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EOL 200w Silica Light Bulb

EOL 200w Silica Light Bulb

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Yesterday this light bulb (in my desk lamp) passed away quietly after several years of service. Although there are couple on stock I choose to replace it with a clear one made by Sylvania in Romania. It is much brighter (3080 lm) than this opal one was.

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Light Information

Manufacturer:Philips
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Lamp Type:Incandescent
Filament/Radiator Type:Single coil
Base:E27
Shape/Finish:Opal (Silica)
Electrical
Wattage:200
Voltage:220-230
Physical/Production
Dimensions:17x8cm

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Dec 25, 2019 at 09:32 AM Author: merc
200W in a desk lamp? That must be a lot of heat!

Not a misoLEDist...

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Dec 25, 2019 at 10:09 AM Author: Daniel f
I have a clear osram version of 300w with e27 lid! sure it lights well to read on a desk lamp
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Dec 25, 2019 at 10:14 AM Author: Headgardener

200W in a desk lamp? That must be a lot of heat!


Its a big lamp. My cat loves to rest on the desk even more when this lamp is on.
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Dec 25, 2019 at 10:18 AM Author: Headgardener

I have a clear osram version of 300w with e27 lid! sure it lights well to read on a desk lamp

I have some of these in use in the basement. Actually I do not notice much difference between 200W and 300W. 300W and E27 base are a rare combination. Most of my 300W have a E40 (Goliath) cap. And all have a clear envelope.
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Dec 25, 2019 at 10:24 AM Author: Daniel f
I agree ! the base e27 is more common up to 200w. For 300w, e40 is used. Anyway, a 200w bulb is around 3010 lumens. (if it is a good brand). A 300w bulb is around 4850 lumens! It is not a huge difference. But if you notice difference. I will soon show photos of the osram 300w e27 copy from 1960!
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Jan 08, 2020 at 04:33 PM Author: Globe Collector
Do you still have this, or are you going to dispose of it? I see it is a Philips Argenta...I have the B22d capped version of this and I'm looking for the E27 variant. This example looks to be from Weert...that plant has been closed and gone for nearly a decade now.


Here in Australia 300w was the highest power rating that was available in E27, B22d (and of course E40), you could get 500w photoflood lamps (Dutch Philips) with E27 and B22 caps, but these don't really count as they are "special" use.

Sylvania from Romania....that's an unusual combination.....what was the name of the Romanian brand...."Electroimpex"?


I have no Romanian lamps, but I would be interested in acquiring one.

Manufactured articles should be made to be used, not made to be sold!

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Jan 08, 2020 at 04:56 PM Author: Daniel f
Hi . globe collector I have in my gallery in the 300w section. a philips argenta lamp with a tight round shape. It has 300w base e40 and Roman numerals in the base. if you want to see it and add something
 
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Jan 08, 2020 at 05:36 PM Author: Globe Collector
Daniel I will tell you how to make a link in a comment using "bullitin board code"....which is a bit like html, (hyper-text markup language) that web pages are written in.


You can simply "left-click-hold-swipe" the URL of the page you want to link to, copy it and paste it like this:-

https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?album=2434&pos=55&pid=118758

This should appear in blue hypertext and if you left click over it it will take you to the page it is the URL of (A carbon filament lamp of mine). However the URL looks a bit "ugly and cumbersome" so you can actually hide it behind some text as I have done above, where I have hidden it behind the words, "make a link".

I will show you how it is done:

This is what I typed above:

"Daniel I will show you how to {url=https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?album=2434&pos=55&pid=118758}make a link{/url} in a comment....."

Now I have to "cobble" the bulletin board code so when I load the comment it WILL NOT work and you can see the code. I have done this by simply replacing "[" with "{" and "]" with "}". So if yo use "[ ]" in place of "{ }" it will work. {url= .......} turns the link functionality on and {/url} turns it off again. "......." is where you put the URL of the page you want to link to.

You can use this process to link to ANY web page on the net (in this example it is James' home page), not just here in Lighting Gallery.

These "markup languages" use "TAGS" to turn functionality on and off. Html, the language most web pages are written in, uses
"<>", so if you want italic text on a web page you simply turn it on with the tag command <i> and the following text will be italic, if you use <b> then the following text will be both italic and BOLD. To turn them off again you place a "/" in the tag like this</b> which will turn bold off, then this </i> to turn italic off as well.

However, whereas html uses "< >", this blog's software reacts to"[ ]" instead, so they are very similar. Get the drift??


Here are some of the commands:

{i}{/i} Turns italic on and off.
{u}{/u} Turns underscore on and off.
{b}{/b} Turns bold on and off.
{url=......}{/url} Turns hypertest ability on and off.

There are many more, but you would have to look up "Bullitin Board Code" or "Bulletin Board Markup Language" in Google to see them all.

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Jan 08, 2020 at 06:05 PM Author: Daniel f
https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?album=5104&pos=14&pid=167999} thanks for the info . Check it out if it can be. tell me what you think
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Jan 08, 2020 at 06:17 PM Author: Daniel f
I have learned to put the page. Tomorrow I'll try to do more tests. It's over 1 in the morning here
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Jan 08, 2020 at 09:25 PM Author: Globe Collector
Yes, that is a very early Argenta made at the "White Lady" plant in the late 1920's. It probably has "milk" glass and is not internally coated with powder as the example here is.

The later Argentas, c1960 Onwards, were made in Weert about 15Km SSE of Eindhoven using a more conventional bulb with a greater radius of bulb-to-neck transition and internally powder coated with Titanium Dioxide. The plant is now closed and demolished.

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Jan 09, 2020 at 02:29 AM Author: Daniel f
Thank you very much for the information! Thanks to you and learned to pick up the tight round bulbs. Since they are very old. I show you another bulb philips 500w with silver mirror and jaeger tube in the stove. I found this lamp interesting
 
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Jan 15, 2020 at 11:54 PM Author: Headgardener

Do you still have this, or are you going to dispose of it? I see it is a Philips Argenta...I have the B22d capped version of this and I'm looking for the E27 variant. This example looks to be from Weert...that plant has been closed and gone for nearly a decade now.


Here in Australia 300w was the highest power rating that was available in E27, B22d (and of course E40), you could get 500w photoflood lamps (Dutch Philips) with E27 and B22 caps, but these don't really count as they are "special" use.

Sylvania from Romania....that's an unusual combination.....what was the name of the Romanian brand...."Electroimpex"?


I have no Romanian lamps, but I would be interested in acquiring one.


No problem for the Sylvania 200W E27 Clear Made in Romania (would be EUR 7,-) but the transport is the issue. The tarif for Australia/Tasmania is EUR 25,- for up to 2 Kilograms and it takes weeks. Faster would be approx. EUR 80,-. Should you be interested feel free to write me a personal message.
Sorry but the 200W Argenta went into the bin.
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Jan 16, 2020 at 03:53 AM Author: Globe Collector
Thanks for the offer...it was the Argenta I was really interested in as it makes a mate for my B22d capped model. I have no way the send money, so I'd just send a similar (Australian made) lamp to you from my collection.

If I were to do it, it would be the 7 Euro long duration and I just have to risk it. I received some lamps brom Basel in Switzerland recently, they cost about 35 CHF for about five A-60ish lamps and one R125 (Siccatherm) lamp in the same box...all arrived intact.

Such a shame you chucked it, even E.O.L. it still has quite some value as the plant is now long closed and it is irreplacable.

Manufactured articles should be made to be used, not made to be sold!

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