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2700K - 13W - CFL - Plug-In - Single Biax - 2 Pin GX23 Base - GE

2700K - 13W - CFL - Plug-In - Single Biax - 2 Pin GX23 Base - GE

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Product Overview
  • 10,000-Hour life
  • 825 Initial lumens
  • Good color rendering
  • TCLP compliant
Description
This 2-pin GX23 CFL has a compact size for fixture and design flexibility. This plug-in CFL has a 10,000-hour rated life on average and has a good color rendering index.
Specifications
Light Source
Fluorescent
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
GX23
Light Bulb Shape
Single Twin Tube
Condition
New
Voltage System
Line Voltage
Brand
GE
Lumens
825
Length (in)
8
Wattage
13
Max Overall Length (in)
8
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
82
Kelvin Color Temperature
2700K
Rated Life (hours)
10,000
Input Voltage
120V
Quantity Being Sold
1
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Question from Tom M. Schossau:

Does this CFL bulb require a ballast/starter? This product lists ANSI Ballast Code: 60901-IEC-0013-1 which seems to me that it has a ballast and all that is needed is 120VAC, correct? Thank you.

Answer from Pegasus:

No, that's not correct. Pin based CFLs like this product require a ballast to operated. It's not self-ballasted like screw based CFLs.

Question from Dale:

Does a GX23 bulb fit in a G23 slot? In other words, can I replace a G23 with a GX23?

Answer from Pegasus:

They are different shaped bases so no they are not interchangeable.

Question from Jacob:

Do these flicker?

Answer from Pegasus:

Jacob, Flicker is a common problem with all fluorescent lighting systems. If you use a high quality ballast and install the system correctly, it should minimize flickering.