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Ever seen a 20,000 Watt light bulb? (video)

Posted on Tuesday, July 26 2016 @ 09:40:34 CEST by


Photonicinduction tested a 20,000 Watt light bulb. These kind of bulbs are typicallt used for large-scale film sets, like for filming daylight scenes. The retail price of a 20,000W bulb is in excess of $2,600.
To begin his tests of this nearly $3000 light bulb, Photonicinduction plugs it into a machine that allows him to regulate the electrical current to the bulb and looks like it could double as the Delorean’s engine in Back to the Future. As the light grows steadily brighter it begins to heat the room and Photonicinduction seems impressed.

“This is unbelievable—I’m starting to sweat,” he says. “Bloody hell, it’s like having a bonfire in the middle of the room.”


Via: Motherboard



 



 

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