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Sähköliikkeiden Oy 731/732 outside

Sähköliikkeiden Oy 731/732 outside

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This is so basic a Finnish fluorescent fixture. Some of these are still in use. These painted reflectors was common in this time.

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Manufacturer:Sähköliikkeiden Oy
Model Reference:731/732
Lamp
Lamp Type:fluorescent T8
Base:G13
Fixture
Ballast Type:magnetic, preheat
Electrical
Wattage:2x40W (36W)
Voltage:230V
Current:0,42A
Optical
Color Temperature:4000K
Color Rendering Index:80+
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Finland
Fabrication Date:~1970

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Jun 05, 2019 at 02:06 PM Author: merc
What's the closer (brown-red) starter? Or is it just an empty starter socket?

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Jun 06, 2019 at 12:49 PM Author: Make
It is a electronic Aura Quick Strike- starter, with a clear, yellow cover. There is a red circle too. Other one is a basic GE 155/500 glowbottle.
For some reasons some ones of both models are stopped working before the tube itself, even they are replaced at the same time.
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Jun 06, 2019 at 12:55 PM Author: halofosfaatti

It is a electronic Aura Quick Strike- starter, with a clear, yellow cover. There is a red circle too. Other one is a basic GE 155/500 glowbottle.
For some reasons some ones of both models are stopped working before the tube itself, even they are replaced at the same time.


I have heard that series compensated fixtures break these starters prematurely. May the other ballast be series compensated? If I even understood right.

Too many things are secret. Only open information can really preserve old technology.

I like fluorescent and other conventional lighting and old electronic equipment. Today's things are not made to last.

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Jun 06, 2019 at 01:00 PM Author: Froggy05

It is a electronic Aura Quick Strike- starter, with a clear, yellow cover. There is a red circle too. Other one is a basic GE 155/500 glowbottle.
For some reasons some ones of both models are stopped working before the tube itself, even they are replaced at the same time.

I knew it! I have same Aura -starter in my bathroom.

Don't care my errors in Writing and my bad English.
LED fad off!
Fluorescent and low pressure sodium are best!

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Jun 08, 2019 at 11:49 AM Author: Froggy05
I have now photo of that.

Don't care my errors in Writing and my bad English.
LED fad off!
Fluorescent and low pressure sodium are best!

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Jun 08, 2019 at 01:33 PM Author: Make
It is just same version.

Any of these should't be the series compensated fixtures. There is a same problem in many brand and aged fixtures.
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Jun 08, 2019 at 01:49 PM Author: halofosfaatti

It is just same version.

Any of these should't be the series compensated fixtures. There is a same problem in many brand and aged fixtures.


May the ballast be partially shorted? If it is, lamps and starters will run at higher current and burn out faster.

Too many things are secret. Only open information can really preserve old technology.

I like fluorescent and other conventional lighting and old electronic equipment. Today's things are not made to last.

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Jun 08, 2019 at 07:05 PM Author: Roi_hartmann

I have heard that series compensated fixtures break these starters prematurely. May the other ballast be series compensated? If I even understood right.

If I recall correctly, Aura quick strike starters are not designed to be used with series compensated fixtures. The proper starter would be Aura power strike.

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