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Here I acquired from catalog, don't remember which.

It featured really a blacklight LED's

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Manufacturer:Can You Imagine
Model Reference:Glow and Go
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Factory Location:China

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Jul 25, 2009 at 10:59 PM Author: KEDER
Are florescent the only TRUE blacklights? cause idk hpw they make blacklights with incandescent ot LED... or even MV!
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Jul 26, 2009 at 12:18 AM Author: Silverliner
Not true, I have a mercury vapor blacklight, see my avatar. Works really well! The incandescent blacklights you find at the party stores don't work well, they're just dark purple bulbs. But the Purple-X incandescent blacklights work almost as good as fluorescents because they use an overdriven high wattage filament.

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Jul 26, 2009 at 10:34 AM Author: Medved
I would not use those incandescent black lights.
1) their output is VERY little.
2) They are hot as regular lamp of at least triple wattage - the coating often block the IR, so the heat should be convected instead of radiated...
3) They last VERY short
4) They are not much cheaper then fluoro blacklights, i guess even the same price as fluoro with the same output (hard to compare, as fluoros emit MUCH more desired UVA)

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Jul 26, 2009 at 11:32 AM Author: Alights
I have a flashlight That I will post a pic of which has 5 black light leds in them. They do work quite well.
@Medved,I do agree with you about how incandescent black lights are very crappy. I do wish blacklight 8 ft fluo lamps existed.
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Jul 26, 2009 at 11:37 AM Author: Medved
I know F4T5 used in battery powered money-checkers, but here BLB are offered in the 9W PL-C format (and with their output intended for household parties...)

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