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General Electric Saf-T-Gard General Purpose CFL Bulb
General Electric Saf-T-Gard General Purpose 26 Watts CFL Bulb

Fabrication Location: China
Ballast: Electronic Integral
Keywords: Lamps

General Electric Saf-T-Gard General Purpose CFL Bulb

General Electric Saf-T-Gard General Purpose 26 Watts CFL Bulb

Fabrication Location: China
Ballast: Electronic Integral

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Filename:P2260429.JPG
Album name:rjluna2 / Fluorescent Lamp
Keywords:Lamps
Company and Date Manufactured:General Electric Company RF093 (Ballast Box)
Model Number:FLE26HT3/2CVG/BX
Wattage:26 Watts
Lamp Type:Clear Silicone Coated
Filesize:340 KiB
Date added:Feb 26, 2011
Dimensions:2048 x 1536 pixels
Displayed:198 times
Color Space:sRGB
Contrast:0
DateTime Original:2011:02:26 18:37:56
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Exposure Mode:0
Exposure Program:Program
Exposure Time:1/30 sec
FNumber:f/3.1
Flash:Flash, Auto-Mode
Focal length:6.3 mm
ISO:125
Light Source:Unknown: 0
Make:Olympus Imaging Corp.
Max Aperture:f/3.1
Model:FE210,X775
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vaporeyes   [Feb 27, 2011 at 12:31 AM]
That's a good idea for a CFL in an exposed fixture.
dor123   [Feb 28, 2011 at 04:16 AM]
I think SAF-T-GUARD in this chinese GE electronic CFL, means (In North America) fireproof, so the ballast either willn't be exploded or catch fire at the end of lamp life, or more correctly, the fire from the ballast, willn't be erupted outside the ballast case, which is itself fireproof.
TiCoune66   [Feb 28, 2011 at 11:10 PM]
Actually this CFL has a coating of some sort of sillicon. It'll avoid the CFL from flying apart in case of a tube rupture.
A_lights   [May 01, 2011 at 09:44 PM]
I have one of these in 15W they are now in higher wattages like this.
RCM   [Aug 07, 2011 at 04:41 AM]
The electrodes in these seem to be on a much longer stem then the normal ones, that was from the one I was looking at in the store!

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