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Sylvania Iodine Quartz Lamps Brochure 1960

Sylvania Iodine Quartz Lamps Brochure 1960

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Published by Alan Masters
1960 Sylvania Brochure for the IQ Line of Iodine Quartz Halogen Lamps.
1960 Sylvania Brochure for the IQ Line of Iodine Quartz Halogen Lamps.

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Ihe
Most
PowerfulFiloment
Lcmps
for
their
Size
Ever
Morketed
by
the
Lomp
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HE
MENONTHE
GYGLE''
Ordinarily
a
lamp bulb
gets
darker
as
it
operates
throughout
its
life
because
of
the
fact that
the
tungsten evaporating
from
the
hot
filament travels
to
the
cool
bulb
wall
and
ends-up
as
a
blackdeposit
on
the
inner
glass
wall
of
the bulb.
In
the
ordinary
course
of
events,
the filament
of
an
incandescent
lamp
of
relatively
high
wattage
(500
watts,
for
example)
cannot
be
compressed
into
a
small
glass
bulb or
tube
because
the
high
heat
generated
is
more
than
the bulb walls
can
withstand
when
the
filament
is
positioned
too
close
to the
side
walls.
In
the
"I.Q."
line,
however,
a
Quartz
lamp bulb
is
used, which
can
readilv withstand
a
bulb
wall
temperature of 600"
C
or
higher,
which
makes
it
possible
to position the filament
closer
to the
buib
wall,
thereby
permitting
the
use
of
more
powerful
filaments
in
more
compact envelopes.
(The
500
watt
"I.Q."
lamp,
for
example,
is
no
iarger than
a
fountain
pen
)Iodine
is
introduced
into
the Quartz bulb
in
the
form
of
crystals
during
the
course
of
its manufacture.
Because
of
the
continuing
action
of
the iodine
within
the bulb,
no
tungsten
deposit accumulates on the
bulb walls . . .
and the
high-
bulb
wall
temperature
even
incinerates
dust
particies
on
the
outside
of
the
Quartz
bulb.
THE
RESUII
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A
SETF-CIEANING
LAAAP
THAT
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GROWS
DARKER
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OR
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DATA
ON
"1.Q,."
LINE
Ordering
Voits
Abbreviation
Life
J
r=tf
F
z
ut
I
ta
ltr
a
z
g
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I
I
F
IL
o
ta
F
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-
o
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F
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F
Watts
Bulb
Base
Nominal
Lumens
LengfhLisf
Price
500 T-3
SC
recessed
I
500 T-3
SC
recessed
t20
s00T3Q/CL
2000
277* rs00I3Q/CL
2oo0
l0
500
+s/e,,
15.25
33
000 10"
21.75,rAlso
available
in
240
volts.
Prices subject
to
change
without
notice.
LASTS
LONGERPRODUCES
A,TORE
LIGHT
STAYS
BRIGHTER
Comparing
this
light
source
with
existing
lamps of
the
same
wattage we
first
see
that
"f.Q."
lamps
last2000
hours
-
or
twice
as
long
as
conventional
types.
In
addition,
their
efficiency
throughout
life
is
higher
than
lamps
of
the
PS
bulb
shape
because
of
the
pre-
viously
mentioned
iodine
cycle.
This is
markedly
true
in
the
1500
watt,
277
voit
lamps,
\ryith
an
efficiency
of
22
lumens
per
watt
throughout
life,
whereas
a
high
volt
PS52
lamp
has
a
comparable
efficiency
of
only14.5
LPW.
This
represents
50%
more
light
from
the
"I.Q."
lamp.
In
the
case
of
the
500
watt
"I.Q."
lamp versus the
newly
announced
500
watt
PS35
"axial
filament"
lamp,
ini-
tial
lumens
for
each
lamp are
the
same.
Due
to
almost
perfect
maintenance, however,
the
"I.Q."
lamp
will
produce
l0/c
to
20/c
more
light
throughout
life
which,
as
previously
stated,
is
2000
hours
as compared
to
the
standard lamp
life
of
1000
hours.
OPERATING
''MUSTS''"I.Q."
lamps
must
be positioned
within 4
degrees
of
horizontal
to
keep
the
iodine
vaporized.
.
Portions
of
the
bulb
wall
may reach
6000
C
in
normal operation,
hence sensible
precautions
mustbe taken
to
keep
combustible materials away
from
the
bulbs.
. .
Lamps must be provided
with
external
fuses
to
prevent destructive
arcing
at
the
end
of
life.
(Thisfeature can be incorporated
in
the
fixtures, serving
the
sam€
purpose
that
the
internal
fue
does
in
most
gas-filled
lamps.
)
, . .
Because
the
bulb
wall
temperature
must be
kept high
enough
to
vaporize
the
iodine,
the
lamp
should
not
be
used where
it is
exposed
to
cold
blsts of air. In
such
locations
a
heat
resistant
glass
shield
is
recommended
to prevent
c@ling.
. . .
Moisture
from
hands, grease
and other contamination
left
on
a lichted
lamD can
cause
devitrification
of
the
quartz.
Should
the
lamp
become
contaminated
in
any way,
clean
with
water and/or
methanoland
dry
with
a clean
soft
cloth before using.

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