halogen lamp


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

hal′ogen lamp`


n.
a gas-filled, high-intensity incandescent lamp containing a small amount of a halogen, as iodine.
Translations
Halogenlampe

halogen lamp

nHalogenlampe f; (Aut) → Halogenscheinwerfer m
References in periodicals archive ?
Injuries by halogen lamp usually occur to the skin upon directly touching the lamp; whereas ocular injuries are uncommon.
0mm2 cables connected via a series isolating transformer in the range 30 to 300W which are sized to suit the power requirement of the tungsten halogen lamp used to produce the requisite photometric output.
Now that the tungsten halogen lamp was more compact, the fixtures became smaller while the lamp source became hotter to maintain the halogen regenerative effect.
These factors allow for the RadReflect (ceramic reflective coated quartz halogen lamps) to be operated at higher application temperatures while keeping the back of the high quality quartz tube cool, extending the quartz halogen lamp life.
A full line of halogen lamp holders that can be supplied with customer specified wiring and connectors to simplify inventory management and assembly is available from Gilway Technical Lamp.
Several nations already require such a glass cover for certain models of lamps, though its purpose is to protect consumers if the halogen lamp were to shatter.
These new energy-efficient lamps offer a direct alternative to the highly popular MR-16, or metalized reflector halogen lamp, currently used in the marketplace.
The 9-W PAR20 replaces a 35-W halogen lamp, and the 23-W PAR38 replaces a 90-W halogen lamp.
A halogen lamp can receive the UL seal only if it can withstand a double layer of clothing draped over the top of the unit for up to seven hours.
If you have any questions about halogen lamp safety, call Underwriters Laboratories at (800) 787-8540 or the CPSC Hot line at (800) 638-2772.
Editors selected the International Rectifier IR2161 adaptive technology halogen lamp transformer control IC, a single-chip solution specifically designed for electronic transformers that drive low-voltage halogen lamps.
In 1997 the CPSC required halogen lamp manufacturers to make design changes, such as placing a safety cage over the halogen bulb, to reduce the risk of fire.