Category: Counterfeit Lamp Awareness

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Learn more about the dangers of counterfeit DLP Television lamps and Front Projector lamps. Find out why buying your projector lamp from a trusted reseller or distributor can prevent damage to your television or projector. Stay up to date on counterfeit news and developments.

 

How OEM projector lamps protect your eyesight

Key elements OEM projector lamps use to protect your eyesight Whether used for business, in the classroom, or for home entertainment, your projector is a key element for your multimedia set-up. Not only do you want your projector working at

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What to do when your projector lamp explodes

You turn on your projector or RPTV and after a few minutes you hear a loud pop and see smoke. Your projector lamp has just exploded. First of all relax. Your projector lamp is in a plastic cage so most

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Which replacement projector lamp is best?

Why worry about labeling on a replacement projector lamp? You want the best replacement projector lamp not only to keep your projector working but also to protect your health and safety. When shopping for your replacement projector lamp it pays

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Projectors in the healthy classroom

Learn how to keep a healthy classroom when using a projector. You may be using a traditional data projector on a table, a short throw projector mounted on the ceiling or a rear-projection whiteboard. Despite the type of projector being used,

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Protect your eyesight when using DLP projectors

DLP projectors offer amazing visuals with crisp colours and clear images.  However, there are some associated health risks particularly with your eyesight. Health and safety experts recommend no more then 1/10 of a seconds direct exposure to the high intensity

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Why Philips remains the leader in DLP lamps

Keep your projector working at its best by investing in a Philips OEM projector lamp. Who makes DLP lamps? There are only handful of genuine lamp manufacturers in the market such as Philips, Ushio, Pheonix, Osram, Matsushita, with Philips being

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Make sure it’s an original DLP projector lamp

Have doubts about your newly purchased DLP projector lamp? Find out if your DLP projector lamp is genuine or not. “Not all companies work with Philips and it’s become a widespread problem in the global market,” said Gerrit de Beer,

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Checklist for buying genuine OEM Projector Lamps

Use this handy checklist to be sure you’re buying a genuine OEM projector lamp. Learn how to spot counterfeit OEM Projector Lamps Red flag Descriptions Watch for these keywords in the description of the projector lamp. They are often used

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Your eyesight at risk with counterfeit projector lamps!

Don’t put your eyesight at risk No one wants to risk their eyesight to save a buck. You may be putting your eyesight at risk by installing a counterfeit generic lamp into your 1080p projector. Original equipment manufactured (OEM) projector

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Look for the seal of approval when buying projector lamps

Only a few companies sell authentic projector lamps. Make sure you’re buying  from a recognized authorized dealer. The Internet has been flooded with companies selling “generic” projector lamps. Many claim to be compatible with your projector. Only a few companies

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