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        Polar versions are regular MASTER TL-D Xtra lamps inside a clear T10 or T12 tube (T10=32 mm diameter, T12=38 mm diameter)

        Benefits

        Substantial energy saving (up to 70%) due to higher efficacy at lower temperatures
        Strong reduction in maintenance costs due to high reliability and long lifetime
        Fully temperature-resistant in all conditions; no temperature‑related relamping problems
        Supports end-user sustainability programs (low mercury level and low waste due to long lifetime)
        Miniaturisation: Polar T10 version (32 mm) is suited for situations where the diameter of the Polar T12 lamp (38 mm) is too large

        Features

        Improved light output in low ambient temperatures
        The same reliable, long lifetime performance as regular MASTER TL-D Xtra
        Robust lamp construction due to strong, temperature-resistant assembly kit
        10 pcs. packaging

        Applications

        All applications at lower ambient temperatures (below 10 °C)
        Indoor: cold stores and other refrigerated areas
        Outdoor: petrol stations, car parks, shipping docks, petrochemical plants, sign lighting, tunnels

        Warning & Safety

        To achieve published lifetimes for 100% operation, do not dim below 30%
        When used on electromagnetic gear, it is strongly recommended to apply only Philips S10 or S10E starters (for 18W types S2 or S2E) to achieve the published lifetimes, and to install new starters when relamping.
        A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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