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- ItemHID Lamp
- Overall Lamp ShapeED
- Lamp TypeMercury Vapor
- Lamp ShapeED23.5
- Base TypeMogul Screw (E39)
- Color Temp.3900K
- Initial Lumens4000
- Mean Lumens2800
- Max. Overall Length7-1/2"
- Lamp Dia.2-1/8"
- Lamp FinishDelux White
- Fixture TypeOpen/Enclosed
- Shatter ResistanceNo
- Mounting PositionUniversal
- Average Life20,000 hr.
- Lamp DesignationHR100DX38
- ANSI CodeH38
- StandardsMeets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
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The Open Circuit Voltage (peak lead ballast) (MIN) is 318.0V.
The Open Circuit Voltage (RMS lag ballast) (MIN) 225.0V.
Please keep in mind that these are a type of High Intensity Discharge lamp for which a ballast is required to properly modulate the voltage. While Mercury Vapor lamps are still made and available for purchase for replacement purposes, as of January 1, 2008, Federal Laws now prohibit the manufacture of the ANSI Coded "H38" ballast this lamp would require.
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