400 Watts High Pressure Sodium HID Lamp, ED18, Mogul Screw (E39), 54,000 Lumens, 2100K Bulb Color Te
- Item # 5XN40
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # LU400/ECO/NC
- Catalog Page # 507
- UNSPSC # 39101617
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- Overall Bulb Shape ED
- Bulb Shape ED18
- Bulb Base Type Mogul Screw (E39)
- Watts 400
- Bulb Color Temp. 2100K
- Lumens 54,000
- Max. Overall Bulb Length 9-7/8"
- Shatter-Resistant No
- Bulb Designation LU400/ECO/NC
- Light Technology High Pressure Sodium
- Light Appearance 1000 to 2699K, Very Warm White
- Bulb Type High Output
- Color Rendering Index 30
- Light Bulb Dia. 2-1/4"
- Bulb Finish Clear
- Average Bulb Life 40,000 hr.
- Bulb Operating Position Universal
- For Enclosed Fixtures Yes
- ANSI Code S51
- Standards Meets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
- Green Environmental Attribute Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption
Compliance and Restrictions
- This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption.
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