LED tubes for replacing fluorescent lamps

Universal's Everline T8 LED tubes are designed as a direct replacement for conventional linear fluorescent lamps and are compatible with most instant-start and programmed-start ballasts.

08/20/2015


Universal's Everline T8 LED tubes are designed as a direct replacement for conventional linear fluorescent lamps and are compatible with most instant-start and programmed-start ballasts. Courtesy: UniversalUniversal's Everline T8 LED Tubes are designed to serve as a direct replacement for conventional linear fluorescent lamps and are compatible with most instant-start and programmed-start ballasts. Light outputs are available from 1,000 lumens for 24-in. lamps to 2,200 lumens for 48-in. lamps; the wide, 240-deg beam helps eliminate dark zones. The lamps have a CRI of 82+ and correlated color temperatures of 3,500K, 4,000K, and 5,000K. The seamless glass design helps resist against discoloration or bowing from aging plastic tubes.

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