Frequently Asked Questions: Welcome to our FAQs/ Support Center. Here you can find most commonly asked FAQs. If you cannot find your answer below, then please Call us at 8077253377, or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shipping and Delivery Policy
Products ordered on phone or through website on-line for delivery within India are shipped through our courier partner if the delivery service to the destination is available. In absence of courier service to the desired location, the products are shipped through alternate Courier partner/ Indian Postal Service.
Shipping to locations within India is done through Fast, safe delivery AIR Courier- FEDEX, BLUEDART, DELHIVERY, DOTZOT, EKART, GATI, PROFESSIONAL, RAPID DELIVERY, SHADOWFAX, WOW EXRESS, XPRESSBEES, ECOM EXPRESS, etc as per Clients choice and service area.
Shipping to locations outside India is done through Fast, safe delivery INTERNATIONAL by AIR Courier- DHL, ARAMEX.
We will provide a tracking number to our Customers post shipping.
The shipping time mentioned anywhere on the website are approximate and we can not guarantee them. Customers are recommended to place an order early on if they have a deadline to meet.
Apart from the shipping time, the order delivery time may vary depending on the requirements and quantity ordered.
Why Projector lamp are expensive this is because the costs to develop and make projector lamps limits competition in the market, so the projector bubs are costly. People often get a shock when they see price of new projector lamp, expecting it to cost similar amount to a fluorescent lamp. But, however, the technologies involved are different.
Projector lamps operate at extreme temperatures and pressures, and high-grade quartz is often used to make the bulbs to ensure resistance to these stresses is achieved whilst providing a very high-quality light output. The mercury used inside the bulb is also costly, and in addition, during the manufacture of discharge lamps the bulb may be hand-blown to ensure precision.
To get Audio from Laptop connected to projector with HDMI, you can disable the “High Definition Audio” from the “Playback devices”.
Payment modes accepted are Via Cash, Cash on Delivery, Cheque, Debit Card, Credit Card, JD Pay, UPI, BHIM, Paytm, Airtel Money, Visa Card, Master Card, G Pay, NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, Demand Draft.
Customer Care Number: 8077253377 for any Product Sales/ Services enquiry from skilled Electronics Engineer. If any questions/ enquiry please Call on Mobile/ Whatsapp 8077253377 number for Customer Care/ Support.
Else, use the Contact page here on our Website to send us a message, or Email to email@example.com. We respond as soon as possible. Our Business Hours are: Monday – Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Our Office Hours of operation are:
Monday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Tuesday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Wednesday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Thursday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Friday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Saturday:- 10:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
How do Projector Lamp work: They operate by sending an electrical current across pressurized ARC gap that is filled with ultra-high pressurized mercury vapor. The current lights the mercury vapor, and causes the lamp to produce an extremely bright light. The light is generated from the excitation of mercury atoms in an electrical discharge between two electrodes. This bright light is shone onto an LCD or DLP panel which in turn produces the amazing images on Screen.
Projector Lamp/ Projector Bulb is an Ultra-High Pressure Mercury Vapor ARC lamp. Projector lamps are categorized as either Metal Halide lamps or ultra-high pressure mercury vapor lamps. Philips has trademarked the name “UHP lamp” for their projector lamps.