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European GE Lucalox 70w Clear HPS Lamp

European GE Lucalox 70w Clear HPS Lamp

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Here you see a brand new old stock European GE LUCALOX LU70/90/MO/I/E27 70w Clear High Pressure Sodium Lamp with Internal Starter, this Lamp is designed for operating on a Simple European HPS Ballast (Choke) without the need of a Electronic Ignitor, Ideal for Fittings with minimal space for Control Gear, this lamp is EAC approved EAC = Eurasian Conformity Mark for safety of light industry products - Number TR CU 017/2011.

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Manufacturer:GE Lighting Ltd
Model Reference:LUCALOX - LU70/90/MO/I/E27
Lamp
Lamp Type:High Pressure Sodium Lamp
Filament/Radiator Type:Sintered Alumina Oxide Arc Tube
Base:E27 or ES (Edison Screw)
Shape/Finish:Elliptical Clear
Service Life:17500 Hours
Fixture
Fixture Type:Industrial, Commercial, Amenity, Area, Security, Flood & Street Lights
Ballast Type:for European 70w HPS Ballast
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Wattage:70 watts
Voltage:90 volts
Current:1.0 amps
Optical
Lumen Output:6100 Lumens
Color Temperature:2000 deg K
Color Rendering Index:CRI-25
Physical/Production
Dimensions:156mm x 72mm
Factory Location:Hungary
Fabrication Date:0915 = September 2015
Application/Use:Indoor/Outdoor Lighting

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Nov 03, 2019 at 04:43 PM Author: Lamp_Master
Never seen one like this. Can you please add a photo with a close-up wiew of the starter? It looks like a glow starter. The only type of lamp i have seen with an internal ignitor was a philips, and it had a bimetalic switch attached directly from the conductor to the arc tube, and at the touching point the arc tube had some kind of printed conductive material on it. After start-up, the arc tube heated up and the bi-metal stayed departed from the tube.
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Nov 03, 2019 at 11:37 PM Author: Edmund Ironside

Never seen one like this. Can you please add a photo with a close-up wiew of the starter? It looks like a glow starter. The only type of lamp i have seen with an internal ignitor was a philips, and it had a bimetalic switch attached directly from the conductor to the arc tube, and at the touching point the arc tube had some kind of printed conductive material on it. After start-up, the arc tube heated up and the bi-metal stayed departed from the tube.


The bi-metallic strip arrangement is common on higher wattage lamps as they can handle the higher currents. On lower wattage lamps a heavy duty glow bottle starter is usually utilised as it is cheaper and works just as well. Many manufacturers did this, I own a Philips lamp that uses just the same arrangement.

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Nov 04, 2019 at 02:33 AM Author: SilverRay
In lamps with power rate more than 70W, like 260W, 340W (Russian DNaMT) or 360W (Japan Iwasaki HPS lamp) the glow starter connected in series with current limiter -- wire (Russia) or surface (Japan) resistor: https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?album=search&cat=0&pos=1&pid=160778
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Nov 04, 2019 at 02:49 AM Author: dor123
I think I've seen 70W HPS lamps with the glow starter being connected to a ceramic resistor in series (Similar to the resistor of mercury lamps).

I"m don't speak English well, and rely on online translating to write in this site.
Please forgive me if my choice of my words looks like offensive, while that isn't my intention.

I only working with the European date format (dd.mm.yyyy).

I lives in Israel, which is a 230-240V, 50hz country.

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