ED17 Pulse Start Metal Halide
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Philips 36061-0 - 100 Watt - ED17

MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Protected Arc Tube - 3900K - Medium Base - White Coated - ANSI M140/M90/O - Universal Burn - MHC100/C/U/MP/4K ALTO

 
Philips MasterColor Ceramic Metal Halide Lamps offer a range of high-efficiency long life with stable color over lifetime and a crisp, sparkling light to be used in enclosed fixtures. Please note that metal halide lamps cannot be operated without a ballast.

Features

Features and Benefits

Benefits

  • Environmentally Responsible TCLP* Compliant ALTO® Lamp Technology.
  • High lamp efficacy (up to 95 LPW)
  • Energy-efficient alternative to incandescent/halogen.
  • Features

  • Excellent Color Rendering.
  • Superior Color Stability Over Life.
  • Total Cost of Ownership Benefits.
  • FadeBlock–Lamps feature integrated UV blocking medium for reduced fading of fabrics and paintings.

  • Philips MasterColor® Ceramic Metal Halide Lamps offer a range of high-efficiency long life with stable color over lifetime and a crisp, sparkling light to be used in enclosed fixtures.

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MHS-10085P
    Family:  MasterColor
    Order Code:  MHC100/C/U/MP/4K ALTO
    Wattage:  100 Watt
    Bulb Shape:  ED17
    Color Temperature:  3900 Kelvin
    Length:  5.438 in.
    Protected:  Yes
    Lumens (Initial):  7500
    Start Method:  Pulse Start
     
     
    Brand:  Philips
    Part No.:  36061-0
    UPC:  046677360610
    ANSI Code:  M140/O or M90/O
    Base Type:  Medium (E26)
    CRI:  92
    Diameter:  2.125 in.
    Fixture Type:  Open or Enclosed
    Burn Position:  Universal
    Case Quantity:  12
     

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by SO BRIGHT IT LIGHTS UP THE WHOLE DRIVEWAY! MAN, i replaced a 100w PSMH lamp in a metal halide yard light on the front of my moms yard with one of these, and this little thing is so bright that it LIGHTS UP THE WHOLE DRIVEWAY AND FRONT YARD!! June 20, 2013
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