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Halogen Lamp - Philips - Facility Management Product Release
Halogen Energy Advantage lamps deliver crisp, bright light, long life, and 30 to 38 percent energy savings over traditional incandescent technology, according to the company.
Available in 40-Watt, 50-Watt, and 70-Watt traditional shapes as well as a 40-Watt flood light model, these lamps offer a rated average life of 3,000 hours and deliver the same light output as their higher-wattage incandescent equivalents. For example, the 70-Watt Halogen model offers the equivalent light output of a 100-Watt A-19 incandescent lamp. The Halogen BR30 model offers the equivalent light output of a 65-Watt incandescent BR30 flood lamp.
The bulbs feature instant light and are fully dimmable. The bulbs are also mercury free.
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