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Philips Master TLD F27 F36T8 fluorescent tube, the twin sister of Poland Philips Master, made in Holland.

Philips Master TLD F27 F36T8 fluorescent tube, the twin sister of Poland Philips Master, made in Holland.

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This is the really nice tube. This is the very well selling brand in Europe, the Philips co called "Master TLD" banded tubes. My school has installed these tubes in every single fixture, because they have very good CRI, lumen efficiency and lumen output. This is the twin sister of the Poland made tube, pretty much the same thing, except the Poland made tubes has four large dots on the etch, and Holland made ones has blank space. These tubes have a really long life time and they were sold on WW, CW and DL. I have not seen them in Full daylight or extra warm white. These tubes use Amalgam instead of straight mercury, so they are mercury starved, but the high quality phosphor compensates that, because these tubes are extremely bright, like seriously dude. They are so bright it hurts my eyes to look at them, and when reaches full brightness, i.e. the wavy part in the middle goes away and brightens up, these tubes are brighter than LEDs. Nice tubes, like, really. Also, these being Warm white, I don't hate them. These are different type of warm white, I really like this color, mainly because it doesn't has this really disgusting peach undertone that really makes my stomach turnover. These tubes are shifting towards full yellow, not orange-peach. I can see myself installing these in my kitchen lights if I really wanted to, but nah, NOS Pila CW F40T12 ones are far better.

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Light Information

Manufacturer:Philips
Model Reference:Master TLD F36T8 27/30
Lamp
Lamp Type:Fluorescent
Filament/Radiator Type:double coil
Base:G13 bipin
Shape/Finish:Tube
Service Life:approx 20k hours
Electrical
Wattage:36W
Voltage:220v
Optical
Lumen Output:High
Lumen Efficacy:Moderate
Color Temperature:3000k
Color Rendering Index:High
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Holland
Fabrication Date:somewhere in early 2000s
Application/Use:For outdoor/indoor lighting

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Feb 11, 2019 at 10:36 AM Author: dor123
These lamps starts as mercury starved, but as the mercury evaporates from the amalgam to the inside of the tube as mercury vapor, the lamp brightens to its optimal output.
This lamp have triphosphors unlike the older TL-D that contains halophosphors. The spectrum of fluorescent lamp is more evenly distributed than the spectrum of white LED and don't have any intense blue peak like the white LED. Also, LED is a directional point light source.
I usually find 24W, 39W, 49W, 54W and 80W T5 high output lamps as much more glaring than triphosphors T8.

I"m don't speak English well, and rely on online translating to write in this site.
Please forgive me if my choice of my words looks like offensive, while that isn't my intention.

I only working with the European date format (dd.mm.yyyy).

I lives in Israel, which is a 230-240V, 50hz country.

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