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This lamp, (sodium/scandium), has more of an `apple white` colour thats not captured by the camera.

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Model Reference:Kolourarc MBIF BUH
Lamp Type:Halide for use on HPS gear
Shape/Finish:Elliptical fluorescent
Service Life:14000hrs
Ballast Type:HPS
Voltage:100 lamp volts
Lumen Output:19500
Color Temperature:4000K
Color Rendering Index:70
Factory Location:UK

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Feb 23, 2012 at 06:35 AM Author:
AppleWhite - 4000K?... All of my MH lamps with sodium scandium are apple white because of voltage supply even with HPI-PLUS lamps on SON gear. The sodium dosen't radiate at maximum.
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Feb 23, 2012 at 07:40 AM Author: dor123
In most MH lamps that have sodium iodide in the arctube, the sodium don't radiates with the same bandwidth as with the HPS. This occurs only in warm white 2700-3000K ceramic MH lamps where the sodium operates at much higher vapour pressures than in a quartz MH lamps, leading to a sodium line and a self-absorption line that are of the same width of the lines in HPS lamps.
However of course, because of the presence of mercury, it have only a single wing on the red part of the spectrum, similar to leaked HPS lamp (The redded out HPS lamps).

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