Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit with 6' Stands

BH #IMFL10006K • MFR #401490
Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit with 6' Stands
Key Features
  • 1000 Total Watts
  • 2 Reflectors, Socket, Line Switches
  • Two 500/120V Bulbs
  • Two 6' Light Stands
This is an Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit with 6' Stands built around the Impact reflector units with high-heat ceramic socket. Each light's wooden control handle stays cool, and has a cord with in-line switch. The kit includes two 6' light stands.
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Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W)
  • 3Eiko ECT Lamp (500W/120V)
  • 4Impact Floodlight Reflector - 12"
  • 5Impact Light Stand (Black, 6')

This is an Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit with 6' Stands built around the Impact reflector units with high-heat ceramic socket. Each light's wooden control handle stays cool, and has a cord with in-line switch. The kit includes two 6' light stands.

Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W)

The Impact Porcelain Socket with Umbrella Mount (500W) is a cost-effective way to utilize a wide variety of E26 (Edison) based lamps for photo or video work. Options include simple household lamps as well as photoflood, quartz halogen bulbs, and LED bulbs. This highly versatile product has an adjustable metal mount with a 5/8" receiver for light stands and an 8mm umbrella receptacle. The Floodlight Socket tilts and locks in place at the desired angle by grasping the stay-cool wooden handle and releasing the locking knob. Lamps up to 500W won't melt the ceramic base which is impervious to heat. The socket also accepts screw-on reflectors of various sizes.

High-heat ceramic socket won't melt like plastic sockets
Supports 500W bulbs maximum
Wooden control handle stays cool
Accepts screw-on aluminum reflectors
10' 3-prong AC power cord with inline switch
Built-in adjustable umbrella mount
UPC: 847628013636

Eiko ECT Lamp (500W/120V)

The Eiko ECT Lamp (500W/120V) is a white interior-frosted bulb with an E26 (Edison) base and a color temperature of 3,200K. This photoflood is commonly used in photo, video or theatrical fixtures.

UPC: 031293019806

Impact Floodlight Reflector - 12"

Replacement Reflector for the Impact 12" Floodlight.
Made of heavy-grade aluminum, are hand-spun and chemically etched to maximize the light output. Black painted exterior. The reflector mount size is 1 5/8".

UPC: 847628012516

Impact Light Stand (Black, 6')

Great for small to medium-size lights, the black anodized aluminum 6' Light Stand from Impact is a lightweight (1.8 lb) support that can handle gear weighing up to 4 lb and folds down to just 26.3" to easily fit in a small bag. The stand has a minimum working height of 26.3" and a stable footprint of 30". The 3-section stand has an industry-standard 5/8" top stud with 1/4"-20 threads for additional mounting options.


  • Light and compact design: The two telescoping risers extend to a full height of 6' and fold down to 26.3" for easy transport and storage
  • Integrated 5/8" spigot: Compatible with lights, flash units, and other photo and video accessories with a 5/8" receiver
  • Matte black finish: Prevents unwanted glare from reflected light
UPC: 847628011953

Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W) Specs

Light Fixture
Bulb Type1 x E26/E27
Max Bulb Wattage500 W
Umbrella MountYes
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Mounting5/8" Receiver (via Fixture)
Cable Length10' / 3 m
Inline SwitchYes
Weight1 lb / 454 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.625 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.05 x 5.85 x 4.15"

Eiko ECT Lamp (500W/120V) Specs

Bulb TypePS25
Base TypeE26
Filament TypeC-9
Possible Substitute ANSI CodeEBV-LN
Wattage500 W
Voltage120 V
Burning PositionAny
Color Temperature3200K
Bulb FinishFrost
Average Life60 Hours
Maximum Overall Length (MOL)6.85" / 174 mm
Maximum Overall Diameter (MOD)3.15" / 80 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.25 x 3.35 x 3.25"

Impact Floodlight Reflector - 12" Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.655 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.95 x 11.75 x 8.55"

Impact Light Stand (Black, 6') Specs

Stand Type1 x General Purpose Stand
Maximum Working Height6' / 1.8 m
Minimum Working Height26.3" / 66.8 cm
Load Capacity4 lb / 1.8 kg
Collapsed Height26.3" / 66.8 cm
Stand/Column Top Mount5/8" Stud with 1/4"-20 Male
Accepts Second RiserNo
Air CushionedNo
Detachable BaseNo
Leveling LegNo
Reverse LegsNo
Column Diameter1.0" / 25 mm
Number of Sections3
Footprint Diameter30" / 76.20 cm
Leg ShapeRound
Weight1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
Warranty LengthLimited 1-Year Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.235 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26.4 x 3.5 x 3.5"
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Excuse my ignorance, but are these static lights, or a flash? Im looking for more lighting to use with my photo booth. Im already using a ELINCHROM D-LITE 400W/S RX 4. Still not getting enough light for the photo preview which is done in video mode when the flash is not firing. Will these work for me?
Asked by: Joey
The LED lamps in this kit are continuous and are equal to 250 watts of tungsten light, whereas the modeling lamp in your Elinchrom monolights are only 100 watts each.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26


