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  • Tempered glass
  • For halogen lamps
  • 50mm diameter
  • Custom diameters available
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Linear Spread Lens for MR16 Lamp

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Linear Spread Lens for MR16 Lamp

Item #PLSL-16
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$6.90
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About our Linear Spread Lens for MR16 Lamp
Description

    This linear spread lens for MR16 halogen light bulbs produces asymmetrical light distribution. Spreading the beam of light in one axis, it leaves the light distribution unchanged for the other axis. When the ribs in the lens are oriented horizontally, it creates a vertical oval of light that can create an even wall washing effect.

  • Diameter: approximately 50mm in diameter (1.968in)
  • Thickness: approximately 5/32in thick (approximately 4 mm)
  • Other Names: sometimes called an elongated lens, an elliptical lens, or a Skytex lens
  • Surface: ribbed on one side
  • Tempered Glass
  • Custom Diameters: available if a quantity of 100 or more is ordered - please call for details
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Linear Spread Lenses, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form.  We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

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Product Reviews
Linear Spread Lens for MR16 Lamp
$6.90
3 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Rick
Houston
3 Stars

Great accessory although too thick
April 26, 2013
For the particular fixtures for which I intended to use this, the glass is too thick for the fixture's holder, so I am having to have the diameter cut down.



Questions & Answers
By Brian Markwalter from Lawrenceville, GA on May 15, 2014
When installing a Linear Spread Lens, does the ribbed side of the lens face towards or away from the bulb?
By Mike from Tampa on May 15, 2014

Answer:
I tried it both ways, and found the lens works best, at least for me, with the ribs facing out. In my case, I needed to have the ribs vertical, to get the spread I needed.
By Jim from San Francisco on May 15, 2014

Answer:
Away from the lamp.

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