48W 8ft T8 LED Shop Light - 5800 Lumens - 48 Watt - 120W Replacement - Single FA8 Pin 6500 Kelvin - Utility Shop and Ceiling Light
Out of the three main sizes in LED tube - 2ft, 4ft, and 8ft, the 8ft can be considered as the brightest LED tube because of its ability to deliver a higher lumen output to serve larger applications and higher energy efficiency than what you get with the other sizes. While our 8ft LED tube is available in two main wattages -- 40W & 48W, the 48W can deliver a significant amount of lumens -- 5800 lumens. Having a beam angle of more than 120 degrees, the 8ft LED tube has 3-4 times longer lifespan than the fluorescent tubes, considering the longest lifespan of any fluorescent tube as 15,000 hours. This 8ft LED tube works without ballast and hence the ballast must be bypassed. With an excellent heat dissipation system, this 8ft LED tube is designed to work smoothly and for longer. The 40W 8ft LED tube can replace 120W of any 8ft fluorescent tube and bring about 75% of energy savings. As UL listed product, the 8ft LED Tubes is high on safety. You have a completely risk-free 5 years of warranty from the manufacturer's end when you make 8ft LED tube as your lighting choice.
- Available Wattage: 48 Watt
- Color Temperature Available: 6500K
- Luminous Flux Available: 5800 Lumens
- Wattage Equivalent: 120W
- Lifespan: 50,000 hours
- Voltage: 120V - 277V
- Beam Angle: 120 Degrees
- Trim: Clear
- Ballast Bypass [Works without a ballast]
- 5 yearsof Manufacturer's Warranty
This LED tube requires you to either remove the ballast or bypass it. We have prepared a step-by-step guide to help you bypass the ballast to successfully install your LED tube.
Whether it's 2ft, 4ft or 8ft LED tube, one of the jaw-dropping features of LED tubes is that they don't flicker unlike what you would have definitely observed in case of fluorescent tubes. The LED tubes start instantly and once they start, they don't flicker and produce a humming sound.
The LED tubes that are either clear or frosted have an IP44 rating. This rating signifies that our LED tubes are protected against dust-tight (objects in the dust that are of a size more than 1mm) and protected against water-ingress from all directions. For such reasons, LED tubes are safe for use in areas where there are moisture and water. E.g. Bathrooms, kitchens etc.
The LED tubes that are either clear or frosted have an IP44 rating. This rating signifies that our LED tubes are protected against dust-tight (objects in the dust that are of size more than 1mm) and protected against water-ingress from all directions. For such reasons, LED tubes are safe for use in areas where there is moisture and water. E.g. Bathrooms, kitchens etc.
Low Maintenance Cost
The LED tubes will require low or no maintenance if you are going for a ballast bypass option of LED tube installation. Though not very frequent, but you may have to replace the ballasts once in the total lifetime of LED tubes, if you are going for ballast compatibility option and hence you will have to bear with slightly higher maintenance costs when choosing the former option.
>50,000 Life Hours
The lifespan of LED tubes is no less than 50,000 hours or 5.7 years, if the tubes are operated upon for 24 hours a day. Can last longer, if the tubes are kept ON for only 12 hours a day.
The CRI being greater than 80 for LED tubes, whatever object comes in the light distribution range appears to be real and natural up to 80% extent on a CRI scale of 1-100 and as it would have appeared in the natural light.
120 Degree Beam Angle
The 120 degrees or ultra wide beam angle is made use of when large areas need to be covered. All our LED tubes whether clear or frosted have a 120-degree beam angle.
The LED tubes can save energy up to 75% in extreme contrast with fluorescent tubes that consume lot of energy to bring you a higher energy bill. We highly recommend going for our LED tubes that are an excellent combo of lumen brightness and energy-savings.
Aluminium Heat Sink
The LED tubes have a big heat sink made of aluminum and that's a pretty good reason as to why the LED tubes don't warm up too soon to be inconsistent operation. This is in extreme contrast with the fluorescent tubes that warmed up too soon and required cooling down to operate efficiently.
