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Subject: Re: What kind of bulbs produce v.bright white-bluish light
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 09:43:26 -0500
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We have a group of hardcore mountain bike riders at the plant here. One of
them bought the evaluation kit from Welch Allyn. Sort of pricey but it comes
with several lamps and ballasts. They made an aluminum housing and mount for
the cycle and powered it from a NiMH 12V pack. I heard that they were
pleased with the results and the cost came out slightly lower than a
commercial unit. Of course, they banged out the housing parts on a CNC at
night in the machine shop. It's nice to have big toys.
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"Don Klipstein" wrote in message
> In article , itshardtogetone wrote:
> >Can somebody tell me what sort of bulb they use in this H.I.D lamp system
> >found in this web site
> >Actually, what I am looking for is a bright white-blueish bulb to be used
> >for my bicycle.
> Such high-end bicycle lights usually use 10 watt or ~20 watt metal
> halide lamps made by Welch Allyn (http://www.hi-lux.com). These are the
> only metal halide lamps that I know of that are lower power than 35 watts.
> - Don Klipstein (email@example.com)
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