Philips LEDtube HF HO 14W 865 120cm (MASTER) | Daylight - Replaces 36W
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Specifications Philips LEDtube HF HO 14W 865 120cm (MASTER) | Daylight - Replaces 36W
Description Philips LEDtube HF HO 14W 865 120cm (MASTER) | Daylight - Replaces 36W
- High Output
- Suitable for fixtures with electronic ballast
- Excellent energy efficiency
- Daylight - 6500K
- Plug and play
- Beam angle of 160º
- Quick return on investment
This Philips LED tube combines its High Output (HO) with excellent energy efficiency. In fact, its lumen-to-watt ratio is about 50% better than that of a standard fluorescent tube.
Suitable for fixtures with electronic ballast
This T8 tube is 120 cm long and has G13 caps (the same as standard T8 fluorescent tubes). It's designed to work with fixtures that have an electronic ballast meaning no starter is required.
Excellent energy efficiency
This tube only uses 14 watts of power to replace a fluorescent tube that uses 36 watts. That means energy savings of more than 50% which is why this tube has an A++ energy label.
Daylight - 6500K
This LED tube has a colour temperature of 6500K which is similar to daylight. That makes it suitable for spaces that need to be brightly lit including hospitals and laboratories, for example.
Plug and play
The Philips LEDtube HF HO can directly replace its fluorescent equivalent. Simply remove the old tube and insert this one in its place.
Beam angle of 160º
Conventional fluorescent lighting distributes its light over 360° and that includes areas where it's not needed. This tube, on the other hand, distributes its light over 160° which means it doesn't waste any power distributing light where it's not needed.
Quick return on investment
This LED tube is so efficient that you'll see a quick return on your initial investment thanks to the savings in energy costs. It has a lifespan of 50,000 hours too and for extra peace of mind, an all-in warranty of 5 years is also included with this product.