Embedded inside the LED tube is a high-quality standalone chip -- SMD LED -- made from many numbers of chips to ensure high performance and reliability.
|Base Type:||FA8 , Single Pin|
|Color Temperature (Kelvin):||6500 Kelvin|
|MPN (Part No.):||TB030|
|Beam Angle:||120 Degree Beam Angle|
|Certifications:||UL , CE , ROHS|
|Life Hours:||50,000 Hours|
|Metal Halide Equal:||Single Pin(FA8) 8 feet 80w Tubes|
|Wiring:||Dual Ended, Ballst Bypass Only|
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
how does the three year warranty work
incase of a the product malfunction you will be sending us the bulb and we will send you the replacement
Will these bulbs work with T12 fixtures?
Yes this light will work in T12 fixtures
Will these work in place of T12's?
yes these will replace t12s also
Will they work in cold weather? My existing bulbs are "cold start".
They will work in cold weather. The temperature cannot exceed -8 Fahrenheit.
my fixtures are mounted on side walls can I rotate bulbs to direct light to the floor?
are they available with a frosted lens
I'm sorry these are not available with a frosted lens.
Do the LED tubes need the ballast to be bypassed or can they be put into the fixture and turn it on?
you will need to bypass the ballast on these
HOW DO THESE WIRE UP
We are not allowed to give out wiring instructions out of concern for your safety. Please contact a licensed electrician for help. We apologize!
What is diameter of bulbs?
Are these light ma dimmable?
No sir, these are not.
How is bypassing the ballast done ?
You will have to remove the ballast & join the wires directly.
These come with a wiring diagram?
Yes majority of all our products come with wiring diagrams.
I have t 12 With 8’ tubes will these fit and can I purchase 2 led tubes at a time
These should be able to replace your t12s yes, as long as the wriring is changed t singl-ended power because those tubes have to be run without a ballast. And of these, you can purchase two at a time, yes.
Will these fit old T12 single pin spring sockets?
If those are non-shunted, which you will need, they might. I recommend purchasing the non-shunted tombstones that we sell under our Accessories tab.
Does 1 pc mean 1 tube or 2 tubes
1pc or 1pk is 1 tube.
a normal flourscent has 2 tubes with these do u have to run 2 tubes
You don't *have* to have 2 tubes in your fixture, no.
Are there instructions on how to rewire the fixture for these bulbs
Each tube comes with wiring instructions! They'll be used as double-ended power so you probably won't have to do too much rewiring.
How do you bypass the ballast
There are instructions that come with each tube, I can't give informtion online because it could get lost in translation.
What to replace fluorescent single pinbulbs in detached garage with these 6500 K lightbulbs be suitable , with no heat or insulation or moisture control
Yes! These work extremely well even in extreme cold and some mosture as long as they don't get soaked.
Do you sale the single pin tombstone for 8ft led. The cost of the tombstone.
We do not sell the single pin tombstones unfortunately.
DO THEY COME WITH CENTER SUPPORT CLIP ?
Can I talk to a person before placing my order
Sure, feel free to give us a call at 888-972-6211
Are these tubes breakable
what are shunted sockets?
Shunted sockets means there is only 1 opening for the current to flow through, so meaning there'd be only 1 wire with the socket on one side of the tube and another wire on the other end.
I have two 8 ft florescent bulbs in each fixture,can I put only one 8 ft led in place of two or should 2 led be used?
You can use a bulb in a fixture if you'd like. you don't NEEd to have both.
How do I by pass the ballast?
The wires t either side of it will need to be cut, so the whole thing gets removed.
Do they work at low temps? 20 - 0 degrees f.
They are ratedfor -4 degrees F to 113 degrees F.
Are these shatter resistant?
Yes, they're known as Shatterproof tubes, as they have an aluminum and polycarbonate housing.
How do you bypass the ballast
You cut the different wires that feed from it but if you're unsure, please refer to our instructions or your local electrician. The ballast removal can be done quickly and easily.