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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Tenders are invited for Providing and Fixing induction lighting curved railing for SS culvert at Sanjay Lake Laxmi Bai Nagar
Good options include energy-saving T8, fluorescent high-bay luminaires and induction lighting.
Services include, but are not limited to, energy management, code corrections, security lighting, LED and induction lighting, inspections, and surge protection.
Pioneered by Nikola Tesla, induction lighting has been around for over 100 years--plenty of time to earn its "set it and forget it" reputation, says Mark Havira, senior lighting consultant at Efficient Lighting Consultants.
So we switched to energy efficient induction lighting last year as they are brighter and emit less heat," says Mansoor, adding that induction lighting was found to be better suited to the factory environment than LED.
The light management system will work with a range of luminaires from emerging technologies like LEDs to existing technologies including induction lighting.
Principal upgrades include: eliminating 30 pieces of equipment into one consolidated boiler and chiller system, considerably reducing maintenance costs; retrofitting exterior lights with LED and Induction lighting, cutting lighting energy consumption nearly in half; and installing pressure independent control valves, dramatically reducing energy costs and HVAC performance issues.
While many people believe the best energy-efficient option is to replace the lighting with LED bulbs, Farsai decided after extensive research to utilize induction lighting technology instead.
Lighting should be updated to high-efficiency fluorescents, induction lighting or LEDs.
The Induction Lighting has performed so well, that in some areas we were able to not only reduce the electrical consumption by 50 to 60 percent but actually reduce the amount of fixtures by 50 percent by changing out every other one," says Nicholas Ferraioli, COO of USA Energy Management, who managed the installation at Yuengling.
For retail warehouses and storerooms Philips added a 165-watt system to the OL electrodeless Induction Lighting family.
The recently introduced Philips QL Induction Lighting System doesn't even have a filament.