Who invented the halogen light bulb?

Answer The halogen light bulb, known more commonly as the halogen lamp, was first invented by Elmer Fridrich and Emmett Wiley, who were working for General Electric at the time. The patent for their inven... Read More »

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How much halogen is in a light bulb?

A halogen light bulb is a tungsten filament lamp filled with a small trace of halogen, normally bromine. The lamps are brighter and have approximately twice the useful lifetime of incandescent lamp... Read More »

How to Replace a Two Pin Halogen Light Bulb?

Two pin halogen bulbs are used in many different types of fixture's with several options in wattage. Make sure to look over your fixture for what type of hardware it uses. Some may use common phill... Read More »

What is the purpose of a halogen light bulb?

Halogen light bulbs are used because: they can be operated at a higher temperature than can be used for ordinary light bulbs. This results in less heat production compared to light output and an o... Read More »

How to change a halogen light bulb?

Ignore the instructions on touching and turning the lamp to remove it. Since you have a securing clip it is unlikely that you have lamps which turn to fit and remove, I have never seen such fittin... Read More »