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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This year, he and the team at FACTOR 10 won an Edison Award, known as "The Oscars of Innovation," for Lumen, the world's first omni-directional induction light toy.
The technology is a scaled down version of the induction light bulbs used atop skyscrapers and bridges to warn airplanes, Goscha says.
Designed for mounting to electrical boxes or directly to surfaces in canopies and covered walkways, the fixtures offer high intensity, high temperature and a UV-resistant PC cover while using a circular-shaped induction light source.
“Electronic Photo Controls are ideal when installed with light fixtures with extended service lives such as the new LED and induction light fixtures,” says Intermatic Marketing Manager Jimmy Adjunta.
"In addition, savings in maintenance should be realized as induction light bulbs last for 100,000 hours compared to 25-30,000 hours for sodium."