headlamp

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Synonyms for headlamp

a powerful light with reflector

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Arc-tube of proposed metal-halide automotive headlamp compared with a conventional tungsten-halogen lamp.
Compared with the first generation of Osram's packaged LED for exterior automotive headlamps, the new OSTAR Headlamp Pro comes with an enhanced design to increase the corrosion robustness and, for the first time, with a remote ceramic phosphor to increase efficiency.
In the automotive headlamp arena, new white LED products based on these advances will generate light density exceeding that of the halogen bulb commonly used in automotive headlamps and require a fraction of the physical space.
Exhibit 13: Global Automotive Headlamp Replacement Market by Technology 2011
Henkel offers a full range of lighting adhesives and sealant technologies for automotive headlamp and tail lamp assemblies.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO low-mercury lamp technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO(R) low-mercury lamp technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- With its integrated shutter, the new OSTAR Headlamp LED from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors will simplify automotive headlamp optical systems by emitting a highly efficient and clearly defined light beam without the need for external shutters that are common in current headlamp designs.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO(tm) low-mercury lamp technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
As an example, Murphy pointed to the growing adoption of DuPont(TM) Crastin(R) PBT for directly metalized automotive headlamp bezels, where solutions in materials, design and processing techniques translate into a 40 percent reduction in total part cost and enables designers to achieve new looks that consumers desire.
The increased durability of LEDs also may lead to automotive headlamp systems that will function without the need for replacement.
Key drivers include trends such as thinner and more complex consumer electronics, uniquely branded automotive headlamps, and lightweighting in the aerospace industry.
Survey respondents identify 14 industries where the share of UV or EB already accounts for between one-third to nearly 100 percent of industry processes -- including fiber optics, the manufacture of CDs and DVDs, premium packaging, screen printing, tag and label, premium no wax flooring, automotive headlamps and composite wood fillers.
is designed for injection molding standard and high-intensity discharge (HID) automotive headlamps.
The latter combines key performance and processing features and can be considered for automotive headlamps and other exterior parts.
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