halogen lamp


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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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Out of the 270 patients 205 reported to us, in whom ocular effect due to exposure to halogen lamp burst was studied in detail.
An important feature of lights in an airfield, which the tungsten halogen lamp is suited to, is the ability of the control circuit to modify the brilliancy of the lights in relation to the operating conditions; day or night, good visibility or poor.
The safety standard at that time, UL57, the Standard for Electric Lighting Fixtures, did not address the new tungsten halogen lamp source with any clarity leaving too many products to fail in the field.
offers a new ceramic reflective coating on infrared quartz halogen lamps and heaters called "RadReflect".
The scientists say their findings "leave little doubt that uncovered halogen lamps may be potentially carcinogenic in humans.
In these applications, halogen lamps at 3,100K color temperature are used to ensure optimum intensity in the blue spectral range.
A steeper decline is projected through 2022 primarily due to two factors: rising competition from light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and the longer useful lifespan of compact fluorescents (CFLs) and halogen lamps compared to incandescent types.
The ChamberIR Model E4 in-frared heater focuses high-density infrared energy generated by T3-style, halogen lamps onto a cylindrically shaped target area.