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10th fav 100W self-ballasted merc Eye, 13W prolight preheat cfl, older programmed start Ge 20W cfl, vintage 24W phillips circline adaptor with 22W chuanshi, and the 26W dimmmable westy cfl.

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Dec 26, 2009 at 12:27 AM Author: Medved
Horizontal is not a good position for SBMV, they are usually limited to vertical +/-~15..20deg

No more selfballasted c***

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Apr 26, 2010 at 02:12 AM Author: dor123
Alight: The GE 20W cfl in this picture is not programmed start. Programmed start ballasts uses a programmed amount of time to preheat the cathodes so their hot restrike is similar in time to cold strike. Most of the hiqh quality old electronic CFLs uses preheating ballasts that lay on the temperature of the lamp and the electrodes and so are not considered programmed start and have more stress on the electrodes (Can be called preheat electronic ballasts). Programmed start electronic ballasts in Israel can have a cost of 250 NIS (67$) and even more. There were (and still are) only a few CFL models with a programmed start ballast for special applications that require massive turning on/off as they have theoretically unlimited cycles. One european example of programmed start CFL is Osram Facility and i bet it costs in Israel more then 200 NIS (53.59$). Also dimmable CFL also have a programmed start ballast.

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