Re: What about 110v?
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Subject: Re: What about 110v?
Date: 3/25/2005 6:39:38 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: What about 110v? posted by
Ya I saw that program to, didnt he fry an egg on one of those light fixtures. My interst was high also as I have been into LEDs lately. Only LEDs still has along ways to go beat out all other light sources, desides costing to much thou they have come down price.
I am sure someone could build a copy of the lifetime bulb here if they wanted to. Something is blocking this fix. UL may even be stopping this for the goverment or and LB manufactures.
Me I switched to the screw fluorecent bulbs to replace standard bulbs in many places, the indoor & outdoor flood type have to warm up to work well. I even use one above the stove that one was the worst bulb in the house appliance or fans bulbs did not help at all.
The garage & basement already have the 4' bulbs.
The basic rule is fluorecent bulbs are great for all day or and night lights, not to be turned on & off many times a day. Like in a bathroom still using a standard bulb is best or a motion sensing porch light if it goes on alot.
BTW if you get the 220 bulb get a socket to as you should need it.
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