T8 4ft LED Glass Tubes - 1700 Lumens - 18W-50W Equal - 4000K - 120V - 277V - Hybrid
The 4ft LED Tube of 18W as Frosted glass tube is quite an energy-efficient lighting fixture when compared with standard T8, T10 or T12 fluorescent tubes. With an ultra-wide beam angle of 220°, the light beam can cover huge spaces and provide for general purpose lighting. This product allows for bypassing of the ballast to eliminate any extra power consumption. The product does not require any complex wiring and is thus easy to install. Bypass the ballast before installing the tube Being UL listed, the product is safe for use. You have 3 years of hassle-free warranty on this product
- Wattage: 18Watt
- Lumens: 1700
- Color Temperature: 4000K
- Type: Glass
- Trim: Frosted
- Size: 4ft
- CRI: ≥80
- Beam Angle: 220°
- Dimmable: No
- Hybrid (Ballast Bypass)
- cULus Listed
- Warranty: 3 years
This LED tube requires a ballast bypass and they need to be directly wired into the socket for line voltage. For ‘direct wiring’ of this LED tube, you can either remove the ballast or bypass the ballast. And, you must make sure that you remove the shunted sockets, in case you don’t have the non-shunted sockets as the T8 LED tubes can only work with non-shunted sockets. The best thing about ballast bypass LED tubes is that you don’t need to worry about any failure of the ballast and hence there is neither the hassle of maintenance or replacement every time the ballast fails nor any costs to incur.
Whether it’s 2ft, 4ft or 8ft LED tube, one of the jaw-dropping features of LED tubes is that they don’t flicker unlike what you would have definitely observed in case of fluorescent tubes. The LED tubes start instantly and once they start, they don’t flicker and produce a humming sound.
The LED tubes accept 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
The LED tubes will require low or no maintenance if you are going for a ballast bypass option of LED tube installation. Though not very frequent, you may have to replace the ballasts once in the total lifetime of LED tubes, if you are going for ballast compatibility option and hence you will have to bear with slightly higher maintenance costs when choosing the former option.
>50,000 Life Hours
The lifespan of LED tubes is no less than 50,000 hours or 5.7 years if the tubes are operated upon for 24 hours a day. Can last longer, if the tubes are kept ON for only 12 hours a day.
The CRI is greater than 80 for LED tubes, whatever object comes in the light distribution range appears to be real and natural up to 80% extent on a CRI scale of 1-100 and as it would have appeared in the natural light.
220 Degree Beam Angle
The 220 degrees or ultra wide beam angle is made use of when large areas need to be covered. All our LED tubes whether clear or frosted have a 220-degree beam angle.
The LED tubes can save energy up to 75% in extreme contrast with fluorescent tubes that consume a lot of energy to bring you a higher energy bill. We highly recommend going for our LED tubes that are an excellent combo of lumen brightness and energy-savings.
Aluminium Heat Sink
The LED tubes have a big heat sink made of aluminum and that’s a pretty good reason as to why the LED tubes don’t warm up too soon to be inconsistent operation. This is in extreme contrast with the fluorescent tubes that warmed up too soon and required cooling down to operate efficiently.
Embedded inside the LED tube is a high-quality standalone chip -- SMD LED -- made from any number of chips to ensure high performance and reliability.
|Beam Angle:||>220° Beam Angle|
|Certifications:||UL cUL Listed, ROHS|
|Color Temperature (Kelvin):||4000 Kelvin|
|LED Type:||SMD LEDs|
|MPN (Part No.):||TB017|
|Color Rendering Index(CRI):||>80 CRI|
|Fixture Color:||Cool White|
|IP Rating:||IP20 Rated|
|Life Hours:||30,000 Hours|
|Metal Halide Equal:||50 Watt Replacement|
|Operating Temprature:||-4°F To 113°F|
|Safety Rating:||UL cUL Listed, ROHS|
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