halide lamp


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metal halide lamp, metallic-additive lamp

An electric-discharge lamp in which the light is produced by the radiation from a mixture of a metallic vapor (e.g., mercury) and the products of the dissociation of halides (e.g., halides of thallium, indium, sodium, etc.).
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Made in Germany and designed for usage in open luminaires, the DE Metal Halide lamp offers spectral distribution optimized for photosynthesis efficiency with 1.8 micromol output, and is available in 5500K color temperature.
Also shown is the quartz metal halide lamp designed to operate on M59 ballast with a ten percent energy savings.
Images from halogen lamps look very white compared to those from incandescent lamps but less white than those from metal halide lamps.
In February 2002, the North Carolina Division of Public Health investigated 13 cases of eye and skin burns in a school gymnasium that were presumed to be caused by a broken metal halide lamp (1), and in 2003, the Tennessee Department of Health identified three separate clusters of photokeratitis and skin burns linked to damaged metal halide bulbs in school and municipal gymnasiums (2).
Incorporating a 1500 watt metal halide lamp and stand mounted ballast, this spotlight produces a beam capable of reaching over 2400 feet in length.
Note that the tighter voltage range for the CDM lamp is well within the capability for ceramic metal halide lamp designs.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 11, 2006 - (JCN) - Toshiba Lighting & Technology Corporation has released a lamp holder for the "Neoseraballast", a ceramic metal halide lamp for factory and storage use.
A 1,000-watt metal halide lamp provides the glare-free illumination.
With a 100-watt metal halide lamp, the fitting provides excellent uniform light distribution.
The ZETA 7730 uses an autoranging 60 V AC to 265 V AC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz solid-state power supply, a 50 W metal halide lamp and a liquid light guide (light guides sold separately).
The metal halide lamp irradiates medium-power UVA and UVB light in a typical cure area of 8 in.