Halogen light bulbs are incandescent lamps containing a halogen gas instead of an inert gas in the bulb. Halogen bulbs are more efficient, give higher quality lighting and have a longer rated life compared to ordinary in... More »

Halogen light bulbs are changed like any other light bulb, but it is imperative that you do not touch a new halogen bulb with your bare skin. Leaving an oily fingerprint on the bulb can create a "hot spot" that causes th... More »

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To remove a halogen bulb, simply remove the light fitting from the ceiling, and take out the bulb. Make sure the electrical mains going to the light are off and the bulb has had time to cool down before touching the ligh... More »

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A type "C" light bulb is a cone-shaped light bulb that is designed for small appliances and indicator lamps. The "C" refers to the cone shape of the bulb. There are many different kinds of "C" light bulbs. However, they ... More »

Halogen incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescent lamps and light emitting diodes are three types of energy-saving light bulbs. All of these three types are more energy-efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs. More »

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A 60 watt type-A light bulb is an incandescent electric light source; it operates with 60 watts of power and has the traditional bulb shape that is categorized as type A. Incandescent bulbs use a tungsten filament that g... More »

Light ballasts work by illuminating bulb chambers filled with gas and regulating the current flow of the lamp. Ballast controls use either simple fixed resistors or more complex control systems. More »

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