2013-12-18 11:57:22 UTC
is rated at 4000 watts and 235 volts, but is only 350 mm long. This
far more power per unit length than any other linear lamp I have
The lamp label gives the manufacturer as Solaronics IRT, but their web
site has no information for any IR lamps.
I have been told that the lamp was actually manufactured by Philips,
but, as far as I know, Philips has never made IR lamps with this power
density. To confuse the situation further, when I search for "Philips
infrared lamp" I get a number of Chinese manufacturers who claim to
sell "Philips" lamps, which I know are not made by Philips. Has the
term "philips lamp" become generic for certain lamp types?
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