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LED retrofit for miniature bayonet 24V indicator incandescent and neon glow lamps in the Storage of Carmel hospital.

LED retrofit for miniature bayonet 24V indicator incandescent and neon glow lamps in the Storage of Carmel hospital.

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This LED lamp, uses as a retrofit for 24V indicator incandescent and neon glow lamps.
This was the first time that i saw a LED retrofit for these lamps.
In the base, is the same thing that stand alone indicator LEDs of mains supply operated appliance have, to limit their current and lower the voltage and rectify it.

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Unknown
Lamp
Lamp Type:2 miniature LEDs
Base:Miniature bayonet (Similar in size to the miniature edison screw of european incandescent lamps for nightlights), Aluminum
Shape/Finish:Tubular, directional (Similar to the equivalent neon glow lamp)
Service Life:100,000 hours (12 years)
Fixture
Ballast Type:Probably a simple resistor (Series capacitor and bridge rectifier like LED nightlights, may also possible)
Location:Storage of Carmel hospital
Electrical
Voltage:24V DC
Optical
Lumen Efficacy:Higher then 24V miniature incandescent and neon glow lamps
Color Temperature:I don't know which color it produces but it may be red, reddish orange, orange or amber
Physical/Production
Application/Use:Direct retrofit for miniature bayonet 24V indicator incandescent and neon glow lamps

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Jun 12, 2011 at 01:45 PM Author: SeanB~1
These invariably have a bridge rectifier and a series resistor, nothing else, as it is about all that you can fit inside the base. If meant for DC operation often only the resistor.
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