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GE Hungary Arcstream ARC250/T/H/960 250W MH lamp in the storage of Carmel hospital

GE Hungary Arcstream ARC250/T/H/960 250W MH lamp in the storage of Carmel hospital

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This lamp suitable for floodlighting and roadlighting and is a daylight rare-earth MH lamp.
250 means 250W, T meas tubular, H means horizontal burning position and 960 means Ra8=+90 and 6000K.
I think that this lamp can be operated on all types of HID ballasts for 250W lamps (Mercury, HPS and MH reactors)

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Manufacturer:GE, Hungary
Model Number:Arcstream ARC250/T/H/960
Wattage:250W
Lamp Type:Tubular quartz metal halide lamp
Base:E40
Factory Location:Hungary
Fixture Type:For floodlights and roadlights. Horizontal burning only
Colour Temperature:6000K (Lower on HPS ballast)
Use:For floodlights and roadlights. Horizontal burning only
Lamp Shape:European T style straight tubular
Colour Rendering Index:Ra8=+90
Ballast Type:Reactors for 250W mercury, HPS and MH lamps
Fixture Location:Storage of Carmel hospital

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Sep 13, 2011 at 01:50 PM Author:
Where in the Hospital would they use these dor?
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Sep 13, 2011 at 11:59 PM Author: dor123
LinearSLI/H: Floodlighting but probably also the square lowbays near the lecture hall.
I don't know how the MH lamps in these lowbays burning, but this lamp is only for horizontal burning, so if the lamps in the square lowbays there burns horizontal, this lamp isn't suitable for them. The same thing is about the Philips HPI-T.
But i think that they will use it, in their floodlights, as all of their lowbays have Na-Sc MH lamps.

I"m don't speak english well, and rely on online translating to write in this site.
Please forgive me if my choice of my words looks like offensive, while that isn't my intention.

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