Definition of Lamphouse
1. Noun. Housing that holds a lamp (as in a movie projector).
Generic synonyms: Housing
Group relationships: Cine Projector, Film Projector, Movie Projector
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Literary usage of Lamphouse
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Motion Picture Projection: An Elementary Text-book by James Ross Cameron (1921)
"The proportions of the lamphouse are imposing, the extra large area facilitates an operator in being able to get inside the lamphouse to get at any ..."
2. Mine Gases and Ventilation: Textbook for Students of Mining, Mining by James Thom Beard (1920)
"No oil container other than the lamp vessels should be permitted in the lamphouse or station, which should be of fireproof construction and kept free from ..."
3. Motion Picture Making and Exhibiting: A Comprehensive Volume Treating the by John B. Rathbun (1914)
"The lamphouse should be grounded by fastening a wire to it and running the wire to a water or waste pipe, not a steam pipe. This may save you an unpleasant ..."
4. Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations: 1994 National Proceedings by Thomas D. Landis (1996)
"The lamphouse is protected from water and debris by an updraft airstream exiting the lamphouse aperture. Filtered ambient air is provided for lamp cooling ..."
5. Sailing Directions for the Great Lakes and Connecting Waters by United States Hydrographic Office, Robert C. Ray, Ray, Robert C. (1896)
"On the south end of the pier of Portage Lake Ship canal, at the entrance from Portage lake, is shown a fixed white light from a small, square lamphouse. ..."
6. The American Annual of Photography (1907)
"The lighting of the chart was obtained by projecting the light directly upon it. For this purpose a Stern's Midget Arc Lamp was used. A lamphouse ..."
7. The Stage in the Twentieth Century: Third Volume by Robert Grau (1912)
"The table for lamphouse is provided with a substantial swing movement which instantaneously brings the lamp into optical centre either with the MP Pro- ..."