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The Two Main Types Of Projector Lamp Available From JP-UK

Industry: IT

Just Print UK Explores The Differences Between The Two Main Types Of Projector Lamp And Their Unique Advantages.

United Kingdom (PRUnderground) November 21st, 2013

The brightness of your projector lamp is directly linked to the quality of the projected picture. Due to this it is extremely important for you to be familiar with the life expectancy of your projector lamp bulb and ensure that it is keep in optimum condition. A projector lamp bulb begins to dim as it nears its end.

When selecting a future projector lamp, such as a Panasonic projector lamp, there are two main types of bulbs; the metal halide lamp and the halogen bulb, each of which has its own advantages and associated disadvantages. The metal halide lamp is the superior of the two and is frequently found in medium to high end projectors. Metal halide bulbs tend to have a considerably longer lifespan than their halogen powered counterparts.

There is one key way of ascertaining which kind of projector lamp bulb your projector utilises, this is by discerning the colour of the light which is produced. Halogen lamps produce a yellow coloured light, whereas metal halide lamps produce a white coloured lamp.

For further information about the diverse range of projector lamp bulbs available from JP-UK, who is a leading supplier of projector lamps in the UK, you can speak to a member of our dedicated technical team on: 0161 474 1200.

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About JP-UK Just Print (UK) Ltd

JP-UK are specialist providers of Interactive Touchscreens, iPad Rental, Projector Lamps, Printer Consumables, Projection Equipment, Interactive Learning Products, Educational Furniture, Visualisers, Apple Security Products and IPAD / Tablet / Laptop / Netbook Security Trolleys to business, corporate, schools, colleges, universities, government clients and private individuals across the UK and Europe. We operate from our Head Office in Cheshire and warehousing facilities supported by our UK and European distribution partners

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