Infocus Projector Lamps and Bulbs - Items tagged as "Optima-lighting"
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InFocus isn't exactly a new kid on the block when it comes to projectors. The Oregon based company was founded in 1986 by Steve Hix and Paul Gulick. Since its inception, InFocus has become known for its high-quality DLP and LCD projectors and assemblies in addition to other hot technologies such as smart phones, tablets and LED televisions. BulbAmerica prides itself on providing its customers will a full inventory of lighting products. We start with our bright selection of more than 50,000 bulbs. However, the lights keep lighting up from there. BulbAmerica offers a whole host of lighting products from the lights that make the holidays sparkle to lights that keep homes and businesses safe.
Of course, BulbAmerica offers their own in-house lighting brand as well. However, in addition we stock lighting products from all of the brand name lighting manufacturers, which includes InFocus. When you explore the selection of InFocus projectors, you will find a detailed collection that includes an array of projector lamps as well as replacement bulbs. From InFocus projector assemblies to InFocus replacement halogen lamps, you will discover it at BulbAmerica.
Now, if you have the exact InFocus projector lamp or replacement bulb, simply search for it. If you have trouble finding it or aren't sure exactly what InFocus projector will suit your home or business project, just reach out to BulbAmerica's helpful and knowledgeable customer service department. We can easily be reached by telephone, email or fax. Choose whatever method works for you and your InFocus question will be answered as quickly as possible.
You can reach BulbAmerica by telephone by calling 888-505-2111, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 1-718-707-0404. Once you've ordered your InFocus lighting product, just sit back and wait. Your order will quickly arrive right at your doorstep. Ordering with BulbAmerica is almost as easy as flicking the light switch! BulbAmerica has been helping folks keep their lights on at home, work and even in the car since 2003.