Like BLB lamps, these lamps emit highly concentrated radiation between 315nm and 400nm (at peak 352nm). Other specifications are similar to those of general fluorescent lamps for illumination. They are used for trapping insects, luring lamps, photosensitization and photochemical reactions.


Type
Lamp
Wattage
(W)
Dimensions (mm)
Shape
Cap
Lamp
Current
(A)
Ultraviolet
Output
(W)*1
Average
Useful Life
(h)*2
No.60081
IEC
Length
(L)
Diameter
(D)
F4T5.BL
4
134.5
15.5
Straight
G5
0.162
0.5
3,000
1020
F6T5.BL
6
210.5
15.5
Straight
G5
0.147
0.9
3,000
1030
F8T5.BL
8
287
15.5
Straight
G5
0.170
1.4
3,000
1040
F10T8.BL
10
330
25.5
Straight
G13
0.230
1.5
4,000
-
F15T8.BL
15
436
25.5
Straight
G13
0.300
2.6
4,000
2120
F20T10.BL
20
580, 588.5
32.5
Straight
G13
0.360
3.7
4,000
2230
F40T10.BL
40
1,198
32.5
Straight
G13
0.420
8.1
5,000
2430

Blacklight lamps (BL) have shape, structural, and electrical characteristics similar to general fluorescent lamps used for illumination. They also have similar lighting circuits.
Therefore, ballasts and glow starters used for general fluorescent lamps can be used for Blacklight lamps (BL) of this type.
*1 Total amount of the ultraviolet rays between 315nm and 400nm.
*2 When the ultraviolet ray output becomes 60% of the initial output (after 100 hours of lighting).

Warning:
The radiation of these lamps is harmful to eyes and skin. Protect your eyes and skin against the ultraviolet rays.