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Fluorescent Tubes

Fluorescent Tubes

Spread light throughout offices, factories, workshops, schools, and other large spaces with fluorescent tube lights. These tubes provide brighter light at a lower energy draw than incandescent lights and typically cost less than linear LED bulbs. They have pin-type connectors and can be installed in compatible bay, troffer, strip, surface-mount, and industrial lighting fixtures that have a ballast which provides current to the tube.

T5

Slender T5 fluorescent tubes can fit into small lighting fixtures and systems. They have a 5/8" diameter and are the slimmest style of fluorescent tube, yet they produce high light output while drawing less energy than larger tube sizes.

General Purpose

Bi-Pin — G5 Base

Blacklight

Bi-Pin — G5 Base

Clean Room

Bi-Pin — G5 Base

Germicidal

4-Pin — G10Q Base

Bi-Pin — G5 Base

Single Pin — FA8 Base

T8 Linear

Linear T8 tubes produce as much light as T12 tubes but are smaller and more energy efficient. They have a 1" diameter and are the most commonly used fluorescent tube size in industrial and commercial settings.

General Purpose

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

Single Pin — FA8 Base

Blacklight

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Clean Room

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Cooler/Freezer

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Germicidal

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T8 U-Shaped

Get the light output of two linear T8 fluorescent tubes with one of these U-shaped T8 tubes. Also called U-bend or U-bent tubes, they have a 1" diameter and are commonly used in 2 x 2 troffer fixtures in areas with limited space. T8 tubes are smaller and more energy efficient than T12 tubes.

General Purpose

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T9 Circular

Also known as circline bulbs, T9 fluorescent tubes are used in specific fixtures that can accommodate their circular shape. They have a 1 1/8" tube diameter and are typically used to light garages, basements, and workshops.

General Purpose

4-Pin — G10Q Base

T10

Generate high light output with these T10 fluorescent bulbs, which typically draw less energy than larger T12 tubes. They have a 1 1/4" diameter and are commonly used in basements, garages, and walk-in refrigerators and freezers.

Germicidal

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T12

Large-diameter T12 tubes are typically used to replace broken or burnt-out tubes in older lighting fixtures. They have a 1 1/2" diameter and produce high light output, but they draw more energy than slimmer tubes.

General Purpose

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

Single Pin — FA8 Base

Blacklight

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Cooler/Freezer

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

Grow Light

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T12 U-Shaped

Used in older installations, these large-diameter U-shaped T12 fluorescent tubes provide the light of two linear T12 tubes in one bulb. T12 tubes have a 1 1/2" diameter and produce high light output but draw more energy than slimmer tubes. U-shaped bulbs are commonly used in 2 x 2 recessed or surface-mounted troffer fixtures in commercial spaces.

General Purpose

Bi-Pin — G13 Base