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## What is 13 watt LED equivalent to?

60-watt incandescent

If I use an LED or CFL, can I use a brighter bulb? For instance, a 13-watt CFL is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent.

### How bright is a 13 watt LED light?

Lumen & Wattage Comparison

Lumens (Brightness) | Incandescent Watts | LED Watts (Viribright) |
---|---|---|

650 – 850 | 60W | 7 – 10W |

1000 – 1400 | 75W | 12 – 13W |

1450-1700+ | 100W | 14 – 20W |

2700+ | 150W | 25 – 28W |

**What is the brightest LED downlight globe?**

The Brightest Standard Size LED Bulb: Philips 5000 Lumen Bulb. The Philips 5000 LED Light Bulb is rated at 5000 lumens, making it the brightest standard-sized (A21) LED light bulb on the market. It uses 43 Watts and it has a 5000K color temperature (daylight white). It is suitable for outdoor areas and garages.

**What is the LED equivalent of a 13 watt incandescent bulb?**

An LED bulb will use around 1/10th the wattage (6 Watts) of an incandescent bulb to give you the same, or equivalent, 800 lumens bright light. An LED will have a wattage between 7 to 10 watts only, and that is the watt equivalent you need to look for if you are in the market for a ‘conventional 60 Watt light output’.

## What is a 14 watt LED equivalent to?

14 Watt (100 Watt Equivalent) A19 LED Light Bulb.

### What is 11w LED equivalent to?

75 Watt

LED equivalents to halogen light bulbs

Halogen Light Bulb Wattage | LED Equivalent Wattage |
---|---|

100 Watt | 12 Watt |

75 Watt | 11 Watt |

60 Watt | 8 Watt |

50 Watt | 6 Watt |

**What is a 14 watt LED bulb equivalent to?**

100 Watt Equivalent

14 Watt (100 Watt Equivalent) A19 LED Light Bulb.

**What is a 15 watt LED equivalent to?**

LED light bulbs take energy efficiency to another level, using around 40% less energy than CFL equivalents….LED equivalents to CFL light bulbs.

CFL Light Bulb Wattage | LED Equivalent Wattage |
---|---|

15 Watt | 9 Watt |

9 Watt | 5.5 Watt |

5 Watt | 3 Watt |

## How do I know what watt downlight to buy?

When choosing downlights the LED option is a balance between efficiency (watts) and brightness (lumens). For example, if you usually use a 60-watt incandescent bulb, you now probably want to choose a LED downlight that uses 8 to 12 watts and has a lumen rating of 800 for the same amount of illumination.