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Case of 25 - 4ft LED T8 Tube - Type A+B - 15W - 2200 Lumens - 3500K 4000K 5000K - LumeGen

Case of 25 - 4ft LED T8 Tube - Type A+B - 15W - 2200 Lumens - 3500K 4000K 5000K - LumeGen
SKU: LEDT84F1000050425
MPN: LG-4T8-15-AB-xxK
BRAND: LumeGen

Sold only in packs of 25 for

$145.83
ea.
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Availability: In Stock
$145.83
Case Qty 1
Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Base Type G13
Beam Angle 240 Degrees
Shape T8
Compatibility Type A+B - Universal / Ballast Bypass/Compatible
Life Hours 50,000 Hours
Light Source LED
Lumens Range 1,500 - 3,000 Lumens
Length 4 ft.
Voltage AC120-277V
Warranty 5 Year
Color 4000K Bright White
Color 5000K Daylight
Approvals and Listings UL Listed
Features Instant On
Features Warranty
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Color 3500K Bright White
Lowest Bulk Price 138.54
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Lumens 2200
Operation Single and Double Ended
Lens Frosted Glass
Brand LumeGen
  • Details

    VOLUME PRICING - SAVE 5% WHEN YOU BUY A PALLET OF 40 CASES OF 25!

    This 4ft LED T8 Universal Tube is a perfect pick for any commercial or residential setting including supermarkets, factories, hotels, conference rooms, schools, and offices. Type A+B (Universal) LED Tubes are the easiest to use and can replace fluorescent lamps with no extra parts required for the retrofit. LED Tubes are more energy efficient and longer lasting than fluorescent tubes and contain no hazardous materials! Made with frosted glass.

    Type A+B tubes have the ability to operate off of the compatible fluorescent ballast and can also operate off line voltage as long as the fluorescent ballast is bypassed. Installation is plug & play with Type A as long as the fluorescent ballast is compatible otherwise, simply rewire the fixture to bypass the ballast for a Type B installation. Wattage when used as Type A installation is 17W (tube + ballast) while wattage when used as Type B installation is 15W (tube only).

    This LED Tube is configured for Double-Ended or Single-Ended Power when used as Type B and can utilize shunted or non-shunted sockets so you won't have to worry about changing lamp holders.

    Notable Specs:

    • Case of 25
    • Type A+B
    • 4ft. Length
    • 15W
    • 32W Fluorescent Tube Equivalent
    • 2200 Lumens
    • Dimmable (Phase-Cut) - requires specific dimmers - see spec sheet for more info
    • Available in 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K Color Temperatures
    • 240° Beam Angle
    • AC120-277V Input Voltage
    • Single & Double Ended Power
    • Frosted Glass lens
    • UL Listed, DLC Standard V5.1
    • DLC QPL ID: 35K: S-DBLYFI | 40K: S-ER4BLA | 50K: S-TBC4IS

    Discover the Benefits of Plug and Play LED Tubes

    Plug and Play LED Tubes are here to stay! They make it easy to replace fluorescent tubes and upgrade your space with bright LED light. Plug and play tubes are easy to install. The process is easy as Step 1, 2, and 3.*

    1. Turn off power to the light being changed before installation using the switch on the breaker panel.
    2. Remove the fluorescent tubes. Remember - Fluorescent tubes contain mercury and should be disposed of properly.
    3. Install the LED tubes and turn the power back on.

    *Please make sure to read the instruction manual of the LED tubes and fixture the tubes are being installed into as the above instructions may not be 100% correct per the specific tubes or product.

    Can you put led tube lights in a fluorescent fixture? Can I replace my fluorescent T8 linear bulbs with LEDs?

    Yes! LED Tubes can be installed into a fluorescent fixture. When tubes are Type A + B. Type A or Type B, it is easy to replace those flickering fluorescents. A brief explanation of Type A and B LED linear tubes is below.

    Type A LED Linear Tubes are often called "plug and play" tubes. This is because they can simply be installed into the existing fixture.

    Type B LED Linear Tubes are often referred to as "ballast bypass." They work with all fluorescent fixtures including ballast-free fixtures. Type B linear tubes power goes directly to the lamp sockets and no longer through the ballast.

    Type A + B can be used with or without a ballast. It is ultimately the buyer's preference what they want to do.

    What does ballast bypass mean? How does ballast bypass work?

    Ballast bypass means when installing the LED linear tube, the fixture's ballast will need to be removed first. The power will then go directly to the lamp sockets and no longer through the ballast. The benefits of ballast bypass LED replacement tubes include lights not being shut down by a ballast failure, no more ballast replacements, and savings on the energy bill because energy is no longer drawing from the ballast.

