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Issued October 2009

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DATA SHEET

PHILIPS FLUORESCENT LAMPBased on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

Technical information Lamps

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Colour characteristics of lamps Lamps do not all emit light of the same colour. there is, for example, a striking difference between the pronounced amber light from standard sodium lamps, and the white light from most other lamps. Even then, one white light is not the same as another. to select the proper light source for their colour characteristics, two parameters are important: the colour temperature of the emitted light and the colour rendering.

Four categories, as a practical guideline, are: 2500 - 2800 K. Warm/cosy the colour from incandescent lamps, the fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps in the colours /827 and /927 and the SdW-t White Son lamp. Generally used for intimate and cosy environments where the emphasis is on a peaceful relaxing ambience. 2800 - 3500 K. Warm/neutral

Colour rendering It is often assumed that once a colour temperature has been chosen, the colour impression is determined. this is not the case. the colour impression is not solely determined by the colour temperature of the light source, but also by the colour rendering properties. moreover, colour temperature and colour rendering are completely separate parameters. cool daylight and incandescent lamps have fully natural colour rendering properties. the same is true for halogen lamps. the reason for this is the continuous spectrum of the sources. on the other hand, most gas discharge sources have an interrupted or line spectrum. this has an influence of the quality of their colour rendering properties, which varies from very poor (with SoX low-pressure sodium gas discharge lamps) to excellent (with the colour /90 series fluorescent lamps and mastercolour /942 lamps). In selecting a particular lamp type, a clear understanding of the colour rendering properties is essential. a fair indication is given by the colour

Colour impressionLight colour Colour temperature Daylight Cool white Neutral white Crisp warm white 6000 K 5000 K 4000 K 3000 K Type of lamp or lamp colour /865 /850, /950 HPI Plus, MHN /840, /940, CDM/942, Halogen Low Voltage Halogen, CDM/830,/930, 230 V-Halogen Incandescent, /827/927 Cosy warm white Very warm white 2500 K 2000 K SDW-T SON Comfort SON Plus

Colour temperature the colour of the light has an important influence on the colour impres-sion of the area, the colour temperature of the light source plays an essential role. Light is popularly termed cool or warm. However, to enable an objective comparison of the colour impressions from various sources, subjective impressions such as these are inadequate. a precise scale is required, and this is given by the term correlated colour temperature; the colour gradation of the light is compared with the light emitted by an intensely heated iron bar of which the temperature is known. In this way, the light colour can be specified by a value in Kelvin (K).

the colour from halogen lamps, colour /830 and /930 fluorescent lamps and maStEr colour /830 lamps. used in places where people are active, requiring a welcoming comfortable ambience. 3500 - 5000 K. neutral/cool the light colour from /840 and /940 fluorescent lamps as well as maStEr colour /942 and mHn metal halide lamps. usually applied in commercial areas and offices where a look of cool efficiency is desired. 5000 K and above. daylight daylight and cool daylight. the light colour that best matches natural daylight, such as fluorescent colours /850, /865, /950 and /965.

Colour renderingIndoor applications CRI Type of lamp or lamp colour

100Excellent

Incandescent, 230 V-Halogen Halogen Low-Voltage /927, /930, /940, /950, /965

90Good Moderate

CDM/942 /827, /830, /840, /850, /865, CDM /830, SDW-T, MHN HPI Plus, /54 SON Comfort /33 /35

80 70 60

Insufficient

rendering index (crI), which is a standardized scale with 100 as maximum value. colours are best shown under a light source with the highest colour rendering index. Incidentally, it is only worthwhile to compare crI values of lamps with similar colour temperature.Poor

50 < 40SON Plus

Based on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

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Technical information Lamps

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Lamp positioning on Tc and CRIIndoor general lighting

Proper use of fluorescent lamps"crisp" warm white 2800 80) Green X-cap Lowest mercury content on the market (3 mg)Preferred selectionProduct ID MASTER TL-D Xtreme 830 SLV MASTER TL-D Xtreme 840 SLV MASTER TL-D Xtreme 830 SLV MASTER TL-D Xtreme 840 SLV MASTER TL-D Xtreme 840 SLV Wattage (W) 18W 18W 36W 36W 58W 1350 1350 3250 3250 5150 Lumen Order Code 8711500 54492640 54496440 55866440 55868840 55886240

Based on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

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TL-D Standard ColoursStandardDimensions in mm TL-D 15W TL-D 18W TL-D 30W TL-D 36W TL-D 38W TL-D 58W TL-D 70W A B C

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max.437.4 589.8 894.6 1199.4 1047 1500 1763.8

min.442.1 594.5 899.3 1204.1 1051.7 1504.7 1768.5

max.444.5 596.9 901.7 1206.5 1054.1 1507.1 1770.9

max.451.6 604 908.8 1213.6 1061.2 1514.2 1778

max.28 28 28 28 28 28 28

TL-D Standard Colours

TL-D Standard Colours

Create atmospheres from warm white to cool daylightApplications Suitable for use in a wide range of luminaires for tL-d Fluorescent lamps, used in applications where colour rendering is not an important factor Why choose? Standard colours with moderate colour rendering available in various colour designations create atmospheres from warm white to cool daylight Technical features Low-pressure mercury discharge lamps with a tubular 26mm envelope

