Philips Lighting has produced a series of replacement LED sources for residential and commercial use; their Master LED line provides replacement options for incandescent lamps wherever you use incandescent lamps. The line of Master LED lamps consists of a A-type, an accent, and a spot lamp.
The E27 lamp is Philips’ 7W LED replacement for a 40W incandescent – 45,000 average life hours, no mercury, and comes in cool and warm white.
The GU10 is the 7W LED replacement for the 35W 230V halogen dichroic lamps and the 9W compact fluorescent reflector lamps. Philips also claims 45,000 life hours on this lamp, as well as a 25° and 40° beam angle in cool and warm white.
Last on the list is the 7W LED replacement for 40W incandescent spot lamps and 9W CFL spots. You guessed it, 45,000 life hours on this lamp, 25° and 40° beam angles in cool and warm white.
Philips also provided a bunch of data on the lamps:
Check out the original press release here.