SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb, 2500 Lumens Dimmable LED Bulb with Ceramic Technology

(10 customer reviews)

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Bright & Efficient: Compared with other LED bulbs, SANSI’s highly efficient light bulbs can provide 2500 lumens using only 17 watts of power, equivalent to 150W-200W incandescent bulbs. Based on 3 hours per day usage, save up to 90% electricity, annual estimated cost $1.86.

Dimmable & Flicker-Free: Adopting high light transmission optical lenses, up to 170 LED chips can not only provide you and your family with the light source they need daily but also provide a healthy living or work environment. 0%-100% smooth dimming, compatible with most TRIAC dimmers on the market. No flickering, no noise.

Patented Ceramic technology: SANSI’s patented technology replaces the traditional Mcpcb aluminum substrate with a non-conductive ceramic heat sink, directly soldering the LED chip on the ceramic heat sink, effectively reducing the systematic thermal resistance between the LED PN junction and the surface of the heat sink, resulting in faster heat conduction and higher product reliability, making SANSI’s bulbs perform with higher light efficiency.

Safe and Reliable: The lamp body is made of special ceramic material, and the flame retardant grade reaches grade V0; the reinforced insulation structure means no risk of electric shock, its safer; the whole shell material reaches the WF2 anti-corrosion grade, which is more reliable and durable; The hollow design is good for heat dissipation.

Guarantees: ETL listed, quality and safety verified, 22.5 years LED bulb lifespan, 5 years warranty.

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Brand: ‎SANSI


SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb, 2500 Lumens Dimmable LED Bulb with Ceramic Technology, 3000K Soft Warm E26 Base, 25,000-Hour Lifetime, Efficient Safe, 17W Power Energy Saving for Home Garage Everything Else

SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb

SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb


What’s the difference between SANSI LED bulbs which adopting SANSI Patented Ceramic Technology with other bulbs?

Ceremic Technology

What benefits can customers get from SANSI Patented Ceramic Technology?

High light efficiency

SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb

  • Dimmers recommendation: To ensure a better dimming experience, the following compatible dimmers are recommended:
  • DVCL-153P-WH, MACL-153M-WH, TGCL-153PH-WH, DVWCL-153PH-WH, SCL-153P-WH
  • MAW600H-WH, S-600P-WH, DVW600PH-WH, TG-600PH-IV, TT-300H-WH, TT-300NLH-WH, TTCL-100H-WH
  • IPL06-10Z, 6674-P0W, 6602-IW, TBL03-10E
  • Notice: This 150 watts LED bulb only works with a TRIAC dimmer. Zigbee and digital dimmers are incompatible for they may cause flicker or slight buzz when using.

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SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb

Additional information




Part Number


Item Weight

‎7.2 ounces

Package Dimensions

‎5.1 x 2.9 x 2.9 inches

Item model number

‎C21BB-XE26 17W

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎3000K Soft Warm


‎Bulb A19



Number of Lights



‎120 Volts

Specific Uses

‎General purpose

Special Features

‎Dimmable, Super bright 2500lm, 5-Year Warranty

Light Direction


Power Source


Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?




Type of Bulb


Luminous Flux

‎2500 Lumen


‎150 Watts

Incandescent equivalent

‎150 Watts

Color Temperature

‎3000 Kelvin

Color Rendering Index (CRI)


Average Life

‎25000 Hours



Date First Available

March 19, 2018

10 reviews for SANSI 150W Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulb, 2500 Lumens Dimmable LED Bulb with Ceramic Technology

  1. MMK

    My neighborhood doesn’t have street lights. I’ve got the brightest garage lights in the neighborhood now, and they work perfectly with my outdoor dimmable fixtures which automatically turn on at dusk, and then brighten up when they detect motion. No lag or delay in the brightening/dimming either. The 3000k is pretty good at not attracting a complete swarm of bugs, but of course they do come. This might be too bright for some people’s tastes for a porch light, but I like my driveway and sidewalks completely illuminated. Indoors, you will definitely need a shade that is not clear. Great lights, hope they last as long as advertised.

  2. R. Chew

    I reached out to Sansi Customer Service by email because I was experiencing some flickering with my LED light bulb. I also had infrequent, intermittent problem with the bulb going off. I use a Feit dimmer switch with the bulb for an overhead light fixture. They requested I take a video of the bulb when experiencing the problems. However, when I installed the bulb in a table lamp ready to make the video, it worked fine. I emailed back to let them know the problem was intermittent and I’ll have to wait until the next time it occurs.Well, surprisingly the next email I received said they were sending me a replacement bulb, which I hadn’t even suggested. Even the best product may have a defect or some problems occasionally. But what is most important is the company that stands behind their product with transparent, hassle-free customer service. From my experience with this company, I can say unequivocally Sansi is one those companies.

  3. Gerald Vlasak

    We wanted at least 10,000 lumens ( approx. 1000 Watts +) or more to illuminate our kitchen’s 36 inch stain glass fixture and be dimmable; however, the average dimmer switch is rated 700 watt max.. These lamps allowed use to drop our total wattage for our fixture to less than 120 Watts while providing us with ~15,000 lumens and be dimmable.

