T8 Series

Four-Foot Linear Lamp

The Cree® linear LED T8 lamp delivers up to 2100 lumens of enhanced spectrum 90 CRI light while achieving up to 105 lumens per watt. The Cree LED T8 mimics the light distribution of fluorescent lamps by delivering an optimized beam spread meeting critical light spacing requirements. The T8 lamp is available in a wide array of color temperatures and is compatible with more than 90 percent of existing fluorescent ballasts. The T8 lamp is easy to install and fits into linear fluorescent fixtures, making it a perfect upgrade solution where energy savings and long life are critical – immediately saving up to 30% in energy costs when compared to 32W fluorescent T8s.
  • Compatible with >90% of electronic T8 ballasts, including instant start, programmed start, rapid start and dimmable fluorescent ballasts
  • Offers up to 30% energy cost savings and payback in <3 years when compared to 32W fluorescent T8s
  • Efficacy: 85-105 LPW at system level
  • Lamp Delivered Light Output: 1700-2100 lumens per LED lamp*
  • System Power: 20 watts**
  • Lamp Watts: 18.5**
  • CRI: 90+; Utilizes Cree TrueWhite® Technology
  • CCT: 3500K, 4000K
  • Controls: Dimmable (ballast dependent)
  • Lifetime: Designed to last 50,000 hours
  • DLC Qualified (2100 lumen only)
  • Operating temperature of -25C to 45C
  • Limited Warranty***: 5 Years

*Nominal ballast factor
**Varies by ballast
***Please visit our warranty webpage for warranty terms




Lumen Output

Color Temp.




LED T8-48

20W, 1700 Lumens - 85 LPW

20W, 2100 Lumens - 105 LPW

3500 Kelvin

4000 Kelvin

120-347 Volt
Ballast Dependent


Single boxed lamps

Tray pack lamp (Bulk Pack)

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