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SYLVANIA 26403 - F64T12/CW - 5 ft.

Single Pin - T12 - 4200K - Case of 30

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The 52-watt Sylvania 26403 F64T12/CW T12 linear tube features a vivid lumen output of 3,900 while producing a whiter, more natural color for either commercial or residential applications. It has a cool white color temperature of 4200K and an average life of 12,000 hours. This fluorescent tube is perfect for high or low installations and can help you save energy with a fluorescent ballast.

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

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SKU: F-64T12CW

The 52-watt Sylvania 26403 F64T12/CW T12 linear tube features a vivid lumen output of 3,900 while producing a whiter, more natural color for either commercial or residential applications. It has a cool white color temperature of 4200K and an average life of 12,000 hours. This fluorescent tube is perfect for high or low installations and can help you save energy with a fluorescent ballast.

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

Brochures & Spec Sheets

Brand SYLVANIA
MPN (Part No.) 26403
Order Code F64T12/CW
UPC 046135264030
Base Type Single Pin
Bulb Shape T12
Bulb Type F64T12
Case Quantity 30
Life Hours 12,000
Wattage 52 Watt
Color Temperature 4200 Kelvin
Length 62 in.
Diameter 1.5 in.
Lumens (Mean) 3432
CRI 60
Lumens 3,900
Safety Rating N/A

Description

The 52-watt Sylvania 26403 F64T12/CW T12 linear tube features a vivid lumen output of 3,900 while producing a whiter, more natural color for either commercial or residential applications. It has a cool white color temperature of 4200K and an average life of 12,000 hours. This fluorescent tube is perfect for high or low installations and can help you save energy with a fluorescent ballast.

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