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Electrosonic extends lamp offering to Europe, USA

First launched last year, the company's replacement lamp web site now features a multi-currency capability, allowing it to serve a broader customer base.

Electrosonic’s projector lamp website can now service customers in the UK and throughout Europe. In addition to US dollars, the website now supports the Euro, the British Pound and the Swedish Krona.

Visitors to the website can browse what the company claims is the largest and most comprehensive inventory of original equipment manufacturer lamps (OEM). Also available are OEM equivalent lamps for xenon and UHP projectors at what Electrosonic says are savings of up to 50%.

The “Sapphire” xenon projector lamps are made in Japan and are, according to the company, designed to meet or exceed OEM quality and specifications. The “Diamond” UHP lamps utilize OEM bulbs and offer a 120 day warranty.

Electrosonic says that its volume buying power and knowledge of the lamp businesses allows the company to procure lamps through many different channels, ensuring the best prices are passed on to its customers. Volume buyers can achieve special account status, which is reflected in the pricing they see online. Special discounts are also available for education, government, entertainment and corporate buyers who join Electrosonic’s buying group for their sector.

Electrosonic’s lamp customers receive a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and an enhanced 90-day warranty on their lamp purchases. For complete peace of mind, Electrosonic offers its Lamp Replacement Program. According to the company, the program eliminates the hassle of procuring, storing and purchasing projector lamps. The program is said to be fully customisable and offers installation and calibration services, and guaranteed availability.

“The new lamp website offers our clients a quick, efficient and cost-effective way to source new projector lamps for their business,” said Sarah Joyce, Electrosonic’s VP EMEA (pictured). “This new service expands upon our existing portfolio of service solutions across the EMEA region, providing our clients with a comprehensive audio-visual service.”

Electrosonic’s lamp sales and technical support team is based out of London, UK, Stockholm, Sweden, and Minneapolis, USA. Electrosonic also has a network of audio-visual service support staff throughout the US and Europe who are, said the company, able to provide local support and can also provide projector calibration and lamp installation services.