Today I decided to play with Philips TL-D Master series fluorescent tubes. Since I noticed I have 4 of 5 available Philips TL-D Master series fluorescent tubes, I decided to make a side to side comparison between all four. The only one that is absent is vitalite one, witch if I'm not wrong, is called 750. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. Nice tubes. They have high CRI, They are bright, and have a moderately long life. Probably the biggest photo montage I had to do this year :)
|Manufacturer:||Philips Master TL-D Series|
|Model Reference:||827 830 840 765 (Warm white, Peach white, Cool white, Daylight)|
|Filament/Radiator Type:||double coil|
|Service Life:||approx 30k hours (These tubes have very long life. Philips takes pride in the products it is making)|
|Color Temperature:||2700k 3000k 4500k 7500k|
|Color Rendering Index:||High|
|Factory Location:||Poland, Holland|
|Fabrication Date:||somewhere in late 2000s|
|Application/Use:||For outdoor/indoor lighting|
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|File Size:||478 KB|
|Date added:||Apr 28, 2019|
|Dimensions:||2464 x 1751 pixels|
|Date Time:||2019:04:28 22:48:17|
|DateTime Original:||2019:04:28 19:19:17|
|Exposure Bias:||0 EV|
|Exposure Time:||33334/1000000 sec|
|Focal length:||3.5 mm|
|Software:||Windows Photo Editor 10.0.10011.16384|
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Westinghouse OV-25s at sunset.
Good quality things are awesome. Cheaply made things are not.
My idol is Mylene Farmer, deal with it.
New lighting technologies is a pity fest everywhere you look. From LEDs that last only for two months, to a never-ending global starvation of t8 fluorescent tubes.