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  Halogen Light Bulbs
Halogen Bipin light bulbs are available in a variety of wattages, voltages and pin spacing.
AR Halogen light bulbs are used in specialty applications where precise a tightly controlled beam with sharp cut-off is required.
MR8 Halogen light bulbs measure 1 inch across the face of the bulb and are used for a variety of applications including some holiday ornaments and bicycle headlamps.
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  Halogen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term halogen was coined to mean elements which produce salt in union with a metal.
Halogens are highly reactive, and as such can be harmful or lethal to biological organisms in sufficient quantities.
Chlorine is by far the most abundant of the halogens, and the only one needed in relatively large amounts (as chloride ions) by humans.
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 Incandescent light bulb - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One invention that addressed the problem of short lamp life was the halogen lamp, also called the tungsten-halogen lamp, where a tungsten filament is sealed into a clear "capsule" filled with a halogen gas such as iodine or bromine.
Because the halogen lamp is hot, and poses a danger of fire or burns, and because of the risk from UV exposure, these lamps are usually protected by a lens of ordinary glass, which, as noted above, absorbs most of the UV-B light.
Halogen bulbs are available with a standard fitting, but also come with a pin base, with two contacts on the underside of a metal cylinder.
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 halogen light bulbs quartz halogen lamps
Halogen Light Bulb Fact: Halogen lamps are 20 percent brighter and longer lasting than normal incandescent light bulbs.
Halogens are five non-metallic elements found in group 7 of the periodic table.
Halogen light bulbs become hot because of the close proximity of the bulb wall to the hot filament.
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Halogen bulbs are technically incandescent light bulbs - illumination is produced in both when a tungsten filament is heated sufficiently to emit light or "incandescence." The difference between the two is in the composition of the glass envelope and the gas inside the envelope.
Halogen bulbs are referred to variously as "tungsten halogen,""quartz halogen" or simply "halogen." The term "J" bulb (some manufacturers use the letter "J" in their halogen bulb designations) probably comes from the German word "Jod" which in English is "iodine," one of the elements in the halogen family.
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 halogen. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Astatine (At), formerly known as alabamine, is a radioactive element also classed as a halogen; its most stable isotope (which does not occur in nature) has a half-life of less than 81/2 hr.
The halogens are the best-defined family of chemical elements.
Some other halogen compounds are calomel (mercurous chloride), fluorite, sal ammoniac (ammonium chloride), corrosive sublimate (mercuric chloride), and chlorine bleaches.
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 Halogen Lights
The efficacy (lumens/watt) of halogen bulbs, and all incandescent bulbs is roughly one quarter to one third that of fluorescent or metal halide sources.
Since the efficacy of halogen floods is about 1/3 to 1/4 that of metal halides, that will take between 750 and 1,000 watts of halogen flood.
Halogens run at a hotter temperature than normal incandescents because the gas in the bulb helps prevent filament degredation at the higher temperatures.
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 Dazor | Halogen Lighting including halogen desk and floor lamps.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These modern and attractive halogen lamps are perfect for almost any home or office environment.
All halogen lights have a 2-year warranty on electrical components and a 5-year warranty on mechanical operation.
This 20-watt halogen lamp features a 2.5” diameter reflector head that produces a very concentrated beam of light with a color that is very close to natural daylight.
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 halogen light bulbs :: discount halogen bulbs
Halogen bulbs are more expensive than the incandescent kind you get at the corner store, but in the long run, they're much more economical: not only do you get more light, they last longer than incandescents.
Halogen bulbs are ideal for most household lighting needs, either in fixtures or in lamps.
However, in the halogen bulb the envelope is made of quartz and the gas is a halogen ("salt former"), either fluorine or chlorine.
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 The Great Internet Light Bulb Book, Part I
A halogen bulb is often 10 to 20 percent more efficient than an ordinary incandescent bulb of similar voltage, wattage, and life expectancy.
