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F24 Slimline and F20 Strips

F24 Slimline and F20 Strips

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Here is my F24 Slimline strip next to my F20 strip. Can you tell which one is brighter?

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Lithonia (F20T12 Strip) Day-Brite/Thomas Lighting Industries (F24T12 Strip)
Lamp
Base:Single-pin Slimline and Medium Bi-pin
Shape/Finish:T12
Fixture
Ballast Type: magnetic trigger start (F20) magnetic instant start (F24)
Electrical
Voltage:120v
Optical
Color Temperature:Daylight

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Sep 22, 2020 at 06:45 PM Author: Powergroove
Interesting that the slimlines say EX, there has to my knowledge never been any restrictions placed on 2' slimlines.

Keep government out of the lighting industry.

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Sep 24, 2020 at 12:54 AM Author: suzukir122
These are both High Power Factor... it's easy to tell with that flash pattern from the Trigger Start fixture... but as far as which
one is brighter... I have no clue. Especially since the Slimline lamps each run 1 wattage higher than the regular F20 lamps.
That Slimline fixture definitely has some strange flash patterns.

It'd be awesome if you kept this going though... you've got the HPF Trigger Start, you've got Slimline... why not make an HO Rapid Start version
as well? (Only problem with that is smaller HO lamps would be tough to find)

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Sep 26, 2020 at 01:22 PM Author: Seth11

These are both High Power Factor... it's easy to tell with that flash pattern from the Trigger Start fixture... but as far as which
one is brighter... I have no clue. Especially since the Slimline lamps each run 1 wattage higher than the regular F20 lamps.
That Slimline fixture definitely has some strange flash patterns.

It'd be awesome if you kept this going though... you've got the HPF Trigger Start, you've got Slimline... why not make an HO Rapid Start version
as well? (Only problem with that is smaller HO lamps would be tough to find)

I actually DO have an F24/HO fixture!!!

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Sep 26, 2020 at 01:27 PM Author: Seth11
I guess the camera doesn’t show it but, the Slimline is a bit brighter.

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