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tungsten-halogen lamp

A tungsten-filament incandescent lamp which is filled with a gas containing halogens; the envelope, made of quartz or other material that can be subjected to high-temperature, is small compared with standard lamps of equivalent wattage; formerly known as quartz-iodine lamp.
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A new patent-pending Quad lighting design provides a bright halogen light source instead of the conventional low-intensity colored LEDs found in most systems today.
Sunscreen and protective clothing can help minimize exposure, and plastic devices are available that block UV emissions from fluorescent or halogen light bulbs.
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If we want to see the full colour spectrum, we have to buy halogen light bulbs which end up costing 10 times more, and need to be imported from China.
Checking an LED light with a curing radiometer is not as important as it is with a halogen light if it is a corded unit.
The prototype, developed by 32-year-old design student Matty Sallin, uses a halogen light to heat the meat.
The HFT, roughly the size of a food processor, heats small meat samples with a halogen light, boiling out the water within.
Use white halogen light for a clean modern look and Softone bulbs for a warm atmosphere.
Selby has introduced a new low-voltage Halogen light at 115-volt that requires no transformer.
Individual al fibre optic strands are grouped into eight bundles connected to halogen light projectors set behind the glass.
Their new work demonstrates the ability of halogen light to induce skin tumors in three strains of hairless mice.