PLEASE NOTE For use ONLY with high frequency electronic ballast (30-80kHz). Check your fitting before ordering.
Quality G24Q-3 LED Replacement
This Philips 9W CorePro LED is a direct replacement for all 4-pin PL or PL-C style fluorescent lights with a G24q-3 base. Key features include:
- Energy-efficient - reduces energy usage by over 65%.
- Easy installation - suits '4-pin' fittings with G24q-3 base.
- Adjustable - the light can be rotated up to 90˚ so you can direct the light output in the right direction.
- They have a long lifetime and contain no harmful mercury, unlike the fluorescent globes they replace.
- 3-year warranty and trusted Philips quality.
This G24q-3 LED lamp is a direct replacement for the Philips Master PL-C 26W 840 4P G24Q-3, Osram Dulux D/E 26W/840 G24Q-3, and many others. It delivers incredible energy savings and is a direct retrofit lamp that’s simple to install.
This Philips 9W G24q-3 LED replaces existing 26W 4 Pin PL lights.
Specifications - Philips G24q-3 4-Pin LED Bulb
|G24q-3 4 Pin PL or PL-C light fittings
|High Frequency (HF) Electronic Ballast (30-80kHz)
|26W CFL (compact fluorescent)
|Cool White (4000K)
|120° beam angle
|163.6mm (length) x 33.4mm (max width)
|Philips CorePro LED PLC 9W 840 4P G24q-3; 929001200902, 8718696541173.
Frequently Asked Questions
What other bases and options are available?
See our range of LED replacements for PL-C light fittings.
How can I be sure that I have a G24q-3 type light fitting?
To ensure you buy the correct light bulb, you can:
- Check for the code 'G24q-3' or 'G24Q-3' on your existing light bulb, light fitting, or old light bulb box. Another hint is that the old lights typically used 26W of power.
- Check that the position of the four metal pins (blue) and two notches (red) match the image below:
Philips CorePro G24Q Pin and Notch Positions - Bottom and Side View
The unit gives good light, but it is considerably longer than the conventional lamp that it replaces. I wanted it for a ceiling fan/light combo, but it could not possibly fit in it. This should have been pointed out in the advertising web page!