lighting. Friday , July 14th , 2017 - 21:38:57 PM
One of the most well known Jewish practices related to the observance of Shabbat (the Sabbath) is the lighting of oil lamps or candles before its commencement. The practice is often thought to have been initiated by the Pharisees, a prominent Jewish sect in the late Second Temple period. Whatever the case, the practice is ancient and according to the first century Jewish historian Josephus, its popularity had even spread among non-Jews.
A test was conducted in different office temperature at a large Florida Insurance Company and the data found will keep your mouth open-
Have You noticed when switching on the incandescent or halogen light they tend to warm up quite long. Result is that You will get the needed brighter light only after some time. One of the advantages of Led lighting is that it achieves full brightness instantly. You no longer need to sit and wait for light to warm up so You could read a book or do stuff You like. Long warm up period is equalized to halogen light. Incandescent in this case is just strangely orangy/yellow.
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