Preferred birdie lamps?

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Normally similar but 100W for my requests. If 75w is enough in output, no reason to change.

Technically (history wise) so as to set a standard (debate,) a Birdie would be a low voltage variant of MR-16 similar fixture. Instead PAR 20/E-26 or PAR 16/E-26 PAR Can would for me be a preferred fixture term for the lamp they are in.

Only get that specific because of tour support needs in defining what lamp they need. Long history of overnighting the wrong lamp across the country when not defined correctly. For me something like 100JDR/MR-16/W/E-26 would in that or some semblence of it description be useful info. Not correct perfect GE description coding for a lamp description, but J(Japan) coding sufficient to know what was wanted.
 

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It's a truss warmer but for other uses when not an Altman #100 Fresnel:

JDR120v-75w/W Ushio #1001029 MR-16, Quartz WFL 40° Ft. Glass
Assumning PAR 16 fixture:

75PAR16/H/FL30 G.E. #41629 PAR 16, Quartz FL 30° 75 w PAR16
75PAR16/CAP/NFL Osram/Sylv. #59034 PAR 16, Quartz NFL (30° Ba) 75 w PAR16
75PAR16/CAP/NFL Osram/Sylvania #59042 PAR 16, Quartz NFL 30° 75w/130v PAR16
75PAR16/NFL/H Abco #05407 PAR 16, Quartz NFL 30° 75 w PAR16
Q75PAR16FL PEC PAR-16, Quartz 30° 75w/130v PAR16
75CAP16NF2 Bulbrite #681671 PAR 16, Quartz NFL 30° 75 w PAR16
75PAR16/NFL Norman Lamps PAR 16, Quartz NFL 75 w PAR16

On the short list of discontinued but opions once out there.