The 900-930 bulb is the genuine, original bulb that is sold by Haag-Streit. As of 2018, this bulb is made in Switzerland and may have alternative numbers on the blue & white box: 300353 or 7220770. Prior to 2018, the lamp would have had 0900.0930 on a black & white box. This lamp is intended to be used in the slit lamp models BA-904, BM-900, BP-900, BQ-900, BX-900, and the non-halogen Model 900.
Cleaning & Care
- Genuine OEM - not a generic
- Also known as 300353, 7220770, 0900.0930
- Used in ophthalmic, optometric & eye care industries
- Click on the specifications tab for more info
Be careful to avoid handling bulbs with your bare hands since the oils on your fingertips can cause inconsistencies in performance. If you do touch the bulb, it’s ok, just wipe it down with an alcohol swab
. The bulbs can get hot! Let it cool down before you take it out of the equipment.Warranty
This item may be returned as per our normal return policy
. Don't forget! You need to contact us
for a return authorization number (RMA). Although rated-life is not a warranty, this bulb is rated to last 100 hours under ideal conditions.About Haag-Streit
For over 160 years, Haag-Streit has been a leading provider of medical equipment for ophthalmologists, optometrists, and opticians. Their experience is the foundation for developing, designing, and producing unparalleled medical instruments and equipment. From slit lamps to surgical microscopes, digital imaging to procedure chairs, they set the standard for precision mechanics and innovative technology.What's the difference between the 900-930, 366 and 900-930-LS?
The 900-930 bulb is the original Haag-Streit bulb that is marketed and sold specifically for Haag-Streit slit lamps by Haag-Streit. This bulb is currently manufactured in Switzerland for Haag-Streit.
The 900-930-LS is the most similar to the Haag-Streit original bulb. It is assembled in the United States using the same lamps that Haag-Streit used prior to sourcing from Switzerland.
The filament is a different shape on the 366. The 366, on the other hand, is a more economical choice.