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Technical Specifications:

System Power - 4 watts (7" length), 8.5 watts (13" length), 10.5 watts (19" length), 18 watts (30" length)
System Lumens - 215 (7" length), 432 (13" length), 645 (19" length), 1100 (30" length)
System Efficacy - 54 lms/watt (7" length), 51 lms/watt (13" length), 61 lms/watt (19" length), 61 lms/watt (30" length)
Color Temperature - 2700K, 3000K
Color Rendering Index - 80+, 90+
Rated Average Life - >50,000 hours to 70%
Power Factor - >0.94
Dimming - >To 15% with TRIAC or ELV Dimmer
Warranty - 5 Years
Unilume LED Under Cabinet Features:
  • High efficiency Remote Phoshpor solution
  • Consistent, even illumination
  • Eliminates distracting "Multi-Shadows"
  • Wide beam distribution
  • Color consistency over time
  • Multiple color temperature and CRI options
  • Integrated driver and smooth dimming
  • Rugged, Minimalist Design

Questions and Answers

  • How many rows of the white housing 2700K 90+ CRI Unilume LED undercabinet lights would equal the brightness of a 60 watt Halogena bulb (mounted in a white cone-shaped down-facing shade) positioned 13" above the surface? The Unilumes would be mounted on the underside of natural finish maple cabinets 19 1/2" above a creamy white countertop (Silestone Yukon gloss finish) with matt finish multicolored slate and schist tile mosaic backsplash (Tile Shop's Sikar Multi).
    HollyJan 12, 2013
    Your answer depends on a couple of factors. Not all incandescent light bulbs or LED's are the same so the answer would depend on the type of bulb, brand, quality glass colors etc. That is getting a bit technical though, It sounds like what you are wanting to know is the lumens output (measurement of how much light is being radiated) vs. the wattage (energy being consumed). I found a very useful article, doing some research online, that states "The U.S. Department of Energy advises that consumers who want to replace a 60-watt bulb should look for an LED that produces close to 800 lumens". The Unilume produces 645 lumens per light and consumes 10.5W. The amount of lights that you will use really is a matter of personal preference but I hope this information gives you some idea of where to start.
    Cynthia - Arcadian LightingJan 14, 2013

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