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.
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.
Two new thermoset polyester BMCs offer cost savings to molders of automotive headlamp reflectors and devices for handling micro-electronic components.
CLEVELAND -- New ultra-bright Nighthawk(TM) replacement automotive headlamp bulbs from GE are now available at retailers throughout the U.
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.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO(tm) low-mercury lamp technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
At Chinaplas last month, Engel Austria presented for the very first time a time- and cost-saving method of injection molding 22-mm-thick PMMA lenses for automotive headlamps.
multi-topology DC/DC LED driver with adjustable switching frequency and current sense threshold that provides design flexibility and low electromagnetic interference (EMI) for automotive headlamps, fog lights and general-purpose area lighting.
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.
Demand for materials with higher heat resistance has been growing fast and in some cases outpacing supply, driven by thinner and more complex consumer electronics, highly styled automotive headlamps, and lightweighting in the aerospace industry.
The latter combines key performance and processing features and can be considered for automotive headlamps and other exterior parts.
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