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Mazda Reflector fluorescent

Mazda Reflector fluorescent

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These possibly date back to the late 60's.
Note the NSW GR etch. This stands for New South Wales Government Railways.
These were Government issue tubes for use at railway stations although some of them "grew legs" and made themselves available for use elsewhere!

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Manufacturer:Thorn
Lamp
Lamp Type:T12 linear fluorescent with internal reflector
Fixture
Ballast Type:Switch start
Location:Sydney
Electrical
Wattage:40
Optical
Color Temperature:4300k
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Australia

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Jan 11, 2016 at 06:09 AM Author: rjluna2
That's interesting, the 4300K colour temperature is about Cool White in our market (4100K).

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Jan 11, 2016 at 07:20 AM Author: LegacyLighting
Lovely old tube from the E.L.M.A lamp works in Newcastle, looks to be early 1970's.
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Jan 11, 2016 at 12:10 PM Author: Flurofan96
I'd say it be early 70s too, that fixture

Thats a very interesting etch, that reflector tube has got

I will give LEDisease a taste of my shoe

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Jan 11, 2016 at 03:59 PM Author: rapidstart
That's interesting. I wondered whether these came from the E.L.M.A. factory. There was some doubt in my mind due to the different style of end cap which looks identical to the ones on Atlas tubes of a similar vintage whereas end caps on E.L.M.A. T12 lamps were crimped and later with (what I call) a beveled edge. Just my observations.

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Jan 11, 2016 at 04:10 PM Author: ManofHID
Old school! I like it!

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