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Conventional Fixtures Strand-Century 4122 Beam projector Info.

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by Dustincoc, May 29, 2008.

  1. Dustincoc

    Dustincoc Active Member

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    Anyone know much about the 4122 Beam projector, I'm restoring about 10 of them. The currently work but I am doing it as part of our summer lighting maintanence project. I can't find anything online as far as manuals, ect. go which is what I need.
     
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    JD Well-Known Member

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    I used to have a ton of the 10 inch ones which I think is the 4122. Still might have a couple back in the shed. Not much to them, just a reflector, a medium prefocus base, and a little blocking tube that swings up in front to the lamp. (The "proper" name slips my mind!) The screw/knob sets the distance from lamp to reflector to adjust the beam. Socket should be aligned so that the center of the filament is in the center of the reflector and the filament is flat with respect to the reflector. I think they took a 1k lamp (BTR?) As with all BPs, you will not get a clean even field of light, but it's not really intended for that. (More for a "sunlight through window" effect.)
     
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    ship Senior Team Emeritus Premium Member

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    #4122 Strand Century 10" Beam Projector: BTR, BTL, BTN 500T20/64, 750T20P/SP.

    Have fun with them, always fun and you learn a lot.
     

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