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        New-generation ceramic metal-halide tubular lamps used in outdoor applications, offering efficient and pleasant white light


        Attractive white-light alternative to current standard mercury-vapor, HPS and ceramic solutions
        Offering easy access to low-cost high-performance new system with existing standard components
        Best combination of low investment and high energy savings (up to 65%), resulting in very low cost of ownership


        Highly efficient white light; extremely high system efficacy
        Long reliable lifetime; new Xtra range offering service life of up to 6 years ( > 30kh average life)
        Unique new burner design in combination with glass outer bulb and Edison lamp base offering easy fit into existing HPS / SON luminaire platform
        Designed for electronic gear platforms including all control features and dimming options offering flexible light levels and reduced energy consumption


        Street lighting and area lighting, urban and residential areas and city centers; for functional lighting and city beautification

        Warning & Safety

        Use only in a totally enclosed luminaire, even during testing (IEC 61167, IEC 62035, IEC 60598)
        The luminaire must be able to contain hot lamp parts if the lamp ruptures
        Use only with suitable electronic control gear
        Control gear must include end-of-life protection (IEC 61167, IEC 62035)
        E27 lamp holders and other parts in luminaires should be designed to withstand the ignition voltage of the electronic control gear (rated at 5 kV ignition pulse)
        A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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