Verbatim LED GU10 6.5W Dimmable
The Verbatim GU10 6.5W bulb is a high brightness, dimmable main voltage halogen replacement.
- Available in Warm White (3000K) or Cool White (4000K) colour temperatures
- Ideal for households, hotels, ships and other applications.
- High lumen output (up to 510 lumens)
- Fully dimmable on universal or trailing edge dimmers. Test first on leading edge dimmers.
Choose from Warm White (3000K) or Neutral / Cool White (4000K)
Right size GU10 LED globe
This GU10 LED globe is the same size as the halogen lamps they replace. This means a simple 'drop-in' replacement in virtually all GU10 fittings (no electrician required).
Reduce energy usage by over 85%
These GU10 LED lamps deliver an 85% reduction in energy consumption. They take your existing 50 watt 240 volt halogen down lights to just 6.5 watts of power consumption.
Dimmable, mains voltage GU10 LED
These lamps are designed for mains voltage halogen fixtures where no transformer is present. If you have transformers in your roof please see our MR16 (low voltage) LEDs.
These lamps have a medium beam angle of 36° in a range of colour options (warm white or cool white). And they're fully dimmable.
Better than CFL GU10
Unlike compact fluorescent 'CFL' downlights (pictured on the left) these LEDs start instantly at full brightness. Power consumption is 6.5 watts for a true halogen replacement. CFLs, on the other hand, consume more power (11 or 13 watts) and fail to adequately replace a halogen lamp.
Specifications - GU10 LED Dimmable
|Power Consumption||6.5 W|
|Colour Temperature||Warm White (3000K) or Neutral / Cool White (4000K)|
|Light Output||480 lumen (3000K) or 510 lumen (4000K)|
|Dimmable||Yes. Don't need dimmable? Click here.|
|Dimensions||54mm (depth) x 50mm (width)|
|Installation||Retrofit / self-installation|
Order codes: 65110, 65111; Barcodes: 6943760251104, 6943760251111
PDF spec sheets: GU10 3000K, GU10 4000K
Frequently Asked Questions
Will it work with my dimmer?
This GU10 has very wide dimmer compatibility.
As with all LED lights, in some cases where there are less than 4 lights on a circuit you may encounter an under-loading of the dimmer switch. Should there be a problem, there are several solutions available, such as:
- Leaving one halogen bulb in the circuit to bring up the load, or
- Using the 'Clipsal Load Correction Device' for Clipsal dimmers, or
- Replacing the dimmer with one that is known to work (such as our Domus LED Dimmer), or
- Removing the dimmer switch.