Osram XBO 450W/1 SFa20-8/SFa20-10








XBO lamps are used for cinema projection, professional video projectors, event and architectural lighting as well as in fiber optics systems, for example in endoscopy or surgical microscopy equipment.

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528,80€tax excl.

Weight: 0.8 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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Nominal wattage 450W
Lamp voltage 17V
Nominal current 25.0 A
Lamp current 25.00000 A
Current control range 17…30 A

Nominal luminous flux 13000 lm

Diameter 29.0 mm
Length 202.0 mm
Mounting length 212.0 mm
Length with base excl. base pins/connection 202.00 mm
Light center length (LCL) 95.5 mm
Electrode gap cold 2.8 mm

Max. permitted ambient temp. pinch point 230 °C

Lifespan 800 h

Base anode (standard designation) SFa20-8
Base cathode (standard designation) SFa20-10

Cooling Forced
Burning position s80p10

Product benefits
-Short arc with very high luminance for brighter screen illumination
-Constant color temperature of 6,000 K throughout the entire lamp lifetime
-Easy to maintain
-High arc stability
-Instant light on screen thanks to hot restart function
-Wide dimming range

Areas of application
-Classic 35 mm film projection
-Digital film and video projection
-Architectural and effect light (“Light Finger”)
-Sunlight simulation

Product features
-Color temperature: approx. 6,000 K (Daylight)
-Wattage: 1,200…8,000W
-Very good color rendering index: Ra > 96

Osram XBO 450W/1 SFa20-8/SFa20-10 4008321082510 XBO-450-1

Data sheet
Wattage - watt (W)450
Luminous flux - lumen (lm)13000
Luminous Efficacy Lamp - (lm / W)29
Light color temperature - kelvin (K)6000
Color rendering index - CRI96
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)450
Lifetime - hours (h)800
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)1
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  • Lumen - Lm

    The lumen (symbol: lm) is the SI derived unit of luminous flux, a measure of the total quantity of visible light emitted by a source. Luminous flux differs from power (radiant flux) in that radiant flux includes all electromagnetic waves emitted, while luminous flux is weighted according to a model of the human eye's sensitivity to various wavelengths. Lumens are related to lux in that one lux is one lumen per square meter.

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