Fluorescent luminaire

Fluorescent luminaire

A lighting fixture containing a series of fluorescent lamps in a reflector, either suspended from the ceiling or housed in the surface of a ceiling, with diffusing grilles that can be lowered when the lamps need replacement.
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The male side is connected to the fluorescent luminaire ballast--not to active power.
However, they only present data for a fluorescent luminaire with an acrylic lens.
If what's available and reliable is essentially a fluorescent luminaire outfitted with LEDs, however tricked-out with controls, then that's what gets ordered.
Because each ballast controls two lamps, the Superwatt Fluorescent luminaire can be switched to provide 25-, 50-, 75-, or 100-percent of total light output.
The subject of the contract is to make a suspended ceiling, make a partition wall and paint it in the color agreed with the ordering party, and replace fluorescent luminaires.
Of the 600 or so booths exhibiting at LIGHTFAIR this April in San Diego, you could count the number of new fluorescent luminaires displayed on one finger.
The Department of Energy (DOE) estimated that lighting systems using linear fluorescent lamps account for over 75% of the lighting service in commercial buildings, with the total number of installed fluorescent luminaires in the U.S.
The EVS fluorescent luminaires and emergency lighting for hazardous areas have been introduced to the UK market under the DTS brand by THOMAS & BETTS.
Near field photometry measurements and application for fluorescent luminaires. J Illum Eng Soc.
Like all Pracht fluorescent luminaires, the Alaska and Arktis luminaire bodies are made from white fibreglass reinforced polyester, resistant to acids and alkalines and as IP65 Class 2 fittings are dustproof and jet proof.
Using luminance as a theatrical element, Chou has employed halogen and fluorescent luminaires in a variety of ways to re-define space and create mood.

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