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Ushio 5000346 UXL-302-O, Xe 300W

Ushio 5000346 UXL-302-O, Xe 300W
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MSRP: $954.95
Sale Price: $381.98
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• Brand: Ushio LEDs and Lighting

• MPN: 5000346

• Model Number: UXL-302-O

• Ship Weight: 0.28lbs

• GTIN: 048777283332

• Condition: New

• Availability: In Stock

• Seller: A-I Consolidated

• Category: Home & Garden > Lighting > Light Bulbs

Ushio 5000346 UXL-302-O, Xe 300W
Base: 0
Voltage: 20
Wattage: 300
Burn Position: V30
Bulb Shape: 0
Bulb Finish: CLEAR
CRI: 0
Color Temp: 0
Arc Gap (mm): 2.6
Ballast: 0
Beam Angle: 0
Beam Spread: 0
Candle Power (cd): 0
Contact to Contact (mm): 150
Diameter In: 0
Diameter (mm): 25.0
Efficacy (lm/W): 0
Filament: 0
Front Glass Cover: NO
Initial Lumens (lm): 0
Mean Lumens (lm): 0
Luminous Flux (lm): 7000
Life (hr): 900
Life Commercial (hr): 0
Light Center Length (mm): 85
Lighted Length (lm): 0
MOL-In: 0
MOL-mm: 174
Reflector Size (mm): 0
Reflector Type: 0
Working Distance (mm): 0
Case Qty: 20
Reflector Color Coating: 0
Luminous Flux - Min (lm): 0
UPC: 048777283332
Length: 2.362
Width: 0.21
Height: 1.969
Weight: 8.268

1 Question & 1 Answer
Yahya Absalan
from Athens, Georgia asked:
January 21, 2024
Is it a 300 w xenon lamp can be used for photocatalytic application? Is it possible to use supply power of 1000 w for ignition?

Also, when can we have expect to have the lamp after ordering?

1 Answer

The Ushio 5000346 is a 300-watt Xenon lamp. It is used for microscopes, medical equipment, spectral luminosity measurement apparatus, infrared communications, high luminosity optical measurements, and plant growth experiments. The bulb is in stock, and it has a 2–3-day delivery time. I do not know if you can use a power supply for ignition, but seeing as they are used in experiments I would assume yes.

Submitted by: Matt Flamand on January 22, 2024