Lucalox that is. And I live on the first floor. This is a non cycling lamp and it has, quite prominently, a starting antenna. For some reason it is quite difficult to ignite even then, and one of my ballasts won't start it, thus the massive sputtering on the top electrode. On the other ballast it flickers and flashes purple but it runs up like a normal lamp. Hoping to burn it out so it burns Mercury color...though perhaps it just goes "out"?
|Lamp Type:||High pressure sodium|
|Service Life:||24,000 hrs rated|
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|File Size:||321 KB|
|Date added:||Jan 17, 2019|
|Dimensions:||2464 x 1262 pixels|
|Date Time:||2019:01:16 19:11:07|
|DateTime Original:||2019:01:16 19:11:07|
|Exposure Bias:||0 EV|
|Exposure Time:||1/30 sec|
|Focal length:||4.15 mm|
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