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  • I mean the same circular light, but led type. Not E27 socket. So wala pa pala talaga. No choice kundi mag replace ng whole fixture.
  • I mean the same circular light, but led type. Not E27 socket. So wala pa pala talaga. No choice kundi mag replace ng whole fixture.

    try ko nga tanong dun sa RP Ermita mamaya sa H***ym*n, kung meron na LED version ng Circular
  • Wala pa din akong nakitang circular LED.

    Ang meron ko is the circular Qusun with LED strip inside.
  • Yun na lang ata choice itago na lang sa cover yung E27. Maliwanag din naman ata yun

    Or pwede kaya to? Ayoko na talaga yung may ballast pa eh




    -- edited by jr2_pajarillo on Jan 18 2017, 11:56 AM
  • Big Thanks sa mga nag reply! thanks for the help guyz!
  • sa home depot I have seen circular led lights pero e27 pa din ang pwet

    if ever meron kang makita, its going to be much more expensive than an e27 LED bulb. Probably 3-5x the price for equivalent lumens. Anything not in e27 format is going to be more expensive

    so far Ive had 2 circular flourescent lights die on me.

    the second one is discussed on page 106. It was on the tip of a ceiling fan so we replaced it with a single e27 socket and a bare bulb

    for the first one, since it was inside a housing, I just ripped everything out, wired in 2 e27 sockets, lined it with aluminum foil, placed 2 LED bulbs and closed the housing. The cover is frosted glass. You wont notice unless you stare directly at it

    -- edited by AmalgamvsAloof on Jan 18 2017, 10:15 PM
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    Yan din na lang plan ko boss wala talaga choice eh. Di naman halata masyado baka kahit isang LED bulb na nga lang siguro. Pag gabi lang naman talaga kami naglalagi sa room and max na yata 4 hours gamit every night.
  • Or pwede kaya to? Ayoko na talaga yung may ballast pa e

    kung ganito habol mo make sure na maganada yung Driver nila... pretty confident naman sa LED ang driver na lang problema niyo.... kasi kapag sablay koryente mo ang unang masira is the driver

    take this as an example for a LED Downlight... the LED Driver regulates the LED Voltage to outside Voltage of 220V (usually threshold niyan is 240V or 10% more from 220v) at kapag nasira yan at hinde na iilaw ang LED niyo



    kasi kapag ceiling mo gypsum board.... goodbye ceiling... kada pry open sa ganito lilipis ang board niyo
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    E27 na lang Sir masalimuot pala yan. Hardiflex pa naman ceiling ko. hehehe
  • @roceanoz

    Meron mabibili ng pangpalit sa circular flourescent light, GES and brand. Meron siya nung para pampalit mo sa 32 watts at 22 watts. Nabili ko sa Tru Value, TriNoma, pero may nakita rin ako sa Ace Hardware (di ko lang alam kung meron din sa DIY). Bumili ako ng isang 16 watts (to replace the 32watts) at dalawang 10 watts (to replace my two 22 watts lights). Mas maliwanag ang ilaw niya kumpara sa flourescent at medyo bawas hassle din kasi di ko na kinailangan ipabaklas yung buong housing para palitan ng isang buong led ceiling lamp set. Bale, aalisin mo na lang yung ballast at starter tapos, rekta mo na yung power supply nung led light sa electrical wire.
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    Yun nga alam ko meron GES ganun kasi ngPM ako sa kanila eh. Yung latest gen na ba yan boss? Kaso mga 6W lang sana hanap ko eh diko kasi need sobrang liwanag sa room. Magkano kuha mo boss?