  4. Douglas Howey

    I have been purchasing LED bulbs since LED bulbs started and I have met many bad apples. This new bulb from Sansi is the best LED I have ever purchased! In two rooms I need extra bright task lighting (I am getting older) and this 150W equivalent fits the bill. It is quiet! It dims great! It is bright! The color is excellent for detailed tasks.As my other LED bulbs burn up the circuitry (bad design on other bulbs; which Sansi has addressed) I will get these: B07NZ37B24, the 100W equivalent.At my age, I use 100W equivalent, Dimmable, 5000K bulbs throughout my house. I use Lutron Caseta Smart Switches to set the dimming in each room to suit my needs. In two rooms, I will use 150W Sansi bulbs for were I need excellent, full bright lights for detailed tasks. But at night, 1-20% bright is perfect for me.This 150W Equivalent LED Bulb performs beautifully at 1% as it does at 100%. No buzz!If budget is important, ECOSmart LED 5000K Dimmable [B07964LLF5] from Amazon or HomeDepot works fine, but they eventually die because the circuitry gets cooked.When it comes to Dimmable Bulbs, I go for the High Color K Value and the High Wattage.When I need the light, it is there, when I do not, Dimming is excellent.Alexa, set Stella to 10%.Hey Google, set Raymond and Gilbert to 20%.I use over 30 LED bulbs in my home and over 20 smart switches.

  5. Nameless Faceless One

    For most of the lamps in my home replacing filament bulbs with LED was a painless way to reduce my electric usage. Some of the better LED bulbs provided a pleasing warm tone light. The only problem I’ve had with LED’s is poor dimming. In the bedroom I used to have a 200 watt filament bulb which would dim to a soft warm glow. Replacement LED bulbs would not dim as dark as I would have liked. They weren’t “dim” they were just “low.”This bulb is amazing – although not perfect. I have it in a lamp with a shade which evens the light distribution. I can finally dim the lamp to a glow in the bedroom. Granted, filament bulbs tend to get much warmer in color when they dim while LED’s remain constant but this bulb is a great improvement over previous ones. For its light output it’s surprisingly compact as well.I can finally turn on my bedroom lamp in the morning gradually in the morning.

  6. Amazon Customer

    I purchased a 5000K bulb to use in a swag lamp over our breakfast table. I really like that its really bright and also dimmable, using a triac dimmer. I should have done a little more research into color temperature before I ordered. This was the last lamp in the kitchen / dining area to get LED bulbs. As luck would have it, all the others are 3000K bulbs, which makes this one look out of place. No, problem. I can use it somewhere else. I’ve just ordered another, same bulb but 3000K this time.

  7. M. Perry

    A19 LED bulb, 2500 lumens, color temperature 3000 – no one else offers all characteristics in a single LED bulb. Before this, if you wanted 2500 lumens, you had to suffer an oversized A21 bulb, which is too big to fit many fixtures (including those in my own house.) Unlike those, this A19 sized bulb fits in any fixture that takes a regular bulb.These fit perfectly into a very old ceiling fixture and dim without any buzzing sound and throw plenty of light. I immediately ordered more.It looks more like a UFO than a bulb that Thomas Edison would recognize, but I consider that a major advantage.The drawbacks are its high price, and a less-than-a-second lag after flipping the switch before it fully illuminates.

  8. CrankinSteve

    I installed these into a hanging open fixture with four bulbs. They are very bright at the 5000 degree temperature. Looks like daylight in a large open room, which is exactly what I had hoped for. The dimmer also works without any issues whatsoever. Basically, smooth and quiet dimming. I am also pleased that the lighting is generated in an even fashion over the entire bulb. With these being new, it is impossible to speak to longevity, but so far things look good from a quality perspective.I am also pleased with the weight of them. They are far lighter than the other high powered LED bulbs that I have used. I hope they will last and properly dissipate heat. Time will tell.

  9. Rev. Paul

    I bought this bulb to replace a dimmable 27 watt LED bulb which was supposed to produce the equivalent of 100 watts of light. Since the motion-activated exterior light has a yellowish shade, the light was never very bright. On the dim (non-activated) setting, it barely produced enough light to see beyond the doorway.This bulb is easily three times brighter, and produces a bright white illumination which is perfect for this security light. The pictures of how bright it gets don’t do it justice, but you can see there’s a lot of illumination there. In fact, when activated, it’s bright enough to see the end of our 120 ft driveway. You could definitely see if there’s anyone there.Highly recommended.

  10. Dubya

    Picture shows from left to right: 100w equivalent CFL->100w equivalent Philips LED->27w dimmable version of this LED->17W version-> halogen/normal size bulb.I purchased the 17w and 27w 3000K versions. Let me start with the 1 negative comment and one neutral comment: the light distribution is better than average, but not perfect. It’s not omnidirectional like old incandescent bulbs, but its better than other high output LED bulbs I’ve used.The bulb dims well, but some people may not like that the color remains consistent, it doesn’t get warmer/yellow like incandescents do.Now the good! Its bright and its compact! If you want to replace a 100-150w bulb, the 17w one works great. Its actually the size of a old lightbulb. They stay cool, except for the ceramic heat sink, which is fairly tucked away, but you still can accidentally touch it if you aren’t paying attention, see pictures.The 3000K color is perfect in the house. It’s just plain, normal white; not too blue, not too yellow.

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