Philips 046677428143 energy-saving lamp

Philips EcoVantage
Linear
150w (200w)*
RSC base
Bright light
046677428143
Energys savings without sacrifice
Bright, efficient task lighting
Philips 150W EcoVantage T3 halogen bulb provides bright light for work and security
fixtures. It contains no mercury and is an energy saving alternative to a 200W standard
incandescent with an estimated yearly energy cost of $18.07**.
Energy efficient
• Reduces energy costs
Bright white light
• Bright alternative to incandescent
Easy to use
• Instant on
046677428143
Linear
150w (200w)* RSC base, Bright light
Specifications
Bulb characteristics
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Highlights
• Color temperature: 2850 K
• Light output: 570 lumen
• Light effect/finish: Clear
Shape: Linear
Type: T3
Base: RSC
Voltage: 120 V
Dimmable
Instant on
Durability
• Average life (at 2.7 hrs/day): 1.5 year(s)
• Lifetime of lamps: 1650 hour(s)
Power consumption
• Wattage: 150 W
• Wattage equivalent: 200 W
Light characteristics
Bulb dimensions
• Height: 4.65 inch
• Width: 0.47 inch
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• Color rendering index (CRI): 100
Just by flipping the switch, your room is at full
brightness. No slow starting or waiting.
Substitute for incandescent
This 40W Ecovantage flood light bulb provides a
bright, white beam of light that is ideal for general
room lighting. It is perfect for indoor recessed ceiling
fixtures.
Reduces energy costs
This EcoVantage bulb saves up to 25% in electricity
costs when compared to a 150W T3, and has an
estimated yearly energy cost of $18.07**.
Issue date 2014-09-12
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All Rights reserved.
Version: 3.2.1
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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or their respective owners.
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* *Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Cost depends on rates and use.
* Compared to a 200 watt standard halogen T3 rated at 3000 lumens,
this 150 watt EcoVantage T3 provides 2850 lumens and saves 25%
energy.
* **1.5 years means rated average life based on engineering testing and
probability analysis where the lamp is used on average 3 hours/day,
7 days a week.