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Our storage of burnt out flourescent bulbs at work. The long T5 bulbs are from Philips and are ones that have come out of our own fixtures, we are running all flourescents in the storage and staff areas. In the store we use 35W 3000K MH spotlights. The rest of the bulbs are bulbs that customers leave for recycling when buying new bulbs. There are some really nice ones here like a couple of British made GE lamps. Most of them are just plain Osrams and other common stuff.

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Aug 12, 2019 at 07:49 PM Author:
Interesting EOL on T5 with banding! Is it 80W HO?

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Aug 13, 2019 at 12:51 AM Author: Proteus

Interesting EOL on T5 with banding! Is it 80W HO?

Even more interesting: The tubes seems to be EOL, not the ballast
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Aug 13, 2019 at 01:09 AM Author: Edmund Ironside
They are 35W High efficency T5 tubes (Wish they where HO, we could use the extra light!). We have been using Philips for a long time but lately we have been getting AURA Lighting tubes instead. The Fixtures downstairs are Swedish made but i do not remember the brand. They use HF ballasts. On the upstairs we have some other kind of fixture (ut we have never had to change a tube there, uses same kind of tubes, since opening the store in 2012.

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