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.
|Filament/Radiator Type:||quartz arctube|
|Color Temperature:||around 3000k|
|Application/Use:||residential retrofit for recessed cans|
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|File Size:||186 KB|
|Date added:||Mar 20, 2017|
|Dimensions:||1144 x 1442 pixels|
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Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.