Corn lamps can be used to replace post tops and bollards at a lower cost.

Are you looking for a quick and easy way to upgrade your outdoor lighting to energy-efficient LEDs? LED Corn Lamps are the answer. These bulb-shaped lamps contain hundreds of individual light-emitting diodes (LEDs), all of which are attached to a metal heat-dissipation element.

Corn lamps are up to 75% more efficient than metal halide, high-pressure sodium, or incandescent bulbs, making them an obvious choice for those looking to retrofit their lighting with efficient LEDs, saving money on your energy bill while also getting the high-quality outdoor lighting that you require for your home or business.

LED corn lamps are an excellent choice for highway lighting, street lighting, and other applications.

So, what exactly are corn lamps?
A corn lamp is a light-emitting diode (LED) assembly mounted on a metal structure. Corn lamps are so-called because the yellow LEDs assembled on the fixture resemble corn kernels on a corn cob. Corn cob lamps are designed to produce a high amount of light using LEDs, which necessitates a large number of diodes. The diodes (which can number in the hundreds) are mounted to a metal "cob" with as much surface area as possible in order to keep the diodes cool.Because the fixture is cylindrical, it resembles a cob of corn, earning it the moniker "corn lamp" or "corn cob lamp." Regardless of their name, these fixtures are well-known in the lighting industry for their high light output and low energy consumption, a combination that can work wonders for both lighting quality and cost savings in your home or business.

What kind of fixture can accommodate corn lamps?
Many screw-in sockets will accept a corn lamp, but you must ensure that you have the correct one. Corn lamps are available in E40, E27 (Edison), mogul (E39), and medium (E26) bases, with more being developed to fit a wider range of socket applications.

What places can I use corn lamps?
Corn lamps are excellent replacements for high-lumen-output lights, including those used in these applications.

  • Post Top Lamps
  • Bollard Pathway Lighting
  • Exterior Wall Packs
  • Highway Lighting
  • Interior High Bay Lamps
  • Street Lights

What types of bulbs can corn lamps replace?
Almost any bulb with a matching base will do. The most important thing to make sure of is that your corn lamp will fit in your luminaire with the cover on.

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