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30 Watt - PAR36 - 6.4 Volt - Spot

Incandescent Light Bulb - 100 Life Hours - 55,000 Candlepower - GE 24673

30 Watt - PAR36 - 6.4 Volt - Spot Image

30 Watt - PAR36 - 6.4 Volt - Spot

Incandescent Light Bulb - 100 Life Hours - 55,000 Candlepower - GE 24673

GE's new optics add to the superior performance of the halogen family with energy saving, long life, and reduced mainten... View More Details

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SKU: PAR36-4515GE

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Brand:GE
MPN (Part No.):24673
UPC:043168246736
Bulb Shape:PAR36
Bulb Color:Clear
Bulb Type:Incandescent
Life Hours:100
Wattage:30 Watt
CB Candlepower:55,000
Voltage:6.4
Base Type:Screw Terminal
Burn Position:Universal
Length:2.75 in.
Diameter:4.5 in.
Case Quantity:12

Description

GE's new optics add to the superior performance of the halogen family with energy saving, long life, and reduced maintenance products. This GE 24673 PAR36 wide flood incandescent lamp delivers 30 watts and 6.4 volts. Advanced beam control provides sharper cut-offs and reduces stray light. With a 100-hour life and a screw terminal base, the lamp provides a crisp, white glow, making it perfect for billboards, pools, and a variety of other specialized uses.

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