Philips Actinic BL TL-d 30W-10 uv-a G13

804164 - Philips - 8727900804164 - 928025401029

Actinic UVA lamps are the ideal choice for cosmetic finger nail treatments, photopolymerization, reprographic processes and electronic insect killer systems.

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

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Cap-Base G13
Bulb T26
Useful Life 7000 hr
Life to 50% failures EM 13000 hr

Color Code 10
Color Designation (text) Actinic
Depreciation 5000 hours 15 %
Depreciation 2000 hours 10 %

Lamp Wattage 30W
Lamp Wattage Technical 30W
Lamp Voltage 98V
Lamp Current 0.36 A

Mercury (Hg) Content 5.5 mg

UV-A Radiation 100hr (IEC) 9.4W
UV-B/UV-A (IEC) 0.6 %

Base Face to Base Face A 894.6 (max) mm
Insertion Length B 899.3 (min), 901.7 (max) mm
Overall Length C 908.8 (max) mm
Diameter D 28 (max) mm


With an optimized spectrum matching the eye sensitivity of the housefly, Actinic BL TL(-K)/TL-D(-K)/TL-E/PL-S and PL-L lamps are perfect for attracting insects. They have virtually no UV-B output, and so are perfectly safe. What's more, with the lowest mercury content in the industry and being 100% lead-free, these lamps represent a very good environmental choice. Furthermore, the availability of a wide range of form factors (straight (T5, T8, T12), circular (TL-E) and compact (PL-S/PL-L)) and wattages enables you to make all kinds of designs for your electronic fly killers.

Features
-Emits long-wave UV-A radiation in the 350-400nm range
-UV-B/UV-A ratio less than 0.1 % (UV-B 280-315nm)
-100% lead-free
-Low mercury content
-Wide power range

Applications
-Insect traps, Electronic Fly Killers (EFKs)

Philips Actinic BL TL-d 30W-10 uv-a G13 8727900804164 928025401029

 
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DimmableNo
Base/SockelG13
Wattage - watt (W)30
Light color code10
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)30
Lifetime - hours (h)13000
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)25
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