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Bulbrite-715711-10 watt-T3.25-RL base-Clear-X2000 Xenon-24 volt-10 Pack

$26.80

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RLX10/24

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    "If you think you're too small to make a difference…try slepping with a mosquito in the room." -- Dalai Lama

    RLX10/24

    Specs:

    • SKU: 715711 10 Pack
    • Wattage: 10
    • CRI: 100
    • Brand: Bulbrite
    • Power Voltage: 24
    • MPN (Part No.): 715711 10 Pack
    • Base Code: RL
    • Color Temperature: 2800K
    • Life Hours: 20000
    • Lighting Code: X2000â„¢ Xenon: Festoon, Rigid Loop, Rigid Loop Cap
    • Lighting Technology: KRYPTON/XENON
    • Lumens: 90
    • Beam Spread: N/A
    • Finish: Clear
    • Nominal Length (Inches): 1.75
    • Energy Star: No
    • Warranty: N/A

    Description:

    I had the opportunity to give a STEAM presentation to an entire school with teachers and parents in the audience.  The presentation was supposed to incorporate how Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math are important in lighting.  Most of us are not scientists and most of us do not understand the difference between Xenon bulbs and Halogen bulbs.  I am not a scientist, my mom however was an AP Chemistry teacher and when I told her I would be speaking science to a room full of kids a part of her may have wanted to puke.  She knows I can't talk about science.  This wonderful women would spend hours at the dining room table when I was a kid trying to teach me simple science.  So when you think Xenon or Halogen I know you are going back to fuzzy high school memories trying to remember what these words mean.  So I will do my best to keep this simple.

    Xenon and Halogen bulbs are essentially a form of incandescent, using a tungsten filament within the glass that ignites or lights up when electricity flows through it.  The difference between a xenon and halogen bulb is the type of gas that is enclosed with the bulb.  Obviously Xenon bulb uses Xenon gas and a Halogen bulb uses Halogen gas.  One of the most important reasons manufacturers add gas to the lamp is to extend the lamp life.  Xenon is the more expensive gas, it is odorless and it is colorless.  Customers will prefer a Xenon filled lamp because when Xenon is stimulated with electricity it will produce a brillant, bright-white light.  A xenon lamp can also last 5 to 10 times longer than a halogen bulb.

    I also have to admit that that STEAM presentation may have been one of my worst presentations.  I wasn't able to travel to Chicago to give a live presentation and we tried to set up a zoom presentation.  We had so many technical difficulties, I am pretty sure I botched the science and what makes it worse, my mom was in the crowd.  She told me afterwards that I should not be allowed to talk Science to our future - a room full of bright minds that will one day be running our country.  I promise you this, If I ever have another chance to give a STEAM presentation, I will memorize the science portion and I may have my mom write it so I don't start making things up.

    Thanks again for listening and if you have any questions just call a lighting specialist at GoodBulb 1.701.205.4953 and please do one thing to make someone smile today.

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    GoodBulb Founder

    Tom Enright

    • XENON LAMPS: brillant bright-white light
    • XENON LAMPS:last 5 to 10 times longer
    • Thomas Edison:Did not invent the light bulb
    • Humphrey Davy:first investigated basic idea of light
    • Over 115 Years:How long the Centennial bulb has been burning


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