1 edition of Field Operating Lamp found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|CONTENTS Paragraph Page PART ONE. INTRODUCTION. Section I. General. Scope 1 1 Records 2 2 II. Description and data. Description 3 2 Data 4 2 PART TWO. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. Section III. General. Scope 5 5 IV. Service upon receipt of equipment. Unpacking and assembling 6 5 V. Operation. Lamp, operating, field, generator as power source 7 7 110-volt line as power source 8 7 220-volt line as power source 9 7 Storage battery as a power source 10 8 Emergency batteries as power source 11 10 VI. Operation of auxiliary equipment. Field operating lamp generator 12 10 PART THREE. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. Section VII. Lubrication. Monthly 13 11 VIII. Preventive maintenance services. Operator maintenance (first echelon) (daily) 14 11 Organizational maintenance (second echelon) (monthly) 15 12 IX. Trouble shooting. Lamp fails to operate with generator as power source 16 12 Lamp fails to operate with 110- or 220-volt line as power source 17 12 Lamp fails to operate with storage battery as source of power 18 13 Lamp fails to operate with emergency batteries 19 13 X. Maintenance operations. To replace lens 20 13 To replace bulbs 21 16 To clean corrosion from carrying case 22 16 To replace rubber cushions 23 16 To adjust lamp head yoke tension 24 17 To clean socket contacts and threaded collar 25 17 To clean or replace heat cylinder 26 17 To replace dry batteries 27 18 PART FOUR. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT. Section XI. General. Description 28 19 APPENDIX, SHIPMENT AND STORAGE 21 INDEX 22|
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There are many situations where halogen lamps are dimmed successfully. In 1959, General Electric patented a practical lamp using iodine. Disposal [ ] Halogen lamps do not contain any mercury.
Low voltage lamps use the GU5. Tubular halogen lamps provide a large quantity of light from a small source and so can be used to produce powerful flood lamps for architectural lighting effects, or for lighting large areas outdoors. The halogen cycle keeps the bulb clean and causes the light output to remain almost constant throughout the bulb's life. If the bulbs do blacken, it is recommended to run the lamps at the rated voltage to restart the cycle. Halogen lamps are sometimes used for inspection lights and microscope stage illuminators.
To reduce unintentional UV exposure, and to Field Operating Lamp hot bulb fragments in the event of explosive bulb failure, general-purpose lamps usually have a UV-absorbing glass filter over or around the bulb.
Quite soon, bromine was found to have advantages, but was not used in elemental form. Spectrum [ ] Power of a halogen light as a function of wavelength. 2011-03-03 at the at Karl Zeiss Online Campus site accessed Nov. At much lower voltages, the bulb temperature may be too low to support the halogen cycle, but by this time the evaporation rate is too low for the bulb to blacken significantly.
Higher efficiency LED versions of all of these lamps are now available.
Kane, Raymond; Sell, Heinz 2001.
Small amounts of other elements can be mixed into the quartz, so that the doped quartz or selective optical coating blocks harmful UV radiation.
[ ] Any surface contamination, notably the oil from human fingertips, can damage the quartz envelope when it is heated.