|Model:||R-80 Spot - Blue|
|Wattage:||60W (42W Measured)|
|Bulb/Tube material:||Glass. Rear internally aluminised. Blue Lacquer coating applied to outer surface|
|Peak output wavelength:||N/A - Broadband emission|
|Total light output:||Unknown|
|Rated lifetime:||1500 Hours|
|Operating voltage:||230V AC|
|Cost (original):||£2.99 (Q3 2004)|
|Place of manufacture:||Canada|
|Date of manufacture:||2004|
Not a huge amount to say about this lamp. This is a conventional reflector type incandescent lamp. The main things to note about it would appear to be that despite the 60W rating - it's only consuming a touch over 40W, maybe someone marked the lamp incorrectly, and this is in fact a 40W model?
The lacquer coating on this lamp is somewhat unusual in that it covers the entire lamp, rather than just the face. It is however worth noting that after a few hours of operation, it started to discolour significantly - not to mention smelling awful! Think Candela need to think about that problem a bit!
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