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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Studies have shown that Induction Lighting provides the fastest recovery of investment with a payback in as few as 2 years compared to 8-12 years or more with other energy efficient technologies such as Light Emitting Diode ("LED").
Cobra Head and Shoe Box Fixtures - state-of-the-art induction lighting, from an American company.
com), the leader in induction lighting, recently completed an interior lighting installation for Corcoran State Prison on behalf of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) - demonstrating that induction is the de facto industrial lighting standard for the prison and corrections environment.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- US Lighting Tech, a manufacturer of commercial lighting products, is marketing induction lighting, the most environmentally friendly lighting solution, for businesses and municipalities that want to reduce costs and carbon emissions while improving quality and safety.
com), the leader in induction lighting, announced today that it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Deco Lighting, Inc.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO low-mercury lamp technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
com), the leader in induction lighting, successfully completed delivery of its energy efficient induction streetlights to the town of Lexington, Mass.
Philips Lighting innovations have included ALTO Lamp Technology, the compact fluorescent lamp, QL Induction Lighting and the halogen automotive headlamp.
This final phase also includes retrofitting up to 28,000 streetlights with induction lighting technology.
Services include, but are not limited to, energy management, code corrections, security lighting, LED and induction lighting, inspections, and surge protection.
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.