Contact Us Contact Us
Now In: Light Bulbs  >  Fluorescent Light Bulbs  >  Linear Fluorescent Tube Light Bulbs  >  T5 Fluorescent Light Bulbs  >  13 Watt - Fluorescent Light Bulb - Linear - T5 - 62 CRI

Product Overview:

Need Assistance?

Have a Question?

13 Watt - Fluorescent Light Bulb - Linear - T5 - 62 CRI

Pegasus Lighting BBB Business Review


13 Watt - Fluorescent Light Bulb - Linear - T5 - 62 CRI

Item #F13T5
Rating
Price
$2.90
OptionsSelect a Color Temperature: 
AvailabilityUsually ships the next business day
Quantity  Add to cartAdd to Wishlist


About our 13 Watt - Fluorescent Light Bulb - Linear - T5 - 62 CRI
Description

    These 13-watt T5 fluorescent light bulbs, available in two color temperatures, have a rated life between 10,000 and 20,000 hours.

  • 2 Models:
    F13T5-630 - 3000K (warm white)
    F13T5-641 - 4100K (cool white)
  • Diameter: 5/8in (0.625in)
  • Nominal Length: 21 inches long (Nominal Length for linear fluorescent light bulbs includes the length of the lamp plus "the proper allowance for standard lamp sockets".)
  • Bipin Bases: bipin base at both ends
  • Color Temperature: color temperature varies with the lamp (light bulb) selected. 3000K is warm white, 4100K is cool white
  • Color Rendering Index: 62 CRI
  • Very Good Rated Life: 5,000 hours of rated life on average
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of 13-watt T5 Fluorescent Light Bulbs, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form.  We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

    Satisfaction Guarantee


Product Reviews
13 Watt - Fluorescent Light Bulb - Linear - T5 - 62 CRI
$2.90
4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Bosco
Delray, FL
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

T5's the way to go
February 8, 2014
Most T5's seem reliable and efficient. Long lasting and 'noiseless' (no hum)...a good choice.



Questions & Answers
By Richard from 04105 on May 21, 2014
Please provide the light output in lumens for the 3000K and 4100K bulbs. Thank you.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 21, 2014

Answer:
Richard,

Here's the info you requested.

3000K - 800 lumens

4100K - 750 lumens

Recently Viewed Items
Related Items
Related Categories