We now have the Photolux Super 100w 196v E27 EL100W lamps for Elinchrom available again. This is a new lamp, which replaces the obsolete Super Leuci lamp.
Photolux Super 100w 196v E27 EL100W lamp for Elinchrom
- Lamp voltage 196 V
- Lamp wattage 100 W
- Lumens 1300
- Base: Edison Screw (E27)
- Formerly known as Super Leuci, which is now obsolete
- Modelling lamp for Studio Light Heads:
- Elinchrom Classic 250/500
- All Prolinca heads
- Elinchrom Style heads 100/400/300/600/D-Lites 2 & 4/BXRi 500/and others… (except RX)
The Photolux P2/1 ES 240v 500 Photoflood is a very popular lamp.
If you click on the photo it will take you to our web site where you can place an order.
P2/1 ES 240v 500w Photoflood No. 2 E27 PF308E
- for Interfit INT100 heads, as used in the 089 kit / Argaphoto
- Photoflood no 2 (Formerly known as Philips PF308E)
- Lamp voltage 240v
- Lamp wattage 500w
- Base: Edison Screw E27
- Tungsten colour temperature of 3200K
- Average lifespan 80 h
This is a photographic lamp – not suitable for household room illumination
Not suitable for household illumination
The A1/17 8v 50w projector bulb is one of the most popular lamps for cine projectors. As you will see by the shape, it has always been referred to as the bulb that looks like a deep sea diver!
A1/17 8v 50w Cine Projector Lamp/Bulb CXR/CXL
- ANSI code: CXR/CXL
- LIF code: A1/17
- Base: P30s
- Lamp wattage 50 W
- Lamp voltage 8 V
- Average Lifespan: 25 h
- Colour temperature 3200 K
- Luminous flux 36 lm
At RCS we stock a wide range of projector bulbs/lamps and most of them are always in stock. If you need a specific photographic lamp for your projector, but you are unsure which one you need, please feel free to leave a reply to this post, including the projector’s make and model number, together with its voltage and wattage.
The voltage and wattage information is usually printed or engraved on a plate near to where the power cable goes into the projector. It might even mention a product code, so any information would make it easier for us to help you.
We will then look the information up and post a reply recommending the lamp that you need. If it is stocked by us, we will include a link for you to place an order. Otherwise we could obtain it from our supplier and then make it available for you to order on our web site
Of course, if you have the old lamp, please note all the information printed on it and let us have this information. We will then be able to quote or offer an equivalent that would be compatible with your projector.
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