Halogen bulbs may also have two to three times as long a lifetime as ordinary bulbs, sometimes also with an improvement in efficiency of up to 10 percent.
Halogen bulbs usually fail the same way that ordinary incandescent bulbs do, usually from melting or breakage of a thin spot in an aging filament.
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 Halogen Light Bulbs: Light Bulbs Etc, Inc.
Halogen Bulbs are identified by their shape, size, voltage, and wattage.
These halogen lamps have an IR (infrared) coating on the filament which allows the lamp to produce more light than standard halogen lamps for the same amount of energy.
The most common characteristic of J Type halogen light bulbs is that they are double ended (have a base on each end), which is called a R7s or RSC base.
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 Fire Dangers With Halogen Torchiere Floor Lamps   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Halogen torchiere floor lamps, free-standing lamps with open, shallow bowl tops that provide indirect "up lighting," have become increasingly popular since their introduction in the United States 1983.
The CPSC and the halogen lamp industry are cooperatively recalling for in-home consumer repair some 40-million halogen torchiere floor lamps.
Consumers who own halogen torchiere floor lamps without a glass or wire guard over the glass bulb shield can receive a free wire guard with installation instructions from several different national-chain retail stores, which are helping the industry make the guards available to consumers.
www.statefarm.com /consumer/vhouse/articles/florlamp.htm   (613 words)

  
 The MSDS HyperGlossary: Halogen
Some other terms that involve halogens are halocarbon (a halogenated hydrocarbon), chlorocarbon (a chlorinated hydrocarbon) and chlorofluorocarbon (CFC, a class of molecules containing Cl, F, and C that are useful refrigerants and extinguishing agents, but are also very bad for the ozone layer).
You may also hear the term halogenated waste around the laboratory, because chemists often segregate their chemical wastes into halogenated materials and non-halogenated materials because it costs more to dispose of halogenated materials and because halogenated wastes are sometimes incompatible with other wastes.
Halogenated organic molecules are a very important class of chemicals that are used to produce a wide variety of other chemicals and consumer products.
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 Halogen Lamps
To get the most out of your copiers' halogen lamps and minimize the number of lamp-related unscheduled service calls, you must have a basic understanding of how halogen lamps function and what factors affect their longevity.
A halogen lamp is an incandescent lamp that utilizes heat to generate light and incorporates small amounts of halogen gas to increase brightness and longevity.
The halogen gas is released to combine with other tungsten particles, completing a "halogen cycle." This repeating process results in the filament lasting longer and the bulb darkening at a much slower rate than in a standard incandescent lamp, producing increased brightness over a longer life.
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 halogen bulbs :: halogen light bulbs :: xenon bulbs
Halogen light bulbs for your car, motorcycle or truck are often expensive.
Halogen bulbs burn around 500 degrees Fahrenheit, which is extremely hot.
Some of the benefits of Xenon bulbs include a longer life than halogen light bulbs, they burn cooler, have no harmful UV rays, and they can be handled with bare hands.
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 Halogen Floor Lamp
At an electric rate of $0.14 per kilowatt hour, the cost of using one 300 watt halogen floor lamp for 5 hours per day is about $85.00 annually.
Compare that to a halogen floor lamp which operates at a much higher 1000 degree temperature.
The 40 million halogen lamps in the United States consume 20 billion kWh annually, 5 times the energy generated by wind turbines and photovoltaics, and contributed to 189 fires, resulting in 11 deaths, because of their high temperatures.
www.fullspectrumsolutions.com /halogen_floor_lamp.htm   (431 words)

  
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Quartz Halogen bulbs give approximatly twice the light output of the older Tungsten filament type, as well as being a "whiter" light.
We have had specially made powerful Quartz Halogen bulbs with fittings to suit the earlier British Pre-Focus type of headlamp fitted to bikes from post war to the 1970s and cars up until the introduction of the sealed beam unit.
Halogen replacement bulbs are available in 6V 25/25W and 12V 35/35W.
