Last edited 22 Sep 2016

Extra-low voltage lamp

According to BRE’s The essential guide to retail lighting:

Extra-low voltage lamps are ‘Small tungsten halogen lamps producing two or three times the light output of conventional filament lams. Normally powered from a separate 12 V source. Apart from increased efficiency and lamp life, the heating effect is lower, which is preferable for display lighting.’

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