Description: Philips Automotive brand PAR46 sealed beam automotive headlamp. Halogen medium-flood with 3-contact lug base. 35/35 Watts for moderate power and light, and 12.8/12.8 volts for use with automotive power systems. Beam spread is 35° x 7°, for a wide beam of light. Lamp can be closer
- Lamp Power: 35 watts
- Rated Average Life: 200 to 320 hours
- Mean Lumens: 188340 to 251120 lm
- Lamp Bases: Other Lamp Bases
Description: Halogen Sealed Beams: Wagner® lighting halogen sealed beams deliver brighter, whiter halogen light and shine up to 40% further than incandescent automotive lighting. They include a non-reflective bottom shelf that increases amp effectiveness, reducing glare in rain, snow and fog
Supplier: Kennedy Webster Electric Co.
Description: GE PAR56 - Automotive
- Lamp Power: 65 watts
- Rated Average Life: 150 hours
- Maximum Overall Length: 5 inch
- Filament Type: C-6
Description: Philips Automotive brand X-TREME POWER automotive Low and High beam headlamp and foglamp. 12972/H7 delivers up to 80% more light than the standard lamp. Superior nighttime visibility. Match number 12972 with your current lamp to get an exact match
Description: Wagner BriteLite® capsules are equipped with Xenon gas and high-powered low-beam filament; these lighting capsules deliver 80% more light to the road and create a beam pattern that is 120' longer than standard halogen headlamps. 80% Brighter 120' Longer View Longest Street Legal Light DOT
- High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamp Type: Xenon Lamp
Description: Wagner® TruView® Plus bulb-free LED headlamps virtually eliminates damage caused by road shock and vibration while projecting a brighter, whiter and crisper light that extends the driver's field of vision as compared to standard halogen headlamps. 15,000 hours of performance with less
- Rated Average Life: 15000 hours
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Headlamp, Description/Special Features VORTEC Granite, Battery Size AA, Number of Batteries 4, Yes Batteries Included, Battery Burn Time 8 hr., 28 Lumens, Lamp Type Halogen, Lamp Life 8 Hrs., Light Output Modes 1, Body Color Granite, Body Material Xenoy, Weight with Batteries 228 Grams, Lexan Lens
Supplier: Princeton Tec
Description: This all-LED headlamp offers extreme brightness and beam distance that rivals the high output typical of incandescent halogen and xenon bulbs. The Yukon HL features a Maxbright LED and 3 Ultrabright LEDs. Switch to the 3 LED mode when you require long burn time, and use the 1 watt LED for spotting
- Power Source: Alkaline
- Battery Size: AA
- # of Batteries: 3
- Lumen: 78 lm
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Evaluation of High-Intensity Discharge Automotive Forward Lighting
These SPDs tend to be shifted more toward the shorter visible wavelengths compared to the SPDs of tungsten halogen headlamps .
Performance evaluations of LED headlamps
For example, a typical LED headlamp uses about 80% of the energy consumption of a halogen headlamp .
Federal Register > Friday, September 28, 2001 > [66 FR 49594] Glare From Headlamps and Other Front Mounted Lamps Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 108;...
As introduced, the halogen lamps, generally, were not intended to be more intense than non- halogen headlamps ; their only distinguishing characteristic was that they were whiter in color than other headlamps in use.
Manual driver assistance systems
Since this time the advance and disadvantages of the "xenon headlamps" against the " halogen headlamps " are intensively investigated.
Gas discharge headlights and visibility of coloured road signs
In this study,the visibilityof the road signs is used to examine the effect of the gas discharge lamp’s spectrum compared with that of the conventional halogen headlamp .
Application of LED Headlamps in S. Korea
The illumination of LED headlamp (sample A) satisfied the related regulations, and at some specific measuring points, the performance of LED headlamp was superior to halogen headlamp .
Sag Vertical Curve Design Criteria for Headlight Sight Distance
During the mid-1960s, the first halogen headlamps were used in Europe.
Automotive Lighting and Human Vision
With 50% more sources we created a dipped beam close in performance to a halogen head- lamp .
Strategies for Optimizing Headlamp Illumination and Visibility Along Curves
For example, HID headlamps typically produce on the order of twice the light output as conventional halogen headlamps (Jost, 1995).
Towards Improved Halogen Lighting Performance using a Combination of High Luminous Flux Sources and a Lens Material Approach
Since HID headlamps have become a standard in high-end vehicles and their bluer beam is undoubtedly more appealing than the standard yellowish white commonly observed on the roads from standard halogen headlamps , light source (bulb) manufacturers have introduced alternate solutions, especially...
Discomfort and Disability Glare from Halogen and HID Headlamp Systems
Compared to the traditional halogen headlamp sources, HID headlamps generate more light.
Driving with HID Headlamps: A Review of Research Findings
Spectral reflectances of 14 sign materials and spectral power distributions of seven HID headlamps (along with a tungsten- halogen headlamp ) were used to derive the CIE tristimulus values for the sign materials.
Automotive Lighting and Its Effects on Consumers
Halogen headlamps were offered in the U.S. beginning around 1979, on the Lincoln Versaille luxury sedan.
Discomfort Glare from Headlamps: Interactions Among Spectrum, Control of Gaze and Background Light Level
These lamps not only produce more light than conventional halogen headlamps , they have a wider distribution of light [2, 3], and a different spectral power distribution weighted more heavily toward short visible wavelengths (“blue�? light) .