Philips


8 W


 

Master PL Electronic; date code H8 = August 2008 (Poland)


9 W


 
 

Uncoated lamp - for germicidal applications (Pabianice, Poland)

 

In operation

SL*9 lamp - date code A6 = January 1986 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

The instructions printed on the inside support card are reproduced below:

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

PHILIPS SL*9 LAMP

ENERGY SAVING REPLACEMENT FOR FILAMENT LAMP

The SL*9 is a new type of lamp, providing a compact energy saving replacement for the conventional filament lamp. Compared with a 40 W filament lamp, the SL*9 gives about the same light, lasts approximately five times as long and uses less than one-quarter of the electrical power. The SL*9 is available both with Edison Screw Cap (E27) and with Bayonet Cap (B22).

 

APPLICATIONS OF THE SL*9 LAMP

1) An energy saving replacement for filament lamps, for use where energy cost saving is required. Mainly for replacement of 40 W GLS lamps.

2) A long-life lamp particularly suitable where operating periods are long or lamp changing expensive.

   

TECHNICAL DATA

Light Output (100 Hours) NOM. 425 lumens Prismatic

Service life 5000 hrs.

Information refers to average lamps measured under standard conditions.

Power

Current

Weight

Length

Diameter

9 Watts

0.09 Amps

465 g (1.0 lb)

148 mm (5.8 in)

72 mm (2.8 in)

Cap E.S. (E27) or B.C. (B22)

   

INSTALLATION

For 240V 50Hz main supplies.

Ensure electricity supply is off when changing lamp.

For normal indoor conditions

(In protected outdoor light fittings, lamp will start down to minus 10°C. Light output may be reduced).

Protect from water

Do not use with dimmers or on emergency supply

Ensure lamp is held securely in lampholder.

   

LIGHTING FITTINGS

The SL*9 lamp can be a replacement in most lighting fittings, with immediate savings in energy cost. You should ensure, however, that your lighting fitting is suitable for replacement with this new type of lamp:

 

1) Check that adequate space is available for the lamp inside the lighting fitting.

2) Check that the lighting fitting and wiring are suitable for the lamp's weight. Unsuitable wiring (e.g. old or frayed) should be replaced.

3) Ensure that the lampholder is in good condition; if not, it should be replaced. Bayonet holders

should be robust e.g.: metal, or plastic with metal liner.

Note: With new or refurbished lighting fittings, Edison Screw holders will provide better lamp location and support. If the lampholder is Bayonet cap, and the lamp horizontal or vertical-cap down, end support may be required.

4) The air temperature around the bulb should not exceed 75°C.

 

Products offered for sale may differ from those described or illustrated in this leaflet due to later production changes in specifications, components or place of manufacture. The contents of this leaflet are therefore not to be treated as representations as to the current availability of products as described, or as to products actually offered for sale.

made in Holland

Directions for Use instructions for this lamp can be downloaded by clicking here.


 
 

SL*9 Comfort lamp - date code 4L = November 1994 (Poland)

Thanks to Brian Randall for donating this lamp to the Collection.


10 W


 

PL-C; date code D5 = April 2005 (China)


11 W


 
 

PL Electronic-C lamp - date code 7J = September 1997 (Roosendaal and Terneuzen, The Netherlands)


13 W


 
 

Worn-out PL-C lamp (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

 

SL*13 Comfort lamp - date code 3A = January 1993 (Poland)

 
 

SL*13DL lamp - date code 6F = June 1996 (Poland)


17 W


 

SL-E (Electronic) lamp; date code H1 = August 2001 (China)


18 W


 
 

SL*18 lamp - date code M3 = December 1983 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

SL*18D [Décor] Lamp with 120 mm diameter globe - date code C9 = March 1989 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

 
 

SL*18R Reflector Lamp - date code D8 = April 1988 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

SL*18 lamp; date code 3C = March 1993 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

 

23 W


 

PL E-T; date code D2 = April 2002 (Poland)


24 W


 
 

PL-L; manufactured September 2006 (Pabianice, Poland)


25 W


 
 

SL*25 lamp - date code K6 = October 1986 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)

Thanks to Brian Randall for donating this lamp to the Collection.

Date code 2L = November 1992 (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)


36 W


 
 

PL-L (Pabianice, Poland)

This example came with the Philips 'Libra' 2565.

 

There is no date code stamped on the lamp; instead, the full date of when it was made (17-04-2014) is printed on the base.

 

42 W


 
 

PL-T (Pabianice, Poland)


57 W


 
 

PL-T (Pabianice, Poland)


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