Philips CorePro LED Capsule G9 2.5W


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Replace mains voltage halogen G9 lamps with LED

This single-ended mains-voltage capsule for G9 type light fittings is a direct replacement for halogen capsule lamps.

It is suitable for task lighting in a variety of applications, and is ideal for desk lamps and cabinet lighting. It is compatible with existing fixtures with G9 socket holders, delivers huge energy savings, and minimises maintenance costs, without any compromise on light quality.

The G9 fitting is a common type of bi-pin connector where the two looped pins are 9mm apart. To double check if your light bulb is a G9 bi-pin, simply measure the gap between the two connectors.

Specifications - G9 LED Capsule

Power Consumption 2.5W (equivalent to 25W)
Light Output 200 lumens
Fitting Type G9
Voltage 220 - 240 V
Lifetime 15,000 hours
Colour Temperature Warm White (2700K)
Colour rendering index (CRI) 80
Dimmable No
Dimensions 53mm long by 18mm wide
Weight 12 grams
Installation Self-installation
Product Identifiers CorePro LEDcapsule MV G9 2W WW 230V AU 1PF, 929001133449 (12NC), 8718696536636 (Barcode)
Further Documentation Philips G9 LED Spec Sheet (PDF)

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