Here's my latest eBay find. Two American made Philips 500 watt T3's. Considering their age, I'll be keeping them as collection items as they are older than me. I really like the cardboard packaging these older Philips halogens use. These have 4 filament supports and unique light blue end caps. Does anyone know where in the USA these were made? There is an "X" with a circle around it that probably indicates the factory location.
|Lamp Type:||T3 Halogen Lamp|
|Voltage:||125 to 130 Volts|
|Lumen Output:||9500 Lumens|
|Factory Location:||Richmond, KY, USA|
|Fabrication Date:||D2, April 1992, and K2, October 1992|
|Application/Use:||Work lamp, garages, space heater, flood lighting in the yard, or anywhere brilliantly bright light from a compact lamp is needed|
|Download:||Download this File|
|File Size:||449 KB|
|Date added:||Nov 22, 2017|
|Dimensions:||1848 x 2464 pixels|
|Date Time:||2017:11:22 13:17:11|
|DateTime Original:||2017:11:22 13:17:11|
|Exposure Bias:||0 EV|
|Exposure Time:||1/30 sec|
|Focal length:||4.15 mm|
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