50 Watt -  MR16 - 24 Volts - Flood - Open Face - Halogen Light Bulb - Eurostar - Ushio 1003115 MR16 Halogen
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Ushio 1003115 - 50 Watt - MR16

Eurostar - EXN Flood - Open Face - 4,000 Life Hours - 24 Volt

 
Eurostar 24 volt series of Halogen MR-16 lamps from USHIO provide professional grade lighting. The UV protected Halogen capsule is aligned within a Titanium Oxide coated reflector. The hard Titanium Oxide surface of the reflector provides consistent color throughout the life of the lamp. Features titanium oxide reflector coating.

Features

Features and Benefits

  • Dimmable
  • Crisp white Halogen light
  • UV-cut Halogen capsule
  • Base type GU5.3
  • Titanium Oxide hard coating provides consistent color over the life of the lamp.
  • 50% less current than 12 volt systems
  • Less voltage drop over long lines

  • Eurostarâ„¢ 24 volt series of Halogen MR-16 lamps from USHIO provide professional grade lighting. The UV protected Halogen capsule is aligned within a Titanium Oxide coated reflector. The hard Titanium Oxide surface of the reflector provides consistent color throughout the life of the lamp.

    The 24 volt systems use half the current (amperage) than 12 volt systems. This allows higher wattage loads and up to twice as many lamps on a longer lighting system. The 24 volt systems are less prone to voltage drop over longer wires and connections which results in more consistent brightness and color.

    Brochures & Spec Sheets

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MR16-1003115U
    Family:  Eurostar
    UPC:  048777358863
    Voltage:  24
    Beam Angle:  36 Degree
    Bulb Type:  Halogen
    Color Temperature:  2950 Kelvin
    Diameter:  2 in.
    Life Hours:  4,000
    Burn Position:  Universal
     
     
    Brand:  Ushio
    Part No.:  1003115
    Wattage:  50 Watt
    ANSI Code:  EXN
    Bulb Shape:  MR16
    Base Type:  GU5.3
    Length:  1.77 in.
    Face Type:  Open
    Lumens (Initial):  1600
    Case Quantity:  50
     

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