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There are many types of halogen lamps:-

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Linear Halogen Lamps – often used in security and outdoor lighting
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Bi Pin Halogen Lamps – also know as capsule lamps
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Medical Halogen Lamps – used in specialist medical and dental lamps
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Theatrical Halogen Lamps – used in many of special effect lights on stage
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Photo-Optic Halogen Lamps – used in photography and film lighting
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12 Volt Mini MR11 35mm Halogen Dichroic Spot (Twin Pack) Buy Now
240V G9 Halogen Bi-Pin Globe Twin Pack Buy Now
ALUSTAR 12V Halogen Lamp (Aluminium Reflector, MR16, 3000 Hours AVG Hours Life) Buy Now
Art Nouveu Three Light G9 Halogen Pendant Light Buy Now
BL71005-12 Two Light, GU10 Halogen Barlight Buy Now
BL71005-13 Three Light, GU10 Halogen Barlight Buy Now
Bullet Shape 240V Halogen Pendant Light Buy Now
Contemprary Style G9 240V Halogen Pendant Light Buy Now
CPLB120B 12V 20W Halogen Pond Light Buy Now
Crompton Energy Reduction MR16 Halogen Lamp (10 Pack) Buy Now
Crompton ER Series Energy Reduction Halogen Lamp Buy Now
DG9062 Twin 240V G9 Halogen Floodlight Buy Now
DG9601 Single 240V G9 Halogen Floodlight Buy Now
DG9601S Single 240V G9 Halogen Floodlight with Sensor Buy Now
DG9602 Twin 240V G9 Halogen Floodlight with Twist Lock Face Buy Now
DL26 Fixed Square Downlight (Suits 50W, 12V Halogen Bi-Pin Lamp) Buy Now
DL27S Small Fixed Round MR11 Downlight (Suits 35W, 12V Halogen Dichroic Lamp) Buy Now
DL397-3SC Surface Mounted Halogen Under Shelf Downlight Buy Now
DL888M Fixed Undershelf Halogen Downlight Buy Now
DLM21 Fixed Halogen Downlight (GU10, 240V) Buy Now
EX07A 12 volt Inground Halogen Hooded Spotlight IP44 Buy Now
EX14710-1 Rectangular Single Up or Downward 240V Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX14710-2 Rectangular Up and Down 240V Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX14722-1 Cylindrical Single Halogen Downward Wall Light Buy Now
EX1493-2 Cylindrical Twin Up and Down Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX16051B Exterior 240V Halogen Bollard Buy Now
EX211B 12V 20W Halogen Inground Uplight Buy Now
EX212B 12V 20W Halogen Inground Uplight Buy Now
EX213 Wall Mounted Exterior 12V Halogen Wall Washer With Hood Buy Now
EX214B Wall Mounted Exterior 12V Halogen Wall Washer with Louvre Buy Now
EX333RW/C Three GU10 Surface Mounted Halogen Round Plate Spotlight with Classic Style Heads (350 Rotatable) Buy Now
EX4107 Halogen Oval Floodlight with Lamp Buy Now
EX4109 Halogen Oval Floodlight with Lamp and Sensor Buy Now
EX500 Surface Mounted Single 12V Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX5008 Surface Mounted Up and Down 12V Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX5010 Surface Mounted Adjustable Single 12V Halogen Wall Light Buy Now
EX5021SS 12V 20W Halogen Inground Uplight Buy Now
EX5023SS Recessed 12V Halogen Wall Washer with Hood Buy Now
Halogen Lamps are still quite an inefficient lamp when looking at lumen output per watt. They are slightly more efficient than standard incandescent lamps but a long way short of being as efficient as fluorescent and compact fluorescent technology. At the present time halogen lamps will not be affected by the Australia ban on incandescent lamps but may be included in future bans due to their relative inefficiency.

The Halogen Lamp is a type of incandescent lamp. It has a tungsten filament just like the standard GLS incandescent globe, however the bulb is filled with halogen gas. When an incandescent lamp (one which produces light by heating a tungsten filament) operates, tungsten from the filament is evaporated into the gas of the bulb and deposited on the glass wall. The bulb "burns out" when enough tungsten has evaporated from the filament so that electricity can no longer be conducted across it.

The halogen gas in a halogen lamp carries the evaporated tungsten particles back to the filament and re-deposits them. This gives the lamp a longer life than regular incandescent lamps and provides for a cleaner bulb wall for light to shine through. Life of any incandescent lamp including halogen lamps is limited by the state of the filament which are also affected by things like switching cycles ( the amount of times you turn on and off a bulb) and also the voltage that the lamp is receiving.

Many people write to me and ask is there a halogen lamp that is an energy saver. There is one style of energy saving halogen lamp manufactured by Osram called an IRC (Infra Red Coated) which offers you a 30% more light which means you can use a lamp that consumes 30% less power and achieve the same light outputs. At present these are available in MR16 and Bi Pins. Check out the MR16 IRC halogen lamps here:
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