LiquidLEDs releases improved version of popular G125 LED bulb
LED lighting specialist LiquidLEDs outs new and improved version of its popular G125 bulb, the 9 Watt G125.
LiquidLEDs Lighting Corp., a leading manufacturer and distributor of LED lighting devices in Australia and New Zealand, unveiled the addition of yet another LED device to the company’s continually growing array of bulbs: the new 9 Watt G125.
Designed as an efficient replacement to 60-watt incandescent G125 light bulbs, the new 9-watt G125 by LiquidlEDs offers the traditional design of Edison’s classic bulb, while also providing over 80 percent in energy savings from both the LED device’s energy efficiency and lifespan.
The new LiquidLEDs 9-watt G125 LED light bulb is available in Clear and Opal variants, as well as Edison Screw (E27) and Bayonet Cap (B22) bases. The bulb comes with 5 years warranty.
Other features of the G125 Clear (E27) LED Globe include a clear glass enclosure in a traditional bulb shape, offering an aesthetically pleasing profile. High quality printed circuit board (PCB) and new and improved CRI 80 LED chip that gives off a 360-degree beam spread, capable of illuminating larger spaces using only 9-watts of power to come up with a lumen output of 650.
Established in 2006 and headquartered in Taiwan, LiquidLEDs Lighting Corp. is a corporation that specializes in the research and manufacturing advanced LED lighting solutions, chief among them LED light bulbs designed for both residential and commercial applications. The company is at the forefront of an industry shift, moving from incandescent light bulbs and compact fluorescent lamps, to newer and more efficient solid-state lighting.
Since their founding, LiquidLEDs has established itself as an innovator in the LED lighting sector, developing its own exclusive technological advancements and releasing them into the market.
LiquidLEDs Lighting manufactures energy efficient LED lighting that looks like traditional incandescent lighting, for residential and commercial projects.Learn more