching to LED will offer longer life and less impact on your energy consumption. Further, take note that the number following the "BR" designation for these bulbs indicates the bulb's size in diameter, which is important information depending on where you plan to install them. When choosing a size for your bulbs, remember that the number indicates the diameter of the bulb face in 1/8 of an inch increments. A BR30, for example, would be 30/8 of an inch, or 3.75" in diameter. 

Did You Know?

LEDs don’t attract as many insects as other traditional light sources because they have very little UV content. This is good news for those of you who like to enjoy a summer night on your back porch, sipping on your beverage of choice without being treated as a buffet by the local pest population!

Light Bulb Moment

The very first sport to play a game under floodlights was a polo match on July 18, 1878, in London, England. Since then, stadiums and sports fans across the globe have adapted to the benefits afforded them by this revolutionary technology. The introduction of outdoor lighting at sporting events completely changed the industry, from enabling polo games to play into the evening hours more than 140 years ago, to turning Super Bowl Sunday into the incredible specticle that it has become, today. Offering safety as well as sensation, outdoor lighting technology has transformed our world as we know it.  

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BR What-y?

BR stands for Bulged Reflector, and these bulbs are lamps with wide flood beam angles. Floodlights. This means that the beam of light produced when using a BR LED light bulb, like a BR30, covers at least a 45-degree angle. BR-shaped LED bulbs have a built-in reflecting surface that generates its signature flood beam spread. These deliver directional light with a soft edge that is typically found in many general use applications, such as residential light fixtures, can or recessed lights, and even track lighting. BR bulbs are not quite as precise as PAR-shaped bulbs, but they are an excellent option for both indoor and outdoor uses. 

When looking to replace your existing halogen or incandescent BR bulbs, keep in mind that switching to LED will offer longer life and less impact on your energy consumption. Further, take note that the number following the "BR" designation for these bulbs indicates the bulb's size in diameter, which is important information depending on where you plan to install them. When choosing a size for your bulbs, remember that the number indicates the diameter of the bulb face in 1/8 of an inch increments. A BR30, for example, would be 30/8 of an inch, or 3.75" in diameter. 

Did You Know?

LEDs don’t attract as many insects as other traditional light sources because they have very little UV content. This is good news for those of you who like to enjoy a summer night on your back porch, sipping on your beverage of choice without being treated as a buffet by the local pest population!

Light Bulb Moment

The very first sport to play a game under floodlights was a polo match on July 18, 1878, in London, England. Since then, stadiums and sports fans across the globe have adapted to the benefits afforded them by this revolutionary technology. The introduction of outdoor lighting at sporting events completely changed the industry, from enabling polo games to play into the evening hours more than 140 years ago, to turning Super Bowl Sunday into the incredible specticle that it has become, today. Offering safety as well as sensation, outdoor lighting technology has transformed our world as we know it.