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Old 20th March 2013, 02:05 AM   #1
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Default What burner does my Mitsubish XD2000u take? The lamp says NSH300MD

The chassis states the lamp it takes is NSH300MD - which google tells me is the Mitsubishi part number for the lamp. I have two burnt lamps, one OEM and one aftermarket. I'd like to reuse the housing and reflector, but I can't seem to find out what burner I need.

I'd assume from the part number that it is a 300W burner. The two burnt burners have coils on one side, so I guess that makes it DC. I threw my multimeter on the mains and it blew up (quite a light show!) So I have no idea what the voltage is.

Is there any more that I need to know?
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Old 27th April 2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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This one:
LumenArc - Replacement 300W DC Projector Lamp Burner

It is a DC and the coil represent High Voltage ignition. The burner should come with the coil and you would use it only if it is High Voltage ignition or just leave off if required for Low Voltage ignition application.
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