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General Electric 42 and 45 Watts CFL
General Electric 42 Watts, 2700 Lumens and 12,000 Hours CFL bulb and 45 Watts, 45 Watts, 2900 Lumens and 8,000 Hours bulb.
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General Electric 42 and 45 Watts CFL

General Electric 42 Watts, 2700 Lumens and 12,000 Hours CFL bulb and 45 Watts, 45 Watts, 2900 Lumens and 8,000 Hours bulb.

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File information
Filename:PB230282.JPG
Album name:rjluna2 / Fluorescent Lamp
Keywords:Lamps
Company and Date Manufactured:General Electric Company
Model Number:FLE42HLX/2XL/TP6 and FLE45HLX/2/SW/CD
Wattage:42 Watts and 45 Watts
Lamp Type:Compact Fluorescent Light
Filesize:151 KiB
Date added:Nov 23, 2009
Dimensions:640 x 480 pixels
Displayed:633 times
Color Space:sRGB
Contrast:0
DateTime Original:2009:11:23 18:49:22
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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A_lights   [Nov 23, 2009 at 10:04 PM]
that makes no sense how Ge manufactrured two different models of basically the same bulb.
FGS   [Nov 23, 2009 at 10:21 PM]
Not exactly the same lamp. Both are different sizes. I have both of them. The 45w one is dead. The 42w one is smaller than the 45w one. Hope I find another 45w one to replace the dead one I have.
rjluna2   [Nov 23, 2009 at 11:19 PM]
The 45 Watts bulb I got today (2009-11-23) at Sandy Springs, GA Ace Hardware. That is the last bulb they have in stock Sad
lightman64   [Nov 24, 2009 at 01:23 AM]
The larger wattage GE Spirals don't seem to be that reliable. I have had a lot of problems with them.
Medved   [Nov 24, 2009 at 08:22 PM]
I think the 42W is a replacement of the older 45W one. But anyway 42lm/W is way too low for such larhe fluorescent...

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