Fluorescent lamp Standard NL-T8 18W/765/G13 EX

Logistic Data

Article No.31118771
CodeNL-T8 18W/765/G13 EX
Product EAN4008597187711
Customs tariff no.85393110
Box quantitiy (pcs.)25
EAN Box4008597487712
Gross weight of box in kg2.9
Length of box in m0.63
Width of box in m0.15
Height of box in m0.16
Pieces per palette2250
ETIM classEC000108
ETIM class nameFluorescent lamp

Electric Parameters

Lamp nominal wattage18 W
Rated wattage18.0 W
Nominal current (mA)370 mA
Compensation capacitor for 50Hz operation4.5 µF
Energy Consumption kWh/1000h23

Light Application Parameters

Luminous flux1050 lm
Rated lamp luminous flux1050 lm
Luminous efficiency of lamp58.33 lm/W
Radium light colourdaylight
Colour temperature6500 K
Colour rendering index Ra70-79
Colour rendering group70-79 (Klasse 2A)

Service Life

Mean service life13000 h
Info about service life3B50, 50Hz
Lamp survival factor at 2000h0.99
Lamp survival factor at 4000h0.99
Lamp survival factor at 6000h0.99
Lamp survival factor at 8000h0.99
Lamp survival factor at 12000h0.90
Lumen maintenance at 2000h0.95
Lumen maintenance at 4000h0.92
Lumen maintenance at 6000h0.91
Lumen maintenance at 8000h0.90
Lumen maintenance at 12000h0.89
Operation mode for LLMF/LSF50 Hz

Specification

Diameter max.26 mm
Length max.590 mm
Mercury content8.0 mg
BaseG13
Lamp shapeTube, two bases
Colourother

Notes on Operation

Starter / IngnitorStarter; ECG
Ignition assured down to about (°C)-20
Operation with ECG+
Serial connection possible+

Miscellaneous

EU DirectiveTIM
EU-date of phase-out13.04.2010
ILCOS nameFD-18/765-E-G13-26
LBS nameT26 18W/765 G13
Notes: T8 Standard fluorescent lamp, no CE-marking for newly made product after Apr 13th 2010
Please, refer to www.radium.de/recycling for notes on disposal of burned-out lamps as well as lamp breakage.
The field 'info about service life' contains the frame conditions according to standards based on which the specific service life has been determined. So, for example, "12B50, 50Hz" means that the mean service life (B50) has been determined with a 12h switching cycle at mains (frequency 50Hz), "3B50, HF" is based on a 3h switching cycle at electronic control gear (high frequency).

Base

    G13
    IEC/EN 60061-1
    sheet 7004-51-8

Spectrum

  • Natural daylight is a mixture of direct sunlight and the light of the sky. Therefore, its spectral composition changes permanently due to the changing time of day. The standardised light classification D65 corresponds to a daylight with a colour temperature of approximately 6500 K.
    Every fluorescent lamp type has got an individual spectral power distribution according to its phosphor coating inside the bulb. From this result important properties light colour or colour rendering.
    Visible region from 380 to 780 nm; height of graph corresponding with relative spectral emission (400mW/klm) per 10nm.

    light colour 765 cool daylight (10)

    daylight(D 65)

Circuit diagram(s)

    One-lampe ciruit inductive
    Key:
    D = choke
    L. = lamp
    St = starter
    VG = electromagnetic ballast (KVG/VVG)
    P = phase
    N = zero potential
    K = p. f. correction capacitor

    The required control gear (here starter and ballast) for the lamp’s operation is usually mounted in the suitable luminaire in an appropriate electric circuit. Changes of any kind are to be conducted by qualified and specialised staff, only. Thus, this circuit example is to be understood merely as a technical background information for interested users.
    One-lampe ciruit with electronic ballast
    Key:
    VG = ballast electronic (ECG)
    P = phase
    N = zero potential
    Ctrl = Controller, dimmer

    The required control gear (here electronic ballast) for the lamp’s operation is usually mounted in the suitable luminaire in an appropriate electric circuit. Changes of any kind are to be conducted by qualified and specialised staff, only. Thus, this circuit example is to be understood merely as a technical background information for interested users.
  • Circuit with multi electronic ballast
    Key:
    VG = ballast electronic (ECG)
    P = phase
    N = zero potential
    Ctrl = Controller, dimmer

    The required control gear (here electronic ballast) for the lamp’s operation is usually mounted in the suitable luminaire in an appropriate electric circuit. Changes of any kind are to be conducted by qualified and specialised staff, only. Thus, this circuit example is to be understood merely as a technical background information for interested users.
  • Serious connection with conventional (low loss) ballast
    Key:
    D = choke
    L. = lamp
    St = starter
    VG = ballast electromagnetic (KVG/VVG)
    P = phase
    N = zero potential
    K = p. f. correction capacitor

    The required control gear (here starter and ballast) for the lamp’s operation is usually mounted in the suitable luminaire in an appropriate electric circuit. Changes of any kind are to be conducted by qualified and specialised staff, only. Thus, this circuit example is to be understood merely as a technical background information for interested users.
  • Three phase current connection
    Key:
    D = choke
    L. = lamp
    St = starter
    VG = ballast electromagnetic (KVG/VVG)
    P = phase
    N = zero potential
    K = p. f. correction capacitor

    The required control gear (here starter and ballast) for the lamp’s operation is usually mounted in the suitable luminaire in an appropriate electric circuit. Changes of any kind are to be conducted by qualified and specialised staff, only. Thus, this circuit example is to be understood merely as a technical background information for interested users.

Special features

    Please, dump as special waste, no ordinary household waste!
    This Lamp is destined for export into countries outside EU, as it does not comply with European directives regarding energy efficiency.

General notes

  • The technical design data in accordance with DIN and IEC. The producer does not take any responsibility for damage to persons or property in case of unsuitable operation or handling of the product. Operating data and dimensions are valid within the usual tolerances. Related lamp types (different bases, mains voltages) may be available on request. Sale and delivery are effected in accordance with the Radium Terms of Delivery and Payment valid on the day of conclusion of contract. Packing units offer economical advantages to the purchase and logistic department. Please match your quantity volume accordingly. For orders of a minimum quantity (clefts) with a lamp model the amount lower than the volume of each packaging unit, we will invoice 10 % additional charge per lamp type. Technical changes and terms of delivery are reserved. Manipulation of any kind to packaging or product is not permissible as this will violate Radium brand rights. Furthermore, technical properties of the product can change to its disadvantage or even destruction. Therefore, Radium cannot be responsible for consequential damages.
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