|Item Weight||1.15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 8.5 x 10.8 inches|
|Item model number||SL-302B3|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
Bayco SL-302B3 10-1/2-Inch Brooder Clamp Light with Porcelain Ceramic Socket
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- Durability and Safety tested for the toughest situations
- Designed in the USA with quality materials
- Used in Tactical, Outdoor, Recreation levels
- Lights 50-Percent More Area than a Standard 8-1/2-Inch Clamp Light
- Heat Resistant Porcelain Socket
- Rated at up to a 300-Watt Incandescent Bulb
- Adjustable Ball Joint for Easy Positioning
- Spring Steel Clamp with Scratch Resistant Vinyl Sleeve
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Bayco SL-302B3 10-1/2-Inch Brooder Clamp Light with Porcelain Ceramic Socket is designed with a heat resistant porcelain socket and will light up 50-Percent more workspace than a standard 8-1/2-Inch clamp light. For easy positioning, it features an adjustable ball joint and a spring steel clamp with a scratch resistant vinyl sleeve. Bayco is the established leader in next generation task lighting systems incorporating innovative technology for all types of lighting applications. Our dedicated research and development teams continually seek out innovative technical solutions for demanding professional and non-professional lighting applications.
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the Bayco clamp light socket and shield stays cool to the touch. The frame at top does get hot due to light beaming right on it, obviously.
Haven't tried any other bulbs so I can't tell you how they fair. On some of these lamps they say the aluminum is flimsy. The one I got isn't flimsy at all. The gauge is sufficient to maintain its shape. No dings or scratches. I would really need to apply effort to ding it.
The clamp could have a better design. But if you need the clamp just order those extra strong clamps separate, those that look like jumper cable clamps, only without the cable. Would be worth it to you instead of losing a bulb to a dropped light.
It works for me. Longevity is my only concern now. Nothing shows an eminent failure. Will update upon any failures.
If you are using this lamp as a heat lamp this is the one to get. It has a ceramic socket. Do NOT get a heat lamp with a plastic socket. Many heat lamps have those plastic melt/fire hazards.
I will not give any more 5 star ratings due to corporate planned obsolescence. I will not help corporations sell their products that are designed to fail in months. So I give 5 stars after the product survives years.
Both of the units I ordered came bent.
To so much that I couldn't straighten them or use them.
I am using these clamped to a few mic stands as photo lighting with 5000k bulbs.
Hood is super flimsy. (It is not much thicker than one of those throw away aluminum turkey pans. and bend easy)
No on off switch.
Even weaker tilt screws.
Even tightening the screw that controls the angle, these fall constantly.
The clamps are weak as well and I have to use zip ties to hold them in place.
If you buy these prepare to struggle with them.
I bought them knowing of these issues from other reviewers and only purchased them because of the ceramic socket.
I will caution you that you have to use common sense putting this thing together. I have three master degrees but, as my father says I don't have the sense to "pour the pee out of a boot before you put it on." It took me a good 45 minutes to figure out how to attach the clamp because there were no directions. I'm sure that for normal people, it's perfectly obvious and, after I finally figured it out, I actually thought "well duh," to myself, but that was easily the most 45 stressful minutes of my day.
So, I'll save you the time. You'll get the big aluminum base, the little arches that cover the base, the clamp, and you'll have something that looks sort of like a C-clamp that's held together with a screw and a wingnut. You're going to loosen the wing-nut and put the brackets from the thing that looks sort of like a C-clamp around the porcelan base of the light socket. Then, you're going to take the little ball-like end of the clamp - the thing that looks like it should unscrew to attach somewhere else, and you're going to wedge it between the little holes at the end of each part of the brackets of the little thing that looks like a c-clamp that you just wrapped around the socket base, then, you're going to tighten it like your life depends upon it, and, voila.
It really was that simple... once I stopped trying to figure out how to wedge it into this hole or that hole, prop it against this thing or that thing to make it stick, stay, and stay stable.
It works well... it's sturdy, and all in all, I like it. I would have liked it a whole lot better, though, if I didn't have to spend 45 minutes looking like I got kicked off the short buss for inadequate mental capacity. Maybe a little bit of a picture diagram, or even a little card with printed clamp directions would have saved me almost an hour of time and all kinds of feeling like an idiot.