EKE 150 Watt 21 Volt Halogen Light Bulb
This ANSI coded EKE lamp is our premium halogen product built to SOS specifications. The SOS EKE is also available in OEM packaging labeled with OEM internal part numbers and bar coded to customer specifications (by request only).
EKE Light Bulb (Lamp) Technical Specifications:
- Average Rated Life (hr): 200 Hours
- Base: GX5.3 Bi-Pin
- Bulb Shape: MR16 Reflector
- Bulb Type: Halogen (with MR-16 Reflector)
- Color Rendering Index (CRI): 100
- Color Temperature (K): 3300
- Diameter d (in): 1.989
- Diameter d (mm): 51
- Filament: CC-8
- Lamp Finish: Coated Reflector
- Length l (in): 1.5
- Length l (mm): 38.10
- Length l max. (in): 1.5
- Length l max. (mm): 38.10
- Luminous Flux (lm): 160
- Maximum Overall Length - MOL (in): 1.765
- Maximum Overall Length - MOL (mm): 44.831
- Nominal Voltage (V): 21.00
- Nominal Wattage (W): 150.00
- Operating Position: Any
- Type of Current: AC
- Working Distance a (in): 1.75
- Working Distance a (mm): 44.45
- Country of Origin: Japan
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Note: EKE may be substituted for ENB which is a discontinued lamp.
***NOTES FOR CHANGING A "EKE" MICROSCOPE LIGHT BULB***
Being in the microscope business for over 25 years SOS, has seen all kinds of specialty bulbs that need replacement in optical systems. From multimillion dollar photo-lithography machines to simple student microscopes there are some basic guidelines that can be followed to ensure safety and extend the life of the lamp.
PURCHASING A EKE LIGHT BULB:
If you have trouble finding your bulb, try searching the web with the model number of the scope or any other information you know about the light bulb. There are many light bulb distributors globally but it is a good idea to buy a microscope bulb either from the scope manufacturer, a microscope dealer, or a specialty bulb distributor. These bulbs (sometimes referred to as lamps) are not household bulbs and if not sourced correctly can result in lost time and lost money. We have seen such things as filament spacing, arc positioning, base seating, and poor ceramic potting as issues. Another issue we hear is pricing discrepancies. Once again, buy from a reputable source - when there is an issue with the performance of the microscope or light bulb the retailer or web site will not know how to correct the problem.
EKE MICROSCOPE LIGHT BULB REMOVAL:
Locate the microscope manual. It is always a good idea to follow the steps within the manual. Some microscope and or illumination manuals have detailed graphics that show where the EKE light bulb is located and how to replace it. Make sure the microscope or illuminator has been off for at least 30 minutes. The EKE light bulbs burn extremely hot and can cause severe burns. When removing the EKE, be very careful when taking it out of the socket. Some sockets are made out of ceramic that can be fragile. You may require a screwdriver to remove the illuminator in order to get to the light bulb. Compare the removed light bulb with the new bulb. There are so many different types of bulbs and manufacturers of bulbs that even the slightest change may affect the optics of the microscope. It is also a good idea to keep the old light bulb for future reference.
EKE MICROSCOPE LIGHT BULB INSTALLATION:
Never touch the glass of the light bulb inside of the reflector. The oil from your skin increases the surface temperature of the bulb causing the light bulb to a have shorter life. Use a cloth or request an optical cloth for bulb replacement. We can send you one if requested free of charge when buying a bulb from us. Reverse the procedures when you removed the burnt out light bulb and reattached the illuminator.
EKE MICROSCOPE LIGHT BULB DISPOSAL:
EKE Light Bulbs can simply be thrown away but some microscope bulbs require proper disposal. If you are replacing a mercury, xenon, or fluorescent bulb, contact the distributor to ensure proper disposal methods.
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