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Purple Halogen GU10 Par16 50 Watt

This is a 50W GU10 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Purple light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 17th December, 2015

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Halogen Bulbs

Beam Angle
36 Degrees

Cap/Base
GU10

Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
2700 K

Diameter
50 mm

Dimming?
Dimmable

Length
55 mm

Light Bulb Type
Reflectors/Spotlights

Light Colour
Purple

Manufacturer
Leading Brand

Technology
Halogen

Type
Light Bulb

Voltage
220-240 Volt

Wattage
50 W

Purple Halogen GU10 Par16 50 Watt from Leading Brand

Model: GU10/50/PURPLE

This Purple colour Halogen GU10 Par16 Reflector/Spotlight is the ideal solution for decorative and atmospheric applications. This 50 Watt lamp features a 36 degree beam angle and offers a respectable 2500 hour lamp life. This lamp runs off mains voltage and does not require a transformer to operate.

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 50 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour Purple
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 36 Degrees
Colour Temp 2700 K
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

5051203023568

Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

50PAR16FLP B094
G50P
gu10 50 purple

Components

For Purple Halogen GU10 Par16 50 Watt

Downloads

Product Data Sheet Product Data Sheet
GU10 50w Coloured Family Data Sheet
 

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What Does Beam Angle Mean?

Fri Apr 2015

The beam angle of a lighting source is the angle between the two opposing points at which the light output from the light source drops to below 50% intensity. A simplified way of thinking about the beam angle of a light source is that it is the angle ...

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Can I Touch The Glass On Halogen Light Bulbs when changing them?

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 ...

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