Based on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

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TL-D Standard ColoursStandard

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Preferred selectionProduct ID Packaging Configuration Net weight per piece (g) TL-D 15W/33-640 SLV TL-D 15W/54-765 SLV TL-D 18W/33-640 SLV TL-D 18W/54-765 SLV TL-D 23W/33-640 SLV TL-D 23W/54-765 SLV TL-D 30W/33-640 SLV TL-D 30W/54-765 SLV TL-D 36W/33-640 SLV TL-D 36W/54-765 SLV TL-D 38W/33-640 SLV TL-D 58W/33-640 SLV TL-D 58W/54-765 SLV TL-D 70W/33-640 SLV SLV: Sleeve packaging 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 76 76 71 71 120 120 113 113 137.5 137.5 133 186 186 214 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 G13 Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cool White Cool Daylight Cool White Cap/ Base Colour Designation Colour Temperature (K) 4100 6200 4100 6200 4100 6200 4100 6200 4100 6200 4100 4100 6200 4100 Colour Rendering Index (Ra) 63 72 63 72 63 72 63 72 63 72 63 63 72 63

Product ID

Lamp Voltage (V)

Lamp Wattage EM (W) 15 15 18 18 23 23 30 30 36 36 38 58.5 58.5 70

Lamp Current EM (A) 0.34 0.34 0.36 0.36 0.3 0.3 0.36 0.36 0.44 0.44 0.43 0.67 0.67 0.69

Luminous Flux Lamp EM (lm) 960 830 1200 1050 1900 1550 2100 1825 2850 2500 3100 4600 4000 5250

Luminance Average EM (cd/cm2) 0.95 0.85 0.85 0.75 0.9 0.7 1.05 0.9 1.05 0.95 1.2 1.35 1.15 1.3

Energy Efficiency Label

Order Code

8711500 B B B B A B B B B B B B B B 70277740 72221840 70266140 70267840 72638440 72641440 70282140 72263840 70270840 70271540 72669840 70274640 70275340 61837540

TL-D 15W/33-640 SLV TL-D 15W/54-765 SLV TL-D 18W/33-640 SLV TL-D 18W/54-765 SLV TL-D 23W/33-640 SLV TL-D 23W/54-765 SLV TL-D 30W/33-640 SLV TL-D 30W/54-765 SLV TL-D 36W/33-640 SLV TL-D 36W/54-765 SLV TL-D 38W/33-640 SLV TL-D 58W/33-640 SLV TL-D 58W/54-765 SLV TL-D 70W/33-640 SLV SLV: Sleeve packaging

51 51 59 59 95 95 98 98 103 103 104 111 111 132

Based on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

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TL-E Standard ColoursStandardDimensions in mm TL-E 22W TL-E 32W TL-E 40W D E I

12477min.26.2 26.2 26.2

max.30.9 30.9 30.9

min.200 288.9 390.5

max.219 307.9 409.5

min.147.6 236.5 338.1

max.157.2 246.1 347.7

TL-E Standard Colours

TL-E Standard Colours

Create atmosphere from warm white to cool daylightApplications Suitable for use in a wide range of luminaires for various purposes, including many decorative luminaires where colour rendering is not important Why choose? Symmetrical, omnidirectional light distribution create atmosphere from warm white to cool daylight Technical features Low-pressure mercury discharge lamps with a circular 26 mm tubeTL-E 22W/54-765 1CT TL-E 32W/54-765 1CT TL-E 40W/54-765 1CT Product ID

Preferred selectionProduct ID Packaging Configuration Net weight per piece Cap/ Base (g) 12 12 12 Lamp Voltage (V) TL-E 22W/54-765 1CT TL-E 32W/54-765 1CT TL-E 40W/54-765 1CT 62 81 110 Lamp Wattage EM (W) 22 32 40 156 262 336 Lamp Current EM (A) 0.4 0.45 0.42 G10q G10q G10q Luminous Flux Lamp EM (lm) 1050 1750 2500 Cool Daylight Cool Daylight Cool Daylight Luminous Efficacy Lamp EM (lm/W) 48 57 62 Colour Designation Colour Temperature (K) 6200 6200 6200 Luminance Average EM (cd/cm2) 0.7 0.65 0.65 B B B Energy Efficiency Label 8711500 63390315 63387315 55991315 Colour Rendering Index (Ra) 72 72 72 Order Code

Based on Philips Lighting Catalogue 2008 - 2009

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TL Mini Standard ColoursLimited spaceDimensions in mm TL 6W TL 8W TL 13W A B C

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max.212.1 288.3 516.9

min.216.8 293.0 521.6

max.219.2 295.4 524.0

max.226.3 302.5 531.1

max.16 16 16

TL Mini Standard Colours

TL Mini Standard Colours

Small directionalApplications Ideal for applications where space is limited and colour rendering is not important orientation lighting Emer

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