Chinese Professional Hot sale A60 led bulb lamp 7w 9w LED bulb e27 b22 with CE ROHS certification in Hanover

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Specification   7W 9W LED bulb (Model No.: FN-A60-C) Body   Material Ceramic + Glass Input   voltage AC   170V-260V Power 7w, 9w CRI   (Ra) >85 LED   type SMD   2835 LED temperature 2700K   – 7000K Lumen 560lm – 860lm lamp   size Φ60×H110mm  


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7W 9W LED bulb (Model No.: FN-A60-C)
Body   Material Ceramic + Glass
Input   voltage AC   170V-260V
Power 7w, 9w
CRI   (Ra) >85
LED   type SMD   2835 LED
temperature 2700K   – 7000K
Lumen 560lm – 860lm
lamp   size Φ60×H110mm

 

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