HLX XENOPHOT™ Technology for Improved Performance
The HLX identifies lamps that employ XENOPHOT™ technology, an innovation first introduced by OSRAM. In XENOPHOT lamps, krypton—the normal fill gas used in halogen lamps—is replaced with xenon gas. The xenon reduces the rate of tungsten vaporization and allows for a higher filament temperature. Depending on the application, XENOPHOT can either improve luminous efficacy or can extend the lamps service life.
The ANSI (American National Institute of Standards)code for this light bulb is (FHD/ESA) and can be bought by many microsope dealers globally. Specialty Optical Systems has been distributing both the 64225 and FHD/ESA types to microscope dealers and end-users for over 25 years. The bulb is typically in stock and ships the same day.
Light Bulb Technical Specifications:
- Watts: 10 Watt , made in Germany
- Volts: 6 Volt
- Base: G4
- Avg. Life Hours: 100 Hours
- Color Temperature: 3200 Kelvin
- Max Overall Length: 1.18 Inches
Cross Reference and Key Words:
Microscope, Scientific, Medical, and Dental Applications: B & L Fiber Optic Illuminator, Osram Sylvania 54025, Osram HLX64225, Wild/Leitz 050-550, Wild/Leitz 505-556, WIld/Leitz 907-090, Wild/Lietz 700-065, Ushio 1000531, Ushio SM-FHD/ESA, Philips 26126-3. Philips 7387, Olympus 8C403, Olympus OL-8C403, Thorn M29, Thorn M34, Thorn M42, JC6V10W, JC-6V/10W/G4, JC6V10WG4, Nikon 76342, Olympus 8381