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        Philips Energy Advantage T8 lamps offer high energy savings without sacrificing performance.

        Benefits

        Operates on any Instant Start and Programmed Start Ballast‡
        Reduce maintenance costs by extending the relamping cycle
        Reduced impact on the environment without sacrificing performance
        ‡ Starting voltage should be equal to or greater than 550V.These lamps are not recommended for use where the temperature in fixture is below 70ºF. Striations may occur where air movement is present in fixture. For best operation, use ballast with anti-striation circuitry.

        Features

        Save 7 watts and nearly $26 in energy costs over the life of the lamp when comparing the Energy Advantage T8 25W XEW to a standard T8 32W lamp**
        Available in multiple wattages: 25W, 28W and 30W
        Available in multiple color temperatures: 3000K, 3500K, 4100K, 5000K
        ** Based on wattage savings (7W) x rated average life (38,000 hours) x kWh rate ($ .10).

        Applications

        Ideal for applications requiring maximum energy savings.

        Warning & Safety

        In order to ensure the integrity of the coating, it is strongly recommended to replace Secura lamps before or at the moment the specified lamp life (50% failures @ 3 hrs switching cycle) is reached.
        Lamp contains mercury. Manage in Accord with Disposal Laws. See: www.lamprecycle.org or 1-800-555-0050
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