|Equipment Manufacturer||Bausch & Lomb|
|Instrument Type||Keratometer, Ophthalmometer|
A unit of electrical power. It indicates the rate at which the lamp consumes energy.
The base mechanically holds the lamp in place. It directly or indirectly conducts electricity from the circuit to the lamp.
|Candelabra Screw (E12)|
A measure of the quantity of light emitted by a lamp.
|Average Life (hrs)||200 hours|
|Maximum Overall Length (in)||2.28 in|
The 71-71-84 Keratometer bulb is used in the Bausch and Lomb Model 71-21-35.
About Bausch & Lomb:
Bausch & Lomb was founded in 1853 by John Bausch and Henry Lomb in Rochester, New York. They have since developed into a renowned company that is one of the largest producers of contact lenses in the world. In addition, Bausch & Lomb manufactures vision care products, pharmaceuticals and surgical instruments.
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