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Status 110 volt 42 watt Halogen GLS lamp

Status 110 volt 42 watt Halogen GLS lamp

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Here you see a STATUS 110 volt 42 watt Tungsten Halogen GLS Lamp with Clear Bulb & ES cap, this lamp is designed to be used for General lighting on Construction / Building Sites where the 110 volt Supply is used for safety, this lamp is as bright as a 60 watt Filament Lamp.

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Manufacturer:Status Lighting
Model Reference:HALOGEN-110V/42W/ES/CLEAR
Lamp
Lamp Type:Tungsten Halogen GLS Lamp
Filament/Radiator Type:Tungsten Halogen Burner
Base:E27 or ES (Edison Screw)
Shape/Finish:A60 Pear Shape Clear
Service Life:2000 Hours
Fixture
Fixture Type:General Lighting on Building/Construction Sites
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Wattage:42 watts
Voltage:110 volts
Current:0.38 amps
Optical
Lumen Output:700 Lumens
Color Temperature:2850 deg K
Color Rendering Index:CRI-100
Physical/Production
Dimensions:106mm x 60mm
Factory Location:Europe
Fabrication Date:2017
Application/Use:Lighting of Building/Contruction Sites

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Mar 13, 2018 at 10:10 AM Author: rjluna2
Curiously, this one has 700 lumens rating compare to Everyday Living Clear Lights Bulb 43 Watts which it has 750 lumens rating

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Mar 13, 2018 at 10:25 AM Author: sailormoon_01_uk
I think this lamp has a more rugged Filament within the Halogen bulb as it is designed for Construction Sites (Possibly Rough Service).




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Mar 13, 2018 at 10:28 AM Author:
Interesting, there's a shop that sells 110V tools and supplies (although I don't think I'll be buying any power tools from them anytime soon, £250 for a drill is just a tad out of my price range ) just down the street from here, I'll have to see if they have any of these.
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Mar 13, 2018 at 02:06 PM Author: CEB1993
Cool, I have never seen a halogen A19 bulb designed for rough service uses. 46 watts and 700 lumens is a little less efficient than 43 watts and 750 lumens like most 120 volt clear halogen bulbs. Perhaps it's underdriven for longer life.

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Mar 13, 2018 at 02:45 PM Author: rjluna2

I think this lamp has a more rugged Filament within the Halogen bulb as it is designed for Construction Sites (Possibly Rough Service).

I see, thanks Colin

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Mar 13, 2018 at 02:59 PM Author: sailormoon_01_uk
Yep tried to check on the Status website, but unable to as you need to log in WTF, if people need to check on their products why do you need to register your details with a lighting company




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Yep tried to check on the Status website, but unable to as you need to log in WTF, if people need to check on their products why do you need to register your details with a lighting company

It's the same with a lot of places these days, for some reason. At least the electrical wholesaler's site I used the other day let me check out as a guest.
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Mar 14, 2018 at 03:31 AM Author: F96T12 DD VHO
Why a weird wattage, oh wait to save energy

What if you use it on something like 125V

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Mar 14, 2018 at 03:54 AM Author: Beta 5
Interesting lamp. This is the first time I think I've seen a European halogen retrofit in 110v.


Yep tried to check on the Status website, but unable to as you need to log in WTF, if people need to check on their products why do you need to register your details with a lighting company


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Mar 14, 2018 at 08:58 AM Author:

Why a weird wattage, oh wait to save energy

What if you use it on something like 125V

You'd over-drive it a bit, lamp life would be somewhat less than the rated value. 110V is used here on construction sites for safety reasons, from a 240/110V step-down transformer like this:



Actually, with the higher-than-normal voltage we have here (245-248V) the output from the transformer tends to be nearer 120V than 110V anyway.
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Mar 14, 2018 at 11:20 AM Author: ace100w120v
Interesting! While I will never fully understand the electrical mains and wiring devices of regions other than my own (United States) it's interesting how in the States we are 120v/60Hz. So in theory this lamp would work here, and be about the 750 lumens of ours.

The 46w power rating is interesting to me as well; ours are 43w.




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Mar 14, 2018 at 11:23 AM Author:

Interesting! While I will never fully understand the electrical mains and wiring devices of regions other than my own (United States) it's interesting how in the States we are 120v/60Hz.

That works for both of us, I'll never understand the American system, if it actually is a system, that is
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Mar 14, 2018 at 12:25 PM Author: rjluna2
For the American system from what I understand that we have 120 and 240 Volts for the single phase system. 277/480 and 347/600 Volts for three-phase system.

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Mar 14, 2018 at 04:56 PM Author: Keiron
I never knew Status did 110 volt lamps.

Mazda lamps stay brighter longer :-)

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