Pay attention to the lamp base when replacing your old halogen lighting for LED. A 12V halogen lamp can have a G4, GU5.3 or G53 lamp base. 230V halogen lamps can have a GU10, E14 or E27 lamp base.
In addition, it is important to keep the voltage the same. Do you now have a 12 Volt halogen lamp? Then choose GU5.3 / MR16 LED lamps LV (12V), GU4 / MR11 LED lamps (12V) and / or AR111 G53 LED lamps (12V). Do you have a 230 Volt halogen lamp? Then choose GU10 LED lamps (230V), LED lamps E27 (thick fitting, 230V) and / or LED lamps E14 (thin fitting, 230V).
All LED spots indicate which wattage of halogen lighting it replaces, you can normally find this in the title of the product on in the technical specifications for each lamp. With the LED spots you can choose from multiple color temperatures, such as very warm white (2700K), warm white (3000K) and cool white (4000K) light.