SYLVANIA LYNX CFD 26W 840 252008
The Lynx CFD comprises of two U shaped tubes and a 2 pin base which incorporates the starter and capacitor. Featuring excellent colour rendering - Ra85/Class 1B, the CFD range is for use with magnetic ballast and uses considerably less power and last up to 10 times longer than incandescent lamps.
- Two U shaped tubes and a 2 pin base which incorporates the starter and capacitor
- Colour Rendering Index (CRI): Ra 80-89/Class 1B
- For use with magnetic ballast
- Uses considerably less power and last up to 10 times longer than incandescent lamps
- Average Rated Life: 15,000 hours
|Dimensions||L147 X D35|
|Colour Temp (K)||4000|
|CRI||Ra 80-89/Class 1B|
L147 X D35
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