Sylvania T12 IRS F65W-133 IRS G13








Tubular fluorescent lamps 38 mm. Areas of application: Public buildings, office lighting, industry, shops, supermarkets and department stores, street lighting.

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Weight: 0.4 kg
Delivery: 3 to 14 days
Condition: New product

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Cap-Base     G13
Bulb Shape     T12 IRS [ 38 mm (T12)]
Life To 50% Failures (Nom)     10000 h

Color Code     640  [ CCT of 4000K]
Luminous Flux (Nom)     4800 lm
Color Designation     Cool White (CW)
Color Rendering Index (Nom)     64

Power (Rated) (Nom)     65W
Lamp Current (Nom)     0.670 A
Voltage (Nom)     110V

Energy Efficiency Label (EEL)     A
Mercury (Hg) Content (Nom)     9.0 mg

Base Face to Base Face A 1500.0 (max) mm
Insertion Length B 1504.7 (min), 1507.1 (max) mm
Overall Length C 1514.2 (max) mm
Diameter D 38 (max) mm

Areas of application:
-Public buildings
-Office lighting
-Supermarkets and department stores
-Street lighting
-Outdoor applications only in suitable luminaires

Sylvania T12 IRS F65W-133 IRS G13 5410288004389 0000438

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It needs ballastYes
DimmableYES, with DIMM ECG
Energy Efficiency ClassA
Wattage - watt (W)65
Luminous flux - lumen (lm)4800
Luminous Efficacy Lamp - (lm / W)73
Light color temperature - kelvin (K)4000
Light color code640
Color rendering index - CRI64
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)65
Lifetime - hours (h)10000
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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