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Pulse Arc Metal Halide Lamp, ED37,400W
- Item # 6XV25
- Mfr. Model # MPR400/VBU/XHO/PA
- UNSPSC # 39101614
- Catalog Page # 644
- Shipping Weight 0.7 lbs.
- ItemMetal Halide Lamp
- Overall Lamp ShapeED
- Lamp ShapeED37
- Base TypeMogul Screw (EX39)
- Color Temp.4000K
- Initial Lumens42,000
- Mean Lumens29,500
- Max. Overall Length11-1/2"
- Lamp FinishClear
- Fixture TypeOpen/Enclosed
- Shatter ResistanceNo
- Mounting PositionVertical +/-15 Degrees
- Average Life20,000 hr.
- Lamp DesignationMPR400/VBU/XHO/PA
- Description/Special FeaturesPulseArc(R), UV Control
- ANSI CodeM135/M155
- StandardsMeets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - General
This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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