Ubiquity™ LED T8 CCT3 Universal (13W)
LED T8 CCT3 Universal Lamps
Ubiquity™ LED T8 CCT3 Universal lamps offer an instant energy-saving solution for F32T8 fluorescent lamps. These Ushio LED T8 lamps have a hybrid design capable of ballast compatible or direct-wire operation. These lamps utilize the existing electronic ballast, saving labor and maintenance costs. If the ballast is not compatible or has reached the end of its useful life, simply bypass the ballast. It’s easy and energy efficient!
Ubiquity LED T8 CCT3 Universal lamps are available in 13W and can switch from 3500K/4000K/5000K color temperatures on the end cap. Ushio America is proud to stand behind these 50,000 hour rated life LED lamps with a 5-year limited warranty. Use these dual purpose lamps to reduce the number of SKUs in your inventory today.
Features & Benefits
- Both Ballast Compatible Mode and Bypass Mode, Two Functions in One Lamp
- Adjustable Color Temp Switch on Lamp Which Changes From 3500K/4000K/5000K
- For Bypass Mode, can Work in Both Single-Ended and Double-Ended, Shunted and Non-Shunted Socket
- Can be Used With Step Down Transformer for 480V to 120V & 277V
- Can Protect the Lamp From Being Impacted by Some Ballasts
- Beam Angle – 220° for Glass Powder Coated, 160° for Glass With PET
- UL & UL Classified, DLC 5.1, 5-Year Limited Warranty – 50,000 Hours Rated Life Reduce Maintenance
- Fluorescent Troffers
- Office Lighting
- Warehouse Facilities
- Fluorescent Low Bay & High Bay
- Retail Lighting
- Healthcare Facilities
- School Lighting
- Industrial Shop Lighting
Click item code buttons to view detailed data specs. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
|3000731||13||UBIQUITY LED T8 UNIV CCT3, 48”|
Sold in case quantity of 25 only.
DLC® QPL LISTED
- Lumen data is based on system LM-79 tests.
- Hours rated life based on 70% lumen maintenance. LM-80 data available.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: These products can expose you to Phthalates, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov