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Prolite Blue Halogen GU10 Par16 35 Watt

This is a 35W GU10 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Blue light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 24th April, 2018

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Prolite LED Non-Dimmable GU10 7W Blue (50W Alternative)

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Beam Angle
36 Degrees

Cap/Base
GU10

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Diameter
50 mm

Dimming?
Dimmable

Length
55 mm

Light Bulb Type
Reflectors/Spotlights

Light Colour
Blue

Manufacturer
Prolite

Technology
Halogen

Type
Light Bulb

Voltage
220-240 Volt

Wattage
35 W

Prolite Blue Halogen GU10 Par16 35 Watt from Prolite

Model: GU10/35/BLUE

This Halogen GU10 Reflector/Spotlight is a hugely popular high intensity light found in a multitude of lighting applications. This Blue colour GU10 lamp is rated at 35 Watts and is a perfect downlighting solution for decorative and atmospheric applications. Offering a lamp life of 2500 hours this is a practical affordable reflector lamp.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 35 W
Manufacturer Prolite
Light Colour Blue
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 36 Degrees
Diameter 50 mm
Length 55 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 2500 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Cap/Base GU10

Associated Product Barcodes

5051203023360

Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

35PAR16B
35PAR16FLB M008

Components

For Prolite Blue Halogen GU10 Par16 35 Watt

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