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100 Watt Halogen Par 38 240 Volt (Spot Light Beam)

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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 21st November, 2018

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Beam Angle
10 Degrees

26-27mm ES/E27

Cap/Base Type
Edison Screw

Colour Temp
2900 K

120 mm


136 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
Warm White (830)



Light Bulb

220-240 Volt

100 W

100 Watt Halogen Par 38 240 Volt (Spot Light Beam) from Sylvania

This Halogen Par38 Dimmable 100 Watt Flood Light Beam is a direct retrofit for a standard PAR lamp. This bulb saves 20% on energy usage compared to a standard reflector. Offering sparkle, crispness, superior light distribution and colour rendition this bulb is fully dimmable. The average life of this bulb is 2500 hours.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 100 W
Manufacturer Sylvania
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 10 Degrees
Colour Temp 2900 K
Diameter 120 mm
Length 136 mm
Cap/Base Type Edison Screw
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2500 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Cap/Base 26-27mm ES/E27

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Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

100PAR38SP240 B072


For 100 Watt Halogen Par 38 240 Volt (Spot Light Beam)


Product Data Sheet
Halogen Par 38 100 watt Spot 10-11 Degree Beam Angle, 26-27mm ES/E27 Cap/Base, Warm White Colour, 2900 Kelvin Colour Temp, 120 mm Diameter, 136 mm Length, 220-240V Voltage, 100W

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