Sylvania Daylightstar T8 F30W 5000K G13

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Sylvania

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5410288007175

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0000717

The Daylightstar T8 is designed to reduce algae growth through a special UV-STOP protective sleeve. The 5000K triphoshor lamp with a daylight character allows fish and plants to be seen in their true colours (high colour rendition).

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Weight: 0.16 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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Cap-Base G13
Bulb T8
Design / version Coated
Average life 10000h

Lamp mercury content 10 mg

Color Temperature 5000 K
Luminous Flux 2300 Lm

Lamp Wattage 30W
Lamp Voltage 96V
Lamp Current 0.37 A

Length L 895 mm
Diameter D 26 mm


Features
-Reduces algae growth through a special UV-STOP protective sleeve
-Allows fish and plants to be seen in their true colours (high colour rendition)
-5000K triphosphor lamp with a daylight character
-High colour rendition
-Long life

Applications
-For use in fresh water aquariums
-In combination with Grolux it produces a well balanced and optimal aquarium life

Sylvania Daylightstar T8 F30W 5000K G13 5410288007175 0000717

 
Data sheet
It needs ballastYes
DimmableYES, with DIMM ECG
Energy Efficiency ClassA
Base/SockelG13
Wattage - watt (W)30
Luminous flux - lumen (lm)2300
Luminous Efficacy Lamp - (lm / W)77
Light color temperature - kelvin (K)5000
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)30
Lifetime - hours (h)10000
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)10
 
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