21   General / Site News / Re: I've created new smileys for us to play with!  on: February 21, 2020, 08:06:29 PM 
Started by HomeBrewLamps - Last post by HomeBrewLamps
neon flicker flame lamp, anyone? Also working on an animated gif version.

When you make the animated version I will add it!
 22   Lamps / Modern / "A" Lamps Everywhere  on: February 21, 2020, 07:41:22 PM 
Started by GE101R - Last post by GE101R
A sample of a few in stock:

75A19/IF/130V/4M A19 INSIDE FROST E26 BASE
Our Price: $0.36
   
75A19/CL/130V/4M 75 Watt A19 Clear E26 Base
Our Price: $0.36
   
25A19/IF/130V/4M 25 Watt A19 Inside Frost E26 Base
Our Price: $0.36
      
75A19/IF/130V/4M A19 INSIDE FROST E26 BASE - 75 Watt A19 Inside Frost 130 Volt Medium Base, 130 Volt 4,000 Hour    75A19/CL/130V/4M 75 Watt A19 Clear E26 Base - 75 Watt A19 Clear 130 Volt Medium Base 130 Volt 4,000  Hour    25A19/IF/130V/4M 25 Watt A19 Inside Frost E26 Base - 25 Watt A19 Inside Frost 130 Volt Medium Base 4,000 Hour
 23   Advertisements / For Sale or Trade / Re: AEL 325 175w PSMH 277v  on: February 21, 2020, 07:32:16 PM 
Started by fluorescent lover 40 - Last post by GE101R
I purchased a 327 from this seller. Made the two hour drive down to pick it up.

Seller had three AEL 327 1K HPS NOS for sale as well.
 24   General / General Discussion / Re: What did you do today lighting wise?  on: February 21, 2020, 07:24:03 PM 
Started by RyanF40T12 - Last post by fluorescent lover 40
Ok, it's not today necessarily but I took a look at the lights at my uncle's house last Saturday. Replaced an EOL lamp, removed another and unplugged the light (magnetic RS ballast - he doesn't have the time and it's still plenty bright in there without it, told him to plug it back in if he gets another lamp), and scheduled the lights in his elevator for repair.
 25   General / General Discussion / Re: What did you do today lighting wise?  on: February 21, 2020, 06:13:15 PM 
Started by RyanF40T12 - Last post by sox35
How come nobody else is posting on this thread..? We don't want to get accused of hogging it, come on people, what have you been doing..?

Today we made up a display board for our newly acquired 10W SOX lamp, boy did it cause us problems, but hopefully it's ok now, why is it things always take at least 3 times as long as you expect them to..?  Roll Eyes LPS bulb

Pictures to follow  Smiley
 26   General / Off-Topic / Re: Winter weather is coming  on: February 21, 2020, 04:10:05 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by CreeRSW207
Expecting lower 50s this weekend.
 27   General / General Discussion / Re: What did Detroit replace their Leoteks with?  on: February 21, 2020, 03:40:58 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by GE101R
IIRC one article i read said that some of the replacements will be made by a company named 'America's Green Line', partially due to this company being based in Detroit. Though that was back when the whole issue was starting to be reported on, so things could have changed since then.

True...Most of the reports were dated May 2019.
 28   Lamps / Modern / Re: What you think about Philips and Osram LED bulbs ?  on: February 21, 2020, 03:15:02 PM 
Started by Jovan - Last post by Jovan
Thatís interesting, the LED filament lamps they have in the US, (with the filaments mounted on the rings at the top and bottom), that Philips put their name on donít seem to be very reliable?, Iíve seen a few put on here that have failed!
We also have that type here, but I prefer sylvaniaís, (without the rings), but I never had any problems with Philips,s SMT diode ones and have a few in use at home.
As for Osram, I only actually have one of these, and whilst itís a good construction, I havenít used it yet.
I will not use filament because incandescents work well on dimmer switch.I've never seen Sylvania LEDs on Serbian market,but GE and Tungsram LEDs are on sale.
 29   Lamps / Modern / Re: What you think about Philips and Osram LED bulbs ?  on: February 21, 2020, 03:11:30 PM 
Started by Jovan - Last post by Jovan
Hello,
Were do you plan to use them/ What the are you looking for? I guess it will be for home application/ normal application for exchanging normal tungsten lamps, then I would recommend Philips. I have made good experience with those, especially with the LED Filaments compared to LEDVANCE. On The other side, special lamps for example HID Retrfits or GX53 I would prefer LEDVANCE as the are better designed and last longer then the philip.

Kind Regards,
Alex
Thanks for reply.I will use them in standard house environment.I've seen Osram(not LEDVANCE)LEDs on market.Philips bulbs are quite nice.I have one and works nice.I replaced tungsten lamps with CFLs and CFLs with LEDs.Problem is that current LED bulbs which I use are V TAC tend to die fast.V TAC bulbs with SAMSUNG diodes last quite long and give constant CRI and light output.
 30   General / General Discussion / Re: What did Detroit replace their Leoteks with?  on: February 21, 2020, 02:56:17 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by High Intensity
IIRC one article i read said that some of the replacements will be made by a company named 'America's Green Line', partially due to this company being based in Detroit. Though that was back when the whole issue was starting to be reported on, so things could have changed since then.
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