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Posted By: Doubting_ThomasI've noticed some 60w circular T5's on some websites - is it feasible to sit these concentrically if we could get different diameter lamps or is that asking for trouble?
Posted By: atomicbisfquotePosted By: Doubting_ThomasI've noticed some 60w circular T5's on some websites - is it feasible to sit these concentrically if we could get different diameter lamps or is that asking for trouble?A lamp fitting with two concentric circular fluorescent tubes seems to be the commonest domestic light fitting in Japan so I think it's feasible, if the diameter is not too much.
Posted By: djhI was interested by the Japanese concentric circular fluorescent lamps. A quick search for concentric circular fluorescent turned up this:http://www.ecosmartinc.com/productdocs/1-Lighting-EEFluorescent-Fixtures-for-Residential.pdf" rel="nofollow" >http://www.ecosmartinc.com/productdocs/1-Lighting-EEFluorescent-Fixtures-for-Residential.pdfAny details on the Japanese products?
Posted By: wookeyYes, hooray for pictures - that's very little like what I had imagined :-)Get rid of the dish'n'struts and put an LED panel where the white square is looks like a good plan to me. If you want to keep the curve you might have to look around a bit or DIY something with a thin acrylic sheet
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