23 Watts Screw-In CFL, T2, Medium Screw (E26), 1600 Lumens, 2700K Bulb Color Temp.
- Item # 4GCK4
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # FLE23HT2/2/XLCD
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 39101619
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- Overall Bulb Shape Spiral
- Dimmable No
- Wattage Equivalency 100W INC
- Watts 23
- Bulb Base Type Medium Screw (E26)
- Bulb Shape T2
- Light Appearance 2700 to 2999K, Soft White
- Max. Overall Bulb Length 4-3/4"
- Shatter-Resistant No
- Light Technology Fluorescent
- Bulb Type Standard
- Lumens 1600
- Bulb Color Temp. 2700K
- Voltage 120
- Average Bulb Life 12,000 hr.
- Color Rendering Index 82
- Bulb Designation FLE26HT2/2/XL/CD
- Bulb Min. Starting Temp. -5 Degrees F
- Standards Meets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
- Bulb Primary Application General Purpose
- Green Environmental Attribute Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption
- Green Certification or Other Recognition ENERGY STAR
Compliance and Restrictions
- This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is ENERGY STAR.
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