LED lamps with retrofit options

The Ultra HE T8 LED lamps are designed to reduce energy consumption and has a dedicated external driver as well as a a kit for retrofit applications.


The Ultra HE T8 LED lamps are designed to reduce energy consumption and has a dedicated external driver as well as a a kit for retrofit applications. Courtesy: OSRAM SylvaniaOSRAM Sylvania's Ultra HE T8 LED lamps are designed to reduce energy consumption while providing 60,000 hours rated life (L70) and also offer a 0 to 10 V dimming option. The Ultra HE T8 LED lamp has a dedicated external driver requiring nonshunted G13 medium bi-pin lamp holders. The HE T8 LED lamps deliver up to 1150 lumens at 10 W for 2-ft lamps and 2450 lumens for 4-ft lamps at 19 W. The T8 LED lamps are available in 3000, 3500, 4100, and and 5000 K color temperatures with a color rendering index of 80. For retrofit applications, lamps and drivers are offered together as 1- or 2-lamp retrofit kits. The Ultra T8 HE retrofit kits are UL classified and DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified.

OSRAM Sylvania


Anonymous , 07/22/14 07:47 AM:

Are the drivers required for the LED conversion, or will the llamps work with existing fluorescent ballasts in a retrofit?
SIVA , AL, India, 07/23/14 09:06 AM:

yet to prove in market,

india represetnative to contact me
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