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GE 97601 - F18DBX/841/ECO4P - 18W - CFL - 4100K
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GE 97601 - F18DBX/841/ECO4P

18 Watt - 4 Pin G24q-2 Base - 4100K - CFL

The mercury content of GE 97601 Ecolux Biax T4 lamps has been reduced by over 80 percent versus older traditional fluorescent lamp designs. To assure long life, advanced coating technologies have been developed to minimize the absorption of mercury within the lamp. Additionally, Ecolux lamps use an exclusive material design that helps to prevent the small amount of mercury in the lamp from forming mercury compounds which may leach into groundwater after lamp disposal. This 97601 plug-in CFL shines at 1,200 lumens with a cool white color temperature of 4100K. Best when used for long operating times, this lamp is great for facilities, retail display, hospitality, office, restaurant, and warehouse applications.

Mercury containing products sold into the state of WA include an environmental handling charge of .25/each


Stock Code:  FC18-G18089
Family:  Ecolux Biax
Order Code:  F18DBX/841/ECO4P
Wattage:  18 Watt
Color Temperature:  4100 Kelvin
Length:  5.8 in.
Life Hours:  12,000
Warranty:  15 Months
Brand:  GE
Part No.:  97601
UPC:  043168976015
Base Type:  G24q-2
CRI:  82
TCLP :  Compliant
Lumens (Initial):  1200
Case Quantity:  10

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Value I use this in the bathroom, it's not that bright. so I recommended to go with 4100K color. it will last about a year, but for the price it's great. January 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Save some time... I've tried to buy this bulb locally and other than going to an electrical contractor's supply store it is largely unavailable. I use them in a Panasonic bathroom fan/light. I even went to a high-end specialty lighting store that sells the Panasonic bath fan, and they don't have them. If you are fortunate to find them in a specialty store you will pay through the nose. save youself some grief, and $, stock up at a great price so when one blows in 3-4 months just pop in a new one and you're good to go. I find 4100 Kelvin perfect for lighting in a bathroom -- bright but not stark white. February 22, 2014
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