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U Bend LED Tube Lights 2X2FT 20W 10-Pack,Clear Cover

(45 customer reviews)

Original price was: $139.00.Current price is: $119.00.

delivery: May 31, 2024 - Jun 3, 2024
SKU: LU-UB-TC Categories: ,

Product Description

U Bend LED Tube Lights 2X2FT 20W 10-Pack,Clear Cover, Daylight 5000K/Cool White 6000K

  • ✔Energy Saving – Save up to 50% on your electricity bill when replacing fluorescent tubes with LUMINOSUM U-bent LED tube lights.
  • ✔Bright & High Illumination – Illuminate your space with 2000+ lumens! No annoying flicker and distracting buzz. Energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
  • ✔Safe and Long-lasing – With ETL certified, LUMINOSUM LED tubes are safe to use and have a long lifetime of 50,000+ hours.
  • ✔Easy Ballast Bypass Installation – These u-shaped LED lights can be easily installed in existing fixtures with a simple ballast bypass (direct wire) installation. Please watch the video or download the user manual for detailed installation instructions.
  • ✔Your Trusted LED Tube Bulk Supplier – Count on us as your reliable partner for all your bulk LED tube needs, delivering lasting brightness and energy efficiency.
Technical Details

Material: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)

Wattage: 20W

Bulb Shape Size: T8

Light Color: Daylight 5000K/Cool White 6000K

Special Features: ‎Energy Efficient

Batteries Required: NO

Base: G13

 

 

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45 reviews for U Bend LED Tube Lights 2X2FT 20W 10-Pack,Clear Cover

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  1. Mike

    It was difficult finding LED Tubes that could be used to replace U-Bend, T-12, 41 watt, Fluorescent Tubes. I removed the Ballast, and found some non-shunted Tombstones so I used single end wiring to the new T-8 Tombstones. The new LED Tubes and Tombstones fit perfectly into the fixture that have been in use since the late ’80s. The new 15 watt, LED Tubes are much brighter than the Fluorescent Tubes they replaced and should be longer lasting with no Mercury and Hazardous-Materials issues for disposal. There are three options for replacing Fluorescents with LEDs from best to worst in my opinion. 1. Single End direct wiring with Ballast Removal. Not all LED replacements offer this option 2. Two end direct wiring with Ballast Removal. Not all LED replacements offer this option. 3. Direct replacement of the Fluorescent Tubes, using the existing ballasts. Not all LED replacements offer this option. The Ballast is another device that can fail, and may be hard to locate in the future.

  2. Mark K.

    They work great.

  3. Terry May

    Easy to do!!

  4. Johnathan

    A great product that is bright, energy efficient, and long lasting.

  5. Jim3579

    These were easy to install in my existing fixtures and light up the space I am using them in very well.

  6. David

    Works excellent

  7. KVG1

    Cost-wise these were about the same as getting the older style florescent U lights. The old flourescent lights will require more electricity in the long run so we’re really happy with these new LED units as they run on less power, generate less heat, and provide about the same amount of light output (lumens). They’re a win win win but now only time will tell if they last the 5 years the flourescent tubes did.

  8. V. Uher

    These were a replacement for ones replaced 10 years ago. Obviously way cheaper than the ones purchased 10 years ago.

  9. Kevin VanNieulande

    These lights were perfect replacements for my outdated fluorescent u bent bulbs. I shopped all the big box stores and online. These are the best value. Shipping was fast and seller was quick to respond to my questions. Cutting out and bypassing the ballast took about 5 minutes per fixture. My fixtures had 2 yellow, 2 blue, 2 red, 1 white, and 1 black wires. I connected the 2 yellow to the white (neutral) wire, and the 2 red, 2 blue to the black (hot) wire. Easy rewire for my 25 year old fixtures.

  10. Aronowitz

    Get rid of the ballasts and wire directly to 120-volt line and they worked very nicely.

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