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More Efficient Incandescent Lamps?

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by TKM, Jun 2, 2009.

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  1. TKM

    TKM Guest

  2. Also on nanotubes in the tungsten strcuture itself, if I remember correctly.

    Jeff Waymouth
  3. Liron

    Liron Guest

    A lightbulb with output equivalent to a 100W light bulb consuming 60W isn't
    that much of an improvement. Current A-shaped tungsten halogen bulbs which
    are equivalent to a 100W incandescent bulb consume 70W of energy. This is
    in Australian and other 220V/230V/240V countries.

  4. That's what meant, in a round about fashion. It was after he retired
    and he patented the idea.

    Jeff Waymouth
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