Tungsten-halogen lamp is characterized as one of the more expensive lights on the set, compared to incandescents, the tungsten-halogen lamp houses a filament in a glass enclosure what passes through a halogenous gas and burns at a higher temperature than incandescents.

The halogens do not blacken and accordingly give off a constant and consistent light rather than a wavering and inconsistent effect.

Ref: 124241/2006-09-27

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