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MasterColor CDM ED28 Elite

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MasterColor CDM ED28 Elite

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      Philips MasterColor Ceramic Metal Halide Pulse Start ED28 Lamps are a better value than quartz metal halide, with longer life, higher lumen maintenance, and energy efficiency.


      Easy upgrade to better white light just by changing your bulb
      Improved lifetime maintenance increases time between re-lamping
      Improved lumen maintenance increases time between re-lamping
      Reduced spend on energy


      Better quality white light in a familiar ED28 bulb shape with a mogul base
      Better rated average life of up to 20,000 hours
      4000K color temperature
      Better lumen maintenance than quartz metal halide
      Better energy efficiency


      Ideal for downtown areas, colleges and universities where visibility and quality of light are important.

      Warning & Safety

      R "WARNING: These lamps can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from short wave ultraviolet radiation if outer envelope of the lamp is broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety precautions are used. Certain lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available." This lamp complies with FDA radiation performance standard 21 CFR subchapter J. (USA:21 CFR 1040.30 Canada: SOR/DORS/80-381)
      Lamp contains mercury. Manage in Accord with Disposal Laws. See: or 1-800-555-0050
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