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Hi
does anyone know the lux rating (or wattage equivalent) for a white 12" cold cathode?
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http://www.mbelectro...iew.aspx?id=261

that's got the voltage....not sure about the wattage...though...that would depend on the lamp itself....


http://www.hardwarec...athode_Kit_Dual

that one says the average wattage is plus or minus 3.7

Edited by dsenette, 30 November 2005 - 08:07 AM.

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Yeah it depends on the actual cathode itself some can be very hgh some less so usually tells you on the spec list for that particular cathode.
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http://www.mbelectro...iew.aspx?id=261

that's got the voltage....not sure about the wattage...though...that would depend on the lamp itself....
http://www.hardwarec...athode_Kit_Dual

that one says the average wattage is plus or minus 3.7


Thanks. The first link gave a rating of 15000cd/m² I can get the equivalent lux from that.
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