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OSRAM DULED 21W/827

OSRAM DULED 21W/827

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Finally I found this OSRAM lamps which I am using in the hallway. I have 2 of them and they are runnig in LED nightlight mode all the time. I liked the idea of a night light cfl but my Philips Ambience Nightlight has only 9watts which is too dimm. Especially at night it is much more comfortable for the eyes to have a "moonlight" instead of 2 * 21 watts cfl power. Lets see how long they will last as they are made in China...

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Manufacturer:OSRAM
Model Reference:DULED 21W/827 0,3W LED
Lamp
Lamp Type:CFL with led night light
Base:E27
Service Life:6000h rated
Fixture
Ballast Type:Hyprid for CFL and LED
Electrical
Wattage:21W / 0,3W
Voltage:220 - 240
Current:166 mA
Optical
Lumen Output:1250
Color Temperature:2700 (CFL)
Color Rendering Index:>80
Physical/Production
Factory Location:China
Fabrication Date:2009?

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Sep 28, 2009 at 07:53 PM Author: arcblue
I have the "Sylvania" version of this Osram lamp, but it's made differently - the LEDs are in the base of the lamp; the tube coil is the "compact" design with the ends horizontal rather than a vertical rise, and a switch controls modes - LEDs only, or CFL with LEDs lit as well. Also, the LEDs are daylight, but the tube is 3000K - so it's like a colour-changing lamp! The nice thing about LEDs being in the base on that one is it makes the tube coil glow as if they are lit, very dimly.

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Sep 29, 2009 at 01:03 AM Author: Prismatic
Found the lamp in the internet - looks better then mine. The Osram is only available with 2700k - the leds have 6500k.

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Sep 29, 2009 at 01:08 AM Author:
I have something similar see here
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Sep 29, 2009 at 05:36 AM Author: Prismatic
Thank you. Is this the switch on the left side of the base which arcblue mentioned? Is it also possible to change the modes with the main light switch?

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Sep 29, 2009 at 12:07 PM Author: Medved
It seems for US versions it is changeable only by the small switch on the bulb, while EU style uses power cycling (so the wall switch) for the same functionality. The reason might be, then Europe style lanterns have their light source mostly covered (as 230V incandescents tend sometimes to explode on their EOL due to arcing, compare to 120V lamps - for higher voltage is easier to create an arc), so the switch on the lamp would not be accessible.

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