T5 energy-saving lamp

Published:  03 June, 2013

Havells-Sylvania ,T5 lamp, lighting

The T5 Ecoline fluorescent tube form Havells-Sylvania uses 10% less energy than comparative T5 lamps with no loss of light output. With a life of 24 000 h, payback is less than a year. These lamps are compatible with high-frequency control gear.

T5 Ecoline is a direct-replacement for many T5 formats and is available in 830 and 840 colours.

Life is 24 000 h on 3 h switching cycles and 29 000 h on 12 h switching cycles.

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