Found this one in a floor lamp in my hotel room during a stay in Vancouver BC last year. CNA is apparently a Canadian brand located in nearby Burnaby. The light was an unusual 4100K "cool white." It really lit up the room nicely and had a very quick warmup for a spiral, plus it was amazingly compact for a spiral that size (I have a a 45w GE Helical and it's huge in comparison). According to the CNA web site, this lamp is recommended for base-down operation.
|Lamp Type:||Compact fluorescent|
|Service Life:||10,000 hrs rated|
|Fixture Type:||Incandescent floor lamp|
|Ballast Type:||Electronic, instant-start|
|Color Rendering Index:||82|
|Factory Location:||Burnaby, BC, Canada|
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|File Size:||69 KB|
|Date added:||Mar 11, 2008|
|Dimensions:||785 x 668 pixels|
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Jeremiah The Bullfrog
Verd a ray classic.
May all the great lighting technologies have their place in history.