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SYLVANIA 64597 - 150 Watt

PAR38 Flood - Metalarc Pro-Tech - Pulse Start - Metal Halide - 3200K - ANSI M102/O - MP150PAR38/U/FL35/ECO


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SKU: PLT-64597SP

Brand SYLVANIA
MPN (Part No.) 64597
Order Code MP150PAR38/U/FL35/ECO
UPC 046135645976
Base Type Medium (E26)
Family Metalarc Pro-Tech
Bulb Shape PAR38
CB Candlepower 17,000
Burn Position Universal
Start Method Pulse Start
ANSI Code M102/O
Life Hours 8,500
Wattage 150 Watt
Color Temperature 3200 Kelvin
Length 5.32 in.
Diameter 4.75 in.
CRI 75
Lumens 8,800

Description

The METALARC PRO-TECH metal halide lamps were created to fill the need for a safe light source for applications where a protective lens on the metal halide fixture was either impractical or detrimental to fixture design. Please note that metal halide lamps cannot be operated without a ballast.

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

Features

Features

  • METALARC PRO-TECH design-glass shroud for containment and UV-reduction
  • Open or enclosed fixture operation
  • Universal operating position on low-wattage lamps
  • Up to 20,000 hours average rated life
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Lower initial luminaire cost
  • Reduced luminaire dirt depreciation

  • The METALARC PRO-TECH metal halide lamps were created to fill the need for a safe light source for applications where a protective lens on the metal halide fixture was either impractical or detrimental to fixture design.

    The METALARC PRO-TECH lamp design enhances safety in open or enclosed fixtures and includes a shroud around the arc tube and, in some cases, a thicker walled outer jacket. In addition, METALARC PRO-TECH lamps have a reduction in UV output compared to standard metal halide lamps.

    With the benefit of open fixtures, these high output METALARC PRO-TECH lamps are ideal for higher ceiling applications where enclosed fixtures might previously have been necessary. The use of open fixtures means more light output over life and lower maintenance costs because there are no lenses to gather dirt and dust, thus extending lamp replacement procedures.