fluorescent lamp

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n fluorescent lamp lamp consisting of a tube coated on the inside with a fluorescent material; mercury vapor in the tube emits ultraviolet radiation that is converted to visible radiation by the fluorescent material
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Usage


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The compact fluorescent lamp provides diffused, uniform illumination.
The Litetronics Spiral PAR Compact Fluorescent Lamps offer the same versatility as standard incandescent PAR lamp, while lasting four times as long, according to the company.
Why should your company recycle and properly dispose fluorescent lamps, ballasts, batteries, and electronic waste.
Fluorescent lamps are great — until it's time to throw them away.
For a safe method of disposing of fluorescent lamps at more than 500 hotels, Marriott chose Air Cycle Corp.
Protect Electronic Ballasts in Fluorescent Lamps.
The Bulb Eater from Air Cycle is the perfect tool for any facility manager that needs to dispose of large numbers of fluorescent lamp s efficiently and economically.
Compact fluorescent bulbs are just one part of the lighting equation—the Tuxedo Ellipsis lamp is hand-produced from clay and coated with a nontoxic glaze.
Heinen Hardware and Rental has joined with Mercury Technologies of Minnesota to recycle fluorescent lamps, for a small fee, to area residents and small businesses.
Minnesota requires that spent fluorescent lamps be recycled because they contain small amounts of mercury.
With its small footprint and onboard display, Jaz is ideal for relative intensity measurements of incandescent, high-intensity discharge, UV curing and fluorescent lamps, as well as low-power sources such as LEDs and OLEDs.
He then installed the circuit into a portable fluorescent lamp.
Despite brisk sales of 4-ft T12 fluorescent lamps, the magnetic ballasts commonly used for the lamps' operation will start becoming part of the past on July 1, 2010.
Recycling Fluorescent Lamps, Ballasts, Batteries And Electronic Waste.
Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) were made specifically to replace incandescent lamps.
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