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Fluorescent Tubes

Fluorescent Tubes

Commonly used in offices, businesses, factories, and schools, fluorescent tubes provide brighter light at a lower energy draw than incandescent lights. Fluorescent tubes require a ballast to provide a current for the lamp.

T5

T5 fluorescent bulbs have a 5/8" diameter and are more slender than T8 bulbs, making them a good choice for smaller lighting fixtures and systems.

Bi-Pin — G5 Base

T8 Linear

Smaller and more energy efficient than T12 bulbs, these linear-shaped 1" diameter tubes are used in a variety of spaces, such as garages, schools, retail stores, and other commercial and industrial areas.

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

Single Pin — FA8 Base

T8 U-Shaped

Also called U-bend or U-bent tubes, these U-shaped 1" diameter T8 fluorescent tube bulbs are commonly used in areas with limited space. They provide the light of two linear bulbs of the same length and are often used in troffer light fixtures.

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T12

With a 1 1/2" diameter, these large fluorescent T12 bulbs are typically used in older lighting installations.

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

Single Pin — FA8 Base

T12 U-Shaped

Used in areas with limited space, these U-shaped 1 1/2" diameter fluorescent lights provide the light of two linear bulbs in one. They are also known as U-bend or U-bent tubes.

Bi-Pin — G13 Base

T6

These specialty fluorescent bulbs have a 3/4" diameter and are used in some styles of retail display cases.

Single Pin — FA8 Base

T10

These specialty T10 fluorescent bulbs have a 1 1/4" diameter, and can be used in colder temperature environments, such as basements and garages.

Recessed Double Contact — R17D Base

T9 Circular

Also known as circline bulbs, T9 fluorescent bulbs have a 1 1/8" diameter and are typically used to light garages, basements, and workshops.

4-Pin — G10Q Base