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Cheap 12V fluorescent light with original halophosphor tube and NEC tube

Cheap 12V fluorescent light with original halophosphor tube and NEC tube

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The NEC tube has NEC famous "quad-phosphor" technology. You can see the difference between cheap and quality here.

Also notice the severe banding on the halophosphor tube. The fitting cold starts the lamps, i.e you see a purple glow at the electrode ends for a couple of seconds before lighting normally.

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Jul 09, 2017 at 04:12 AM Author: Beta 5
5000K it even a bit too cool for me, but compared to the 6500K one it looks lovely.
I actually don't have any 5000K lamps in the collection yet, they seem quite un common.

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Jul 09, 2017 at 04:35 AM Author: Mercurylamps
These 5000K lamps aren't common but the light they give off is rather pleasing being NEC's unique "Quad phosphor" design. The only cool lights I really like.
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