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# How many watts does it take for an Led bulb vs a 60 watt incandescent light bulb?

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###### 2010-02-02 19:59:22

LED bulbs com in different powers, so there's no way to tell. At a guess a 10W LED might compare to a 60W incandescent.

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Answer #1:Anywhere from 1 (power saver) to 200 (filament/halogen).===========================================Answer #2:It depends on the bulb and its rating. Household incandescent bulbs gofrom 2 watts to 200 watts depending on the design and materials used.===========================================Answer #3:-- Incandescent bulbs are available ranging from 1.19 watts (PR2 flashlight bulb)to 700 watts (aircraft obstructon lighting beacon).-- LEDs start at about 0.02 watts.-- Halogen reflector lamps using 5,000 watts are in regular commercial production.-- Around 1932, General Electric built a small quantity of 50,000-watt incandescentbulbs ... enough to establish that they could work, could deliver a reasonable lifetime,and could be shipped from place to place without breaking.

That depends on how many volts does that bulb use not watts...

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