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Cesium lamps, high pressure, PCA arc tube

Cesium lamps, high pressure, PCA arc tube

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Engineering samples, different mixture - Cs + Hg, + Xe

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Manufacturer:TESLA, plant No.1 Holešovice
Color Temperature:ca 3000
Factory Location:Praha, Plant No.1 Holešovice
Fabrication Date:1992

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Oct 04, 2012 at 03:29 AM Author: marcopete87
does they works?
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Oct 04, 2012 at 04:36 AM Author: dor123
It is just a shame, that caesium have too much IR emission. If it would have only the visible radiation, it would be more efficient and we would have High Pressure Caesium lamps (HPC) instead of HPS lamps.
Caesium have many lines in the visible spectrum and a white light also at a low pressures (Like in a spectral lamp). What happens to its spectrum emission at high pressures?

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Oct 04, 2012 at 06:32 AM Author: Globe Collector
Oh Stan, I want one! The one on the right looks the same as the one in the middle! What do they look like when they run? Does the cesium attack the PCA very rapidly? Do you have any Rubidium or Potassium Ones?
What happened to the Getter in the one on the Left?

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