Hybrid T8 4ft LED Tube/Bulb - 20W 2800 Lumens 5000K Frosted, Single End/Double End Power, Fluorescent Replacement - Ballast Compatible or Bypass (Check Compatibility List)
T8 LED Tube Lights, 4FT, 20W, 5000K, Frosted Cover, Ballast Compatible, 5-years Warranty
The Ballast compatible LED tube comes in a frosted tube and provides up to 2800 lumens of brightness. With a CCT of 5000K and a CRI up to 80. These Ballast Compatible LED tubes can deliver cool white light with ample brightness. It is an ideal replacement for older power-consuming T8, T10, and T12 fluorescent tubes. Our 20W LED tube light fixture can safely and easily replace a fluorescent tube that consumes 70W. These 20W LED tubes are housed in rugged die-cast aluminum for efficient heat dissipation. For the standard ceiling height, these LED tubes have a beam angle of 180°, emit enough bright light, have a long lifespan of about 50,000 hours, and have a shatterproof coating, unlike the inferior quality fluorescent tubes. One of the best things about LED tubes from LEDMyplace is they are ETL & DLC listed making them safe and hazard-proof for domestic and commercial applications.
Features T8 4ft 20W LED Tube Light
- Available Wattage: 20 Watt
- Available Size: 4ft
- Available Color Temperature: 5000K
- Luminous Efficacy: 130-140 Lm/W
- Lifespan - 50,000 hours
- Ballast Compatible [not compatible with every ballast. please ask for a compatibility list]
- Voltage: 100V - 277V
- cETL, & DLC approved
- 5 years of Manufacturer's Warranty
These LED tube light fixtures work with ballast (i.e. They are ballast compatible). Perfect for replacing already existing traditional lighting fixtures. Easy to install with simple plug-and-play in shunted sockets.
LED Ballast compatible tube lights provide flicker-free illumination till the end of their lifespan. With instant functionality, these lights lose very little energy during start-up ensuring durability.
These LED tubes come with an IP22 rating ensuring protection against dust and water ingress. These tubes are safe to use for indoor lighting in bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, etc.
These LED Plastic Tubes are designed to function and withstand an input voltage of 100V-277V. A waterproof transformer can be used to use these LED tube lights with some other voltage range.
These LED tubes require low or no maintenance. The only cost you may have to incur is the ballasts once in the total lifetime of LED tubes.
With a color rendering index (CRI) > 80, these LED Tube Light Fixtures render the natural or real color of objects to an accuracy of 80% compared to the ideal source i.e. Sun(CRI=100).
Wide Beam Angle:
These lights are designed to give a Wide Beam Angle of about 180 degrees giving broader illumination.
LED Light Fixtures can save you up to 75% on utility bills compared to HID’s. LED light fixtures to provide you with a brilliant combo of high lumens and low-energy consumption making them ideal for ceiling, storage areas, mechanic garages, and fabrication floors, etc.
Aluminum Heat Sink:
With an aluminum heat sink, these lights are built to resist heat while producing optimal lighting. Aluminum being a conductor, can easily and effectively dissipate heat in comparison to other materials.
These LED lights are built with premium quality standalone chips (SMD LED) to provide high performance and reliability.
The LED tubes were one of the first LED lighting products to have become rebate eligible. All our LED tubes are DLC approved to make you eligible for a rebate.
>50,000 Life Hours
The lifespan of LED tubes is no less than 50,000 hours or 5 years if the tubes are operated upon for 24 hours a day.
|Color Rendering Index(CRI):||80 CRI|
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||47.75 x 1.15 x 1.32|
|IP Rating:||IP22 Rated|
|Life Hours:||50,000 Hours|
|Operating Temprature:||-68 To +122 °F|
|Replaces:||70 Watt Replacement|
|Beam Angle:||180° Beam Angle|
|Certifications:||ETL, DLC Listed|
|Color Temperature (Kelvin):||5000 Kelvin|
|Housing:||Aluminum + pc|
|Light Distribution:||130-140 Lm/W|
|MPN (Part No.):||TB026|
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