LED Lamps and Improved Versatility

January 3, 2019

LEDtronics announces its latest generation of LED T8 Tube Lights. The LEDxxT8GD1 series of tube lights are UL-listed and “Dual Mode”, meaning they can be directly retrofitted into existing T8 fixtures with or without ballast bypass. No matter what set up you have with the ballast in your ceiling fixtures, these tubes can adapt to function in your application. 

The tube lights come in a 4-foot length with natural white (4000K) and pure white (5000K) color temperature selections. The 15 watt tube replaces up to 32 watts, while the 18 watt replaces up to 40 watts—an energy savings of up to 50 percent! 

The LED tube lights feature a film-encapsulated frosted glass lens that, if shattered, contains the pieces of glass. This means you won't need to worry about hazardous shards of glass around your facility or work spaces. 

Our competitively-priced LED tube lights are ideal for such applications as offices, schools, hallways, parking structure & garage lighting, coolers & freezers, vending machines, production areas & warehouses, task lighting, workbenches, retail store displays, trains & buses , undercabinet & cabinet lights, light boxes, signage backlighting, cove lighting, concealed accent lighting, edge lighting, and many more. 

The LEDxxT8GD1 series has a voltage range of 120~277VAC, and an extra wide beam of 180 degrees. The tubes have even lighting, no buzzing or flickering, and no halation, with lumen maintenance over 70 percent at over 50,000 hours. 

The LEDtronics UL-listed LED T8 Tube Lights come with an unconditional 5-year U.S. factory warranty. They are available through LEDtronics distributors, and quantity discounts are available. Other product variations are available for qualified volume orders.
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