New light on Expo
OSRAM high pressure discharge lamps premiered at the World Expo in Shanghai
Compared with the previous version, the HTI 1500W is now even more robustly designed. With the aid of a new burner and higher temperature resistance the lamp produces constant light throughout its entire operating life.
The new HTI 1500W lamp is suitable for use in effects lighting or in "moving heads". These flexible multifunctional headlamps for theatre or events technology enable light to be pointed in virtually any direction. eXtreme-Seal technology (XS technology) also improves thermal capacity, so cooling can be reduced and the corresponding luminaires run quieter. Luminaires with Lokit! lamps can therefore be deployed even more flexibly. Plus, the new metal halide lamps have a colour temperature of 6,000K, a very high colour rendering index of >90 and luminous flux of 135,000lm.
Replace lamps in no time at all
Fitting Lokit! lamps is especially safe with its bayonet system of lamp base and socket. You can replace lamps using just one hand. Simply insert, twist and the lamp is precisely in place and fitted. Thanks to a mechanical locking device, the socket cannot be twisted too tight. For stage lighting this means new lamps can be easily fitted into the spotlights even under difficult conditions, for example at great heights.
Lokit! lamps are available with either the compact PGJX28 or the larger PGJX50 base.
OSRAM (Munich, Germany) is part of the Industry Sector of Siemens and one of the two leading lighting manufacturers in the world. Sales for OSRAM worldwide totalled to €4.0 billion in fiscal year 2009, 88 percent of which came from outside Germany. OSRAM is a hightech company in the lighting industry. Over 66 percent of sales come from energyefficient products. This global player employs more than 39,000 people worldwide, supplies customers in some 150 countries and has 46 production facilities in 17 countries (September 30).
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