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        Philips Linear Compact Fluorescent Lamps offer designers, specifiers and end-users new levels of efficiencies and versatility in sizes,configurations and application possibilities. With so many elegant fixtures available to complement their small size, high light output and advanced technology, Philips Energy Advantage lamps are fast becoming the preferred choice when maximum effciency and sleek design solutions are required.

        Benefits

        Compact quad tube design
        Sustainable lighting solution - only 1.4mg of mercury per lamp
        Designed for use with electronic ballasts for lower operating costs and flicker-free starting

        Features

        Enhanced Performance
        Quad Tube Design
        Dimmable
        12,000 Hour Rated Average Life*
        ALTO® Lamp Technology
        Available in: 13,18,26 watts with 2700,3000,3500,and 4100 color temperatures
        * Average life under specified test conditions with lamps turned off and restarted no more frequently than once every 3 operating hours. Lamp life is appreciably longer if lamps are started less frequently.

        Applications

        Ideal for downlights and wall washers in general lighting and wall sconces in decorative lighting

        Warning & Safety

        Lamp contains mercury. Manage in Accord with Disposal Laws. See: www.lamprecycle.org or 1-800-555-0050
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