Led Or Halogen Brighter. For example a tissue that is red under halogen light can appear pink under the LED light. They are reading at 8930 Kelvin for the color temperature and a brightness of 295 Lux.
But the difference is still noticeable. Working with Halogen lamps can lead to quicker eye fatigue discomfort and possible long-term damage for users because Halogen lamps produce light waves within the UV spectrum. However a big part of the brightness of headlights comes from the fact that the light is collected and focused by a lens or a mirror.
A high-quality set of halogen bulbs can be almost as bright as a standard LED set.
LED bulbs can last up to 25000 hours while LED tubes are normally rated for 50000 hours. Basically less energy for a brighter light. The halogen bulbs measure up at a color temperature of 3123 Kelvin and a brightness of 112 Lux. Clearly LED lights are more efficient and safer than halogen light bulbs consume less electricity and emit less IR and UV rays.