Lamp sizes Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
Environmental aspects Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
The mercury content of the PHILIPS HPI lamps is 27 to 67 mg.
Lumen maintenance Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40 With vertical failure percentage (under Lumen maintenance) and horizontal burning hours.
Lamp base E40 of the Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
Lamp and lamp base temperatures of the
Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
Below the maximum permitted temperatures of the lamp, 350 degrees Celsius in a fixture.
Defective Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40 lamp is difficult to recognize. Often this HPI lamp goes out and remains this for a few minutes, and then starts up again. It is then time to replace the lamp. Usually, some discoloration and or weakening in the light can be seen before.
Application Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
- Can be used on various control gear (HPI -SON)
• Road lighting, railway marshalling yards and crossings, airports, ports and docks, quarries, forges and rolling mills safety lighting
• Decorative floodlighting
• Industrial, commercial and retail lighting
• Road and residential lighting
• Industrial area lighting
• Accommodations for recreational sports, indoor and outdoor
• Decorative spotlight lighting, monument lighting
Benefits Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
- Excellent lumen maintenance and long life guarantee optimum illuminance and minimum maintenance costs
- Good color rendering creates a pleasant light environment with high visual comfort
- Excellent color stability ensures uniform colors throughout life, thanks to 3-band technology
Features Philips MASTER HPI Plus 250W/645 BU E40
- Clear tubular outer balloon
- High luminous efficiency initially and throughout the lifetime
- Color point in the black body gives a natural white color
- Can be used in horizontal burn position +/-20° to minimize color differences typical of metal halide lamps
Warnings and Safety
this Philips HPI lamp should always be used in closed fixtures (unless the P=protected version with extra Teflon coating) because the hard glass outer bulb can sometimes break at the end of its life! This can be dangerous when hot parts (up to 600 degrees Celsius) can fall down.