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 Halogen Light Bulbs
Halogen light bulbs come in many different configurations including all the different types of flood light bulbs, bipin, MR11, MR16 and many more.
You will find all the different types that you might be looking for here and you'll find that these have a longer lasting life than what you might see in a hardware superstore.
Some of the most popular are the Sylvania Capsylite halogen light bulbs which were some of the original versions of this category.
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 Halogen Christian a cappella group
Halogen is a 5-man Southern Christian Contemporary a cappella group, singing together since 1995, with a sound based on tight harmonies and remarkable vocal percussion.
But Halogen took a distinctive step away from the styles of those groups by taking full advantage of both their classical training and the pop, RandB, jazz, modern country, and gospel sounds they grew up with, mixed with the unique vocal percussion to create a music unlike anyone else's.
Halogen took a distinctive stylistic step away from groups like Take 6 by taking advantage of both their classical training and the pop, R&B, jazz, modern country, and gospel sounds they grew up with, mixed with Greg McAmis' unique vocal percussion.
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 halogen articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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halogen HALOGEN [halogen] [Grsalt-bearing], any of the chemically active elements found in group VIIa of the periodic table ; the name applies especially to fluorine (symbol F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), and iodine (I).
Freon FREON [Freon] [trade name], any one of a special class of chemical compounds that are used as refrigerants, aerosol propellants, and solvents.
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 HALOGEN VALVE SYSTEMS, INC.
This bulletin provides consulting engineers and facility managers an overview of the two Fire Codes in use as of 2003 and an interpretation of their applicability regarding the Halogen Valve Terminator and Eclipse emergency shut off actuators for chlorine cylinders and ton containers.
Halogen Valve Systems valve closure system offers the complete answer to the needs established by the 2003 UFC and IFC model codes.
Halogen is the leading supplier of these devices.
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 OSRAM SYLVANIA - Halogen
Standard halogen lights have been around since 1978 and are the standard factory headlights in the majority of vehicles on the road today.
Halogen Plus Long Life lights are designed to last up to 6 times longer than standard headlights and are engineered to withstand more road shock and vibration.
Standard halogen lights are designed to meet government regulations and also, performance and life expectations from the manufacturers.
www.sylvania.com /ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/Products/Halogen   (270 words)

  
 Halo Generals Mod - A Modification for C&C Generals: Zero Hour   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Halogen, crates are used for storing such valuables as legal documents, bills, and my personal favorite, Subway cookies.
Conditions and damage resulting from improper viewing of Halogen renders of Covenant or UNSC or Flood or Forerunner units.
Recently Halogen (along with Blitz 2) was mentioned in the Dutch magazine "PC Zone Benelux" There is a scan and a translation of the article in our forums here.
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 Halogen Lamps from Gilway Technical Lamp   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Halogen lamps offer high brightness, high color temperature and minimum lumen depreciation during lamp life.
Gilway has Quartz halogen lamps at 10 - 400 watts operating on voltages ranging from 6 to 120 volts AC or DC.
Halogen lamps are ideal as light sources for spectrophotometry instruments, fiberoptics and optical scanners, as they provide broad band spectral radiation ranging from the ultraviolet, through the visible and into the infrared.
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 Action to Improve Safety of Halogen Torchiere Floor Lamps
Halogen torchiere floor lamps are free-standing lamps with a shallow bowl-shaped light fixture mounted on top of a 6-foot pole and illuminated by a tubular halogen bulb.
Most halogen torchiere floor lamps meeting the revised UL standard already are equipped with a glass or wire guard over the glass bulb shield to help prevent flammable materials from touching the bulb.
Consumers who own halogen torchiere floor lamps without a glass or wire guard over the glass bulb shield can receive a free wire guard with installation instructions by calling (800) 523-5702 extension 592 or sending postcard to Attention Consumer Services, 18191 NW 68th Avenue, Miami, FL 33015.
www.cpsc.gov /CPSCPUB/PREREL/PRHTML97/97173.html   (615 words)

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