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PLS 9 Watt Blacklight

This is a 9W G23 U Bend Fluorescent bulb that produces a Blacklight 350 light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
This is a G23 light bulb cap base
This is a 9W G23 U Bend Fluorescent bulb that produces a Blacklight 350 light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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PLS 9 Watt Blacklight
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Part No: PLS9BL

Product Summary

Cap/Base
G23
Cap/Base Type
2 Pin
Colour
Blacklight
Diameter
32 mm
Length
165 mm
Manufacturer
Leading Brand
Type
Ultra Violet Fluorescent Tubes
Wattage
9 W

PLS 9 Watt Blacklight

from Leading Brand (Model: PLS9BL)

PLS 2 Pin G23 bulb 9 Watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp, the perfect alternative to a standard incandescent or fluorescent lamp.This Blacklight lamp offers savings of up to 80% in energy usage compared to an incandescent and an impressive 8000 hour lamp life. Applications include insect-o-cutor units and special effects.

Technical Specifications

for PLS 9 Watt Blacklight

Application Insectocutors
Cap/Base G23
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Colour Blacklight
Diameter 32 mm
Length 165 mm
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 8000 hrs
Shape U Bend Fluorescent
Shape (Landing) U Bend Fluorescent
Style U Bend
Type Ultra Violet Fluorescent Tubes
Wattage 9 W

Product Barcodes

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043168429351
43168429351

Part Codes

of alternative stock identifiers
PLS9BL350 GE
PLS9W 2PIN BL:
U9W L023

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