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35 Watt Aluminium Reflector 111mm IRC 12 Volt (24 Degree Beam)

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Beam Angle
24 Degrees

G53 (53mm Apart Prongs)

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
3000 K

110 mm


67 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
White (835)

320 lm

Leading Brand

Reflector/Spotlight Type


Light Bulb

12 Volt

35 W

35 Watt Aluminium Reflector 111mm IRC 12 Volt (24 Degree Beam) from Leading Brand

Model: M353IRC

An Infra-Red Coated 12 Volt Halogen Aluminium Reflector Lamp from Osram that reduces energy costs by 65% compared to a traditional halogen reflector and doubles the life span to 4000 hours. Emitting a White (835) colour temperature this 35W lamp features a 24 degree beam and a G53 cap/base. This 111mm diameter reflector lamp is also dimmable and a great solution for display lighting in showrooms, galleries, museums and retail outlets.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 35 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour White (835)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 24 Degrees
Lumens 320 lm
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 110 mm
Length 67 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2000 hrs
Voltage 12 Volt
Warranty 1 Year
Reflector/Spotlight Type AR111
Cap/Base G53 (53mm Apart Prongs)

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