G4 Halogen
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Plusrite 3302 - 20 Watt - T3

G4 Base - Halogen - Clear - 2,000 Life Hours - 350 Lumens - 12 Volt

 
With an initial lumen output of 350, this T3 single ended halogen lamp operates at 20 watts and 12 volts. It has a 2-pin G4 base, pins spaced 4 mm apart, and a life expectancy of 2,000 hours. This clear bulb is great for use in desk lamps as well as accent, display, and general lighting.

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Specifications

Stock Code:  Q-G412V102132
Part No.:  3302
Wattage:  20 Watt
Bulb Color:  Clear
Bulb Type:  Halogen
Length:  1.3 in.
Life Hours:  2,000
Pin Spacing:  4 mm
 
 
Brand:  Plusrite
UPC:  844366033025
Voltage:  12
Bulb Shape:  T3
Base Type:  2-Pin G4
Diameter:  0.31 in.
Lumens (Initial):  350
Case Quantity:  100
 

Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by owner good price,base was not same but worked February 21, 2014
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