Philips SceneSwitch Step Dim LED Bulb E27 8W


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One Edison Screw Light Bulb - 3 Settings

The Philips SceneSwitch LED Bulb E27 8W allows you to easily adjust the light levels in any room.

  • Suits any existing E27 (Edison Screw) light bulb socket.
  • Dims from bright warm white to dim candle light.
  • Use your existing light switch to change settings - just flick the switch once, twice, or three times.
  • Memory feature retains the last setting.

Philips SceneSwitch E27 Bulb Example

Control light levels with the flick of your existing light switch.

See also: Bayonet Bulb SceneSwitch, Candle Bulb SceneSwitch, GU10 Bulb SceneSwitch.

Save Energy & Improve Ambiance

The Philips SceneSwitch LED E27 lamp has three settings:

  1. 100% brightness @ 2700K - uses 8W of power
  2. 40% brightness @ 2500K - uses 5W of power
  3. 10% brightness @ 2200K - uses 2W of power

So not only can you change the mood in the room, you'll also save energy by doing so! 

No Dimmer Required - Use Existing Light Switch

The SceneSwitch Step Dim range allows you to dim the lights, even where no dimmer is installed. And there's no complicated set-up process involved. It's as simple as flicking your existing switch:

  • On = bright light.
  • /Off/On = medium natural light.
  • /Off/On = cozy warm glow.

Philips SceneSwitch StepDim

These lights will even retain their last setting when you next turn on the lights. If you have several lights on one circuit and they become out of sync, just toggle the light switch (on and off again within 1 second), and they will be reset.

Specifications - Philips LED Bulb E27 Dim to Warm

Power Consumption 8W, 5W, & 2W (equivalent to 60W, 25W, & 8W)
Light Output 806, 320, & 80 lumens
Fitting Type Regular Edison Screw E27 / ES
Voltage 220-240 V AC
Lifetime 15,000 hours
Colour Temperature Warm White to Candle Light (2700K, 2500K, & 2200K)
Beam Angle 200˚
Dimensions 111mm (length) x 61mm (width) 
Weight 75 grams
Installation Self installation (plug and play, no setup required).
Warranty 2 years
Product Identifiers Philips SceneSwitch A60 3S 8-60W E27 2700K StepDim, 929001236569 (Order Code), 8718696675762 (Barcode)
Further Documentation Spec Sheet (PDF)

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use this light bulb with a conventional dimmer?

This SceneSwitch bulb is not suitable for use with dimmers. If used on a dimmer, set the dimmer to 100% brightness, then operate the light switch to change settings.

What other options are available?

The Philips SceneSwitch Step Dim range is also available in:


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Philips SceneSwitch Step Dim LED Bulb E27 8W has a rating of 5.0 stars based on 3 reviews.

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