* Reference is to standard general service incandescent bulbs, and does not pertain to Newcandescent® or Bright Lights American brand rough service bulbs.
Halogen bulbs burn hotter than standard incandescents, so care must be taken in their use. It's possible for the protective outer shell to break and for the inner bulb to continue working (though the outer shells are usually durable). This can pose a hazard, as the hot inner bulb can explode if moisture hits it. Dispose of any damaged bulbs in a closed container. And, as you should do before replacing any bulb, check the light fixture label to make sure a halogen bulb is compatible and within the fixture's listed limits.
For additional potential danger information:
General Electric Halogen(63005) vs. Newcandescent® incandescent(00160)
Voltage: 120v 130v
Energy Used: 72w 100w @ 130v / 88w @ 120v
Lumens: 1490 1094 @ 130v / 853 @ 120v
Life: 1000 hours 10,000 hours @ 130v 25-30,000 hours @ 120v
Light Appearance: 2960k 2700k
Color Rendering Index: 90-100 (not listed) 100
Filament: Tungsten (encapsulated) Tungsten (7 supports)
Gas used: Bromine/Iodine(not listed) Krypton
Estimated yearly cost: $ 8.67 $ 8.44
Base: Aluminum Brass
Country Origin: Made in Mexico Made in U.S.A.
Warranty: Not listed 2 year limited
Type: Soft White Rough Service
Pack: 2-pack 2-pack
Price Range: $4.00 - $7.00 $4.99 - $5.99
Warnings/Cautions: See below See below
Risk of electric shock. Turn power off before inspection, installation or removal. Turn power off is glass bulb is broken, even if bulb continues to light. Remove and dispose of lamp. Risk of fire. Keep combustible materials away from lamp. Use in fixture rated for this product. In table lamp use only with a shade. A damaged lamp emits UV radiation which may cause eye/skin injury. Turn power off is glass bulb is broken, even if bulb continues to light. Remove and dispose of lamp. Pressurized lamp – unexpected rupture may cause injury, fire, or property damage. Do not exceed rated voltage. Do not use lamp if outer glass is scratched or broken, even if bulb continues to light. Turn power off, remove bulb and dispose.
Risk of burn. Allow lamp to cool before handling. Lamp may shatter and cause injury if broken. Do not use lamp if outer glass is scratched or broken. Dispose of lamp in closed container.
Do not allow bulb to come into contact with liquid or metal parts of the fixture, as glass may shatter. Suitable for indoor use. Outdoor applications require a weather-protected fixture. Do not operate in close proximity to flammable materials or those adversely affected by heat or drying. Operate only in heat resistant sockets. Turn off the power before changing lightbulb.
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