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Energy saving lamp with halogenEnergy-saving lamps with halogen consume about 30% less energy than standard halogen lamps. The Co2 emission is lower.
Halogen energy saving lamps still have relatively high wattage, which does not make them classic energy saving lamps. These usually have less than 10 watts, energy-saving lamps with halogen are around 30 watts and above.
Since energy-saving lamps often took up to three minutes to develop their full luminosity, a completely new energy-saving lamp was developed, combined with a halogen lamp. Between the light bars of the energy saving lamp is a 40 watt halogen lamp, which lights up immediately after switching on with full power. As soon as the fluorescent lamp has reached its full power, the
Halogen lamp automatically off. The 11 watts of the energy saving lamp correspond to about 60 watts of a normal light bulb. The durability is about 10,000 hours. The price is about 15 euros.
The halogen energy-saving lamps are available both as a high-voltage halogen lamp and as a low-voltage halogen lamp. High-voltage lamps are suitable for direct operation on the supply network (230 V), while low-voltage lamps require operating voltages of 6 V, 12 V and 24 V. For low-voltage lamps, a transformer must be connected upstream.
The normal halogen energy-saving lamps with 28 watts, costs about 3.50 euros. They can be screwed in for a normal incandescent lamp with 14/27 socket.
The lamps impress with their long service life, nice halogen light, dimmability, cost savings and good Co2 values.