4" 18W Compact Fluorescent Electronic Air-Tight IC Housing, 120V (CA Title 24)
*Trim and light bulb sold separately*
- Material: Galvanized Steel
- Socket: Vertically mounted 4-pin CF socket
- Voltage: 120V
- Frequency: 50/60 Hz
- Starting Temperature: 0 F
- Start Rating: >50,000
- Power Factor: HPF
- Flicker: < 3%
- THD: < 10%
- Length: 12"
- Width: 7 5/8"
- Height: 6 1/8"
- 1 x 18W 4-Pin CFL (Sold Separately)
GU24 Base Mini Spiral CFL
T2/T3 GU24 Base Mini Spiral CFL: Satco's Eco-Friendly Compact Fluorescent Lamps - a smarter choice for a brighter future.
- 9W-13W = T2 Lamp
- 15W-26W = T3 Lamp
- GU24 Medium Base
- Color Rendering Index (CRI): 80
- 10000 Average Rated Hours
- 500-1750 Lumens
- Color temperature: 2700K
- 9W, 11W, 13W, 15W, 18W, 23W or 26W
- Electronic Ballast - Flicker-free, no hum or buzz
- 9W = 3.46" L x 1.57" W
- 11W = 3.46" L x 1.81" W
- 13W = 3.62" L x 1.81" W
- 15W = 4.29" L x 2.13" W
- 18W = 4.48" L x 2.13" W
- 23W = 4.96" L x 2.13" W
- 26W = 5.16" L x 2.13" W
- 9W Replaces 40W Incandescent
- 11W Replaces 40W Incandescent
- 13W Replaces 60W Incandescent
- 15W Replaces 60W Incandescent
- 18W Replaces 75W Incandescent
- 23W Replaces 100W Incandescent
- 26W Replaces 100W Incandescent
S8201 , S8202 , S8203 , S8204 , S8205 , S8206 , S8207
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• UL listed
• cUL listed
• Energy Star rated
• Title 24 rated
• Suitable for Damp Conditions
• Suitable for Wet Conditions
The UL Mark is widely recognized by consumers, retailers and authorities who trust UL's integrity and commitment to consumer safety. With this in mind, UL tests every product to the highest standards to insure that any item that carries the UL Mark can be used by the consumer with confidence.
cUL Mark is the UL Mark for Canada. Products with this type of mark have been evaluated to Canadian safety requirements, which may be different from US safety requirements.
This is an Energy Star rated product that meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
The Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings that were established in 1978 in response to a legislative mandate to reduce California's energy consumption. The standards are updated periodically to allow consideration and possible incorporation of new energy efficiency technologies and methods.
Damp locations are sheltered outdoor areas that are protected from direct contact with rain or water.
Wet locations are unsheltered outdoor areas that are exposed to direct contact with rain and water.