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Shree Satguru Traders can supply a spare lamp or replacement lamp (bulb) for virtually any LCD or DLP/DMD projector ever made. In most cases the replacement lamps are supplied as a lamp module (housing including lamp and reflector), simple for the user to fit. However, in some cases the lamp is available as an individual part, often cheaper than a module but more fragile to handle and requiring more care to replace. Many of the early LCD projectors used low-cost Halogen lamps which gave a yellowish image and lasted between 50-100 hours. As LCD projector design progressed they started to use metal halide lamps which would last from 1000 - 2000 hours and gave a much whiter (even bluish) picture. In recent years as projectors have become lighter and brighter they have begun to use a number of different variations on this lamp technology, including: UHP lamps, UHE lamps, Xenon lamps, NSH lamps and P-VIP lamps. These new lamps tend to continually become lighter, brighter and longer-lasting - enabling LCD and DLP projectors weighing just a few pounds to produce several thousand ANSI lumens and in some cases to operate between 3000 and 4000 hours before needing a lamp change. If you would like to find out about a specific manufacturer's product return to the manufacturer product selector on our Home page or call us on +91-22-42950667 - 26861785 or on mobile no 09867594067
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