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Greetings.

I will soon be moving into a newly remodeled building where they have 
installed dimmable fluorescent lighting in the probe lab.  The people in 
charge claim that because these lamps dim using an electronic ballast that 
they will not interfere with the probe CRT.  Is that true? Does anyone 
have experience with this type of lighting?  thanks, sk

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