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Helen Lamp GX23 was enhanced to improve magnetic ballast compatibility and reliability as it offers line voltage support where the ballast can be bypassed.

04/21/2016


Helen Lamp GX23 was enhanced to improve magnetic ballast compatibility and reliability as it offers line voltage support where the ballast can be bypassed. Courtesy: Lunera LightingLunera Lighting's 5-W Helen Lamp GX23 was enhanced to improve magnetic ballast compatibility and reliability. It offers line voltage support where the ballast can be bypassed and the lamp can operate directly off of 100 to 305 V 50/60 Hz ac. The two-pin lamp delivers over 500 lumens of usable light and has a color rendering index (CRI) of over 80. It is dry and damp certified and can be used in open or fully enclosed fixtures. The Helen Lamp is available in four color temperature choices including: 2700, 3000, 3500, and 4000 K. The UL1993 Listed and UL1598-C Classified, LED lamps do not contain mercury or other toxic materials.

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