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Thread: Bulb Life
face BY : mikeEraseME@whitewing.co.uk

On Sat, 7 Jul 2001 20:31:13 +1200, you wrote:

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Electronic timers etc. typically rely on a small current through the
bulb (in 'off' mode) for power. An electronic ballast would probably
either not pass enough current, or the phase shift caused by the
capacitor would cause problems, or the small current through the timer
in 'off' mode might cause occasional flickering as the cap slowly
charges and the lamp tries to start.  
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