40 Watt - Self-Ballasted Induction Lamp - 120 Volt - 5000K - 60,000 Life Hours - Mogul Base
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40 Watt - PLT P30054

Self-Ballasted Induction Lamp - 120 Volt - 5000K - 2,800 Lumens - 60,000 Life Hours - Mogul Base

 
Induction lamps are ideal replacement lamps for outlawed mercury lamps in outdoor fixtures. Because they are self-ballasted, installation is simple and easy: Just screw them into existing sockets. They also offer bright white, glare-free light with a CRI above 80 for greater visibility and safety. The lamp's ballast is made of long life components that offer instant , flicker-free cold start and hot restart. 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.

Note: Not to be installed in totally enclosed luminaires.

Specifications

Stock Code:  PDC-P30054
Part No.:  P30054
Voltage:  120
Color Temperature:  5000 Kelvin
Length:  10.25 in.
Life Hours:  60,000
Burn Position:  Universal
Case Quantity:  24
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Wattage:  40 Watt
Base Type:  Mogul (E39)
CRI:  80
Width:  4.5 in.
Lumens (Initial):  2800
Warranty:  5 Years
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works well It does what it's supposed to. Light output and color spectrum are comparable to an equally powered CFL. An orange plate was knocked out of place (during shipping I hope), and was hanging in the enclosure; fiddling at it with a pair of screw drivers for a while, I managed to snap it back in place. September 21, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not that efficient Kind of disappointed in the efficacy, You see lighting companies raving the induction lamps are super efficient and can replace metal halides twice the induction wattage without loss of light output...not really. I knew this lamp only produced 2800 lumens before I bought it, but I thought it would at least be as bright as a 100w Mercury lamp...not even close. And wont fire at all if the temp drops below 10 degrees, I cant see it lasting the 60,000 hours outdoors here in Wisconsin or other northern states. I say save the $50 and purchase an $8 42w CFL the light output and color temp is essentially the same. Or go LED February 22, 2012
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