Philips TL-D 36W-17 G13 Green








This TL-D lamp (tube diameter 26 mm) helps to create special effects and atmospheres or attract attention by using red, green, blue and yellow light. Apart from using the specific colors, it is also possible to mix the colors to create white light. This lamp offers a high light output, thanks to the use of basic powders. Application areas include shops and showrooms, bars and restaurants, demonstration areas, sign lighting and entertainment stores.

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8,62€tax excl.

Weight: 0.22 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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Cap-Base G13 [Medium Bi-Pin Fluorescent]
Bulb T8 [26 mm]
Life to 10% failures EM 12000 hr
Life to 50% failures EM 15000 hr

Color Code 170
Color Designation (text) Green
Luminous Flux EM 25°C, Rated 4300 Lm
Luminous Flux EM 25°C, Nominal 4300 Lm
LLMF EM 2000h Rated 55 %
Design Temperature 25 C
Chromaticity Coordinate X 246 -
Chromaticity Coordinate Y 606 -

Lamp Wattage 36W
Lamp Wattage EM 25°C, Nominal 36W
Lamp Wattage EM 25°C, Rated 36.0W
Lamp Voltage EM 25°C 103V
Lamp Current EM 25°C 0.440 A
Dimmable Yes

Energy Efficiency Label (EEL) A+
Mercury (Hg) Content 13.0 mg
Energy consumption kWh/1000h 42 kWh

Base Face to Base Face A 1199.4 (max) mm
Insertion Length B 1204.1 (min), 1206.5 (max) mm
Overall Length C 1213.6 (max) mm
Diameter D 28.0 (max) mm

-The fluorescent powders of Red and Yellow lamps are mixed with a pigment to filter out unwanted wavelengths
-Can be used with conventional or electronic gear
-Depending on the control gear, dimming is possible

-For color effects in stage lighting, shop-window lighting, festive lighting, bars, dance halls etc.

Philips TL-D 36W-17 G13 Green 8711500643001 928048501705

Data sheet
Energy Efficiency ClassA+
Wattage - watt (W)36
Luminous flux - lumen (lm)4300
Luminous Efficacy Lamp - (lm / W)119
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)36
Lifetime - hours (h)15000
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)25
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  • Lumen - Lm

    The lumen (symbol: lm) is the SI derived unit of luminous flux, a measure of the total quantity of visible light emitted by a source. Luminous flux differs from power (radiant flux) in that radiant flux includes all electromagnetic waves emitted, while luminous flux is weighted according to a model of the human eye's sensitivity to various wavelengths. Lumens are related to lux in that one lux is one lumen per square meter.

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