LED tubes are direct replacement for T8

Published:  05 June, 2014

GE Lighting’s LED T8 range of LED tubes provides a straightforward solution for easy retro-fitting into standard T8 fluorescent luminaires with electro-magnetic ballasts. These tubes are said to offer up to 60% energy savings and a quick return on investment.

Efficacy is up to 111 lm/W, with a maximum light output of 3000 lm. Rated life is 40 000 to 50 000. These tubes can operate in a wide range of ambient temperatures.

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