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The following are detailed specifications about the 250W Metal Halide Torpedo Mogul Base Bulb 4000K 20000LM.
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|Product Number:||P1180712 or 623913|
|Total Wattage:||250 w.|
|Average Rated Life1:||12,000 hrs|
|Wattage Per Bulb:||250|
|Bulb Type:||Metal Halide|
|Beam Spread Degree:||360|
|Lumens Per Bulb:||20000|
|Color Rendering Index:||65|
|Made In America:||No|
|Title 20:||Lawful for Sale in California|
250-watt TORPEDO mogul base metal halide light bulb. 360 beam spread degree, 4000 color temperature, 20000 lumens, 65 color rendering index.
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250W Metal Halide Torpedo Mogul Base Bulb 4000K 20000LM
Manufacturer: Satco Lighting
Model #: S5831
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