Forest Lighting T8N250 12W 5000K T8 LED Integrated Lamp, 2 Ft

12W 5000K T8 LED Integrated Lamp, 2 Ft
In stockUSD$17.99 Each
Item Number
FLL-T8N250
Shipping
Usually Ships 1 to 2 Business Days
Manufacturer
Forest Lighting
DLC Listed
UL Certified

Forest Lighting T8N250 Description

Forest Lighting 2 foot, 5000K T8 LED Integrated Lamp is designed to efficiently replace fluorescent, halogen, or low voltage luminaires. High efficiency bulbs are compatible with voltages 100-277 V and they can be surface mounted, are self-supporting, and can be plugged together for continuous lengths of light. Comes with a 5-year warranty. UL listed in US and Canada and DLC listed for utility rebates. Produces a cool white color temperature that is recommended for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications. Made without mercury, no fixture is needed, has a long life, and low maintenance costs. T8 LED integrated lamps connect directly to line voltage and can be used in any interior space. Features direct AC input, diffuse lens, integrated universal driver, and made for use with G5 connectors.

Product Specification

Beam Angle
120
Bulb Type
T8 Tube
Color / Finish
White
Color Temperature
5000K
Connection Type
Plug-In
Cri
80+
Dimmable
No
Efficacy
100 Lm/W
Fixture Type
Linear
Life Hours
50,000
Lumens
1200 Lm
Manufacturers Parts Number
T8N250
Material
Glass
Maximum Voltage
277V
Package Size
Each
Power Type
Hardwired
Tube Length
2 Ft
Warranty
5 Yrs
Wattage
12W
Wattage Equivalent
27W

Manufacturer Description

Forest Lighting T8 LED Integrated Lamps perform efficiently in conditions where low voltage, halogen, or fluorescent luminaires have traditionally been used. Our LED tubes incorporate integral drivers, are self-supporting, and can be surface mounted. Individual units can be plugged together for continuous lengths. Forest T8 LED Integrated Lamps connect directly to line voltage and can be used in any interior space

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