Philips BR125 IR 250W E27 230-250V Red
The Philips Philips BR125 IR 250W E27 230-250V Red bulbs provide a warm light and have a reflector which enables a strong light beam. These bulbs are available in E27 Edison screw, and therefore can easily fit into your current fixtures
The BR125 shape of these lamps stands for bulged reflector. This shape provides a wide beam angle and a more gradual distribution of light, resulting in less glare due to the soft edge design, and producing less shadow. The sealed reflector helps to distribute concentrated warmth towards the front of the glass bulb, ensuring that heat is not lost through the back of the lamp. The red filter provides a gentle glow which reduces visual light emissions and prevents glare.
- Brand Philips
- Base type Edison Screw E27
- Colour Out Red
- Wattage 250w
- Voltage 230 -250v
- Dimmable Yes
- Agricultural: plant rearing, breeding and rearing of livestock and domestic animals, etc.
- Animal care: veterinary clinics, pet shops and zoos, etc.
- Food preparation: kitchens, food heating, cooker hoods and baking, etc.
- General heating: bathrooms, space heating, drying, carbonizing, melting, etc.
Color temperature is the color characteristic of light. Color temperature can change the feel or mood of any room or work space in any multifamily, commercial, or institutional setting. Purchasing light bulbs with the right color temperature can help you create consistent and inviting lighting effects in any room.
Modern Light Bulbs: Shapes And Sizes
These are the eight most common light bulb shapes you’ll find in your home:
- Arbitrary (A)
- Bulged Reflector (BR)
- Candle (C)
- Globe (G)
- Quartz Reflector Lamp (MR)
- Parabolic Aluminized Reflector (PAR)
- Blown Reflector (R)
It’s important to note that while these names are fairly common throughout the industry, there is no universal set of terms to describe the shape of a light bulb. For example, a compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) will be described as a “twist” or “spiral” shaped bulb. Because of this, we recommend that you bring your old light bulb with you to the store so you can compare it with your new light bulb to ensure it’s the proper shape and size.
The following graphic should help to give you a better idea of what these bulb shapes look like:
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