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    Does anyone make a lens that could focus an MR16 diameter flood to a pin spot? Someplace like Deal Extreme or the like?? I know they have all sorts of lens... hmmm....

    Either that or we need a white light laser...
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    You my want to check the bulb you used - there may be one with a tighter beem.
    The following ANSI standard codes are used to designate certain power and beam angle combinations for MR16 lamps. Many manufacturers use these standard codes for lamps matching these specifications:

    ESX: 20 watt, 10 degree beam (20MR16/10)
    BAB: 20 watt, 35 degree beam (20MR16/35)
    EXT: 50 watt, 15 degree beam (50MR16/15)
    EXZ: 50 watt, 25 degree beam (50MR16/25)
    EXN: 50 watt, 40 degree beam (50MR16/40)
    FNV: 50 watt, 60 degree beam (50MR16/60)
    FPA: 65 watt, 15 degree beam (65MR16/15)
    FPC: 65 watt, 25 degree beam (65MR16/25)
    FPB: 65 watt, 40 degree beam (65MR16/40)
    EYF: 75 watt, 15 degree beam (75MR16/15)
    EYJ: 75 watt, 25 degree beam (75MR16/25)
    EYC: 75 watt, 40 degree beam (75MR16/40)
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    OK but I would want to use an existing LED MR16...
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