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Pulse Start Metal Halide Lamps

When looking for lighting solutions, you deserve the very best in performance and efficiency. With pulse start metal halide lamps, you get powerful lighting built to last. Known for their incredible output, pulse start metal halide lamps are the newest technology in high-intensity discharge lamps. The upside for pulse start metal halide light bulbs is the time that it takes to light the lamps. What is meant by uptime is how long that lamp takes to come back on after being shut down or coming in from a fresh approach. These lamps are used in a variety of fixtures from high bays, wall packs, canopy lights, floodlights, street lighting, and a whole lot more. Some of the most common wattages used in pulse starts are 250 W, 400 W, 750 W, and 1000 watt. These lamps are controlled by several pulse start metal halide ballasts including an M35, or M155 these are specific towards this lamp and have to be wattage specific. We suggest making sure that you're using the right base and ballast when selecting these lamps.


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Philips-MS1000/BU/BT37/PS 1000 watt Metal Halide Light Bulb 3700K CRI 65
  • Brand: Philips 
  • Average Life: 15000 hrs
  • Lamps Diameter: 4.6 in
  • Bulb Shape: BT37 
  • CRI: 68
  • Color Temp: 4000k
  • Lamp Base: Mogul (E39)
  • Lamp Type Metal Halide Pulse Start 
  • Wattage: 1000
  • Lumen Initial: 115,000
  • Lumen Mean: 86,000
  • Length: 11.5 in
  • Operating Poition: Base Up +/-15°
MS1000/BU/BT37/PS

Price: $300.20

Pulse start bulbs tend to have a higher lumen level than regular metal halides using less wattage with a brighter output. For example, a 400 W Metal halide will have approximately the same light output as a 320 W pulse start metal halide saving energy. There are multiple of burning positions these lamps can be put into including up and universal which would be application-specific. Also, pulse start metal halide light bulbs come in clear and coated for different light tones. If you're having problems selecting the correct lamp for your ballast, please contact us with the ballast number or lamp number specific to the product you're looking for. We offer a wide selection of this lighting type to meet your needs. Choose from a range of wattages, as well as your choice of bulb type, including T8 pulse start options and MR16 bulbs.

At Warehouse-Lighting.com, we are available to answer any questions you may have to help you find the right solution. Contact us today to get started.