electrodeless lamp


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electrodeless lamp

[i¦lek‚trōd·ləs ′lamp]
(electronics)
A lamp based on an electrodeless discharge.
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High frequency (HF) discharge electrodeless lamp (HFDEL), a typical UV light source, has been invented over 100 years and started to apply into the photolysis of organic compounds in solution and the irradiation of gases since 1970s [6].
HFDEL consisted of an HF power supply and electrodeless lamps. The HF power supply was operated to produce a current with a fixed frequency of 2.45 MHz, which was transmitted to a coupling fixture to generate an HF electromagnetic field.
Featuring a powerful miniature electrodeless lamp and electronic control capabilities, the Deco Plasma lighting line will be expanded with many new fixture designs.
Fusion UV introduced its new line of PowerCure products last November with a 140 watt, 1" (25mm) lamp system, delivering high power UV with all the traditional features of Fusion UV's electrodeless lamp technology.
Fusion UV Systems has announced the launch of PowerCure 1, at 25mm it is claimed to be the world's smallest lamp system delivering high power UV and incorporating the features of Fusion UV's electrodeless lamp technology.
Lightweight, compact and highly versatile, the PowerCure 1 can be used in a wide variety of environments, from laboratory to production, from inkjet to industrial, and it provides many performance features previously found only in larger electrodeless lamp systems.
The use of an electrodeless lamp (EDL) is key to the SEMTECH NO/N[O.sub.2]200 design.
In addition, in the case of an electrodeless lamp (EDL) immersed in the reagents, the MW power that reaches the lamp is unknown because it also depends, among many physical and geometric parameters (including the inhomogeneity of the electromagnetic field in the cavity), on the dielectric characteristics of the sample, which change during the course of treatment.
LED, Electrodeless Lamps, and metal halide are the light type that could be explored in Light Tower in the forecast period.
LM-66-14 addresses the methods for obtaining uniform and reproducible measurements of the electrical and photometric characteristics of single-based compact fluorescent, for both electrode and electrodeless lamps, under standard conditions in alternating current, both line and high frequency, circuits.
In addition, retailers can substantially cur their lighting bills--40% or more-by switching to slimmer "T-8" linear fluorescent bulbs and fixtures and "new" fluorescent electrodeless lamps. They've been around since the 1950s, but have only recently become available commercially with competing products available from General Electric, Phillips and Sylvania.
* Electrodeless lamps, which use an induction coil powered by a radio frequency power supply to create a magnetic field within the lamp.