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15516 – FLE20HT3/2/SW/CD

GE energy smart® spiral® CFL 20 watt T3 spiral 1-pack

• Use original GE's Soft White when you need a light without glare and harsh shadows.

• Saves $44.00 in energy costs*

• Lasts 10 times longer than a 75 watt regular soft white bulb*

• Energy Star Qualified

• Estimated yearly energy costs $2.41 based on 3 hours per day $0.11 per kWh

• Lasts 9.1 years based on 3 hours per day usage

• Save money and save energy with GE energy smart® spiral® CFL bulbs. GE energy smart® bulbs use 75% less energy than standard incandescents, helping you save money on energy. And, because they last 8 times longer than a standard incandescent, you'll replace these bulbs less often. Use general purpose GE energy smart® spiral® CFL bulbs in common household fixtures like table lamps, floor lamps and bare lamp sockets

• T3 spiral shape with medium base for use in table lamps and enclosed fixtures

• $60 in energy savings over the life of the bulb based on 3 hours per day usage

• 75 watt replacement uses only 20 watts

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Energy Star Product
High Color Rendering
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Energy Savings
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Lamp type Compact Fluorescent - Self-Ballasted
Bulb T3
Base Medium Screw (E26)
ENERGY STAR® Qualified Yes
Primary Application Standard; Facilities; Retail Display; Hospitality; Office; Restaurant
Bulb Finish Soft white
Equivalent Wattage (NOM) 75 W
Rated Life (NOM) 8000 hrs
Starting Temperature (MIN) -15 °C(5 °F)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) (NOM) 135 %
Life in Years (NOM) 9
Mercury Content (NOM) 2 mg
Picograms of Mercury (NOM) 233 picograms Hg per mean lumen hour
  • Contains Mercury, For more on clean up and safe disposal visit epa.gov/cfl
  • PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS
    Initial Lumens (NOM) 1200 /1250
    Mean Lumens (NOM) 965
    Nominal Initial Lumens per Watt (NOM) 60
    Color Temperature (NOM) 2700 K
    Color Rendering Index (CRI) (NOM) 82
    ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
    Wattage (NOM) 20.0
    Voltage (NOM) 120.0
    Input Voltage (NOM) 120.0 V
    Estimated Energy Cost per Year (NOM) 2.41
    Input Current (NOM) 0.3 A
    Power Factor (NOM) 0.6
    DIMENSIONS
    Maximum Overall Length (MOL) (NOM) 4.7000 in (119.3 mm)
    Nominal Length (NOM) 4.7000 in (119.3 mm)
    PRODUCT INFORMATION
    Product Code 15516
    Description FLE20HT3/2/SW/CD
    Standard Package BUNDLE
    Standard Package GTIN 30043168155169
    Standard Package Quantity 12
    Sales Unit Unit
    No Of Items Per Sales Unit 1
    No Of Items Per Standard Package 12
    UPC 043168155168

    CAUTIONS & WARNINGS

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    See list of cautions & warnings.

    NOTES

    • Best performance if operated base up and at 77 degrees F (25C) ambient temperature.
    • Fluorescent lamp lumens decline during life
    • Lumens on one piece self ballasted lamp systems are measured base up.
    • Most one piece self ballasted lamps for incandescent sockets and plug-in lamps with screw-in adapters do not work with clip-on shades
    • Use only on 120V 60 Hz circuits. Do not use on dimming circuits, photocells or timers. Do not use in wet locations.

    *Guaranteed to last 5 years based on 4 hours use per day at 120V. Electricity cost savings based on rated life of 8,000 hrs compared to ten 75 watt Soft White incandescent bulbs (rated life 750 hrs). Energy savings based on 10c per kilowatt hour. Reliable starting to 5oF (-15oC). Lamp requires a short warm up period to reach full brightness.

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