Narva T8 LT 36W-015 G13 COLOUR Red







11036 0130

Tubular fluorescent lamp 26 mm, colored. Ideal for cost-effective creative illumination and decoration. Typical areas of use of these lamps LT-T8 are advertising, party lighting, discotheques and fairgrounds.

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Weight: 0.22 kg
Delivery: 3 to 14 days
Condition: New product

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Cap-Base G13
Bulb T8 [26 mm]
Lifespan 20000 h

Color Code 015
Color Designation Red
Luminous Flux Lamp 1250 Lm
Luminous Efficacy Lamp 34 Lm/W

Lamp Wattage 36W
Lamp Voltage 103V
Lamp Current 0.430 A

Rated ambient temp.w.max.luminous flux 25.0 °C

Energy Efficiency Label (EEL) B
Mercury (Hg) Content 4.5 mg
Energy consumption kWh/1000h 45 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 26 (max) mm

The light of the fluorescent lamps of the series COLOUR is used where an atmospheric and decorative illumination is required. Typical areas of use of these lamps LT-T8 are advertising, party lighting, discotheques and fairgrounds. The fluorescent lamps LT-T8 are offered in the light colours pink, red, green, blue and violet.

Narva T8 LT 36W-015 G13 COLOUR Red 4014501000762 11036 0130

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Energy Efficiency ClassB
Wattage - watt (W)36
Luminous flux - lumen (lm)1250
Luminous Efficacy Lamp - (lm / W)34
Light color code015
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)45
Lifetime - hours (h)20000
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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