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LED 13W DD Gear Tray 5000K Magic Dim Sensor (28 Watt Alternative)from Leading Brand (Model: GT-200-T-2550-801)
A 13W watt LED magic Dim Sensor retrofit gear tray designed to replace the 28 watt butterfly lamp compact fluorescent gear tray. The Magic Dim Sensor can be set to dimming levels of off. 5%, 10%. 30% and 50% via a dip switch. With a 50,000 life and excellent colour rendering this conversion kit will save up to 50% on energy costs making it a great replacement for a standard gear tray.
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £90.00
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
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