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GE 100W High Pressure Sodium

Here is a GE Lucalox 100W high pressure sodium twin arc tube standby XL lamp.

Made in: Hungary

Manufactured: May 2014

CRI: 22

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Filename:DSC08065_GE_LU100_XL_HPS_Standby_Lamp.JPG
Album name:lite_lover / HID Lamps - High Pressure Sodium
Keywords:Lamps
Company and Date Manufactured:GE
Model Number:LU100/SBY/XL/ECO
Wattage:100W
Lamp Type:High pressure Sodium
Filesize:315 KiB
Date added:Jan 14, 2018
Dimensions:2592 x 1944 pixels
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lightingfan8902   [Jan 14, 2018 at 09:51 PM]
lightingfan8902
I like the twin arc tube HPS lamps, they're more reliable.

streetlight98   [Jan 14, 2018 at 10:20 PM]
streetlight98
Yeah I like the standby lamps too. They're a little hard to find though. I've never seen them used around here. They cost a lot more than normal lamps, probably because of lower demand. Can't be much more in materials since nothing is added but the second arc tube. Less material than two separate bulbs!

lightingfan8902   [Jan 15, 2018 at 05:15 AM]
lightingfan8902
Yep, especially if one arc tube goes EOL, the other one will take over. They used them in high masts also, for longer life.

joe_347V   [Jan 16, 2018 at 06:35 AM]
joe_347V
Yeah I don't think we used these here even back when everything was HPS. Kind of a interesting concept. I think in Japan they have lamps with twin MV arctubes and and even stranger one with a HPS and MV arctube. I believe that one needed a special 3 contact socket.

ZarlogH46   [Jan 18, 2018 at 12:33 AM]
ZarlogH46
I remember reading somewhere that in Japan they have hybrid HPS-MV streetlights in some areas. In foggy weather or winter, the HPS is used but all other times the MV is used.


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