Floor lamp Halogen 300W


When I built my house in 1986, I installed in most parts of the tubes in energy-efficient neon (kitchen, living room, toilet, bathroom, office). For some parts, and although it is placed in a warm color decorative batten, the neon tube was still struggling to fit the decor. The new energy-saving lamps, based on the same method of fluorescence and more miniaturized, took in the 2000s over small bulbs chandelier dining room or lanterns corridors. However, there is a position on which the engineers have not considered is that of the halogen lamp to drive. Yet this element of high power (up to 500 or 1000W), present in most indoor deserves to be quickly replaced by a more efficient device. The main problem is the drive is incompatible with fluorescent lamps or LEDs.

Yet I see a simple to implement as long as the lamp manufacturers and those streetlights reach agreement solution: it is sufficient that the dome of the latter can accept a special bulb socket consists of four or five concentric circular tubes . That, in the center, the smaller, provide a low soft light conducive to romantic dinner or TV sessions. The latter, on the outside, bigger and high power (twenty watts in addition to the light output of intermediate crowns) send a uniform ceiling light, enough to read comfortably. The dimmer would be a succession of interrupeurs that cumuleraient ignition different crowns, the smallest, the most powerful. Also playing on the color temperature of the tubes (yellow-orange to 4800 ° K for the dim light until daylight to 9200 ° K in the outer ring), it is easy to create different moods in Part. The powers could range from 5 to 20W per crown, which produce a total of 5 +7 +11 +15 +20 = 58W, equivalent to 300W 500W fluorescent when maximum power is required.

The base of this lamp would include 6 contacts (one per ring plus neutral) it would be the same for the "dimmer" I'll dispense with the scheme as it is simple to design (without electronics).

2004-03-23 23:13:10 by requiem

Lighting basics

You'll want to use indirect lighting, something not too bright. I use an ordinary dimmable halogen floor lamp. You'll also want some sort of adjustable task light for when you need more light on something.
Next step, clean your monitor and eliminate glare. (dust on the screen causes your eyes to try and focus on both the dust and the image, which are not at the same distance, and so causes eyestrain).
Finally, make sure your monitor is running with a refresh rate of at least 85Hz, and preferably over 100Hz. (Supposely the optic nerve gets saturated with data at around 80Hz, so anything higher might be overkill

2004-04-12 12:13:19 by Cluceless_about_Under_Ca

Under Cabinet Lighting

I've decided to remodel my kitchen myself. I've already removed all the cabinets, appliances, the floor and the walls.
My gf chose a halogen light fixture and we are definitely going to have to add some under cabinet lighting. I've seen a couple of sites with tips and it seems somewhat easy. I want to hardwire the system in, and add a switch to control all the under cabinet lights. Does anyone have recommendation on a certain brand or style to use? (I'm thinking halogen or xeon)
I'd appreciate any tips or advice.

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