Lamp replacement with LED

Retrofit lights with LED - it's easy!

Do you want to replace the lamps in your existing lights with LED bulbs? It's really easy! Find out in just a few easy steps what the right replacement bulb is.

LEDs can replace the usual brightness in any living area - with light that's just the same: wonderfully bright, with pleasant colour temperatures.

  • Dimmability
  • Lumen comparison
  • Luminous colour

Replacing high-voltage lamps (230V):

  • 1. Select the desired design.
  • 2. Find your socket type.
  • 3. Should the lamp be dimmable?
  • 4. Select the desired brightness (watts/lumen). In high-voltage systems the brightness can be adapted without limitation, as there is no need to take transformer load into account.
  • 5. Which luminous colour should the lamp have?

Replacing low-voltage lamps (12V):

  • 1. Select the desired design.
  • 2. Find your socket type.
  • 3. Should the lamp be dimmable?
  • 4. Select the desired brightness (watts/lumen). Please pay attention to the minimum transformer load.
  • 5. Which luminous colour should the lamp have?

If the new LED lamps do not meet the minimum transformer load, we recommend a new electronic transformer which consumes power of 0-40 watts (with LED). Item no. 977.67

 

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LED light for mirror cabinets

Product tip:

The modern, energy-efficient replacement for halogen recessed lights in the upper ledge of mirror cabinets has arrived. Paulmann presents "Micro Line LED" recessed spotlights. With the plug-in connector and transformer, replacing the old with the new is simple and easy.