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#1 Brian Wells

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 10:49 PM

It occured to me that I'd like to see some more output from my Dedolight 150W/24V head and the GY6.35 base 250W/24V lamp sounds interesting. My concerns are, of course, heat, and risk of fire! I've heard of lamping certain fresnels with higher wattage globes for increased output with little side effect (Pepper 100, etc.), so why not do the same with Dedolight?

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#2 Stephen Williams

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Posted 16 June 2006 - 04:12 AM

It occured to me that I'd like to see some more output from my Dedolight 150W/24V head and the GY6.35 base 250W/24V lamp sounds interesting. My concerns are, of course, heat, and risk of fire! I've heard of lamping certain fresnels with higher wattage globes for increased output with little side effect (Pepper 100, etc.), so why not do the same with Dedolight?

Your thoughts?


Hi,

I would email Dedo Weigart about that. I am sure they have tried !


Stephen
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