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22.5-Watt T8 LED Light Bulb 4 ft. Daylight (6500K) Linear

  • Daylight is excellent for concentrating and performing tasks
  • Ideal for use in laundry rooms, kitchens, garages or basements
  • Energy efficient LED lasts roughly 45.7 years (Based on 3 hr/day)
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Product Overview

Get a cool and refreshing environment with the Philips 4 ft. T8 22.5-Watt Daylight (6500K) Linear LED Light Bulb. It's ideal for use in laundry rooms, garages, offices and hospitals, replacing a typical T8 linear fluorescent light bulb. It contains no mercury for easy disposal and uses about 45% less energy than a standard linear fluorescent light bulb.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
1.3
Product Depth (in.)
48
Product Height (in.)
1
Product Length (in.)
48
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
6500
Actual Color Temperature (K)
6500
Average Life (hours)
50000
Bulb Construction
Glass
Bulb Shape
Linear
Bulb Type
Tube
Bulb Type
Household
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
85
Color Temperature
Daylight
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Type
Bi-Pin
Light Bulb Features
No additional features
Light Bulb Shape Code
T8
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
2500
Number of Bulbs Included
1
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (Watts)
22.5
Wattage Equivalence
0 Watts

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes. Please see the "more information" tab for details.

Questions & Answers

5Questions5Answers

when will this bulb be available and can it be bought in larger quantity with a discount?

Asked by lights February 18, 2014
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Answer

Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is scheduled to return to stock in early March with limited inventory. Unfortunately, we do not offer bulk discounts for online orders. However, you may want to visit your local Home Depot PRO desk. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.

I couldn't find it on www.homedepot.ca. Do you ship to Calgary, Alberta in Canada?

Asked by SnowGeese February 9, 2014
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Answer

Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We are unable to ship internationally at this time. We are able to ship to the 48 contiguous states and a limited selection of products can be shipped to Alaska and Hawaii. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.

temp reaction

Asked by cabinetbuilder February 3, 2014
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Answer

Hello, there are no warm-up times for LED bulbs, and they operate up to -4 degrees Fahrenheit.

it says its a 10 pack. is this really a 10 pack of leds for 65 dollars.

Asked by corey January 23, 2014
1
Answer

Hello, and apologies for the confusion. This was mistakenly labeled with a 10-pack sticker, and is indeed only one lamp.

can this bulb be connected direct to ac 100v or does it require a seperate power supply?

Asked by barry September 26, 2013
1
Answer

The unit screws into the existing socket just as with incandescent or CFL bulbs intended for a recessed housing.

Customer Reviews

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Above reviewer comment appears to conflict with installation instructions...
The above reviewer's comment appears to conflict with the maker's installation instructions. In fact NO AC power transformer is needed. The instructions clearly point out how to cut the wires to/from an existing transformer, and then wire the bulb(s) sockets (up to four per fixture) direct to the AC to accommodate the LED bulb(s). I agree the costs of these are notable, and early adopters certainly pay the premium for new technologies. But those who adopt these bulbs will find 1. these bulbs will last many many years and 2. the energy savings would become apparent soon. Aside from the high cost of admission I note these long tubular LED bulbs cannot be dimmed, unlike many LED bulbs that thread into a standard light socket. That said, neither can standard fluorescent bulbs be dimmed - so that is not the end of the world. But that does make me wonder, if we wait another year or two then will Phillps and others make a dimmable LED bulb?
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Way to expensive. Not worth the money.
even though description says ideal replacement for T-8, the bulbs cannot be directly swapped out for T-8 fluorescent bulbs. You have to install a specialty LED driver ballast which basically makes the bulb installation even more than $65 a bulb. Very hard to justify buying these when fluorescence are only a couple dollars a bulb.
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