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Soviet made NOS 800 watt halogen projector (???) lamp

Soviet made NOS 800 watt halogen projector (???) lamp

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Once again, a save from the grandma's attic. I really have no idea why there was such a different variety of lamps in there, I mean, from chicken heat lamps, to fluorescent starters, to halogen lamps? How unique.
This is an NOS Soviet made 800 watt 220 volt halogen lamp, envelope is made from quartz. This lamp is awesome! Such a small little lamp is the size of your thumb, yet its 800 watt!!! That would be quiet an explosion of run without any coolant or not wiped clean from oil. To be brutally honest, I am not scared to run 400 watt HPS on a kettle, but I am honestly scared to try ant turn this halogen lamp on, I am afraid it will blow up, it was probably never operated in 50 or so years. Soon I will buy a new variac, my old soviet one lost it's last breath when I accidentally shorted it on 170 volts. Maybe I will find one on addboard. Nice little collection piece.
At first I thought it was made by Narva, because I have similar halogen lamp, but 650 watts, but this one is made by SPO or Saransk lamp manufacturing plant.

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Manufacturer:SPO Saransk production organization
Model Reference:800/220
Lamp
Lamp Type:Incandescent halogen
Filament/Radiator Type:double coil
Base:push in medium halogen push-fit base
Shape/Finish:Tube
Service Life:approx 5k hours
Electrical
Wattage:800w
Voltage:220v
Optical
Lumen Output:many
Lumen Efficacy:bad because incandescent
Color Temperature:2700k
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Saransk, USSR Russia
Fabrication Date:Not sure
Application/Use:Probably for some kind of projector

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Jan 16, 2019 at 09:34 PM Author: CEB1993
Nice! These could also be designed for stage or studio lights.

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Jan 21, 2019 at 12:57 PM Author: Alex
Stage and studio lamp. Defiantly Soviet made. Impressive never seen such a lamp by an soviet manufacturer.

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