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Metal Halide Bulbs

Metal Halide light bulbs are extremely bright and give off a white-blue colored light. Metal Halide light bulbs are typically used in parking lots, tennis courts, outdoor wallpacks, flood lights, and parking decks where safety and security are a big priority. Metal Halides lamps have a long life ranging from 9,000 to 20,000 hours. AtlantaLightBulbs.com stocks and sells Venture Lighting, GE, Sylvania, Philips & Prolume brands. These lamps are typically used in commercial lighting applications and use a metal halide ballast to start the lamp and keep the proper voltage supplied to the lamp for operation.. Each metal halide bulb has an assigned ANSI code such as M59, M90, M98 or C156. These codes directly correlate to the ballast that should be used to turn the lamp on and keep it in operation for years to come. Be sure to check your lamp part number and ANSI code's on the lamp and ballast prior to installation to verify a correct match. Some of our more popular metal halides are the 100,175400, and 1,000 watt metal halide bulbs.

To locate the part number on the lamp, look closely at the glass. You will find the part number will typically be etched onto the glass in dark black writing. In many instances this part number wears off, in this case please contact an account manager or use the live chat feature so we can aid in the identification process. Examples of common part numbers are MH400/U M59/E , MP100/U/MED M90/O, CDM70/T6/830. After you have located the part number type it into our search box and let AtlantaLightBulbs.com do the rest!