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277V, 68W, mogul base

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Album name:rlshieldjr / Fluorescent
Keywords:Lamps
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Date added:Jun 07, 2015
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DateTime Original:2015:06:04 10:48:24
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Make:Casio Computer Co.,ltd.
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Model:EX-Z9
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merc   [Jun 07, 2015 at 01:20 PM]
merc
277V Question What's the purpose of this lamp?

A_lights   [Jun 07, 2015 at 03:25 PM]
A_lights
my guess would be retrofits like bypassing a ballast and wiring the socket up to 277V mains . or the remaining incandescent highbays in a factory

rjluna2   [Jun 08, 2015 at 11:18 AM]
rjluna2
Ahh, the Mogul base! Thanks, Rick Smile

rlshieldjr   [Sep 07, 2015 at 04:23 AM]
rlshieldjr
These replaced the failed induction lamps in globe fixtures, we installed a mogul socket and used these directly to the 277volt line. The 2700K shown was the wrong color, sent by the distributer, we asked for 5000K to match the existing induction. The 2700K look Orange compared to the 5000K


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