PK30d/PK18d Lamps

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Airfield Lamps Figure 7

Part NumberMOLWattDescriptionLamp Life (hrs)
LA-590792.3″(T4)1506.6A, PK30d, T4, Qtz, male flat connectors, 2.26″. Substitution: Osram: 58724. Lamp Specs (PDF)1000
LA-6116LL2.3″ (T4)1006.6A, PK30D, male leads. Brand: Narva (Philips). Lamp Specs (PDF)2000
LA-64341Z2.3″(T4)1006.6A, PK30d, male leads1500
LA-J1/802.3″(T4)1006.6A, PK30d, male leads, T4, 2.3″. Application: L850. Substitution: Philips*: 6116. Lamp Specs (PDF)1500
Airfield Lamps Figure 3

Part NumberMOLWattDescriptionLamp Life (hrs)
LA-6371C2.36″1006.6A, PK18d, twin female leads. Brand: Narva (Philips). Lamp Specs (PDF)1000
Airfield Lamps Figure 8

Part NumberMOLWattDescriptionLamp Life (hrs)case
LA-6118LL2.3″(T4)1506.6A, PK30d, female leads. Lamp Specs (PDF)2000100
LA-61212.17″ (T4)1006.6A, PK30D, halogen with female flat connectors. Brand: Narva (Philips). Lamp Specs (PDF)1000
LA-6130LL2.3″(T4)456.6A, PK30d, female leads. Lamp Specs (PDF)2000100
LA-6139LL2.24″ (T4)2006.6A, PK30D, twin female leads. Brand: Narva (Philips). Lamp Specs (PDF)2000
Airfield Lamps Figure 9

Part NumberMOLWattDescriptionLamp Life (hrs)case
LA-6303LL2.283″456.6A, Pk30d, male leads, 2.28″. Substitution: Osram: 64317. Lamp Specs (PDF)2000100
LA-6313LL2.283″2006.6A, PK30d, male leads, 2.44″. Application: Honeywell, ADB PAPI, ATG ZA420. Substitution: Crouse Hinds: 10047-2477, GE: 80590, HA-GEX0044, Osram: 64382. Lamp Specs (PDF)1000100
LA-6392LL2.283″1506.6A, PKX30d, male leads. Lamp Specs (PDF)2000100

T=Tube. Multiply T# by 1/8″ to get diameter.
* Philips (DBA Narva)

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Lamp Life

Lamp life rating is the point in time when 50% of the tested samples have burned out and 50% still shine.

Lumens, Candlepower, Footcandles

In lighting, the basic unit for the amount of light produced by a light source is called a lumen. As with any unit of measure, the lumen must be related to some physical standard. A candle of specific composition and size serves this purpose and is said to emit one candlepower. If this candle were placed at the center of a sphere having a radius of one foot, one lumen, by definition, would fall on each square foot of the sphere’s surface. Since, from geometry, the total surface area of a one-foot radius sphere is 12.57 square feet, there are 12.57 lumens given off by the standard candle. One lumen falling on 1 square foot of a surface produces illumination of one footcandle.

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