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T8 4ft LED Tube/Bulb - 18W 4000K 2300LM AC120-277V, UL Type B, Dimmable, Frosted, G13 Base, Single & Double End Power - Ballast Bypass(1 Pack)

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T8 4ft LED Tube/Bulb - 18W 4000K 2300LM AC120-277V, UL Type B, Dimmable, Frosted, G13 Base, Single & Double End Power - Ballast Bypass(1 Pack)

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4ft LED Ballast Bypass Bulbs, 18W 4000K, Damp or Dry Location Only, For indoor Car Parks, Supermaket, industry, Garage Warehouse Shop Light

Enhance the indoor’s visibility with the most suitable lighting option. The T8 LED tube lights are ideal for illuminating indoor premises. You can use this light in indoor car parks, factories, retail stores, shops, department stores, offices, and other commercial spaces. In addition, these LED tubes are suitable for dry and damp locations. Thus, they are an ideal lighting option for garages, basements, and other moist locations.

Furthermore, the LED tube T8 is available with a 4000K color temperature that will create a visibly suitable lighting atmosphere. These G13 base-type LED bulbs are pretty easy to install. In addition, the light has an 80+ CRI that displays objects in their natural shades. Adding on, this T8 LED tube for car parks is dimmable. So, you can adjust its brightness level depending on the environment where you are using them. Moreover, the lifespan of 50,000 hours makes these T8 LED bulbs ideal for the long run. So, opt for LED tubes and offer illumination with an effective approach.



Dimmable - These T8 LED bulbs are available with a dimmable feature that allows you to adjust their brightness.
Suitable for dry and damp locations - With an IP 20 rating, this T8 LED tub for car parks is simply a perfect lighting solution for dry and damp locations.
80+ CRI - The LED tubes are available with an 80+ color rendering index that promotes better visibility.
4000K CTT - Illuminate the indoors with the perfect T8 LED bulbs that come with 4000K CTT that disperses a cool white illumination.
50,000 hours lifespan - These LED tubes can relentlessly work for 50,000 hours without flickering or dimming their performance.

Ballast Bypass:

This LED tube requires you to either remove the ballast or bypass it. We have prepared a step-by-step guide to help you bypass the ballast to successfully install your LED tube.


Be it T5, T8 or T12 LED tube, one of the amazing features of LED tubes is that they don’t flicker unlike in the case of fluorescent tubes. LED tubes have an instant start and neither they flicker, nor they produce the fluorescent-insignia humming sound.

Voltage Input

This LED tube runs on an input voltage of 120V-277V. You can go for a waterproof transformer in case you don’t have this voltage and wish to convert this voltage range to some other. 

Low Maintenance Cost

This LED tube will require no maintenance if you are going for a ballast bypass option of LED tube installation. However, once in a blue moon you may have to replace the ballast if you so choose to keep the ballast.  


This LED tube has been rated to last for a minimum of 50,000 hours which means that these tubes will last for a minimum of 5.7 years even if used 24 hours of the day. 

CRI >80

Color rendering index is the measure of how accurately the light renders colors. This tube has a CRI of 80 which means that this tube will render colors with an accuracy of 80% when compared to an ideal light source such as daylight. 


Since this tube runs on LED technology this tube converts 95% of the energy consumed into light and only 5% of the electricity is wasted as heat. 


Base Type: G13 Base
Brand: LEDMyplace
Certifications: UL Listed
Dimmable: Yes
Length: 4FT
Light Distribution: FROSTED
MPN (Part No.): TB031
Safety Rating: UL Listed
Voltage: AC 120-277 V
Wattage: 18Watt
Beam Angle: 140° Beam Angle
CCT: 4000 Kelvin
Color Rendering Index(CRI): >80 CRI
IP Rating: IP20
Life Hours: 50,000 HOURS
Lumens: 2300 Lumens
Replaces Fluorescent : 65 W
Warranty: 5 YEARS
Operating Temperature: -20°C - +45°C

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