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MHS-0070373704
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70 Watt - T6 - MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Unprotected Arc Tube - 4200K - Rx7s Base - ANSI M139/E - Horizontal Burn (+/- 45 Deg.) - CDM70/TD/942 - Philips 373704
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Philips 37370-4 - 70 Watt - T6 - Pulse Start - Metal Halide

Unprotected Arc Tube - 4200K - ANSI M139/E - Rx7s Base - Horizontal Burn - CDM70/TD/942

 

The MasterColor CDM metal halide lamps deliver consistent white light and higher color rendering than any standard metal halide source for architectural lighting. Tubular double-ended TD style for enclosed luminaires are ideal for accent lighting in indoor applications. Please note that metal halide lamps cannot be operated without a ballast.

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Features

Features

  • Lifetime color stability within +/- 200k
  • Exceptional color rendering
  • Features FadeBlock™ — an integrated UV blocking medium for reduced fading of fabrics and paintings

  • The MasterColor® CDM metal halide lamps deliver consistent white light and higher color rendering than any standard metal halide source for architectural lighting. Tubular double-ended TD style for enclosed luminaires are ideal for accent lighting in indoor applications.

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MHS-0070373704
    Family:  MasterColor
    Order Code:  CDM70/TD/942
    Wattage:  70 Watt
    Bulb Shape:  T6
    Color Temperature:  4200 Kelvin
    Length:  4.69 in.
    Life Hours:  15,000
    Burn Position:  Horizontal +/- 45 Degrees
     
     
    Brand:  Philips
    Part No.:  37370-4
    UPC:  046677373702
    ANSI Code:  M139/E
    Base Type:  Rx7s
    CRI:  92
    Diameter:  0.75 in.
    Lumens (Initial):  6000
    Case Quantity:  12
     

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by It works for now The product is good, the price is nice. The color rendering is very good at 92. Cons: they produce a high amount of heat and use more energy than optional fixtures. I recommend changing out the fixture if you have these to an LED fixture. June 13, 2014
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