Metal-halide lamp


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Metal-halide lamp

Similar to mercury-vapor lamps, except that metal halide is added to provide better color; can be used for interior lighting.
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Most metal-halide lamps offer a color-rendering index (CRI) in the 60s.
At the conclusion of its research, Federal Cartridge selected 400w metal-halide lamps from Solon, OH-based Venture Lighting International.
The metal-halide lamps installed by Federal Cartridge created a cheerier, lighter workplace.
The metal-halide lamps have definitely brightened our working environment and our employee attitudes reflect that change.
Both units are equipped with an innovative optical system based on a 700-watt metal-halide lamp and three 3-inch active-matrix LCD panels.
A high-brightness, 575 watt metal-halide lamp provides crystal-clear images with a generous light output of up to 700 lumens on screens ranging from 3 to 20 feet.
Equipped with a new high-efficiency illumination system based on a 1500 watt metal-halide lamp and three active-matrix LCD panels with a resolution of 756 x 556 pixels, the BarcoData 9200 LC is compatible with all video and computer sources with resolution up to 1,180 x 900 pixels.
The DP 5100's user-replaceable metal-halide lamp provides an exceptionally long life, along with superior color rendition.
in Cleveland, which invented two metal-halide lamps specifically for lighting the statue.
Prismalume[R] fixtures with 1,000W metal-halide lamps are installed in the high-bay manufacturing area where glass is tempered and stored.
Holophane PrismGlo[R] Athena[TM] luminaries with 400W metal-halide lamps illuminate the upper level of a 400-ft.
In addition to their use in the main production area, Prismalume fixtures with 400W metal-halide lamps are used in the shipping and warehouse area, including the docks.

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