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    9A19/LED/850/ND SSDL 120V 6/1
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    9A19/LED/850/ND SSDL 120V 6/1

    9A19/LED/850/ND SSDL 120V 6/1

    Order code: 464973

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General Information
Cap-Base
E26  [ Single Contact Medium Screw]
Nominal Lifetime (Nom)
15000 h
Switching Cycle
100000X
Technical Type Setting(s)
9/3/1-60 W
Light Technical
Color Code
850  [ CCT of 5000K]
Beam Angle (Nom)
300 °
Luminous Flux Setting(s)
800 / 320 / 80 lm
Luminous Flux (Rated) Setting(s)
800 / 320 / 80 lm
Color Designation
Daylight
Correlated Color Temperature (Nom)
5000 K
Luminous Efficacy (rated) (Nom)
88 lm/W
Color Consistency
<6
Color Rendering Index (Nom)
80
LLMF At End Of Nominal Lifetime (Nom)
70 %
Operating and Electrical
Input Frequency
50 to 60 Hz
Power (Rated) Setting(s)
9/3/1 W
Lamp Current (Nom)
130 mA
Wattage Equivalent
60 W
Starting Time (Nom)
0.5 s
Warm Up Time to 60% Light (Nom)
0.5 s
Power Factor (Nom)
0.6
Voltage (Nom)
120 V
Temperature
T-Case Maximum (Nom)
80 °C
Controls and Dimming
Dimmable
No
Mechanical and Housing
Bulb Finish
Frosted (FR)
Approval and Application
Suitable For Accent Lighting
No
Product Data
Order product name
9A19/LED/850/ND SSDL 120V
EAN/UPC - Product
046677464974
Order code
464973
Numerator - Quantity Per Pack
1
Numerator - Packs per outer box
6
Material Nr. (12NC)
929001261404
Net Weight (Piece)
0.084 kg
Installation Diagrams
E26 A19
E26 A19
Photometrics
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SceneSwitch Bulb 60W A19 800lm 5000K 120V ND
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