incandescent lamp

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Synonyms for incandescent lamp

electric lamp consisting of a transparent or translucent glass housing containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated by electricity

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Works with a wide variety of lighting fixtures, as it is very similar to the clear incandescent light bulb in terms of shape and light quality(2).
Texas Republican Congressman Joe Barton has elected to fight to save the incandescent light bulb, asserting that they are cheaper and more environmentally correct, and because "the American consumer should be able to make the choice.
Output of more than 900 lumens, equivalent to a 60 Watt incandescent light bulb * Lifetime of more than 25,000 hours, which is 25X greater than a typical incandescent bulb* Color Rendering Index (CRI) greater than 90, which is a high measure of lighting quality * Color Temperature between 2700 -- 3000 Kelvin, which is "warm" white light comparable to that of incandescent sources 2009 Al Bawaba (www.
SWITCH LED bulbs provide the same warm, familiar glow of an incandescent light bulb with the same light output while using up to 80% less energy.
Lighting accounts for 19 percent or one third of the world's electricity consumption, where 90 percent of the energy used through an incandescent light bulb is wasted as heat, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The 60-watt incandescent light bulb will disappear from British shop shelves for ever because at midnight on August 31, its manufacture was banned by the EU.
Take it home and replace one incandescent light bulb.
By the end of 1879, Edison had developed the first practical incandescent light bulb after a long period of trial and error that gave proof to his much-quoted adage that "genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.
Turning off an incandescent light bulb starts saving energy after three seconds; halogen lights, after five minutes.
For example, the specific incandescent light bulb the team studied consumes 60 watts of electricity, while the LED model they studied uses just 12.
It uses 10 watts, or 87% less energy than a comparable incandescent light bulb and 44% less energy than a comparable compact fluorescent bulb.
Although many think that American Thomas Edison invented the incandescent light bulb, the fact was that Swan and Edison were working neck and neck on opposite sides of the Atlantic, with Swan pipping Edison at the post.
The Thomas Alva Edison Museum is issuing 1,000 cards to honor the inventor of the incandescent light bulb and pioneer in the use of electricity.
They can also be used in any orientation - just like an incandescent light bulb.
The LED industry is rapidly growing and has the potential to essentially replace the incandescent light bulb market.