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70 Watt Philips 4K ED-17 Pulse Start Metal Halide Lamp
70 Watt Philips 4K ED-17 Pulse Start Metal Halide Lamp
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Manufacturer: Philips Lighting
Product Number: 429902
SKU Number: 043506

General Description: This Philips 70 watt pulse start metal halide lamp requires a M143 / M98 / E ballast to operate and is for enclosed fixtures only.  It will produce up to 6600 lumens of light and is engineered to last for 20,000 hours on average. 
It emits a color temperature of 4200K while the "MasterColor" technology allows for very little color shift of the light (+/- 200K) over its life. 

70 Watt Philips Medium Base 4K Pulse Start
Metal Halide
 Light Bulb

Product Specifications

Manufacturer Philips Lighting
Product Number 429902
Volts 95 Volt
Watts 70
Beam Angle 360°
Base Type Medium (E26)
Bulb Style ED17
Length 2.125 Inches
Diameter 5.4 Inches
Lumens 6600
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 89 to 92
Color Temperature  4200K
Rated Average Life 20,000 Hours
Energy Star Qualified No
Dimmable No
Full Product Name MasterColor CDM 70W Med ED17 CL U
Ordering Code MCH70/U/M/4K Elite
Case Quantity 12
Technology Pulse Start Metal Halide
Alternate Product Number 42990-2
Specification Sheet

Features & Benefits

• Requires M143 / M98 / E ANSI code ballast 
• Lamp can be used in enclosed fixtures only
• "MasterColor" provides color stabilty for the life of the lamp (+/- 200K) 
• Medium base (E26)
• High CRI of up to 88
• 7.2 mg of mercury in the light bulb
• 4000K color temperature 
• Produces 6600 initial lumens with mean lumens of 5280


• Ideal for security, parking lot or roadway lighting

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