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100 Watt - ED17 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M90/E - Medium Base - Universal Burn - MH 100W/U/PS - Venture 27266


MH-27266

Venture 27266 - 100 Watt - ED17 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide
Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M90/E - Medium Base - Universal Burn - MH 100W/U/PS
  • ANSI Code: M90/E
  • Bulb Shape: ED17
  • CRI: Standard CRI
  • Color Temperature: 4000 Kelvin
  • Life Hours: 15,000
  • Wattage: 100 Watt

  • Lumens: 9,000
  • Base Type: Medium (E26) Enclosed Rated
  • Protected: No
  • Burn Position: Universal
  • Start Method: Pulse Start
  • Case Quantity: 12
$30.03 ea.

MH-27266

175/150 Watt - ED17 - 4000 Kelvin - Works with any 175 Watt Magnetic Ballast - Venture 44810


MH-44810

175/150 Watt - ED17 - 4000 Kelvin - Medium Base
Works with any 175 Watt Magnetic Ballast - Venture 44810
  • Order Code: MH 150W/U/EM
  • Wattage: 150 Watt
  • Fixture Type: Enclosed Only
  • Lumens: 13,500

  • Base Type: Medium (E26) Enclosed Rated
  • Protected: No
  • Replaces: 175 Watt Metal Halide
  • Burn Position: Universal
$40.03 ea.

MH-44810

400 Watt - ED28 - Metal Halide Conversion Lamp - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000 Kelvin - ANSI S51/E - Mogul Base - Universal Burn-  400W/U/LU/ED28 -Venture 59441


MH-59441

Venture 59441 - 400 Watt - ED28 - Metal Halide Conversion Lamp
For Use with 400 Watt HPS Ballast - ANSI S51/E - 400W/U/LU/ED28
  • ANSI Code: S51/E
  • Bulb Shape: ED28
  • CRI: Standard CRI
  • Color: Cool White
  • Color Temperature: 4000 Kelvin
  • Life Hours: 20,000
  • Wattage: 400 Watt

  • Lumens: 41,000
  • Ballast Type: Magnetic
  • Base Type: Mogul (E39)
  • Protected: No
  • Burn Position: Universal
  • Case Quantity: 12
$48.56 ea.

MH-59441

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150 Watt - ED28 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M102/E - Mogul Base - Universal Burn - MH 150W/U/ED28/PS/740 - Venture 13556


MH-13556

Venture 13556 - 150 Watt - ED28 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide
Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - ANSI M102/E - Mogul Base - Universal Burn - MH 150W/U/ED28/PS/740
  • ANSI Code: M102/E
  • CRI: Standard CRI
  • Color Temperature: 4000 Kelvin
  • Life Hours: 15,000
  • Wattage: 150 Watt
  • Lumens: 14,000

  • Voltage: 95
  • Base Type: Mogul (E39)
  • Protected: No
  • Burn Position: Universal
  • Case Quantity: 12
$52.37 ea.

MH-13556

Venture 60811 - 200 Watt - ED17 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - Medium Base - ANSI M136/E - Base Up Burn - MS200W/BU/MED/PS/740


MH-02001

Venture 60811 - 200 Watt - ED17
Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4000K - Medium Base - ANSI M136/E - Base Up Burn - MS200W/BU/MED/PS/740
  • ANSI Code: M136/E
  • Bulb Shape: ED17
  • CRI: Standard CRI
  • Color Temperature: 4000 Kelvin
  • Life Hours: 12,000

  • Wattage: 200 Watt
  • Lumens: 21,000
  • Base Type: Medium (E26)
  • Burn Position: Base Up +/- 15 Degrees
  • Start Method: Pulse Start
$63.39 ea.

MH-02001

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Incandescent Bulbs

Incandescent light bulbs are used in a wide number of applications in and around the home. The most familiar incandescent is the A-shape (A19) with a medium screw-in base that is common in general household lighting such as table lamps. Incandescents use a lot of energy to generate light, however much of that energy is lost as heat. Since 2007 there has been a slow phase out of incandescent lights with only a few specialty bulbs exempt, including antique bulbs and rough service bulbs. As of January 2018, California banned incandescent bulbs in favor of energy efficient light bulbs. California retailers are allowed to finish selling through existing stock, but incandescent bulbs will soon be gone from the shelves. However, even if you live in California, you can continue to get the incandescent bulbs you love right here at 1000Bulbs.com.

Antique and Vintage Bulbs

Antique and vintage light bulbs are reproductions of turn-of-the-century lighting. Recognizable by their unique filaments, these bulbs deliver a warm glow and are a popular choice for DIY and restoration projects. Due to the low Lumen output, antique bulbs are for decorative use only.

Halogen Lights

Halogen light bulbs contain a small capsule filled with Halogen gas, which emits a bright white light. Using the same amount of power as incandescents, these lights last longer and produce a better quality light. Halogen bulbs are sensitive to the oils on your skin. These oils can cause hot spots on the lens which cause the glass to break when heated so it is recommended that you wear gloves when handling them.

Fluorescent Tubes

Fluorescent tubes produce light by making the phosphor coating inside the tube glow. Depending on the makeup of the phosphor coating, linear fluorescents can provide a higher color rendering index (CRI) to help color appear more natural. The 800 series have CRIs in the 80s while the 900 series have a high CRI of 90 or higher. Tube guards are also available to protect lamps from moisture, dust, and accidental breakage. Fluorescent tubes are suitable for use in office buildings, warehouses, workshops, and big-box retail stores.

Compact Fluorescents

CFL bulbs (compact fluorescents), are smaller versions of fluorescent lights made into a variety of shape and sizes. CFL light bulbs use less energy than incandescents while emitting a similar Lumen output. These lamps require a warmup period and most should not be paired with vacancy sensors, occupancy sensors, or photocells. The repetitive on-off cycles that occurs when paired with these technologies can shorten the life of the bulb.

High Intensity Discharge Lights (HID Lighting)

High intensity discharge lights (HID) include metal halide, high pressure sodium (HPS), and mercury vapor lights. HID light bulbs emit a large amount of light and are commonly found in parking lots, streets, and warehouse lighting. Like fluorescent bulbs, HID bulbs require a ballast to operate.

LED Light Bulbs

LED light bulbs are up to 80 percent more efficient than traditional lighting. These bulbs can be found in a variety of shapes including BRs, MRs, and LED tubes. Some LED lighting may qualify for rebates on top of the exceptional energy savings. Look for bulbs that are Energy Star, Title 24, and JA8 rated.

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