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EIKO 400 watt Clear Mercury Lamps Ex Military

EIKO 400 watt Clear Mercury Lamps Ex Military

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Here you see 2 x EIKO H33CD-400 400 watt Clear Elliptical Mercury Lamps as supplied to the US Military, what is surprising that they were for sale here in the UK, although Clear Mercury Lamps (Type MB/U) have been discontinued in th UK since the 1980's, they are still popular in the USA and Japan, etc especially as they emit a Greenish Blue light Ideal for Park lighting and Landscape Lighting where they enhance the colours of tree's and grassy area's

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Manufacturer:EIKO
Model Reference:H33CD-400 / H33-1CD / NATO Stock No 6240-00-519-0727
Lamp
Lamp Type:Mercury Vapour Lamps
Filament/Radiator Type:Quartz Arc Tube
Base:E39 or Mogul
Shape/Finish:ED37 (Elliptical Clear)
Service Life:18000 Hours
Fixture
Fixture Type:Industrial, Commercal, Security, Area, Flood & Street Lights
Ballast Type:for US H33 400w Mercury Ballasts
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Wattage:400 watts
Voltage:130 volts
Current:3.25 amps
Optical
Lumen Output:20500 Lumens
Color Temperature:6500 deg K
Color Rendering Index:CRI-20
Physical/Production
Dimensions:295mm x 120mm
Factory Location:China
Fabrication Date:April 2007
Application/Use:Military Lighting

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Jun 13, 2018 at 11:27 AM Author: BlueHalide
Its probably not uncommon to find US Military surplus in many different countries, we currently have something like 900 military bases around the world. What is odd however, is the fact that the US Military was still using 400w clear mercs for some lighting installation in 2007, and the fact that they bought these cheap EiKO lamps that barely last a year. Clear mercury is really only popular here in cheap residential-grade fixtures, however in public-owned and utility-owned installations, its always DX coated lamps. The US Military also uses LOTS of GE products, so its also surprising these aren't GE.
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Jun 13, 2018 at 12:13 PM Author: nicksfans
Clear lamps were used for utility-owned street/area lighting here through the mid-2000s.

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