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Soviet 150 watt lamp

Soviet 150 watt lamp

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This is another 150 watt lamp, tho I can't recall where I got it from. Sadly, doesn't work. It is NOS but doesn't work. 150 watt 230 volt and the etch is in further picture. It has a normal sized envelope for 150 watt lamp.

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Lamp
Lamp Type:Incandescent
Filament/Radiator Type:single coil
Base:e27
Shape/Finish:round ball
Service Life:approx 10k hours
Electrical
Wattage:150w
Voltage:220v
Optical
Color Temperature:2700k
Physical/Production
Factory Location:USSR probably
Application/Use:For outdoor/indoor lighting

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Feb 12, 2020 at 04:19 AM Author: Pyte
It is interesting to me that a 150 W incandescent lamp has a wreath filament with 5 filament-holders.
At my location, Tungsram had not applied this type of filament at NORMAL incandescent bulbs supplied by network-voltage between the power 40-300 W. The range between 40-100 W only coiled-coil filament was used with the ordinary two support-wires, except for 40 W colour normal (pear) vacuum lamps. In this exceptional category has an other exception: a very few percentage of these coloured bulbs stayed clear (or in network-volage 40 W clear incandescent bulbs were applied single coil with wreath and 5 supports in vacuum).In the past only between 150 and 500 W was used C-shape filament with support-numbers required by the voltage.
Then above 300 W normal bulbs only the single-coiled wreath shape with 5-supports was used.

LED-lighting is pseudoscience.
LED-lighting is only a generated demand.
LED-lighting came to life simply by business interest.

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My idol is Mylene Farmer, deal with it.


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Feb 12, 2020 at 12:47 PM Author: vytautas_lamps

It is interesting to me that a 150 W incandescent lamp has a wreath filament with 5 filament-holders.
At my location, Tungsram had not applied this type of filament at NORMAL incandescent bulbs supplied by network-voltage between the power 40-300 W. The range between 40-100 W only coiled-coil filament was used with the ordinary two support-wires, except for 40 W color normal (pear) vacuum lamps. In this exceptional category has an other exception: a very few percentage of these colored bulbs stayed clear (or in network-volage 40 W clear incandescent bulbs were applied single coil with wreath and 5 supports in vacuum).In the past only between 150 and 500 W was used C-shape filament with support-numbers required by the voltage.
Then above 300 W normal bulbs only the single-coiled wreath shape with 5-supports was used.

Yes, I also find this unusual because I never saw another one like this, I would guess that this could be a soviet traffic lamp, because traffic lamps from soviet era usually has this shape filament. Maybe at this high of a wattage, it was used in some 10 lane massive highway, I couldn't be more uncertain about the use of this lamp. Main fact is that soviets never put more matter and time into making anything, other than bare minimum. Lamps were not an exception. The lamps had the simplest of filaments, and more intricate filaments, like this individual in the picture, only were made for some special use. So that is where my guess lays at that this is a traffic lamp.

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.
We shall reinforce ourselves with good old full mercury t12s and HIDs made to surpass one's life, and give them all the middle finger ;

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Feb 13, 2020 at 11:16 AM Author: Pyte
Here 9 support wires have the lamps (named "RESISTA") made for traffic signal lanterns, 7 (named "ROUGH SERVICE") for street-lighting in the past. 7 or 5 support wires have the tiny globe, candle or pigmy vacuum lamps. I don't know what depends on exactly. 5 or 3 supports for the pear bulbs depend on the voltage. I wrote all these about network-voltage (105-260 V) wreath filaments only.

LED-lighting is pseudoscience.
LED-lighting is only a generated demand.
LED-lighting came to life simply by business interest.

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