Four-Pin Spiral Compact Fluorescent Lamp Systems Issues, Recommendations and Standardization
systems issues that may arise when some four-pin spiral compact fluorescent
lamps (CFLs) are operated in luminaires (and on incorporated ballasts) that are
neither specifically approved nor third party safety listed for use with such
lamps. It summarizes current recommendations to minimize potential field issues
involving this emerging lamp type.
Published Date: Dec.17.2012
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