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High Pressure Sodium Lamp, B17,70W
- Item # 2V632
- Mfr. Model # LU70/MED/ECO
- NSN # 6240-01-142-2845
- UNSPSC # 39101617
- Catalog Page # 645
- Shipping Weight 0.15 lbs.
- ItemHigh Pressure Sodium Lamp
- Overall Lamp ShapeB
- Lamp ShapeB17
- Base TypeMedium Screw (E26)
- Color Temp.1900K
- Initial Lumens6400
- Mean Lumens6400
- Max. Overall Length5-7/16"
- Lamp Dia.2-1/8"
- Lamp FinishClear
- Fixture TypeOpen
- Shatter ResistanceNo
- Mounting PositionUniversal
- Average Life24,000 hr.
- Lamp DesignationLU70/MED/ECO
- Description/Special FeaturesTCLP Compliant
- ANSI CodeS62
- StandardsMeets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
- Green Environmental AttributeProduct Contributes to Reducing Energy Consumption
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Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item has one or more environmentally preferable attributes. For additional information, see the Tech Specs tab on the product description page.
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By it's nature and technology, High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps (bulbs) provide a lamp color tone in the Color Temperature range of 1800 to 2200 Kelvin(K). In this range, light appears to have an Orange/Amber color.
Mercury Vapor (MV) lamps possess a Bluish-Green hue. These lamps are becoming increasingly obsolete and hard to find. In the USA, as of January 1, 2008 the ballasts supporting these lamps are Federally prohibited from manufacture. If your fixture requires one, please call your local Grainger branch for further assitance.
Metal Halide (MH) and Pulse-Start/Pulse-Arc (PS/PA MH) lamps can be recognized because they deliver crisp, sparkling white light, effective for sports arenas, stores, displays, and accent lighting, and secuity lighting such as parking garages and parking lots. Sometimes this white light has a very slight bluish tint to it. The the Color Temperature range of Metal Halide lamps range from 3000K to 5200 Kelvin(K).
Because of design, the lamp you choose to use with your fixture MUST have the same American National Standards Institute (ANSI) code as the ballast inside the fixture to ensure proper operation.
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