400 Watt - BT37 - Metal Halide Conversion Lamp - For Use with 400 Watt High Pressure Sodium Ballast - ANSI S51 - M400X/U/LU - Multi Metal Ace - EYE 51837 BT37 High Pressure Sodium
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EYE 51837 - 400 Watt - BT37

Multi-Metal Ace - Metal Halide Conversion Lamp - For Use with 400 Watt High Pressure Sodium Ballast - ANSI S51 - M400X/U/LU

 
EYE Multi-Metal ACE lamps are perfect for any application where light level, color consistency and maintenance costs are critical.

Features

Features

  • EYE Multi-Metal™ Ace lamps were designed to work on HPS systems
  • No costly fixture or ballast replacement
  • Accurate color rendering
  • Nickle-plated base will not seize in the socket, eliminating additional labor and spare parts cost associated with prying a lamp base out of a fixture socket
  • Lead free base

  • EYE Multi-Metal™ ACE lamps are perfect for any application where light level, color consistency and maintenance costs are critical.

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MHS-10450
    Family:  Multi-Metal Ace
    Order Code:  M400X/U/LU
    ANSI Code:  S51
    Base Type:  Mogul (E39)
    CRI:  65
    Diameter:  4.63 in.
    Fixture Type:  Enclosed Only
    Lumens (Initial):  36600
    Case Quantity:  12
     
     
    Brand:  EYE Lighting
    Part No.:  51837
    Wattage:  400 Watt
    Bulb Shape:  BT37
    Color Temperature:  4500 Kelvin
    Length:  11.45 in.
    Protected:  No
    Life Hours:  20,000
    Burn Position:  Universal
     

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Reliable, cost effective. Long life at high lumen output, rarely fails. I highly recommend this conversion bulb over other brands. June 16, 2011
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome Allowed me to take a unit that was in storage and put it to work and it works great. June 10, 2011
    Rated 5 out of 5 by works great for the price you can't beat it. it also works fine on the newer digital ballasts as well as the old style core and coil June 7, 2011
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