cold-cathode lamp

cold-cathode lamp

An electric-discharge lamp which produces light by means of a glow discharge; operates at relatively low current and high voltage; has cylindrical electrodes which operate at a low temperature.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Under the marquee's pressed tin ceiling, and the chase lights around the perimeter, are rows of 3-W cold-cathode lamps, a total of 500 enclosed in glass globes to evoke the look of traditional incandescent bulbs.
the DC260 includes dual cold-cathode lamps on the gooseneck to illuminate objects uniformly from any angle.
Additionally, the DC260 has a 22-inch gooseneck to capture larger or wide-angle images and two cold-cathode lamps that can uniformly illuminate objects from any angle.