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infrared lamp

[¦in·frə¦red ′lamp]
(electricity)
An incandescent lamp which operates at reduced voltage with a filament temperature of 4000°F (2200°C) so that it radiates electromagnetic energy primarily in the infrared region.

infrared lamp

An incandescent lamp having a higher percentage of the radiant power in the infrared region than a standard incandescent lamp; has longer average life owing to the lower filament temperature; may have a red glass bulb to reduce the radiated visible light.
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