HID Lamp, Metal Halide Lamp Type, BT37 Bulb Shape, Open Fixture Type, 1000 Watts
- Item# 14V999
- Mfr. Model# 5910
- Catalog Page# 659
- UNSPSC# 39101614
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- Item HID Lamp
- Overall Bulb Shape BT
- Bulb Shape BT37
- Bulb Base Type Mogul Screw (E39)
- Watts 1000
- Bulb Color Temp. 4000K
- Lumens 110,000
- Shatter-Resistant No
- Bulb Technology Metal Halide
- Color Rendering Index 65
- Average Bulb Life 9000 hr.
- For Enclosed Fixtures Yes
- Indoor/Outdoor Usage Indoor/Outdoor
- Bulb Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Bulb Min. Starting Temp. -40 Degrees F
- Bulb Operating Temp. Range -40 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
- Standards ETL UL 153
- Green Environmental Attribute Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption
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