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3Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W)
4Eiko EBW Lamp (500W/120V)
5Impact Light Stand, Black (6')
The Impact Daylight Floodlight Kit is built around the Impact true 500W 12" reflector unit. The kit includes two light stands and two daylight (4800K) balanced screw-in floodlights.
The light socket features a high heat ceramic socket and high heat metal that won't melt like units with plastic sockets. It also features a wooden control handle that stays cool, and includes a built-in adjustable umbrella mount. The attached cord comes with an in-line switch, and the adjustable metal mount features a 5/8" receiver for light stands and an 8mm umbrella receptacle.
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".
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
Eiko EBW Lamp (500W/120V)
The Eiko EBW Lamp (500W/120V) is a photo flood medium screw lamp that produces approximately 10,500 lumens, has an average life of 6 hours and a color temperature of 4,800K.
Impact Light Stand, Black (6')
This 6' Impact Black Light Stand is one of the most economical light stands available. It has a 5/8" stud top with a 1/4"-20 thread.
For small light fixtures or boom arms.
Impact Floodlight Reflector - 12" Specs
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
11.95 x 11.75 x 8.55"
Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W) Specs
Are there any bulbs included with this package? ...
Are there any bulbs included with this package? the product description seems to say they are there, but other sections say bulbs not included.
Asked by: Rebecca
Yes, there are (2) EBW 500 watt bulbs included with this kit.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-01-08
What is the hole on the reflector for? The eight smaller holes I assume are for heat dissipation but I don't know what the larger hole is for or which direction it is supposed to be (top, bottom?).
Asked by: Jason N.
The larger hole in the Impact Floodlight Reflector - 12 (B&H # IMR12) is designed so you may place an umbrella shaft into the umbrella receptacle on the base of the Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W) B&H # IMSPUM. As such, the hole should be on the bottom when used with an umbrella so it may align with the umbrella receptacle hole on the base of the Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount. This allows the light to be positioned in the center of the umbrella while still using the reflector to direct light to the umbrella and while controlling light spill. If you are not using an umbrella with the light kit, then the direction the hole is placed does not matter, though it is simply good habit to place the hole toward the bottom of the reflector.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
I don't know how to assemble this (Impact_FL1000_KI_Daylight_Floodlight_Kit). Is there an instruction sheet or diagram?
Asked by: PAMELA P G.
The Porcelain socket has a ring like a nut that you unscrew. You take that off slide the reflector on and then screw that part back on to keep the reflector securely attached to the socket.This is a link to a photo of the socket with the silver part (nut) you need to unscrew http://bit.ly/1LI32Dz.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27
I'm interested in using an Impact photo cube light tent to photograph items for ebay commerce. I'm confused by the array of lights available. What is the advantage of tungsten? Or should I consider fluorescent or incandescent? And how many watts will I need? I want to use balanced light--the bulbs would be rated as close to 5500 K as possible.
Asked by: Stanley K.
Tungsten light can also be an incandescent light, which uses an Edison type screw base, with wattage up to 500 watts, and a color temperature of 2900-3400 Kelvin on average. The version of the lamp that we carry would have a color temperature of 3200 Kelvin for photographic use. If you are trying to stay closer to nominal daylight which is 5500-5600 Kelvin, then you might want to consider using fluorescent lamps. Additionally, they would be more efficient in terms of life. A good option to consider would be the Impact Fluorescent Cool Light Two Fixture Kit, which would provide plenty of output to obtain a greater depth of field and a daylight balanced color temperature. Please the following link for more information: <a href= http://bhpho.to/1qAZPtw target= _blank >http://bhpho.to/1qAZPtw</a>