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discharge lamp

[′dis‚chärj ‚lamp]
(electronics)
A lamp in which light is produced by an electric discharge between electrodes in a gas (or vapor) at low or high pressure. Also known as electric-discharge lamp; gas-discharge lamp; vapor lamp.

Discharge lamp

A lamp that produces light by the discharge of electricity between electrodes in a glass-filled enclosure, such as a fluorescent lamp.

discharge lamp

Any lamp that produces light by means of phosphors as a result of an electrical discharge through one or more gases or vapors within the lamp’s envelope (e.g., see fluorescent lamp).
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Fundamental investigations of mercury-free automotive discharge lamps J Phys D: Appl Phys.
However, electrical discharge lamps - primarily fluorescent and high intensity - are more efficient and continue to gain ground.
Graph 9 Demand for other discharge lamps in the country in question, 2008-2014 (US dollars)
Quantitative x-ray absorption imaging with a broadband source: Application to high-intensity discharge lamps.
The tunable LED source can also simulate spectral distributions of special sources such as discharge lamps and display monitors.
Coded aperture designs are better suited for measuring large area excitation of sources such as gas discharge lamps than traditional slit systems.
The smart lighting market is segmented on the basis of lighting type such as; Light Emitting Diode lamps (LED), Fluorescent lamps (FL), Compact Fluorescent lamps (CFL) and High Intensity Discharge lamps (HID).
LED MS700PE also has a very long life span of 30,000 hours, ten times that of comparable 250W/575W discharge lamps.
High-Intensity Discharge lamps include High Pressure-Sodium, Mercury Vapor, and Metal Halide lamps.
Tenders are invited for Supply of ballasts for discharge lamps.
Lighting types like, light emitting diode (LED), fluorescent lamps (FL), compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), and high intensity discharge lamps (HID) and the applications of smart lighting in sectors like commercial and industrial, residential, outdoor lighting, public and government buildings and automobiles have been discussed in detail in the report.