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Philips UHP PHI/378 Specification Sheet

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Philips UHP 100W/120W 1.0 E23
1. Specifications
Customer part#:.....................PHI/378
Lamp Application:....................RP-TV
Reflector type:........................Elliptical E23
Arc gap:...............................1.0 mm
Power:.................................100W/120W
Ignition voltage:......................Ignition voltage 20kV ± 5kV
Light output typical * :..............4100 lumen (in 120W mode)
Average Life time ** :...............> 6000 hrs
Environmental:........................RoHS and WEEE compliant
Side and back view of lamp. All dimensions ±0.5mm.
* : Lumen at aperture 4mm on pot
** : Ballast type Test conditions on UHP 120W electronic power supply (EUC-120P/11) stabilized at 120W
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Document#: PHI/378-May.28-2008
Specification sheet UHP Replacement Lamps
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  • Page 1 Specification sheet UHP Replacement Lamps Philips UHP 100W/120W 1.0 E23 1. Specifications Customer part#:…………………PHI/378 • Lamp Application:………………..RP-TV • Reflector type:…………………...Elliptical E23 • Arc gap:………………………….1.0 mm • Power:…………………………...100W/120W • Ignition voltage:………………….Ignition voltage 20kV ± 5kV • Light output typical * :…………..4100 lumen (in 120W mode) •...
  • Page 2 25kV, dependent on lamp type) For extensive information regarding Product / Material Safety, please refer to the Product Safety Data Sheet (PSDS) for UHP lamps (www.philips.com/dpl) 3. INSTRUCTION FOR USE UHP lamps tend to wear out over lifetime and the probability of bulb rupture progressively increases beyond the specified lifetime, In order to minimise risk of bulb rupture, do not operate the lamp (or do not allow operation) beyond the specified life time.
  • Page 3 Hg mark, according to the State of Vermont Labeling Law V.S.A., Chapter 159; and a wheeled crossed out dustbin, according European WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC). Philips encourages recycling of its products by qualified recyclers. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS At end of service life, UHP Lamps should be treated as chemical waste (in view of mercury content), and be disposed of in compliance with national regulations/law.

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