100 Watt - ED17 - MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Protected Arc Tube - 3000K - Medium Base - ANSI M140/M90/O - Universal Burn - MHC100/U/MP/3K ALTO - Philips 233684
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Philips 23368-4 - 100 Watt - ED17

MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Protected Arc Tube - 3000K - Medium Base - ANSI M140/M90/O - Universal Burn - MHC100/U/MP/3K ALTO

 
The 100-watt Philips MasterColor 23368-4 ED17 ceramic metal halide lamp offers a range of high-efficiency long life of 16,000 hours with stable color over its lifetime and a crisp, sparkling light to be used in enclosed fixtures. It has a color temperature of 3000K with a medium (E26) base. 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.

    Brochures & Spec Sheets

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MHS-0100233684
    Family:  MasterColor
    Order Code:  MHC100/U/MP/3K ALTO
    Wattage:  100 Watt
    Bulb Color:  Clear
    Base Type:  Medium (E26)
    CRI:  85
    Diameter:  2.13 in.
    Fixture Type:  Open or Enclosed
    Lumens (Initial):  8600
    Start Method:  Pulse Start
     
     
    Brand:  Philips
    Part No.:  233684
    UPC:  046677233686
    ANSI Code:  M140/M90/O
    Bulb Shape:  ED17
    Color Temperature:  3000 Kelvin
    Length:  5.44 in.
    Protected:  Yes
    Life Hours:  16,000
    Burn Position:  Universal
    Case Quantity:  12
     

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