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White MR16 Bipin Base, Low voltage


White MR16 Bipin Base, Low voltage
Item #: MR16Wh

White LED Low-voltage Designer MR16 spot lamps perform beautifully when used to provide accent lighting or when highlighting something specific such as a painting. They are ideal for applications requiring intense colors with very little heat generation. They can be installed in most fixtures where you have existing MR16 halogen or incandescent bulbs (perfect for track lighting). Their shape is a designer cylindrical style, unlike standard MR16 bulbs. The casing is aesthetically more attractive for use in both hidden- and exposed-bulb fixtures. See the photo.

Try one to see how it works in your fixture. If it's right, order more. If not, return it to us. You risk only S&H costs.

This product is not dimmable. If you want dimmable low-voltage MR16 bulbs, please look for products beginning with LDIM16 in their part numbers.

Important feature:
Unique to this line of bulbs is the variable beam angle. With the addition of a Light Prescription(tm) diffuser,(link opens in new window) you can go from tight 2-degree spot, to soft 80-degree wide angle or anywhere between, including "cat eye" diffusers.

Energy Efficient - only 2 watts per lamp
MR16/GU5 base
Expected longevity - white 5+ years (color 10+ years)
Low Heat - face is cool to the touch; base will be warm, not hot
Indoor/Outdoor in appropriate fixtures
Interchangeable diffusers available in degree angles: 2, 4, 10, 16, 25, 50, 80, plus 2x70 and 10x60 "cat eye" lenses
Variable Voltage: 6-24 Volts DC


Landscape Accent
Art Highlights
Ambient Backdrops
Display Case Accents
Wall Washing
Cove Lighting
Column Lights
Pathway Lighting
Plant Lights
Architectural Accents
Amusement Park Accents
Stairway Lighting

MR16 lamps are available in White, Red, Blue, Green, and Amber.

Note: White LEDs are cooler in appearance than regular incandescents. People describe white LEDs as being snow white, cool white, or bluish white.

Make this lamp warm white with a 3800- or 4500-degrees-Kelvin Filter. Click here and scroll to the bottom.