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4FT LED T8 Tube - Ballast Bypass - Type B Installation - Frosted Lens - 18W

Model No. : PLED-T8DS18W5K-F-20P
$94.81

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Color Temperature:
3000K (Soft White)
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Product Description

The Parmida LED Technologies™ 4FT LED Direct Wire Type B T8 tube can be installed by a simple bypass of the ballast. This tube can be installed with a single-ended or double-ended connection and it can install directly into your fixture’s original shunted sockets (tombstones), eliminating the need to retrofit your fixture with non-shunted sockets. This tube is constructed with a shatterproof film sleeve to protect its glass housing, making it suitable for use in applications that require shatterproof lighting. UL-Listed and DLC-Certified.

    Specifications

    • Wattage: 18W
    • Lumens: 2200lm
    • Voltage: 120-277V AC
    • Equivalent: 40W
    • Certifications: UL-Listed & DLC-Certified
    • Beam Angle: 300°
    • Dimmable: No
    • Material: Glass with Shatterproof film
    • CRI: >80
    • LED Driver Type: Integrated Driver
    • Base Type: G13
    • Life: 45,000+ hours
    • Efficiency: 55%

    Features

    • Ballast Bypass Installation: These tubes can be installed by a simple bypass of the ballast. Bypassing the ballast during initial tube replacement will save you both time and money as ballasts inevitably fail over time and will require replacement. Ballasts also consume electrical power and by bypassing them you will save even more on your energy bill. UL-Listed for installation with either a single or dual-ended connection.
    • Keep Original Shunted Tombstones: This tube installs directly into your fixture’s original shunted sockets (tombstones), which means you will not need to retrofit your fixture with non-shunted sockets.
    • Shatterproof: These T8’s are designed with a frosted shatterproof film protected glass housing which allows for safe installation in fixtures, with or without wire guards.
    • 5 Year Unlimited Warranty: Parmida LED Technologies' 5 year warranty and 24/7 USA customer service team provides you with ease of mind.
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    4' LED T8 Tube Light

    FROSTED LENS

    The Parmida LED Technologies™ 4FT LED Direct Wire Type B T8 tube can be installed by a simple bypass of the ballast. This tube can be installed with a single-ended or dual-ended connection.

    4FT LED T8 Tube Light
    Shatterproof

    Shatterproof

    These T8’s are designed with a frosted shatterproof housing which allows for safe installation in fixtures, with or without wire guards.

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    Product Specifications

    Durable Material

    PC Film Protected Glass Lens

    DOUBLE PIN G13 BASE

    Frosted Tube Frosted Tube

    Single or Dual-End Powered

    BALLAST BYPASS INSTALLATION

    These tubes can be installed with a single-ended or dual-ended connection and it can install directly into your fixture’s original shunted sockets (tombstones), eliminating the need to retrofit your fixture with non-shunted sockets.


    Installation

    DUAL-ENDED INSTALLATION


    SINGLE-ENDED INSTALLATION


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    Customer Reviews

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    Joseph S. (Saint Francis, US)
    Brighten you Day

    Great product, easy bypass retrofit and good color temperature. All these benefits and energy savings with a quick payback period.

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    Steve M (Leesville, US)
    Just remove the ballast!

    Ballast are expensive, and sooner or later, they will fail. Then you will have to take the fixture apart, so, you might as well do this from the start! Then, when a bulb goes out, no trying to figure out if its the bulb or ballast.

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    Russell Wolfe (Hollywood, US)

    works great so far