Can the model 6a191550a be used in a garage door opener? chamberlain recommended model great eagle 6a191527a but i would prefer a brighter bulb.

asked on October 24, 2019

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I replaced a 3rd party 100W equivalent LED bulb that was causing interference with the 4000K Great Eagle 100W equivalent bulb and it solved the interference problem, Chamberlain lists the 6a191527a, which is also a 100W equivalent bulb, but with a more amber/yellow 2700K color temperature, but I took a chance on the 4000K bulbs which isn't listed and it worked. I imagine the 5000K bulb would also work.

Note the different color temperatures are not brighter, its a measure of the "color", see this link: http://www.westinghouselighting.com/color-temperature.aspx

James Earl Shagford
· October 24, 2019
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I don't think the light color will matter. I have the 4000k in my openers and don't have any problems.
Stevil310
· October 25, 2019
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Yes it can. Just a different color. 5000K vs 2700K
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Seller · October 24, 2019
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I don’t see why not... they seem to be a standard size and are very bright. If heat is an issue you don’t need to worry since they are LED
Walter Mahler
· October 24, 2019
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They sure can.
JJP
· October 25, 2019
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