TCP TCP 46120 70-Watt Universal Burning Position Pulse Plus Metal Halide Lamp

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70 watt - ED17 - Medium Screw (E26) Base - 4,000K - Clear - Pulse Start | TCP Metal Halide HID Light Bulb

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Bulbrite's Metal Halide light bulbs are manufactured to be a perfect light source for high light output and long life.· Long ...Life (7,500 hours)· Perfect for commercial, industrial, security and outdoor lighting applications· For use in open or enclosed fixtures· Pulse Start: Quicker Start/Restrike, Improved Lumen Maintenance, & Increased Efficacy· MOL: 5.42857142857143· Length (in): 2.25· Height (in): 5.75· Width (in): 2.25· Weight (lbs): 0.31· Lamp Type: Metal Halide· Color: CLEAR· Color Temperature: 4000K· Dimmable: Non-Dimming· Wattage: 70W· Voltage: 3.57V· Base: E26· Avg Hours: 10000· Lumens: 5300· Equivalency: 70W· CRI: 65· Beam Spread: 360°· Shape: ED17 read more

Designers Edge

Designers Edge L781 Metal Halide Pulse Start Medium Base Lamp, 70-Watt. Metal halide pulse start lamps create an abundant amount o...f light from a relatively small source. Produces 5500 lumens for exceptional light output to your environment. 70-watt Mogul base PSMH bulb ideal for commercial and residential applications. Color temperature of 3200k for a white color. Suitable for Enclosed Fixtures, Universal Burning Position, ANSI code: M98. Intended for use with enclosed fixtures. Medium base is virtually universal and works with most lighting fixtures. High intensity discharge lamps, such as the metal halide bulb, is a source of light from a "point", providing good optical lighting control. Compatible with 130-volt applications. TOLL FREE HOTLINE, 1-800-561-4321. If you have immediate questions about application, installation, troubleshooting, or a damaged component, please call CCI Consumer product hotline at 1-800-561-4321 or email questions to: consumer.service@colemancable.com. The Designers Edge (R) brand is a registered trademark of Coleman Cable Inc. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

Bulbrite

Bulbrite's Metal Halide light bulbs are manufactured to be a perfect light source for high light output and long life.· Long ...Life (7,500 hours)· Perfect for commercial, industrial, security and outdoor lighting applications· For use in enclosed fixtures only· Pulse Start: Quicker Start/Restrike, Improved Lumen Maintenance, & Increased Efficacy· Available for use in enclosed or open fixtures· MOL: 5.4375· Length (in): 2.25· Height (in): 5.75· Width (in): 2.25· Weight (lbs): 0.3· Lamp Type: Metal Halide· Color: CLEAR· Color Temperature: 3900K· Dimmable: Non-Dimming· Wattage: 50W· Voltage: 110V· Base: E26· Avg Hours: 10000· Lumens: 3400· Equivalency: 50W· CRI: 65· Beam Spread: 360°· Shape: ED17 read more

Bulbrite

Bulbrite's Metal Halide light bulbs are manufactured to be a perfect light source for high light output and long life.· Long ...Life (7,500 hours)· Perfect for commercial, industrial, security and outdoor lighting applications· For use in enclosed fixtures only· Universal Burn to ensure this light will work in any application· Available for use in enclosed or open fixtures· MOL: 5.42857142857143· Length (in): 3.5· Height (in): 5.75· Width (in): 3.5· Weight (lbs): 0.319· Lamp Type: Metal Halide· Color: CLEAR· Color Temperature: 4000K· Dimmable: Non-Dimming· Wattage: 175W· Voltage: 7.2V· Base: E26· Avg Hours: 10000· Lumens: 15000· Equivalency: 175W· CRI: 65· Beam Spread: 360°· Shape: ED17 read more

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350 watt - ED37 - Mogul Screw (E39) Base - 4,000K - Clear - Pulse Start | TCP Metal Halide HID Light Bulb

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SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

SATCO Lighting

The operational concept behind HID lamps is very similar to that of fluorescent lamps. Electrodes are positioned at either end of ...a tube, whose chamber is filled with gas and metals such as mercury. An electrical charge passes from one electrode to the other. In fluorescent lamps, this charge creates ultraviolet (UV) light, which converts to visible light once it passes through the phosphors on the tube's interior. In an HID lamp, the electrical arc, gasses and metals are contained in what is known as the arc tub. The arc tube is made from either quartz (used in mercury vapor and metal halide lamps) or transparent ceramic (used in high-pressure sodium lamps because of their high temperature). All arc tubes are housed within a larger outer glass envelope. The biggest difference in HID lamps is the fact that they need a start-up time to reach their full brightness. This usually takes five to ten minutes during which time the lamp will flicker until the metal inside fully vaporizes and the lamp reaches it's full operating temperature. read more

Bulbrite

Bulbrite's Metal Halide light bulbs are manufactured to be a perfect light source for high light output and long life.· Long ...Life (15,000 hours)· Perfect for commercial, industrial, security and outdoor lighting applications· White Light and excellent color· For use in enclosed fixtures only· Available for use in enclosed or open fixtures· MOL: 11.5· Length (in): 4· Height (in): 11.75· Width (in): 4· Weight (lbs): 0.75· Lamp Type: Metal Halide· Color: CLEAR· Color Temperature: 4000K· Dimmable: Non-Dimming· Wattage: 400W· Voltage: N/A· Base: E39· Avg Hours: 20000· Lumens: 40000· Equivalency: 400W· CRI: 65· Beam Spread: 360°· Shape: ED37 read more

Sylvania

Brand SYLVANIA - Wattage 150 Watt - ANSI Code C102/E - Bulb Shape E17 - Base Type Medium E26 - Color Temperature 3800 Kelvin - CRI... 90 - Protected No - Life Hours 20000 - Lumens Initial 14000 - Burn Position Universal - Start Method Pulse Start - read more

Osram Sylvania
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Osram Sylvania Standard Metalarc Metal Halide lamps are an economical choice for a high efficacy, long life, white light source. S...ylavania Standard Metalarc "Metal Halide" lamps are offered in a range of wattages from 175 to 1500 watts. This family of Metal Halide lamps allows for design flexibility with multiple light source solutions to choose from. Lamps with universal operating position allow for a wider range of applications. In addition, METALARC lamps have significantly higher efficacy than mercury vapor or incandescent and considerably better CRI than mercury vapor and high pressure sodium. Key Features & Benefits - Broad range available up to 1500W - Well-balanced white light, available in 3000K and 4000K correlated color temperature - Multiple choices allow design flexibility - Low initial costs - Universal operating position on most types - Lead-free welded base and leadfree glass - Durable mount structure and lamp construction - Available in clear and coated - Good CRI read more

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