GE T8 36W 827 - 120cm Polylux XLr
|Any Lamp all-in warranty||3 Years|
|Colour temperature (Kelvin)||3000K - Warm White|
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This LED alternative can replace the product of your choice. When switching to LED, always make sure to check the dimensions and the colour temperature. The fitting and the wattage replacement are the same, but this LED alternative consumes less energy.
Multipack 10x Noxion Avant LEDtube T8 Extreme UO (EM/Direct) 120cm 18W 830 | Warm White - Replaces 36W
Any Lamp all-in warranty 3 Years Wattage 18 Dimmable No Colour temperature (Kelvin) 3000K - Warm White
Philips LEDtube HF UO 16W 830 120cm (MASTER) | Dimmable - Warm White - Replaces 36W
Any Lamp all-in warranty 5 Years Wattage 16 Dimmable No Colour temperature (Kelvin) 3000K - Warm White
Specifications GE T8 36W 827 - 120cm Polylux XLr
By purchasing the quantity recommended, your products will come as packaged by the manufacturer.
|Energy efficiency class||A||
EU guidelines dictate energy labels on electronic products to represent the energy efficiency of the device. This is indicated in levels (A++ to E), with A++ being the most efficient and E the least efficient.
|Average Lifetime (h)||15000|
|Dimmable||Yes, with dimmable ballast only|
|Cap / Base||G13||
The cap/base of a bulb is the part that connects it to the socket in the fixture. E27 (Edison screw) and E24 (small Edison screw) caps/bases are among the most popular, although this depends on your location. GU10 is generally the most common cap/base for spotlights. Check which cap/base you need carefully as many other types are also available.
|Colour temperature (Kelvin)||2700K - Extra Warm White||
The colour temperature refers to the colour produced by a light. It's measured in Kelvin (K) and ranges from warm white (1700K - 3000K) to daylight white (6500K). Neutral white (3100K - 5000K) is mainly used for general lighting applications.
|Colour Code||827 - Extra Warm White||
The colour code is a combination of the colour rendering index (CRI) and the colour temperature (K). The first number refers to the CRI (1 = very poor colour rendering, 9 = maximum accuracy). The second and third numbers refer to the colour temperature. For example, a light with a colour code of 830 has very good colour rendering and produces a warm white light.
|Colour Rendering (Ra)||80-89||
The colour rendering index (CRI) indicates how accurately colours are represented under a beam of light. The index goes from 1 to 99, with a CRI of 1 being the poorest and a CRI of 99 being the best possible. Be careful not to confuse colour rendering with colour temperature (K).
|Light Output (Lumen)||3350||
Lumen (lm) is the term used to describe the total amount of visible light emitted by a light source. The higher the number of lumens, the brighter it is.
|Beam Angle (degree)||360||
The beam angle indicates the spread of the light in degrees. Small beam angles are preferred for accent lighting, while larger beam angles are for general lighting purposes.
|Luminous Efficacy (Lm/W)||88||
The lumen to watt ratio indicates the the efficiency of the bulb in terms of how much light is output per watt of energy consumed. An LED bulb emits more than 100 Lm/W, while an incandescent bulb typically has an efficiency of 10 Lm/W.
|Features||High Colour Rendering|