35 Watt - Low Pressure Sodium - 4550 Lumens - DC Bayonet Base - ANSI L70 - SOX35 - Philips 327817 T17 Low Pressure Sodium SOX
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Philips 32781-7 - 35 Watt

Low Pressure Sodium - 4550 Lumens - DC Bayonet Base - ANSI L70 - SOX35

 
Philips Low Pressure Sodium Lamps (SOX-E, SOX) are high energy efficiency, low pressure sodium lamps for indoor and outdoor applications. They are ideal for roadway lighting, bridge and tunnel lighting, security lighting, area floodlighting, railway crossing lighting and airport lighting.

Features

Features

  • Excellent Energy Efficiency - Up to 180 lumens per watt
  • Long Life - 18,000 hours rated average life
  • Vibration Resistant - Rough service arc tube support system provides protection against shock and vibration

  • Philips Low Pressure Sodium Lamps (SOX-E, SOX) are high energy efficiency, low pressure sodium lamps for indoor and outdoor applications.

    They are ideal for roadway lighting, bridge and tunnel lighting, security lighting, area floodlighting, railway crossing lighting and airport lighting.

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  LPS-327817
    Family:  SOX
    Order Code:  SOX 35
    Wattage:  35 Watt
    Bulb Shape:  T17
    Color Temperature:  1700 Kelvin
    Diameter:  2.125 in.
    Lumens (Initial):  4550
    Case Quantity:  12
     
     
    Brand:  Philips
    Part No.:  32781-7
    UPC:  8711500179739
    ANSI Code:  L70
    Base Type:  DC Bayonet (BA15d)
    Length:  12.2 in.
    Life Hours:  18,000
    Burn Position:  Base Up
     

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by SOX Lights Still the most efficient light source Low Pressure Sodium. Philips lamps are the pioneer in LPS from 1932. I have had the best luck with Philips lamps. I've had Osram, and GE (Thorn) Been using SOX 18,35,55,90 W lamps for decades, work great last long time. Not for making movies pure yellow monochromatic light for security and general outside lighting. Works great. September 2, 2012
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