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40W - Antique Light Bulb - T9 Tubular - Medium Base - Bulbrite Nostalgic

40W - Antique Light Bulb - T9 Tubular - Medium Base - Bulbrite Nostalgic

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NOS40T9-L

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Product Overview
  • T9 Tubular
  • Spiral filament style
  • Ideal pendants, ceiling fixtures
  • 40 Watts
  • 100 Lumens
  • Indoor and outdoor use
Description
This 40-watt T9 tubular light bulb is the perfect complement to any vintage or contemporary decor. This clear bulb features an antique finish and intricate filament design, which is ideal for indoor or outdoor transparent light fixtures. This T9 light bulb has an average rated life of 3000 hours.
Specifications
Lumens
100
Wattage
40
Max Overall Length (in)
11.875
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
100
Quantity Being Sold
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
2100K
Rated Life (hours)
3,000
Input Voltage
120V
Light Source
Incandescent
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Antique
Filament Style
Spiral
Color Temperature
Rosy Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
E26 Medium Screw
Light Bulb Shape
T9
Recommended Dimmer
Line Voltage
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Suitable for Enclosed Fixtures
Yes
Condition
New
Voltage System
Line Voltage
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Question from Courtney Richardson:

What is the length of this bulb? Thanks.

Answer from Pegasus:

The maximum overall length is 11-7/8 inches.

Question from Crescenter:

Will this lamp darken if installed horizontally? Many cylindrical or tubular incandescent lamps darken on the inside of the glass, unless they are installed vertically. Is that the case with these? Is there a warranty against such darkening for the life of the lamp?

Answer from Pegasus:

All incandescent light bulbs darken over time until they eventually fail. As the light bulb is used, the tungsten on the filament evaporates and is deposited on the glass envelope. Eventually this evaporation of the tungsten filament causes the light bulb to fail.
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