GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12

Constand Colour

Order number: : ge20012 | EAN: 43168200127
GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12

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Technical data "GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12"
LED/Conventional: Conventional
Category: Discharge lamp
Watt: 150,00
Wattage: 0
kWh/1000h: 160
Average Life (h): 12000
Energy label: A+
Base (Cap): G12
Clipping: 0
Mounting depth: 0
Length: 100,00 mm
Dimensions: 0
Diameter: 19,00
Weight (gross): 0,042 kg
Weight (net): 0,032 kg
WEEE: ja
Traversable-1: 0
Traversable-2: 0
Colour temperature: 830
Lumen: 14000
Colour rendering: 80-89 (Klasse 1B)
Kelvin: 3000
Electricity cost calculator "GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12"

Annual electricity costs

Length of annual operation :
2.080 Hours
Power consumption (kWh):
312,00 kWh
Energy costs:
Kelvin-Simulator lichtbasis
2700 K 8000 K

Product information

GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12

Art.-Nr. ge20012 | EAN 43168200127


Colour rendering

The color rendering index describes how well colors from comparable light sources are reproduced. The color temperature is taken into account.
Sunlight is the reference variable with a value of 100. The lower the value, the worse the playback.
Colour rendering "GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12":
  • 80-89 (Klasse 1B)

    Lights and bulbs with an RA/CRI value between 80 and 89 are assigned to Class 1B. Their color reproduction is good to very good.
    These light sources are suitable for areas where color reproduction is important. For example living rooms and offices.


Kelvin provides information about the color temperature of a light source. It says whether warm or cool light is spread. References are candle light (1,500 Kelvin) and the blue sky (> 10,000 Kelvin).
The lower the warmer and more comfortable the light.
Kelvin "GE CMH150/T/UVC/U/830/G12":
  • < 3.300 Kelvin

    Up to 3,300 Kelvin is called warm white light. This light color is perceived as pleasant and is particularly suitable for areas in which the coziness is in the foreground, such as living rooms, restaurants and bars.