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Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60
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Specifications Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60
|Energy efficiency class||A|
|Average Lifetime (h)||10000|
|Light Colour||2700K - Extra Warm White|
|Colour Code||827 - Extra Warm White|
|Color Rendering (Ra)||80-89|
|Light Output (Lumen)||380|
|Luminous Efficacy (Lm/W)||48|
Description Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60
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Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60 specifications
Philips Softone ESaver 6 Years T-Shape light bulbs are low energy consumption lamps that have a compact size, very convenient to insert in small luminaires. They are very efficient and light up very quickly (80% of luminous flux is achieved in 1 minute). They perfectly replace the old incandescent Softone type lamps. Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60 are fitted with a E27 type base, and will be very easy to install in your old incandescent lamp luminaires. With a lifetime of 10000 hours, Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60are of superior quality to the average.
Use of Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60
Philips Softone ESaver 8W WW E27 230-240V T60 lamps emit a warm white light (80-89K) that is ideal for areas where good lighting is necessary. The color rendering index is also excellent, more than 80-89Ra.
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