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Say Goodbye To Old Fluorescent Tubes Install New Flicker Free Led Tube

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Posted on: Friday, 14 June, 2019  13:34
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Say goodbye to your fluorescent tubes which flicker and take time to be operational. Install the T8 4ft LED Tube Glass from LEDMyplace.ca and have enough lumen output to illuminate the whole indoor spaces of the residential as well as commercial spaces.

These Energy-efficient T8 4ft LED Tube Lights » can be easily installed, you just had to remove the existing ballast and connect it with the hot wire and illuminate the whole areas with the proper visibility. It can easily replace the high energy consuming fluorescent tubes and save up to 75% on your utility bills.

Here are few salient features of the T8 4ft LED Tube Lights:

  • Energy-efficient
  • Eco-friendly
  • Flicker-free
  • Low Maintenance Cost
  • The wider beam angle of 120 degrees
  • CRI>80
  • Aluminum housing for better heat dissipation
  • IP44 Rated

At LEDMyplace.ca you will get a 5-year manufacturer warranty and 24/7 customer support service at (437-800-1071) and 30-days return policy.

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