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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.
HALOGEN LAMP SPECTRUM HAZARDS: Halogen lamp produces a continuous spectrum of light, from near ultraviolet to deep into the infrared.
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 filament within the tungsten halogen lamp is the weak link for mechanical strength, as filament breakage can occur as a result of the vibration created by landing aircraft.
Back in 1974, the issue causing the industry pain was how to use a new lamp source, tungsten halogen lamps, safely.
Prior to the introduction of tungsten halogen lamps, many incandescent products were test-exempt provided the fixture met certain size restrictions.
Hawthorne, NJ, January 22, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Anderson Thermal Devices Inc..offers a new ceramic reflective coating on infrared quartz halogen lamps and heaters called "RadReflect".
Halogen lamps are expected to see the strongest value demand increases through 2017, rising at a double-digit annual pace to $1.8 billion.
Five specific technologies available today in fluorescent, high-intensity and incandescent lighting systems include T-5 fluorescent lamps, compact triple tube fluorescent lamps, conversion compact fluorescent lamps, metal halide lamps, and halogen lamps.
Sources at Thompson Plastics Group in Hull and Wokingham Plastics in Wokingham, Berkshire, confirm that halogen lamps [TABULAR DATA OMITTED] provide heat-up times as short as 0.2 sec (versus 30-60 sec with quartz tubes), immediate response to setting changes, and ability to heat without scorching.
In contrast, the researchers failed to find any tumors in mice exposed to halogen lamps whose UV rays had been filtered out by inserting a plain glass cover over the bottom of the spotlight.
The ChamberIR Model E4 infrared heater focuses high-density infrared energy generated by T3-style halogen lamps onto a cylindrically shaped target area.