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EGT (6995Z) Philips 318964 Lamp


EGT
  Lamp EGT (6995Z)
  Description 120V 1000W Med BiPost (G22) 185624
  Brand Philips
  MPN 318964
  UPC 871150018562
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Specifications for 318964 Philips EGT Replacement Lamp

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Shape T7
Lamp Base G22 (Medium BiPost)
Filament C-13D
Bulb Finish Clear
Rated Life 250 hrs
Light Center Length - LCL 2.50in (63.50mm)
PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS
Initial Lumens 28500
Color Temperature 3200 K
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Watts 1000
Volts 120
DIMENSIONS
Maximum Overall Length - MOL 5.50in (139.70mm)
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Product Code 318964
Family Name Philips Broadway
Description EGT
Ordering Code 6995Z
SKU Qty 1
SKU / Case Qty 10
Case Qty (Price Listed is Per Item) 10
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UPC 871150018562
Philips EGT 318964 Replacement Lamp

The EGT Philips 31896-4 is a Halogen T7 120V 1000W Lamp with a G22 base.
Philips EGT 318964 Replacement Bulb Applications & Features

Applications

  • Stage Studio
  • Theatre
  • TV
  • Video


Features

  • Philips EGT 6995Z Halogen Bulb 31896-4
  • Single Ended Lamp
  • Colortran 176-097
Philips EGT 318964 Replacement Lamp

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EGT Philips Halogen Lamp

  • DANGER! The Philips EGT 6995Z replacement lamp operates at extremely high temperatures that can cause serious physical injuries and property damage.
  • Only use the Philips EGT replacement lamp in Halogen-approved fixtures. Fixtures should fully contain any parts of the Halogen lamp upon the event of a lamp burst.
  • Do not use the 6995Z EGT Philips replacement lamp in close proximity of paper, cloth or other combustible materials that can cause a fire hazard.
  • Lamps are very fragile. Do not drop, crush, bend or shake them. Vibration or impact will cause filament breakage and short lamp life of the.
  • Do not touch the Philips EGT bulb surface or inside reflectors with your bare hands. Oils from skin can lead to breakage or shorten the life of the lamp. Use clean gloves or lint-free cloth for installation and removal.
  • Clean any dirt, oil, or lint away from the bulb with alcohol and a lint-free cloth or tissue. Any foreign particles or materials on the EGT Philips replacement bulb surface can cause hot spots on the bulb and result in lamp failure.
  • Never touch the Philips EGT lamp when it is on, or soon after it has been turned off, as it is hot and may cause serious burns.
  • Do not look directly at the operating bulb for any period of time; this may cause serious eye injury.
  • Always turn off the electrical power before inserting, removing, or cleaning the replacement Philips EGT lamp.
  • Affix the EGT Philips replacement lamp securely in the socket. Improper installation of the Philips EGT replacement lamp will cause electrical arcing, overheating and short life to lamp and socket. Replace lamp holders and sockets when necessary.
  • Keep the temperature of the Philips EGT lamp seal below 350C.
  • Keep the temperature of the EGT Philips replacement lamp wall above 250C.
  • Keep the temperature of the Philips EGT 6995Z lamp wall below 800C.
  • Make sure lamps of specified wattage and voltage are only used in appropriately rated fixtures. Unspecified use will lead to short lamp life, breakage and overheating of fixture.
  • Philips EGT replacement lamps should not be operated beyond the total rated voltage. Avoid the use of dimmers that may drive your lamp over its rated voltage.
  • Operate the Philips EGT 6995Z replacement lamp only in the indicated burn position. Failure to do so will lead to overheating and shortened lamp life.
  • Use an external fuse when required.
  • Do not allow one lamp to directly expose another. This may lead to overheating and shortened lamp life.