Model 401463C

    Smith-Victor Quartz K63 KIT - continuous light kit

    Prices

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    Specs

    General

    • Device Type
      continuous light kit
    • Depth
      13 in
    • Manufacturer
      Smith-Victor Corp.

    Lighting System

    • Class
      continuous
    • Continuous Light Source
      quartz halogen
    • Carrying Bag Included
      Yes
    • Stand Included
      Yes

    Head

    • Head Qty
      3
    • Lamp Qty
      3
    • Angle of Beam
      80°
    • Protective Glass Dome
      Yes
    • Included Light Modifier
      barndoor, reflector
    • Body Material
      aluminum

    General

    • Manufacturer
      Smith-Victor Corp.

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