MAXpar Double Ended Metal Halide Lamp 1000W 6K with Jacket
Brand: Nanolux SKU: [Y2LB010103]
The only jacketed Metal halide lamp in the industry. A must for running open fixtures for safety. MH lamps are required to be either open fixture rated or the lamp has to be installed in a luminaire with a protective glass shield. Nanolux MaxPar DE MH lamps use their exclusive patent pending secondary outer jacket design. Nanolux MaxPar DE MH lamps use an outer jacket of Borosilicate glass to meet the requirements for rating as an O-type lamp as per the USA National Electric Code 410.73(F)(5) and ANSI standard C78.387.
Best use with ballasts designed to work with 400V DE lamps
Inner quartz arc tube with outer Borosilicate protective jacket CRI of 65
Available in 600w and 1000W
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TO TAKE OUT A LAMP:
• DISCONNECT THE MAINS FIRST
• Open the lamp holders by sliding them outward. The lamp is held by an metal spring at each side, though it is recommended to hold the lampn while opening the lamp holders to prevent the lamp from falling.
TO INSTALL A NEW LAMP:
• DISCONNECT FROM MAINS FIRST
• Make sure the lamp is clean, wear cotton gloves and clean the lamp after installation with a dry soft cloth. Never use detergents to clean a lamp, use pure alcohol or whip clean with a dry clean soft cloth.
• Make sure the end wires are straight.
• Open the lamp holders by sliding them outward. Press the lamp in then fitting until the metal springs hold the lamp, with the glass vacuum seal pointed downward.
• Close the lamp holders by sliding them inward.
• Wipe the lamp with a clean soft cloth.
• Be sure not to touch the reflective material of the reflector with your bare hands.
Name: MaxPar Double Ended (DE) 1000w 6K Lamp with Jacket
Kelvin Rating: 6000 K