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2 ft. T8 15-Watt Cool White (4100K) Linear Fluorescent Light Bulb

$9.47 /each
(limit 35 per order)

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The ALTO technology that highlights this Philips 15-Watt (15W) T8 Linear Fluorescent Light Bulb minimizes mercury content for enhanced environmental friendliness. The bulb emanates 1,175 lumens of cool white light with a 4100K color temperature for bright illumination and provides up to 7,500 hours of long-lasting use.

  • Brightness: 1,175 lumens
  • Estimated year energy cost: $1.81 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11c/kwh. Costs depend on rates and use.)
  • Life: 6.9 years (Based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light appearance: 4100K (cool white)
  • Energy used: 15 watts
  • Lumens per watt: 78.3
  • For indoor, commercial and residential use
  • Ideal for general purpose applications including bathrooms and kitchens
  • Bi-Pin
  • Contains mercury: yes (for more info on clean-up and safe disposal, visit: epa.gov/cfl)

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Changing the bulb

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The is not like the older fluorescent tubes. How do you remove the expired bulb and replace with a new one?
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Hi Stevve,
These T-8 tubes have a smaller girth as the older T-12 tubes, but their pins are of the same design.
They install exactly the same as all previous two- pin fluorescent tubes; turn the tube 1/4 turn and remove it from the fixture.
T-8 tubes will fit into T-12 fixtures, but they are not compatible and should not be used.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis
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I need to replace F17T8/DX bulbs - approx 23" length (usually quoted as 24"). Can I use the 15 watt? I am unable to locate the 17 watt anywhere.

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Technically, you can operate the F15T8 lamp on the ballast that operates the F17T8 lamp. However, you may see a life decrease on the F15T8 lamp, which is already a much shorter rated average life product (7500 hours versus 24000 hours).
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My fixture currently uses T8, 24 inch, 15 watt bulbs. Are there any issues replacing these 15 watt bulbs with 17 watt bulbs?

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It’s really a question of the ballast but I don’t think there is a ballast that operates both. The F17 lamp may have starting issues on the F15 ballast. Thank you.
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What size is this bulb
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Hello, thank you for your question. This bulb is 24 inches long.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I replace with a LED I was replacing four of these every six months in our 6' x 6' home laundry room at approx $9/bulb = $72/year, for several years. I replaced the fixture with a 15" LED Round Flat Panel that draws 22.5 Watts (as opposed to 4X15 Watts = 60 Watts drawn by these fluorescents). The fluorescents were advertised to have 4x1,175=4700 Lumens, while the LED advertised 1650 Lumens. My luxmeter (a free app by Galactica that runs on my iPhone and whose accuracy I verified by an independent test) showed that the LED fixture had approximately two times the lux value on readings at 4 different locations (4 direct, 4 reflected). The Color Rendering Index of the LED is also much more appropriate for a laundry room. It is my opinion, but I can't prove it, that although the fluorescents may start out at their stated lumen value, they quickly deteriorate. I would enjoy hearing of an experiment on that. I freely admit that my fluorescent fixture may be at fault, although I have no specific reason to believe that. I am not saying that all of these bulbs are all bad; I am just stating my experience and my opinion. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 24 inch Flourescent is hard to find. I checked and called everywhere and found The Home Depot had this T8, 24 inch, 15 watt, T8 Linear Flourescent Bulb. There was only one box of 6 on the shelf, which is what I needed. It gives good light, but I wish it came in "Daylight." Of course, I'm glad I was able to find it to replace the bulbs in the fixture in my bathroom. It was a bargain. Please don't discontinue carrying this bulb. THANKS, HOME DEPOT! June 29, 2012
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