LED 13W DD Gear Tray 4000K Maintained Emergency (28 Watt Alternative)

This is a 13 W bulb which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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LED DD Gear Tray 4000K Maintained Emergency


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Part No: GT-200-T-2540-M3

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LED 13W DD Gear Tray 4000K Maintained Emergency (28 Watt Alternative)
This is a 13 W bulb which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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£125.16
QuickFind: 29190
Part No: GT-200-T-2540-M3

Product Summary

Colour Temp
4000 K
Colour Temp
Dimming?
Non-Dimmable
Dimming?
Equivalent Wattage
28 W
Equivalent Wattage
Lumen
1680 lm
Lumen
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life
50,000
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life
Wattage
13 W
Wattage

LED 13W DD Gear Tray 4000K Maintained Emergency (28 Watt Alternative)

from Leading Brand (Model: GT-200-T-2540-M3)

This 4000K LED 13W DD Gear Tray with Maintained Emergency function is a perfect alternative for a 28W Butterfly 2D CFL gear tray. This unit comes with a 3 hour maintained emergency function. Offering a life of 50,000 hours compared to the CFL alternative, this LED Conversion Kit offers up savings of up to 50% in energy consumption and costs.

Energy Savings
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).

Technical Specifications

for LED 13W DD Gear Tray 4000K Maintained Emergency (28 Watt Alternative)
Ballast Type Emergency
Colour Temp 4000 K
Dimming? Non-Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage 28 W
Lamp Type LED
Lamp Wattage 13 W
Lumen 1680 lm
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 50,000
Wattage 13 W

Part Codes

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GT-220-4000-M3

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Glossary

Ballast

An Electrical Ballast is a device that is used to maintain the current in a circuit. Inductive ballasts are used with Fluorescent Tubes, Compact Fluorescents, Metal Halide, Sodium and Mercury light bulbs.


Electronic Transformer

An electronic transformer is used to reduce mains voltage to a suitable voltage for halogen light bulbs (Not to be confused with LED Drivers). When selecting a transformer it is important to ensure the max wattage is not exceeded by the total wattage consumed by the light bulbs.

Please Note: It is not recommended to "max" out transformers.

IE 5no. lamps x 10 watts each = 50 watts therefore a 60 watt (60VA) transformer would be acceptable, however if you had 6 lamps a 60 watt transformer would be "maxed" out. In this case we would then recommend a 105 watt (105VA) model.


Ballast Factor (BF)

In simple terms Ballast Factor is the percentage of the lamps lumens that the ballast is expected to emit. For example if a ballast had a ballast factor of 0.98 it would be emitting 98% of the lamps rated lumens.


Electromagnetic Ballast

The original type of ballast, the electromagnetic ballast was introduced with the first iteration of fluorescent lamps.


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