How many times have you gone to the eye doctor and stared into those eye
charts? If you're older, then probably too much! But for many types
of projection equipment for eye charts, the lamp that's used are the CAX
projector lamps. When looking for projection equipment lighting, it makes sense to find what
what works and has the correct specifications. And when it comes to one of
the most automobile-like bulbs ever made, this one is that really is nothing
like those. CAX projector lamps satisfy the needs of eyecare professionals
as well as people with slide projectors or even some types of overheads. The need for simple
will make these bulbs needed for decades to come. There are a wide variety projectors which
use the CAX lamp, and they don't all look at all the same. The main
purpose for a bulb like this is the light it puts on a surface, how well it
fills out the screen space.
All of the CAX projector lamps regardless of the brand, have the same shape.
The CAX lamps are 50 watts and 120 volt. The color temperature is 2875K
color which is a color similar to warm or yellowish incandescent lighting you
might have in your home. The life is shorter and is an industry standard
50 hours, so
it's good to turn off the lamp when it's not being used. These
also have a silvered covered top which prevents light from going out the top of the
lamp itself. Another thing to remember is when replacing these is that they are
identified by a 3 letter code on the bulb itself. You'll see it somewhere
on the back or the top if it's more like a bulb as opposed to a reflector type
lamp. Sometimes you'll see the code as CAX as described here or ENX, DYS, EVD, ELH
or something similar to that. The ANSI 3 letter code identifies that bulb
as to the shape, wattage, voltage and any other standard information.
Unlike other types of bulbs, these have some standards across various
manufacturers, the only thing that varies is quality.
In summary, CAX projector lamps are used specifically for the medical
equipment or viewer they operate in. Of course, you will need
projectors that will have the correct voltage
for these projector bulbs. Whatever type of projection lamp you have, you
can get what you need while
getting the most light you can for your money. We have a large inventory
of projector bulbs for nearly every type of lighting application in the field. If
you need help identifying a projector bulb, our customer service
representatives can help you determine what you have.