Light Efficient Design LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N LED Light Bulb, T8, 48", 120V-277V, 17.2W (32W Equivalent) - 5700K - Daylight - 1947 Lumens

SKU: 970534
Brand: Light Efficient Design Model: LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N Condition: New

Light Efficient Design LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N LED Light Bulbs

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Description

Upgrading your lighting to LED will not only save you 70-80% on your lighting electrical costs, but it pay for itself and more within a year. On average, a single LED light bulb will outlast over 40 Incandescent light bulbs, lasting up to 15-20 years based on average daily usage.  The Light Efficient Design LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N is the perfect replacement for your T8 light bulbs. The LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N uses only 17.2W of electricity to equal the same amount of light output of a 40W Fluorescent, or a 32W Halogen.

The Light Efficient Design LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N measures 48” long and is a Bi Pin bulb design. The LED-6116-00-UL-4-DL-N emits a vibrant spectrum of 5700K, which resembles natural daylight. The powerful output reaches 1947 Lumens of lighting power. The fully enclosed design allows for a lifespan of 50,000 hours!

Specifications

  • Voltage: 120-277V
  • Wattage Used: 17.2W
  • Wattage Equivalent: 32W 
  • Base Type: Bi Pin / T8
  • Color Temperature: 5700K Daylight
  • Dimensions: 48" long
  • Lumen Output: 1400 Lumens
  • Beam Angle: 120 Degrees
  • Life Span: Up to 50,000 Hours
  • Not Dimmable

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