400 Watt - ED37 - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M59/E - Universal Burn - MH400W/U - Precision Lighting and Transformer 9884156 ED37 Metal Halide
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400 Watt - ED37 - Metal Halide

Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M59/E - Universal Burn - MH400W/U

 
PLT adheres to the strictest quality control and quality assurance procedures in the ballast and lamp industry. Each PLT product is tested under the toughest conditions and meticulously factory checked for defects in materials to reach you in perfect condition.

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Specifications

Stock Code:  PLT-9884156
Part No.:  9884156
Wattage:  400 Watt
Bulb Shape:  ED37
Color Temperature:  4000 Kelvin
Length:  11.5 in.
Protected:  No
Life Hours:  20,000
Burn Position:  Universal
Case Quantity:  6
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Order Code:  MH400W/U
ANSI Code:  M59/E
Base Type:  Mogul (E39)
CRI:  65
Diameter:  4.6 in.
Fixture Type:  Enclosed Only
Lumens (Initial):  36000
Warranty:  1 Year
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Value - bright light. Works well for factory lighting. Bulbs give off a bright white light. When installed next to a GE MH400W/U they are slightly less bright, although the specifications are the same. Take a little longer to start up and seem to require about 15 to 30 minutes initial burn-in to achieve full brightness. Installed 12 so far and happy with them. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good value. I bought 12 of these bulbs. They arrived quickly, and in great condition. The light is very bright, and the bulbs appear to be well made. I recommend these bulbs to everyone! March 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by buy this bulb! works just like any 400w metal halide and it's the cheapest i've found--so far so good!! February 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Better than GE, Sylvania and Philips! We re-lamped an area with 240 PLT 9884156 bulbs and not one failure after one year, they are whiter than the GE's we used to use and they still look new. Also purchased 33 PLT ballasts which were pre-wired (save a ton of time) and they were flawless also. July 13, 2011
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