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Moon Pulse HID Bulbs Make Outdoor Lighting Magical

Moon Pulse HID Bulbs

Moon Pulse HID bulbs are an innovation in outdoor lighting that marry the moon-like glow of mercury vapor lamps with the efficiency of pulse start metal halide technology. Manufactured by Iwasaki Global Technology, these bulbs offer long life and fantastic lighting for outdoor spaces.


Moon Pulse lamps make landscaping plants look their best at night. The lights are not glaring. They provide a diffuse light which mimics the glow of the full moon. They also provide a glow to any structure at which you point them. Because traditional mercury ballasts can no longer be sold to or imported to the United States, Moon Pulse lamps are now the technology of choice for many landscape professionals who want a beautiful lighting option for their clients.

Moon Pulse HID light bulbs come in two shapes: elliptical and reflector. Both shapes come with a medium base for use in many exterior lighting fixtures. 1000Bulbs.com currently offers four wattages: 50W, 75W, 100W, and 175W. The elliptical bulb is perfect for lamps that line walkways. These give illumination in a 360-degree circle. The reflector, on the other hand, reflects most of the light through the top of the bulb. These are prefect fixtures for directional lighting. You can use any combination of these bulbs as long as you have pulse start metal halide ballast in place.

If you are a professional landscaper or an interested consumer, you need to take a serious look at the Moon Pulse HID bulbs. These lights offer beautiful illumination that closely mimics moonlight. Due to careful design and engineering, these bulbs can work in many lighting schemes. You can capture the beauty of mercury vapor lights without the dangers presented with the old mercury ballasts. If you want to enhance your landscape or offer customers the option, look at Moon Pulse for inspiration and guidance.

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