Deltech 6ft LED T8 Fluorescent Tube 30W 1778mm Daylight (70 Watt Alternative)
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Deltech 6ft LED T8 Fluorescent Tube 30W 1778mm Daylight (70 Watt Alternative)from Deltech (Model: DL-T86RCW)
This Daylight LED 28 Watt (70W equivalent) T8 Fluorescent Tube is an ultra-efficient lighting solution perfectly suited to the same applications as a standard T8 fluorescent tube. This lamp offers energy savings of 80% compared to a traditional lamp and a superb 40,000 hour lamp life
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £192.00
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
Technical Specificationsfor Deltech 6ft LED T8 Fluorescent Tube 30W 1778mm Daylight (70 Watt Alternative)
|Cap/Base Type||2 Pins Each End|
|Colour Temp||6000 K|
|Energy Efficient Rating||A|
|Equivalent Wattage||70 W|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||40000hrs|
|Shape||T8 Linear (26mm Dia)|
|Style||Style 25mm Dia|
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A starter is used in the operation of fluorescent tubes. The starter is designed to preheat the electrodes in a fluorescent tube and produce an ignition pulse to light it up. While the tube is lit, a starter consumes almost no power and will be ready to function again as soon as the tubes have been turned off.
T2 is a term describing a tube that is 2 eighths of an inch in diameter, or 7mm.
A T2 Tube is a type of slimline fluorescent tube commonly used for Cabinet and Display lighting. Available in 6, 8, 11 or 13 watts the T2 tube has a distinguishable W4.3 Plug In base at each end.
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A T5, sometimes called the T16 is a common type of fluorescent tube predominantly found in recessed and suspended ceiling applications. The T5 tube gets its' name from being 5 eighths of an inch in diameter, or 15-16mm.
Although commonly referring to linear tubes, T5 tube could refer to a type of circular fluorescent tube. The T5 circular tube has a 2GX13 base with 2 pins either side of the tube.
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A T12 Tube is a type of fluorescent tube commonly found lighting larger areas such as offices and retail spaces. The T12 Tube was one of the first fluorescent tubes to be manufactured, however is now being phased out in favour of the more efficient T8 Tube which has the same G13 base. T12 Tubes measure 38mm, or 12 eighths of an inch, in diameter and are available in wattages ranging from 20-125 watts.
830 can be used to describe the colour of light produced by a light bulb or fluorescent tube. Colour 830 is primarily found in halogen light bulbs and appears slightly whiter than incandescent light bulbs.
Colour 840 is also referred to as "cool white", emitting a 4000k colour temperature. Lamps & tubes that produce this colour enhance blues, flatten reds and give a bluish tint to whites & greens.
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