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Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V - 16109

Lamp 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V
Description 39W 120V CRI 100 PAR20 E26 2850K 30°
Brand Sylvania
MPN 16109
UPC 046135161094

$4.44

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The Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 is a 39W 130V Halogen PAR20 Flood with an E26 Medium base.
Specifications for the 16109 Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Replacement Lamp
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Shape PAR20
Lamp Base E26 (Medium Screw)
Filament CC-8
Rated Life 1500 hours
PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS
Initial Lumens 475
Beam Spread 30°
Beam Type Flood
Color Temperature 2850 K
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 100
Candle Power (CP) 1000
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Watts 39 W
Volts 130 V
DIMENSIONS
Maximum Overall Length - MOL 3.25in (79.38mm)
Diameter 2.50in (63.50mm)
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Product Code 16109
Family Name CAPSYLITE®
Description 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V
SKU Qty 1
SKU / Case Qty 10
Case Qty (Price Listed is Per Bulb) 10
Sales Unit Each
UPC 046135161094
Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V 16109 Replacement Bulb Applications & Features

Applications

  • Indoor and Outdoor Display
  • Accent Applications

Features

  • Tungsten Halogen Capsylite Reflector PAR Lamp
  • Bright white, high quality halogen light
  • Superior beam control and sharp cutoff
  • Optical system provides consistent, uniform performance
  • Lens embossed with beam pattern for easy identification
  • Fully dimmable
39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Sylvania Halogen Lamp

  • DANGER! The Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V replacement lamp operates at extremely high temperatures that can cause serious physical injuries and property damage.
  • Only use the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V replacement lamp in Halogen-approved fixtures. Fixtures should fully contain any parts of the Halogen lamp upon the event of a lamp burst.
  • Do not use the 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Sylvania replacement lamp in close proximity of paper, cloth or other combustible materials that can cause a fire hazard.
  • Lamps are very fragile. Do not drop, crush, bend or shake them. Vibration or impact will cause filament breakage and short lamp life.
  • Do not touch the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V bulb surface or inside reflectors with your bare hands. Oils from skin can lead to breakage or shorten the life of the lamp. Use clean gloves or lint-free cloth for installation and removal.
  • Clean any dirt, oil, or lint away from the bulb with alcohol and a lint-free cloth or tissue. Any foreign particles or materials on the 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Sylvania replacement bulb surface can cause hot spots on the bulb and result in lamp failure.
  • Never touch the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V lamp when it is on, or soon after it has been turned off, as it is hot and may cause serious burns.
  • Do not look directly at the operating bulb for any period of time; this may cause serious eye injury.
  • Always turn off the electrical power before inserting, removing, or cleaning the replacement Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V lamp.
  • Affix the 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Sylvania replacement lamp securely in the socket. Improper installation of the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V replacement lamp will cause electrical arcing, overheating and short life to lamp and socket. Replace lamp holders and sockets when necessary.
  • Keep the temperature of the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V lamp seal below 350C.
  • Keep the temperature of the 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V Sylvania replacement lamp wall above 250C.
  • Keep the temperature of the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V lamp wall below 800C.
  • Make sure lamps of specified wattage and voltage are only used in appropriately rated fixtures. Unspecified use will lead to short lamp life, breakage and overheating of fixture.
  • Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V replacement lamps should not be operated beyond the total rated voltage. Avoid the use of dimmers that may drive your lamp over its rated voltage.
  • Operate the Sylvania 39PAR20/HAL/FL30 130V replacement lamp only in the indicated burn position. Failure to do so will lead to overheating and shortened lamp life.
  • Use an external fuse when required.
  • Do not allow one lamp to directly expose another. This may lead to overheating and shortened lamp life.