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Case of 25 - T8 LED 4ft Tube - Type B - 18 Watt - 6000K

Case of 25 - T8 LED 4ft Tube - Type B - 18 Watt - 6000K
SKU: LEDT84F1000051730
MPN: JN-T8S-18W-XX
BRAND: Jen Lighting Corp.

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$166.67
Case Qty 1
Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Base Type G13
Shape T8
CRI 80
Life Hours 50,000 Hours
Light Source LED
Lumens per Watt 130 lm/W
Lumens Range 1,500 - 3,000 Lumens
Operation Single and Double Ended
Length 4 ft.
Voltage AC120-277V
Warranty 5 Year
Wattage 18 W
Color 6000K Pure White
Approvals and Listings ETL Listed
Features Instant On
Features Long Life Span
Features Mercury Free
Features Shatter Resistant
Features Warranty
Features Double Ended Power
Features Non-Dimmable
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Beam Angle 120 Degrees
Compatibility Type B - Direct Wire / Ballast Bypass
Operating Temp - Low -20C / -4F
Operating Temp - High 60C / 140F
Lumens 2340
Brand Jen Lighting Corp.
  • Details

    This 4ft LED T8 Direct Wire Tube is a perfect pick for any commercial or residential setting. Type B 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!

    Type B tubes operates off line voltage as long as the fluorescent ballast is bypassed. Simply rewire the fixture to bypass the ballast for a Type B installation.

    This LED Tube is configured for Double-Ended or Single-Ended Power when used as Type B. See below for more information on Single-End Power vs Double-End power.

    This LED tube is non-dimmable!

    What is the difference between Single Ended vs. Double Ended Power?

    Single Ended

    Single Ended Power tubes are LED lamps that have neutral and live pins on the same side.

    If the lamp is being installed as a retrofit into a fluorescent fixture, one of the shunted lampholders (or tombstones)on the fluorescent fixture will need to be replaced with a non-shunted lampholder. Shop Non-Shunted Sockets

    Single Ended lamps installed by Direct Wire application do not need a ballast. If installing as a retrofit in a fluorescent fixture, the ballast will need to be removed and the lampholder replaced.

    Single Ended

    Double Ended

    Doubled Ended Power tubes are LED lamps that have separate live and neutral ends.

    These type of tubes can use both Non-Shunted Sockets and Shunted Sockets.

    Double-Ended

  • Warranty Information

This 4ft LED T8 Direct Wire Tube is a perfect pick for any commercial or residential setting. Type B 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!

Type B tubes operates off line voltage as long as the fluorescent ballast is bypassed. Simply rewire the fixture to bypass the ballast for a Type B installation.

This LED Tube is configured for Double-Ended or Single-Ended Power when used as Type B. See below for more information on Single-End Power vs Double-End power.

This LED tube is non-dimmable!

What is the difference between Single Ended vs. Double Ended Power?

Single Ended

Single Ended Power tubes are LED lamps that have neutral and live pins on the same side.

If the lamp is being installed as a retrofit into a fluorescent fixture, one of the shunted lampholders (or tombstones)on the fluorescent fixture will need to be replaced with a non-shunted lampholder. Shop Non-Shunted Sockets

Single Ended lamps installed by Direct Wire application do not need a ballast. If installing as a retrofit in a fluorescent fixture, the ballast will need to be removed and the lampholder replaced.

Single Ended

Double Ended

Doubled Ended Power tubes are LED lamps that have separate live and neutral ends.

These type of tubes can use both Non-Shunted Sockets and Shunted Sockets.

Double-Ended