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Norelco 4' WarmWhite 60w (High-Output)

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Filename:N48WW-HO.jpg
Album name:XmasLightsGuy / T12 & Over
Manufacturer:Norelco
Model:F48T12/WW/HO
Power Consumption:60
Working Voltage:75 ?
Overall Width / Diameter:T12
Overall Length:46"
Cap Type:Recessed Double Contact (RDC)
Light Colour Temp:3000k
Lumen Output:-unknown-
Burn Position :Any
Run-Up Time :Rapid-Start
Comments:Its rare that I see HO lamps in anything but cool-white...so I grabbed all 4 the store had (also helped that they were only $ .25 each LOL) All appear to be in new condition.
Date / Code:-unknown-
Country Of Origin:USA
Filesize:52 KiB
Date added:Mar 02, 2012
Dimensions:600 x 678 pixels
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Alan_M   [Mar 02, 2012 at 04:19 AM]
I didn't know they made HO tubes in warm white either. I figured HO/VHO's were normally used for commercial applications that would favour cool white or daylight.
Tom   [Mar 02, 2012 at 10:22 AM]
Norelco, where have I seen that name? I think it's a commercial refrigeration brand here! I wonder if this will run switchstart on that ballast Kev sent you? $.25!! That's around 15p here!
Linear_SLI   [Mar 02, 2012 at 10:37 AM]
Thats a fantastic price to get tube for, that just WOULDN`T happen here!! Sad
Jay   [Mar 02, 2012 at 05:28 PM]
@Al_M HO/VHO is used in commercial applications (in particular cold locations - like refrigeration/freezer units, and ofcourse outdoors) VHO is also used for aquarium lighting.

@Tom_N I believe Norelco is owned by Philips. This will fire up on that switchstart ballast I got from Kev Smile but if i were to leave it running it'd overheat the ballast (interestingly a 5' HO lamp won't fire up, it just blinks like its EOL. might work if i get a capacitor?)

@LinearSLI-H This was at a second-hand/thrift type store..normally they sell fluorescents for $1 (its a mix of new & used..I always dig through for the 'interesting' ones)
funkylamp   [Jan 10, 2013 at 07:10 PM]
Good score at least it not a boring finds

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