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High Pressure Sodium Lamp, ED18,400W

GE LIGHTING

Price: $29.15 / each

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  • Item # 3APT6
  • Mfr. Model # LU400/H/ECO
  • NSN #
    0240-00-006-6676

    0240-00-006-6764

    6240-00-049-6764

    6240-00-049-9676

    6240-00-099-6764

    6240-00-099-9676

    6240-99-000-9728

  • UNSPSC # 39101617
  • Catalog Page # 645
  • Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
Country of Origin HungaryCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHigh Pressure Sodium Lamp
  • Overall Lamp ShapeED
  • Lamp ShapeED18
  • Base TypeMogul Screw (E39)
  • Watts400
  • Color Temp.2100K
  • CRI22
  • Initial Lumens51,000
  • Mean Lumens45,000
  • Max. Overall Length9-3/4"
  • Lamp Dia.2-1/4"
  • Lamp FinishClear
  • Fixture TypeOpen
  • Shatter ResistanceNo
  • Mounting PositionUniversal
  • Average Life24,000 hr.
  • Lamp DesignationLU400/H/ECO
  • Description/Special FeaturesTCLP Compliant
  • ANSI CodeS51
  • 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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All HID ballast and lamps have an ANSI number on them. Ballast and lamp ANSI codes should always match. For example: if you have an M59 ballast, you should use an M59 lamp for example.

In the instance of Grainger Item # 3APT6, it has a ANSI Code of S51, and therefore must be matched to a ballast with the same ANSI Code.

"Multi-Vapor" is trademarked term General Electric (GE) uses to describe thier Probe-Start Metal Halide Lamps. The average 400W Probe-Start Metal Halide Lamp has an ANSI Code of M59, and therefore must be used only with a ballast also rated with ANSI Code M59.

To switch to a different type of lamp generally requires the replacement of the ballast, except in rare instances. The complexity of those exceptions is too involved to address here. For more information about those exceptions, please call 800-323-0620 and ask to speak with Grainger Technical Product Support.

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