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Philips philinea 35W linear incandescent lamp

Philips philinea 35W linear incandescent lamp

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I got this when I bought old stereo rack cabinet many years ago. I thought I had throwed it away long time ago, but when I was cleaning storage room last weekend I found it again. Surprisingly, the filament was still ok. The lampholder(or should it be called fixture) is made by Osram. I think Osram called these lamps by name Linestra.

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Manufacturer:Philips
Lamp
Base:S14d
Shape/Finish:270
Service Life:1000Hrs
Electrical
Wattage:35W
Voltage:230V
Physical/Production
Dimensions:300mm

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SuperSix
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Oct 26, 2010 at 07:25 AM Author: SuperSix
I've always known them as architectural lamps, they go back a few years!

Atlas Lamps - Seeing Is Believing!

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Oct 26, 2010 at 07:34 AM Author: rjluna2
Oh! You found the fixture for the unique incandescent light bulb.

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Oct 26, 2010 at 11:49 AM Author: duluxs
They are quite common in germany and you can still buy the lamps as well as the fixture.

Especially the 60 W version with two sockets is used very often.

May be due to the very warm and comfortable light colour...
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Oct 26, 2010 at 12:30 PM Author: Roi_hartmann
Lamps are still avaiable in Finland too. but you rarely see anymore these lamps in use. I have heard that back in 80's these were really trendy lamps. New lamp will cost something around 8 to 15 euros here. based on what I have seen, one socket lamps are more popular here. also, I have never seen 120W model myself. Downside of these lamps is very poor efficiency. 35W lamp produces something around 220 lumens in contrast that 25W regular incandescent produces same amount of light. worst is the 120W model wich produces 840 lumes wich is about same as regular 75W incandescent lamp. also, because the filament is so long, its prone to break easely. still these are somehow very unique lamp. are these counted as a special lamps or will EU bann these as well?

Aamulla aurinko, illalla AIRAM

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Oct 26, 2010 at 01:18 PM Author: f36t8
I think they are already banned (at least the frosted ones).

I have heard that they were popular over bathroom mirrors in the 70s here.
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Oct 27, 2010 at 11:06 AM Author: Roi_hartmann
I didnt know they made clear ones too those would probably look pretty fancy. I have only seen frosted ones.

Aamulla aurinko, illalla AIRAM

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Jun 06, 2011 at 01:20 PM Author: SeanB~1
The clear ones are not as nice, the frosted are a lot better, even with the poorer output.
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