New Lamps for Old

Anderson, Bob
November 1988
Image Technology;Nov1988, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p413
Trade Publication
The article reports on the improvement made in lamp and luminaire design and to the ingenious devices that have enormously improved productivity without inhibiting the artistic achievements of the lighting directors in Great Britain. The quartz halogen lamp provides more consistent light for the same power with the refinement of lens and mirror designs. Lamp life has increased since the early days but price per lumen hour is still high.


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