1.2m Glass LED Tube Lights T8 Expand

4ft LED Tube Lights 18W Cool White T8 Glass 2 Year Warranty

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SALE NOW $26+gst for high quality 4ft LED tube lights, single-ended power lights specifically designed for DIY retrofitting fluorescent tubes in NZ. 1.2m/4ft long, 18W (=36W fluorescent tube), bright cool white colour 5000K, made of glass and friendly to NZ environment. AS/NZ standards and SAA Certified, up to 25,000hrs lifespan. 2 year replacement warranty.

DIY retrofitting fluorescent tubes on magnetic ballasts lights (LED starters included). Also suitable for electronic ballast lights with easy modifications (by electricians only). Please check below for more details.

No Quantity Limit for Picking-up. No Delivery to Rurals or Islands. Check below for your delivery fee.

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$ 25.00

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Delivery Fee:

- No quality limit for picking up from our Mt Roskill store.
- For other areas in NZ, the minimum order for delivery is 16 LED tube lights. The delivery fee has to be ordered via this link.


Specifications:

- Wattage (watts): 18W (18 - 19W including ballast consumption)
- Fluorescent Equivalent: 36W (44 - 50W including ballast consumption)
- Type: Single-ended power T8 tube, G13 base (the LED starter has been included in the pack)
- Input:  AC 200-240V, 50/60 Hz
- Light Output: 1800 Lumens
- Average Lifetime: 25,000 hours
- Material: Filmed glass
- Size: D:28mm & L: 1200mm
- Color Temperature: bright cool white (5000K)
- High standards: AS/NZS 60598, IEC62776
- Certificates: SAA / RCM
- IP20: Indoor use only
- Warranty: 24 months

How to DIY retrofit LED tube lights on magnetic ballast fluorescent lights with starters?

1.  Switch off power to the fixture.
2.  Find the old starter for the fluorescent tube to be replaced. Replace it with the new LED starter (included).
3.  To make sure you have replaced the correct starter, you may turn on power again but the fluorescent tube should not be lit up.
4. Switch off power to the fixture again and replace the old fluorescent tube with the new LED tube
5. Turn on power to make sure it works


Warning: don't use this LED tube light on electronic ballast based lights without rewiring. The rewiring is simple but by NZ law it has to be done by licensed electricians.