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Impact FEL Lamp (1000W, 120V)

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Impact FEL Lamp (1000W, 120V)
Key Features
  • Stage, Film & Photo Apps
  • 120V
This FEL Lamp (1000W, 120V) is a clear, 2-pin metal-ceramic base bulb used for stage, film and photography applications.
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$7.99

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which bulb do I need for pbl vld-1000 video light?
Asked by: rebecca
Unfortunately, B&H is not an authorized PBL dealer and we do not carry their products. I am not familiar with the bulb used in the PBL VLD-1000 light fixture you list above and cannot find it listed online. As such, I would recommend contacting the manufacturer or dealer of your light kit and inquire about the bulb used in your fixture, then you may contact us by e-mailing [email protected] with their response, or you may e-mail us an image of the bulb currently used in your light fixture, being sure to include all text written on the bulb for identification purposes.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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will this lamp fit a vari-beam model 7750?
Asked by: Anonymous
The light is so old there their does not seem to be information for a replacement lamp.And it seems many you have this model have changed the lamp socket for a different one.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What fixture do I need for this lamp?
Asked by: Anonymous
This will work in a Lowel DP lamp.
Answered by: SHANNON G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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These are quite a lot cheaper than other brands. Whats the trade off?
Asked by: Joshua G.
The bulb can break while trying to remove it and as such it is very difficult to remove the plastic base which is stuck in the socket. As such, I will be purchasing the metal based ones next time...I would advise you to do the same...
Answered by: Reshma M.
Date published: 2018-12-13

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Are these halogen?
Asked by: Ronald
Yes, they are halogen lamps (which also means they generate a lot of heat!).
Answered by: John R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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