I just moved into an apartment with recessed halogen lighting. I was considering replacing them with LEDs (both for energy and color reasons). I know this may not be as easy as swapping a bulb, but to figure out my options, I need to know what I'm dealing with, and based on searches alone I have not been able to figure out what I have; there are just too many possibilities.
I figured if I could get the bulb out, that would be a big help.. but they're deep in the fixture, with barely any room around the bulb, and I have no idea what type of connection they have. If I knew what they were, I could search for removal instructions.. but of course then I wouldn't need to take them out yet.
So I'm hoping some of you with more experience can help identify these based on a few photos, or at least give me a starting point to removing the bulb safely.
The fixtures (or the rim) is about 3.5" in diameter. The bulb is about 2" in diameter.
Using my camera I was able to see a tiny piece of the can (the hole in the ceiling is exposed a bit) to find that it is a Jesco TM301 Step Baffle, though that's not terribly helpful in identifying which bulbs / fixture are inside (at least not to me).
Here are some photos: