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      Low-pressure high-output mercury discharge lamps with a tubular 16 mm envelope

      Benefits

      Compact lamp with high lumen package
      Longer lifetime and fewer early failures mean lower maintenance costs and facilitate change from spot to group replacement
      Less waste and disposal cost at end-of-life
      Allow system miniaturization with maximum luminaire design freedom
      Optimized for installations which need high luminous flux
      Excellent lumen maintenance
      Good colour rendering

      Features

      Significant reduction of early failures through advanced long life technology
      Extra long lifetime and high reliability
      Designed for high lumen output and system miniaturization (40% thinner than TL-D lamps)
      Highly efficient 3-band fluorescent coating in combination with precoating
      Specifically designed for operation with electronic gear
      Maximum lumen output reached at approx. 35 °C in free-burning position
      Can be ignited from -15 ° to +50 °C
      Low mercury dose
      End-cap has an x-shaped green bottom plate to distinguish the lamp from other fluorescent lamps

      System

      Can be used with TL5 electronic gear
      Longest lifetime is achieved with Philips HF Xtreme gear

      Applications

      Where maintenance costs are high, e.g. high ceilings or other hard-to-reach locations
      Department stores, supermarkets, warehouses, production halls and public areas like car parks and railway stations

      Warning & Safety

      Philips HF Xtreme gear ensures longest lifetime.
      To achieve lifetimes as published for 100% operation, dimming below 30% should not be applied.
      A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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