I do photos of porcelain which is will this floodlight work for this type of photography?
Asked by: Anonymous
Any source will work well if you modify it to your liking. If I were lighting your porcelain chances are I would want a combination of hard with soft light. Maybe throw some diffusion over the front of that reflector for your key light. A bed sheet or muslin will probable do fine. Leave the back light open faced and step walk it further or closer depending on the desired brightness levels of your backlight. A 100 watt incandescent bulb aluminum foil and a pillow case could light a small object well if done properly. I would say that this product will suit your needs well. Invest in a lighting book when you have the time. Blaine Brown is a good place to start. Focal Press is the publisher.
Answered by: Casey S.
Date published: 2020-09-20


Is the normal household receptacle used as the power source for the lights?
Asked by: Frank U.
The sockets in this kit have a normal Edison type plug, which can be used in a standard home AC outlet.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Can a soft box attach to this?
Asked by: Anonymous
To use the Impact Porcelain socket with a standard soft box, you'll need:* softbox of choice (must support hot lights of 500w or higher)* a speed ring that is compatible for the soft box above, designed for the Lowel Tota-LightAlthough the type of speed ring mentioned above is designated for the Lowel Tota-Light, the 5/8 male baby pin that is on the ring is a standard mount (as per a light stand). Therefore, the ring will accept any small light fixture that can be mounted horizontally (like the Tota-Light.) Any light bank manufacturer (Impact, Chimera, Photoflex, etc.) that makes a speed ring for the Lowel Tota-Light will have the standard 5/8 male baby pin on it.I own a Chimera 24 X 32 Video Pro Plus softbox, the respective Chimera speed ring, and a Lowel-Tota-Light. I mounted my Impact Porcelain socket onto the speed ring to try it out, and it mounted just fine! Since it is a bare bulb, the bulb fills the box very nicely. Open-face fixtures are the best source light for any soft box light bank -- bare-bulb fixtures are even better! If you're looking for the most cost-effective soft box solution, get:* Impact Luxbanx Duo light bank that supports hot lights of at least 500 watts, I recommend any extra small (XS), small (S), or medium (M) size soft box, strip box, or octo box* Impact speed ring for the Lowel Tota-Light* Impact porcelain socket with a 500 watt photoflood bulb* optional: Impact Luxbanx soft box grid (choose the appropriate size for your soft box, and degree coverage that best suits your needs)* optional: instead of tungsten lighting, you could get any of the reasonably sized Impact Fluorescent bulb sockets; I use the single socket with a 4-way adapter -- and 4 105w CFL bulbs. If you want the best CRI, use the 26w Kino Flo True Match KF32 bulbs for 3200K tungsten or KF55 bulbs for 5500K daylight.* optional: Impact 1000 watt dimmer for tungsten incandescent lights. You can't use these with fluorescent lights.
Answered by: Gem A.
Date published: 2018-08-28


What radio triggers should I get to use these flashes with a Canon 70D (since I don't want to just use them as optical slaves)?
Asked by: Anonymous
A radio trigger such as the Vello FreeWave LR Wireless Flash Trigger and Receiver Kit B&H # VERFWLR can connect to the 3.5mm sync port one of the SF-AE80 slave units. However, the additional units would still need to be triggered optically as you would only have one receiver. Please see the image for reference.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Specifications for these lights such as Flash duration, flash triggering method, how fast it can trigger and recover. I don't have the specks for this?? Help, it is for school! Thank you! Michelle Martin
Asked by: Michelle M.
sorry no specs - but it is a good kit for the price otherwise
Answered by: Douglas C.
Date published: 2018-08-27


What radio transmitter should I get to use with a canon T5
Asked by: Malcolm Z.
You may use the Vello FreeWave LR Wireless Flash Trigger and Receiver Kit B&H # VERFWLR.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Is it possible to peg gels on the rim of these lights?
Asked by: Anonymous
While you could use wooden clothes pins to attach gels to the outer lip of the reflector, it is not recommend as this would be unsafe. A safer solution would be to use a filter holder in front of the light. Please see the link for reference: <a href= target= _blank ></a>
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2021-06-15
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