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Old drawing I found

Old drawing I found

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This was a sketch I made a few years ago (long before I joined LG) of a self-ballasted mercury vapor reflector lamp. The idea behind this was to have a long-lasting retrofit for 65w incandescent floodlight lamps. It has a 20w mercury vapor arctube mounted horizontally, and the top (face) of the lamp would be coated in an /N phosphor. It also has an electronic ballast in the base, but from a realistic standpoint these would have no chance against LED lamps. Plus, it probably wouldn't last long when used base up because the electronic ballast wouldnt be able to take the heat.

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Lamp
Lamp Type:SBMV
Filament/Radiator Type:quartz arctube
Base:medium
Electrical
Wattage:20
Voltage:120
Optical
Color Temperature:around 3000k
Physical/Production
Application/Use:residential retrofit for recessed cans

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Album name:Lumex120 / Metal halide/Mercury vapor
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Date added:Mar 20, 2017
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Mar 21, 2017 at 01:45 AM Author: Mercurylamps
Inventive. Back when I was a young boy I always drew up stuff that I felt was a good idea, like I wanted a go-kart powered by washing machine motors, car batteries and having mercury lamps for headlights.
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Mar 21, 2017 at 05:09 AM Author: rjluna2
Nice

I need to find some lighting drawing I have made in all of my young years

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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