electroluminescent lamp

electroluminescent lamp

[i¦lek·trō‚lü·mə′nes·ənt ′lamp]
(electronics)
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electroluminescent lamp

A lamp in the form of a thin sheet, either rigid or flexible, which generates light by electroluminescence; characterized by low luminance and efficacy.
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