Philips Downlighter Spot energy saving bulb 871150079798811

Philips Downlighter
Spot energy saving bulb
Warm White E27 cap
Energy saving in a spot
Save money in all directional lighting
Philips down lighters provide you the solution for reducing your energy bill. Long running
lamps in directional lighting really make the difference in energy saving.
Fluorescent directional light source
• Replaces your reflector lamp
Saves up to 80% energy and saves money
• Saves money and energy up to 80%
Spot energy saving bulb
8 W Warm White E27 cap
Technical specifications
Starting time: 0,2 s
Power factor: 0,6
Mercury content: 1,5 mg
Lifetime of lamp: 6 year(s)
Rated lifetime: 6 year(s)
Rated power: 8 W
Wattage: 8 W
Wattage equivalent: 40 W
Lamp current: 60 mA
Lamp dimension (width): 62 mm
Color rendering index (CRI): 82
Lamp dimension (height): 116 mm
Lumen: 280
Rated luminous flux: 280 lm
Color temperature: 2700 K
Number of switch cycles: 5000
Lifetime of lamp: 6000 hour(s)
• Rated lifetime: 6000 hour(s)
• Lumen maintenance factor: 0.65 (at the end of the
nominal lifetime) %
• Voltage: 220-240 V
• Warm up time 60% light output: 5 - 30 s
• Energy efficiency label: A
• Fitting/Cap: E27
• Dimmable: No
• Shape: Spot
• Color: Warm White
• Light effect / finish: White
• Wattage standard bulb: 40 W
Replaces your reflector lamp
Saves money & energy up to 80%
This bulb saves money and up to 80% energy
compared to your standard bulb. It pays for itself and
saves you money year after year. So reduce your
energy bill and start saving Now.
Cleaning by breakage/disposal
• Cleaning: Follow the advice for proper clean up*
• Disposal: Follow the instruction for disposal as
special waste**
Issue date 2013-02-01
© 2013 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All Rights reserved.
Version: 1.0.1
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Electronics N.V. or their respective owners.
12 NC: 9296 898 53104
EAN: 87 11500 79798 8
Replaces your reflector lamp
* Breaking a lamp is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your
health. If a lamp brakes, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and
remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a closed plastic
bag and offer it to the local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use
a vacuum cleaner.
* * Compact fluorescent lamps have to be treated as special waste,
they must be offered to the local waste facilities for recycling. The
European Lighting Industry has set up an infrastructure, capable of
recycling mercury, other metals, glass, etc.