230 Watt Eco Halogen Linear R7s 117-118mm 110V (300 Watt Alternative)
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Part No: K9-110HIR
Warm White (830)
Energy Saving Halogen
230 Watt Eco Halogen Linear R7s 117-118mm 110V (300 Watt Alternative)from Leading Brand (Model: K9-110HIR)
This 110 Volt 230 Watt R7s double ended Warm White 117-118mm lamp is a direct retrofit for a standard 300 Watt halogen linear bulb. This lamp is a high intensity light source that emits a crisp white halogen light. Offering an extended 2000 hour lamp life this warm White lamp is most commonly used for Display Lighting and Floodlighting applications.
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £16.80
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
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