    This LED tube is DLC Standard 5.1 rated and may be eligible for additional utility rebates in certain areas. Check out our Rebate Assistant tool to find if this product qualifies for you!

    Emergency Drivers: Constant-power emergency drivers with 90-minute run time are available to add on to your LED high bays to increase fire safety and comply with local fire safety codes. Check out our selection of LED emergency drivers.

    Want to learn more about getting our products at wholesale discounts? Buy LightUp LED Products in Bulk by completing the form on our wholesale page.

    Check out all that LightUp has to offer on weekly specials, new products, categories and more on our home page!

  • Warranty Information

VOLUME PRICING - SAVE 5% WHEN YOU BUY A PALLET OF 40 CASES OF 25!

This 4ft LED T8 Universal Tube is a perfect pick for any commercial or residential setting including supermarkets, factories, hotels, conference rooms, schools, and offices. Type A+B (Universal) LED Tubes are the easiest to use and can replace fluorescent lamps with no extra parts required for the retrofit. LED Tubes are more energy efficient and longer lasting than fluorescent tubes and contain no hazardous materials! Made with frosted glass.

Type A+B tubes have the ability to operate off of the compatible fluorescent ballast and can also operate off line voltage as long as the fluorescent ballast is bypassed. Installation is plug & play with Type A as long as the fluorescent ballast is compatible otherwise, simply rewire the fixture to bypass the ballast for a Type B installation. Wattage when used as Type A installation is 17W (tube + ballast) while wattage when used as Type B installation is 15W (tube only).

This LED Tube is configured for Double-Ended or Single-Ended Power when used as Type B and can utilize shunted or non-shunted sockets so you won't have to worry about changing lamp holders.

Notable Specs:

  • Case of 25
  • Type A+B
  • 4ft. Length
  • 15W
  • 32W Fluorescent Tube Equivalent
  • 2200 Lumens
  • Dimmable (Phase-Cut) - requires specific dimmers - see spec sheet for more info
  • Available in 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K Color Temperatures
  • 240° Beam Angle
  • AC120-277V Input Voltage
  • Single & Double Ended Power
  • Frosted Glass lens
  • UL Listed, DLC Standard V5.1
  • DLC QPL ID: 35K: S-DBLYFI | 40K: S-ER4BLA | 50K: S-TBC4IS

Discover the Benefits of Plug and Play LED Tubes

Plug and Play LED Tubes are here to stay! They make it easy to replace fluorescent tubes and upgrade your space with bright LED light. Plug and play tubes are easy to install. The process is easy as Step 1, 2, and 3.*

  1. Turn off power to the light being changed before installation using the switch on the breaker panel.
  2. Remove the fluorescent tubes. Remember - Fluorescent tubes contain mercury and should be disposed of properly.
  3. Install the LED tubes and turn the power back on.

*Please make sure to read the instruction manual of the LED tubes and fixture the tubes are being installed into as the above instructions may not be 100% correct per the specific tubes or product.

Can you put led tube lights in a fluorescent fixture? Can I replace my fluorescent T8 linear bulbs with LEDs?

Yes! LED Tubes can be installed into a fluorescent fixture. When tubes are Type A + B. Type A or Type B, it is easy to replace those flickering fluorescents. A brief explanation of Type A and B LED linear tubes is below.

Type A LED Linear Tubes are often called "plug and play" tubes. This is because they can simply be installed into the existing fixture.

Type B LED Linear Tubes are often referred to as "ballast bypass." They work with all fluorescent fixtures including ballast-free fixtures. Type B linear tubes power goes directly to the lamp sockets and no longer through the ballast.

Type A + B can be used with or without a ballast. It is ultimately the buyer's preference what they want to do.

What does ballast bypass mean? How does ballast bypass work?

Ballast bypass means when installing the LED linear tube, the fixture's ballast will need to be removed first. The power will then go directly to the lamp sockets and no longer through the ballast. The benefits of ballast bypass LED replacement tubes include lights not being shut down by a ballast failure, no more ballast replacements, and savings on the energy bill because energy is no longer drawing from the ballast.

This LED tube is DLC Standard 5.1 rated and may be eligible for additional utility rebates in certain areas. Check out our Rebate Assistant tool to find if this product qualifies for you!

Emergency Drivers: Constant-power emergency drivers with 90-minute run time are available to add on to your LED high bays to increase fire safety and comply with local fire safety codes. Check out our selection of LED emergency drivers.

Want to learn more about getting our products at wholesale discounts? Buy LightUp LED Products in Bulk by completing the form on our wholesale page.

Check out all that LightUp has to offer on weekly specials, new products, categories and more on our home page!



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