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Crompton 221mm 4W SCC-S15 Double Ended LED Tube

Product Code: 3064

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4W (31W) · SCC-S15 · 221mm Double Ended Tube · Opal · Non-Dimmable · Warm White · 323lm · 30,000 hrs

Crompton 221mm 4W SCC-S15 Double Ended LED Tube

The Crompton double ended tubular LED lamp's opal finish makes it ideal for a range of domestic settings where glare needs to be kept to a minimum, including above bed heads or mirrors, wall hangings and fixtures. A uniform row of SMD LED chips produces a healthy, consistent light within a 320° beam angle, enabling the tube to work effectively in a range of concealed fittings and create accented effects either underneath or inside shelves or cabinets.

LED technology enables each tube to work in the absence of mercury and other harmful materials, whilst only requiring a mere 4W of power to produce a light akin to that of a 31W halogen/incandescent alternative. Such superior efficiency could yield potential savings of up to 85% in terms of energy and replacement costs, especially when paired with the tube's vastly superior 30,000 hour rated lifetime.

Fitting: SCC-S15 Approx. Equivalent: 31W
Power Consumption: 4W Input Power (v): 240
Lumens: 323lm Power Factor:
Useful Lumens: Colour Temperature (k): 2700
Beam Angle: N/A CRI:
Dimmable: No Warm-up Time:
Life Expectancy (hrs): 30,000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 25 x 221
Switching Cycles: Warranty: 4 Years
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