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1,950 Lumens - LED - 4 ft. Tube - 18 Watt

3500K Halogen White - Direct Wire - Ballast Must Be Removed - Maxlite 73557


  • Provides up to 44 percent in energy savings when compared to 32-watt fluorescent lamps
  • Easy retrofitting for fluorescent fixtures with non-shunted G13 lamp holders
  • RoHS compliant and DesignLights Consortium (DLC®) qualified
  • Designed to operate with 120-277-volt applications
  • Mercury free and virtually no UV or IR light
  • Suitable in enclosed fixtures
  • Simple Ballast Must Be Removed

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SKU: MAX-73557

Brand MaxLite
Family MaxLED
MPN (Part No.) 73557
Wattage 18 Watt
Voltage 120
Beam Angle 120 Degree
Bulb Shape T8
Base Type Medium Bi-Pin
Dimmable Not for use in dimming applications
Color Temperature 3500 Kelvin
CRI 82
Length 47.75 in.
Diameter 1.3 in.
Life Hours 50,000
Lumens 1,950
UL Listed Dry and Damp Locations
DLC Listed Yes
Warranty 5 Years
Case Quantity 25
Start Temp. (Min) -4 Deg. F
Start Temp. (Max) 122 Deg. F
Order Code L18T8SE435
Light Source LED

Description

The Maxlite 73557 (L18T8SE435) 4-foot T8 LED with an internal driver is the best energy-saving option when upgrading traditional linear T8 fluorescent lamps in fixtures containing standard non-shunted G13 (medium bi-pin) sockets. This lamp is an ideal T12 replacement as well since it uses the same non-shunted lampholders that a T8 does.

To be installed by licensed electrician only. Requires non-shunted lamp holders (tombstones). See part no. SOCK-L13051U. Do not use with dimmers.

 

  • Provides up to 44 percent in energy savings when compared to 32-watt fluorescent lamps
  • Easy retrofitting for fluorescent fixtures with non-shunted G13 lamp holders
  • RoHS compliant and DesignLights Consortium (DLC®) qualified
  • Designed to operate with 120-277-volt applications
  • Mercury free and virtually no UV or IR light
  • Suitable in enclosed fixtures
  • Simple Ballast Must Be Removed