4FT 18W LED GLASS TUBE LIGHT
While glass LED tubes have slowly been penetrating the market, there are many options in the market, what will you choose and why will you choose the JUNON 4ft 18W LED glass tube light?
|Power:||18W||Illuminating Angle:||300 Degree|
|Material:||Glass||Quality Standard:||CE, RoHs |
Specifications sheet of 4ft 18W LED glass tube light:
|Ra>80||Ø28*588 mm||White||30 pcs|
|JL-T8012W05A||12W||Ø28*893 mm||30 pcs|
|JL-T8018W05A||18W||Ø28*1198 mm||30 pcs|
|JL-T8028W05A||28W||Ø28*1198 mm||30 pcs|
1. Push up along the slot on the empty fitting (remove ballast if have)
2. Rotate the lamp 90 degrees after pushing
3. Turn on the power switch
1. All products with laser printing logo on the lamp holder, have label in the tube and inner packing;
2. Packing standard: sealed, braided, labeled w/product description, and quantity;
3. Storage requirement: no wet, no dust, fragile, anti-corrosion liquid, avoid direct sunshine and frozen;
4. Storage period: 1year, must be re-inspected(electricity driver) after 1year.
5. Packing standard: Inner packing + outer box (ref. to attached photo).
1.Q: Are there LED replacements for fluorescent tubes?
A: Yes, you can replace fluorescent tubes with LED tubes or LED integrated fixtures. If you aren't ready to replace the fluorescent fixture and just want to replace thebulbs, you can use plug-and-play, direct wire, or hybrid LED tubes.
2.Q: Can I replace a t12 fluorescent light tube with an LED tube?
A : Yes. Prior to 2016, there weren't any LED plug-and-play replacementoptions for T12 lamps from major lighting manufacturers. Now things have changed with a new magnetic ballast-compatible LED tube. Last year, Philips rolled out an Instantfit LED tube that was compatible with old-school magnetic ballasts.
3. Q :Are t5 and t8 bulbs interchangeable?
A: T5 and T8 lamps have different diameters so they are not usually interchangeable. The pin sockets will only line up and complete a circuit in a correctly sized ballast. ... There are a few ballasts which can be rewired for T5 or T8 bulbs. However, you must still choose a fluorescent bulb of the appropriate nominal length.
4. Q : Do LED tube lights need a ballast?
A : Unlike fluorescent tubes, LEDs don't require a ballast to regulate current. When using direct fit LEDs, the ballast is still using energy and eating into your possible energy savings. With a ballast bypass, you are only paying for the energy the LED lights use, which is up to 70% less than traditional bulbs!20
5. Q: Can I replace t8 with LED?
A : Type A LED tubes need an existing T8 electronic ballast to operate. If you have T8electronic ballasts this makes installation very easy. ... However, using an existing ballast is not as efficient as the methods further below as their lifespan is affected due to the ballast needing to be replaced before the LED itself.
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