Marco CP-2, CP-400 Auto Projector Bulb [4072]

SKU 11990
This is a Halogen 20W 6V replacement bulb for the Marco Eye Chart Projector CP-2, CP-400.  A Genuine OEM part -- not a generic  For use in ophthalmology, optometry, and other eye care practices  Click on specifications tab for more Cleaning & Care Please refer to the Marco Lensmeter LM-201 user’s
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Description
This is a Halogen 20W 6V replacement bulb for the Marco Eye Chart Projector CP-2, CP-400.

  •  A Genuine OEM part -- not a generic
  •  For use in ophthalmology, optometry, and other eye care practices
  •  Click on specifications tab for more

Cleaning & Care
Please refer to the Marco Lensmeter LM-201 user’s guide for detailed instructions for proper use. 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 Marco
In 1967, Seymour Marco, OD, began a mission to propel the profession of Optometry with the best exam lane and diagnostic technologies available. David Marco enhanced that vision with groundbreaking automated refractive devices more than 20 years ago. Marco has helped pioneer the evolution of optometry across five decades. As The Leader in Vision Diagnostics®, they are committed to offering the finest in both classical and automated diagnostic instruments, for the complete practice.
Specifications
​Reorder No. 4072A
Equipment Brand Marco
Equipment Models CP-2, CP-400
Equipment Type Eye Chart Projector
Wattage 20W
Voltage 6V
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