What is a pl-t lamp?

What is a pl-t lamp?

The PLT Compact Fluorescent Lamp is a specialist light source featuring a specific GX24 cap that has 2 or 4 pins at the base. Compared to a conventional light source the PLT is a very efficient lighting solution that saves up to 60% in energy usage and lasts up to 15,000 hours.

What is a TL light?

TL lamps and TL fluorescent tubes are ideal for homes, offices, and decorative purposes. The TL lights maintain exceptional colour consistency and perfect light distribution. Back to Fluorescent lamps and starters.

What is PLC CFL?

The PLC Compact Lamp is a hugely popular CFL lighting solution for indoor applications that is 50% smaller than a twin tube compact fluorescent making it perfect for space limiting applications and light fixtures, or simply where you need a CFL!


Essential LEDtube is an affordable LED tube that is suitable for replacing T8 fluorescent lamps. The product provides a natural lighting effect for use in general lighting applications, as well as instant energy savings – an environmentally friendly solution.

What exactly are PL lamps?

What exactly are PL, PLL, PLC, PLT, PLS, PLR, PLH, PLQ lamps? PL lamps are plug-in fluorescent lamps and became widely known since Philips marketed its PL series non-integrated compact fluorescent lamps including PL-L, PL-C, PL-T, PL-S, PL-R, and PL-Q.

What does pl-t mean on fluorescent light bulbs?

PL-T stands for plug-in lamps with triple compact fluorescent turns (3U). PL-C stands for plug-in cluster fluorescent lamps. PL-R stands for radius model (round socket) plug-in lamps.

What does commonly mean in lighting?

Commonly refers to ceiling and wall fixture lighting that is plain and durable. Utility fixtures usually feature plastic lenses and diffusers instead of glass. The housing may also be of molded plastic. A fixture installed behind a horizontal shielding over a window or along a wall.

What is a pendant light fixture?

The word also refers to a style of hanging fixture with a single, central luminous element (like a cone, globe or dish), distinguished from a chandelier, which typically has several arms or luminous elements. This type of design is known as mini-pendant lighting when smaller, or just pendant lighting.