Sustainable high-output lamp

Save money and energy with the Energy Advantage 49 W fluorescent lamp from Philips Lighting in T5 high-output (HO) applications. Available in 3000-, 3500-, 4100-, and 5000-K color temperatures, these bulbs are low wattage and low mercury alternatives to 54 W T5HO bulbs. The bulbs feature high-lumen maintenance and a color-rendering index of 82 to 85, and they maximize design flexibility while s...

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer Staff July 1, 2009

Save money and energy with the Energy Advantage 49 W fluorescent lamp from Philips Lighting in T5 high-output (HO) applications. Available in 3000-, 3500-, 4100-, and 5000-K color temperatures, these bulbs are low wattage and low mercury alternatives to 54 W T5HO bulbs. The bulbs feature high-lumen maintenance and a color-rendering index of 82 to 85, and they maximize design flexibility while supporting energy objectives such as U.S. Green Building Council LEED certification.

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