The energy-efficient replacement for the MASTER TL-D SUPER 80 .
10% energy saving in combination with conventional ballast.
This Philips Master TL-D eco TL tube has a very good light quality. Please note that this lamp should not be used in refrigerators because it has an operating temperature of >20 degrees Celsius.
MASTER TL-D Super 80 18W ---> MASTER TL-D Eco 16W (2W savings per tube)
MASTER TL-D Super 80 36W ---> MASTER TL-D Eco 32W (4W savings per tube)
MASTER TL-D Super 80 58W ---> MASTER TL-D Eco 51W (7W savings per tube)
Lifetime of the Philips Master TL-D Eco is approximately 20,000 hours with a conventional ballast and 17,000 hours with an electronic ballast. If you use active extraction, the light output decreases. Color rendering Ra >80. Lifetime tables can be seen under 'more info'. This fluorescent lamp with G13 lamp base is dimmable on the right ballast. The PHILIPS MASTER TL-D ECO is interchangeable with the other Super 80 lamps. Approx. 75 - 90 Lumen/Watt depending on Wattage.
Applications Philips TL-D ECO 51W/830 lamp
• For use in indoor applications with room temperatures higher than 20 °C (meaning that the temperature around the lamp is more than 25-35 °C)
Primarily aimed at offices, schools and hospitals; secondary to retail, industry, supermarkets
• Not recommended under the following conditions:
- with air flow around the lamps - in luminaires with active air treatment (lamp temperature does not reach the required 25-35 °C, but only the room temperature) - in open luminaires/beams that hang close to air conditioning outlets or in cold air currents.
- in spaces above freezers (the temperature can easily drop below 20 °C) - in combination with VRUs (Voltage Reduction Unit - voltage regulator
Advantages Philips TL-D ECO 51W/830
Energy savings of more than 10%
Latest indoor lighting standards
High initial and lifetime efficiency with good lumen maintenance
The lifespan of the PHILIPS MASTER TL-D ECO 51W/830 is 1.5x longer than the standard color TL-D and the light output is 30% higher with the same energy (67 Lm/Watt). Also during this time, the light intensity remains higher than the standard fluorescent lamp. The Philips TL-D has a 50% failure rate at 20,000 hours on HF ballasts, (12,000 hours with standard ballast. This PHILIPS TL-D lamp with G13 lamp base is dimmable with a suitable ballast. Lamp shape T8
Available in the light colours:
827 (Extra warm white, 830 (Warm white), 840 (bright white) and 865 (daylight)
Defective PHILIPS MASTER TL-D ECO 51W/830 lamp is easy to recognize by the black breakdown in the lamp at the end on 1 side! If this is the case on both sides, the ballast is often broken. Usually the lamp slowly starts to give less light from 10,000 to 12,000 hours. It may be wise to replace it in good time due to the risk of the electronic ballast becoming defective. Due to wear of the lamp, it will consume more power, which will load the VSA.
Lamp base information PHILIPS MASTER TL-D ECO 51W/830
|lamp base G13||T8 lamp with G13 lamp base||lamp holder G13|
You can change the PHILIPS MASTER TL-D ECO 51W/830 with 2 pins on each side by turning it out of the socket with a gentle rotation 90 degrees to the left or right. De-energizing the fixture is necessary to allow the lamp to burn, but it is also safer.
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