Below you can find all models Baseline Lamps for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Is all LED lighting dimmable? Verified
No, not all LED lights are dimmable. This is indicated on the packaging or the light itself.
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What is lumen? Verified
Lumen is a measuring unit for the total amount of visible light emitted by a source.
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Why is the colour of light important? Verified
There generally are two kinds of light, warm light and cold light. Cold light keeps you sharp and awake. Warm light has a relaxing effect. The warmth of the light is measured in Kelvin and is indicated on the packaging of the lamp itself.
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What screw bases exist? Verified
Worldwide there many types of sockets, but most used are those based on the Edison screw, indicated with the letter E. In most countries screw bases E27 and E14 are standard. In the United States E26, E17, E12 and E10 are standard.
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What do watts say about my lamp? Verified
Watt is a measuring unit for electricity consumption. Lamps that produce more light, generally use more Watt, but for comparing light output you should always use lumen.
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What is LED? Verified
LED stands for Light-Emitting Diode. By running power through a semiconductor in the right direction, light is emitted.
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I put a new light in my lamp but it won't turn on, why is that? Verified
Some lamps are made for light sources of a specific wattage. When a light source is inserted that requires a higher wattage than the lamp can provide, the light may not turn on. If the lamp delivers a much higher wattage than what the light source is made for, the light source can burn out.
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