Switch to Bright, White Light from Existing HPS Fixtures - A simple lamp change does it. It's easier than ever to switch from the harsh yellow light of high pressure sodium (HPS) to the clear, white light of metal halide (MH). Make the change just by replacing the lamp! Venture's unique White-Lux lamps fit directly into your existing, wattage specific 250, 400 or 1000 watt HPS fixture and are completely compatible with all HPS lighting systems . No need to change ballasts, ignitors or even reposition the socket.
Metal Halide bulbs are a member of the High Intensity Discharge (HID) family of lighting products. Metal Halide bulbs are among the most energy efficient sources of white light available today. These 400 watt metal halide bulbs feature special chemical compounds known as Halides that produce light in most regions of the spectrum.
This is the Open Fixture Rated, Venture Lighting White-Lux MPI 400W/BU/LU (10044) Metal Halide retrofit light bulbs. The MPI 400W/BU/LU White-Lux operates off of your existing LU400 S51 HPS ballast. Generating a 4000K CCT with a 65 CRI this HPS to MH retrofit offers high efficacy, excellent color rendition, long service life and good lumen maintenance. Because of their numerous advantages, metal halide HID bulbs are used extensively in outdoor applications and in commercial interiors.
These Venture 400W Metal Halide, Base Up Burn Lamps are intended primarily for use in Open Luminaires. Initial Lumens 39,000 and Rated Average Life 20,000 Hours, ANSI Type S51/O. These Venture High Intensity Discharge Metal Halide HID light bulbs employ an EX39 mogul base and are designed with an ED37 bulb. Venture Lighting lamps carry a One Year Limited Warranty.
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|Lighting Technology||Metal Halide|
|Color Temperature (Kelvin)||4000K Cool White|
|Base||EX39 Mogul Base|
|Rated Life||20,000 Hours|
|CRI (Color Rendering Index)||65 CRI|
|Fixture Dimensions||4.6" W x 11.5" MOL|