|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||47.2 x 11.8 x 11.8 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Fluorescent, LED|
JACKYLED® 20W 50W Replacement,22W 70W Replacement Energy Saving LED T8 T10 Tube for 48" 1.2m 4ft Fluorescent Replacement Light Lamp Fixture No Ballast No Uv & Ir Day White Smd Bulb 5500-6000k (22W Day White)
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- LED Quantity:1pc T8 20W or 22W Daylight White 5500-6000k.
- Environmentally friendly.No buzzing ballasts. No mercury or hazardous materials
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- Easy Installation. International standard shape for T8 T10 tube light. Easily fitted instead of traditional fluorescent tube lamps.
- Energy Saving. High Efficient Output (90-120 Lumen Per Watt). Save 80% on electricity bill of lighting comparing with the fluorescent light.
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100% Brand New Quality goods JACKYLED T8 Tube light•Bulb Type: T8 T10 48\" LED tube•Power: 20W(Replace 50W fluorescent tube light.) 22W(Replace 70W fluorescent tube light.)•Emitted Color: Daylight White•Color Temperature:5500K-6000K•Beam Angle: 160 degrees•Luminous Flux: 90-120 Lumen Per Watt•Input Voltage:AC85-265V•Length: 48\"(120CM)•Approvals: CE, RoHSProduct ApplicableAccent lighting. Art Galleries. General Lighting. Hotels. Museums. Offices. Restaurants. Retail.Why Us 1.Our brand JACKYLED products are best-selling.2.Long lifespan. Environmentally-friendly.3.Soft light. Eye protection.4.No UV or IR radiation.5.We have perfect pre-sales service and after-sales service.
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Installed it in 2014.06 at a grocery store running them about 10-12 hours a day. I will later update the review if any bulbs go bad if you guys don't see anything for a while then they are running strong still ^_^
I Installed these 6 months ago and haven’t had any problems at all.
I love these replacement 48” LED tube bulbs. These are much brighter than my original 40 watt, 48" florescent tube lights. I bought 4 to replace the four in my kitchen fixture. They come on instantly and are much brighter. My wife has been teasing me holding her hand over her eyes to shield from the added brightness. She's just teasing and likes the added light they put out.
It does require a small amount of rewiring which I found to be easy to do. I'm no Electrician, but do understand household electricity very well. Basically, you have to eliminate/bypass the original ballast. It is no longer needed. (Follow their instructions). Mine as just for a quick example.
After turning off the breaker to the lights, I cut all of the small wires coming from the ballast to the light fixture ends and unhooked the 110 volt line wires going to the ballast.
Then you wire the (small wire) ends that went to the light ends (Tomstone) directly the incoming 110 volts source. Connect the 110 volt (black wire) to the small wires going to one side of the light fixture and the 110 volt (white wire) to the small wires going to the other side of the light fixture. The incoming 110 volt (bare wire) go to ground on the light fixture if one exists. When using the bulbs in review, it doesn't batter how you orient /install the bulbs.
They do offer a version where both the 110 volt wires go to the same end of the bulbs/fixtures which I later bought for my garage and I like those better. On those, the 110 volt (Black) goes to one prong and 110 volt (White) goes to other prong of bulb. Only one side the those bulbs is active so you have to install the bulbs according to the marked side of the bulb. Wish I would have bought those first so all of mine would have been the same. Since I didn’t, I can not interchange the bulbs from the kitchen to the garage fixtures. Not that I should ever need to, but it may confuse who ever buys my house one day.
To begin someone IS reading and addressing the issues that are expressed in the 103 previous reviews as I have read all the reviews for this product and most if not all items of concern expressed in the listed 103 reviews have been addressed. I am a Prime Member and the product arrived as promised by Amazon (love you Amazon) (shipping box photo attached). Each Bulb is packaged in its own sealed box (photo attached), each tube is sleeved in its own plastic bag, each tube has plastic protectors on both pins on each end of each tube (photo of protectors attached) and each tube has installation instruction wrapped around each tube inside of the plastic bag (pdf attached of installation pages).
We have been in our home for some 15 years. We converted over to CFL lighting through the entire house 4 years ago and although we have saved money on the conversion we still had thing that we were unhappy with regarding CFL Lighting. Two weeks ago one of our BR 30 CFL lamps in our hall burned out. I replaced it with a BR 30 LED. It took 2 minutes for my wife and I to decide to convert the entire house over to LED in January.
In addition to BR40, BR30, R20, G25, and A19 we have five 4 foot florescent fixtures with 4 tubes in each fixture in our home. These started life as T10 40W tubes with mechanical starters and soft white bulbs. They were converted almost immediately to T8 38W with electronic ballasts and 5000K tubes. Low and behold just this week one of the tubes in the garage started to flicker. Generally when this happens I run down to HD/Lowes and buy 4 tubes and replace all the tubes in that fixture. This time we decided, as we are going to convert to LED's through the entire house in less than a month, let's do this one florescent fixture in LED and see what it would be like. After a day and a half of research we placed our order for the above mentioned tubes.
I am fairly handy around the house. Following all normal safety recommendations for working on electrical devices, I removed the electronic ballasts, rewired the tombstones, installed the tubes and turned on the new LED lighting (per the enclosed directions) . It took longer to put together my required tools and 6 foot step ladder then it did to do the changeover (less than 10 minutes).
The testimony is that the other florescent fixtures are going to be converted with the rest of the house to LEDs in less than a month. These tubes are slightly whiter than 5000K and for us that is OK, instant on, no flicker and more lite (70W rating rather than 38W rating) all while reducing power requirements by 10 watts per tube. These are more directional then florescent tubes, however it was mentioned in one review that the reviewer rotated the outside tubes slightly towards the outside of the fixture and this dispersed the directional tendencies of the fixture with the newly installed LED tubes (It worked for me as well).
The last thing is longevity and should I find a problem with the life of these tubes I will post it here.
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AND they light up even when it is cold in the room, unlike the fluorescents.