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250 Watt Halogen Linear 117-118mm 240 Volt

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This item was discontinued on 28th June, 2023

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Beam Angle
360 Degrees


Colour Temp
3000 K

10 mm


118 mm

Light Bulb Type
Double Ended

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

4150 lm

Leading Brand


Light Bulb

220-240 Volt

250 W

250 Watt Halogen Linear 117-118mm 240 Volt from Leading Brand

Model: K32

This 240 Volt Tungsten Halogen K Type Linear light bulb saves 20% on energy usage compared to a conventional incandescent bulb. The 250 Watt output of this bulb is the equivalent of a 400W incandescent. This lamp features excellent lumen maintenance, instant illumination and high colour rendition. Commonly found in display and floodlighting applications, this lamp offers a 2000 hour lamp life.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Double Ended
Technology Halogen
Wattage 250 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 360 Degrees
Lumens 4150 lm
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 10 mm
Length 118 mm
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2000 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Warranty 1 Year
Cap/Base R7s/RX7s

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Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

K32/240 D021


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What are the different types of light bulbs?

Fri May 2006

Incandescent lamps are standard domestic light bulbs including GLS, candle, golfball and many others. Halogen lamps are high intensity, optimised lamps giving better efficiency than standard light bulbs. Energy saving lamps are direct replaceme ...

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As Hazardous Waste Products which contain dangerous chemicals including Mercury and Lead, used Low Energy Light Bulbs and batteries must be disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner. Energy Saving Light Bulbs cannot be placed in Glass Recycling Ba ...

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Fri Apr 2015

It is a good idea to try not to touch the Glass on Halogen Light Bulbs, even when changing the bulb. This is because when you touch a Halogen Light Bulb, you leave behind a residue on the Light Bulb which can in time cause the bulb to heat up unevenl ...