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Carbon Fimament

Carbon Fimament

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Carbon filament lamp manufactured by Robertson running close to full output. I have images of this lamp on my website, it is currently on loan to an exhibition.

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Manufacturer:Robertson
Lamp
Lamp Type:BC
Electrical
Voltage:240

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Jul 24, 2016 at 06:44 AM Author: whitestar
An excellent example and the true lit colour has been captured realy well here,you can see the lamp has been very well made the loop spacings and support wires are perfet.

Keeping the weird away.
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Jul 24, 2016 at 06:56 AM Author: tuopeek
thanks, it is a nicely made lamp. It's not easy to see but the wires supporting the filament are not open looped, they appear to have something like solder attaching them to the filament. Can't be solder with the heat.
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Jul 24, 2016 at 07:00 AM Author: whitestar
yes i have some the same with very dark solder type dot welds but no idea what it was they used to do it.

Keeping the weird away.
I know the inbetweeners game.
Always looking out for the caravan rats.

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