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100W A Class Projection Lamp GY6.35


About this product


  • High quality projection lamp
  • Suitable for a wide range of applications
  • 50 Hours life span average (GT28 - 35 Hours)

Product overview

• High quality projection lamp• Suitable for a wide range of applications• 50 Hours life span average (GT28 - 35 Hours)

A halogen bulb for use in cine projectors, overhead projectors, disco lighting etc. Average life is 50 hours (except for GT28, which is 35 hours).


Order Code: LIF Code: ANSI Code: Voltage: Wattage Fitting: Type*
FU88 A1/215 FCR 12V 100W GY6.35 C

an inherited EUMIG R2000 Instaprojection 8mm projector (purchased circa 1976 ) requires a new tunsten halogen lamp -12v 100watt dichroic-reflector ordering No 931 004/6.Is this or compatable lamp available .

Asked by: hopefull john
Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-10-20

I am looking for a replacement bulb for a vintage Hanimex slide projector. I can read the code numbers H22212, FCR ,12 volt 100 watt, G8.35 (I think!!!!) on the old bulb box. Is this bulb a suitable replacement?

Asked by: JohnH
This bulb would not be a suitable replacement.
Answered by: Nataliemaplin
Date published: 2017-03-11

Hi, I'm looking for a replacement lamp for my old Super-8mm film projector (make Prinz Magnon). Would this lamp be compatible with those type of projectors?

Asked by: Mike
Unfortunately we would need more information regarding your exact model as there are a number of different bulbs used across the Super-8 compatible Prinz/Magnon range. If you can email with the exact model details we may be able to help locate a suitable bulb. Alternatively you can take the bulb into a local Maplin store who can physically check it against our range for you.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-01-28

Hi i am after a lamp for a 3m projecter how can i tell which one i need or can i bring it to my local store for them to have a look. Thanks
Asked by: ravi
You would be best to contact your local store.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have a Kodak 25mm Slide Projector - It quotes a 36volt 400watt halogen lamp. Is this likely to be the A1/239 EVD?
Asked by: Bob Moss
Yes, that would be the one.
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17

do you have a halogen 82v 250w spot for a projector? If so whats the order code?
Asked by: George Herron
The manufacturers bulb code would be required to enable a cross reference
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

I''m trying to identify a projection lmap which is 120Volt and 250 Watt? Do you have one in that range, and can yyou identify the part number ?
Asked by: Tom Crawley
we have a 120V 300W bulb - order code PG39N
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17

I need a spare bulb for an InFocus LP240 computer projector. The instructions specify 132 watt UHP lamp. Do you have an equivalent?
Asked by: Gib FitzGibbon
No sorry.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17
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