Speedotron ETB, 250 watt Qyartz Modeling Lamp for all Light Units.

Speedotron
SKU: SZ14520 MFR: 851105

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model lamp, 250W quartz, for all light units (except 103B and Zoom Spot)

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Eddy M  I have a Speedotron 1201a power pack with two black line 103 heads. One of my modeling lamps went out and I'm trying to replace it but I don't know how many watts they are. There is no real markings on the bulbs so I don't know if they are 150, 200 or 250 watts. Can you help me get the right bulbs? Thanks Ed
PETER C  The 103 heads take a 150W modeling lamp. The 250W goes in the larger heads. PJC
Eddy M  Thanks Peter. Can I use the 250 on the 103 heads or do I have to stick to the 150. Would there be a problem? Also what other heads can I use with the power pack I have? Thanks
Eddy M  I have a Speedotron 1201a power pack with two black line 103 heads. One of my modeling lamps went out and I'm trying to replace it but I don't know how many watts they are. There is no real markings on the bulbs so I don't know if they are 150, 200 or 250 watts. Can you help me get the right bulbs? Thanks Ed
PETER C  The 103 heads take a 150W modeling lamp. The 250W goes in the larger heads. PJC
Eddy M  Thanks Peter. Can I use the 250 on the 103 heads or do I have to stick to the 150. Would there be a problem? Also what other heads can I use with the power pack I have? Thanks
Eddy M  I have a Speedotron 1201a power pack with two black line 103 heads. One of my modeling lamps went out and I'm trying to replace it but I don't know how many watts they are. There is no real markings on the bulbs so I don't know if they are 150, 200 or 250 watts. Can you help me get the right bulbs? Thanks Ed
PETER C  The 103 heads take a 150W modeling lamp. The 250W goes in the larger heads. PJC
Eddy M  Thanks Peter. Can I use the 250 on the 103 heads or do I have to stick to the 150. Would there be a problem? Also what other heads can I use with the power pack I have? Thanks
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