They are little escape to the use of evergreen and dark synonymous and synonymous I suspect that maybe mercury vapor ... In any case, the light scrap!
Now I'm on the search for clever energy-saving lamps.
You can be either 3200 K or synonymous daylight, do not flicker and may have no green cast. However, I've found so far nothing clever, according to what gives power, 65 W or more.
Have you perhaps got an idea what I could screw inside there?
Antwort von carstenkurz:
Without a description or mapping of the bulb you will hardly help you can. The tubes are long-TC-L as I know it only as a quality product of OSRAM. But that should not be synonymous to the lamps on it. E27 Spiral ESL's likely it for the wattage probably rather not be? Although, the store has even said with up to 85 watts. Since then I would be surprised not synonymous, when things grow old prematurely. Better substitute for it with useful light color, probably to get constant brightness and are heavy.
If it is the long curved TC-L are single ended and again expectations, cheap goods, even after searching OSRAM TC-L 55Watt. The available in various colors of light for little money. I paid for my 4 ¬.
Perhaps, however, are synonymous in the ballasts that thing shit :-(
Antwort von Predator:
However, it is E27 Spiral lamps! The ballasts are inside the bulbs. The lamp is only ne simple version, in my opinion.
But this is only synonymous China imported goods. But perhaps even more luck with their lamps.
In your place I would move to a model with more 55W TC-L - that are much cheaper (because the ballast in the lamp, the lamp not plugged in). Moreover, per se, more because of the greater length a lamp with extension.
Antwort von PowerMac:
We use energy saving lamps with 110 watts. Full Spectrum and huge. E27 version. Corresponds to about 300 to 400 watts. 6400 Kelvin.