Halogen Bulbs

How To Change A Halogen Bulb?

To change a halogen lamp there are different models, depending on the type of device you are using and some operations can be tricky, even dangerous. To do so, please consult the instruction manual or the mounting instructions of the manufacturer of your luminaire.

What Is The Consumption Of A Halogen Bulb?

We are talking about performance rather than consumption. The efficiency of a halogen bulb is 15 to 25 lumens / watt. Comparatively, a conventional incandescent bulb has a yield of 10 to 15 lumens / watt.The halogen bulbs thus have higher luminous efficiency.

How Much Does A Halogen Bulb Cost?

The price of a halogen bulb is based on criteria like its shape “pencil or reflector” its voltage: 230v or 12v and also its average life: from 2000 to 5000 hours. All of these elements are needed to define the cost.

Are There Economical Halogen Bulbs?

To date virtually all halogen bulb models have their equivalent in economical halogen version called “eco”. Whether in 230v or 12v voltage. Depending on the models, they can save you up to 40% energy.The best example is the 12v dichroic reflector lamp . It goes from 50w to 35w and extends the average life span from 3000h to 5000 hours.

What Are The Halogen Bulb Models?

The halogen bulbs are very diversified and come in almost all the usual forms.

In 230v: Classic, flame, spherical or with reflector, screw cap or bayonet, and halogen bulb GU10 covered on shopareview.com. Or in rectilinear tube with double base Rs7 commonly called “pencil”

In 12v: With or without reflector in G4 base; Gu5.3