35 Watt - R111 Narrow Flood - MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - Protected Arc Tube - 3000K - GX8.5 Base - ANSI M130/O - Universal Burn - CDM-R111 35W/830 24D
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Philips 13556-6 - 35 Watt

R111 Narrow Flood - MasterColor - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - 3000K - GX8.5 Base - ANSI M130/O - Universal Burn - CDM-R111 35W/830 24D

 
Philips MasterColor CDM-R111 combines the trendy look of the 111mm aluminum reflector halogen lamps with the long life, high energy efficiency and crisp white light of ceramic metal halide MasterColor lamps.

Features

Features and Benfits

MasterColor® Technology:

  • lower operating costs
  • 38W CDM-R111 lasts 3 times longer than 75W halogen Aluline Pro 111 lamps
  • 38W CDM-R111 uses less than half the energy used compared to 75W halogen Aluline Pro111 lamps
  • Excellent color quality
  • Look and feel of Aluline Pro 111:

  • Excellent look in the store
  • Integrated protection glass for open luminaires
  • Improved cap for reduced glare
  • Specially designed reflector for MasterColor
  • Same size and high tech look
  • Twist and lock system for easy installation

  • Philips MasterColor┬« CDM-R111 combines the trendy look of the 111mm aluminum reflector halogen lamps with the long life, high energy efficiency and crisp white light of ceramic metal halide MasterColor lamps.

    Brochures & Spec Sheets

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MHS-0035135566
    Family:  MasterColor
    Order Code:  CDM-R111 35W/830 24D
    Wattage:  35 Watt
    Beam Angle:  24 Degree
    Base Type:  GX8.5
    Color Temperature:  3000 Kelvin
    Length:  3.75 in.
    Protected:  Yes
    Life Hours:  11,000
    Burn Position:  Universal
    Case Quantity:  6
     
     
    Brand:  Philips
    Part No.:  135566
    UPC:  046677135560
    ANSI Code:  M130/O
    Bulb Shape:  R111
    CB Candlepower:  8,500
    CRI:  81
    Diameter:  4.37 in.
    Fixture Type:  Open or Enclosed
    Lumens (Initial):  1350
    Start Method:  Pulse Start
     

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