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CFL: Compact Fluorescent Lamp


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Fluorescent lighting 
Ballast circuit types In all fluorescent lighting systems, the ballast performs two basic tasks: 1. Provides the proper voltage to establish an arc between the two electrodes. Regulates the electric current flowing through the lamp to stabilize light output, pdf file
CCFL Characteristics Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL) are used as white-light sources to backlight liquid crystal displays (LCDs), pdf file
CFL bulb CFL bulb, A compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), also known as a compact fluorescent light or energy saving light (or less commonly as a compact fluorescent tube [CFT]), is a type of fluorescent lamp. Many CFLs are designed to replace an incandescent lamp and can fit into most existing light fixtures formerly used for incandescents
CFL Lamp Self Oscillating 25W CFL Lamp Circuit, pdf file
Compact fluorescent lamp Helical compact fluorescent lamp
Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs CFLs produce light differently than incandescent bulbs. In an incandescent, electric current runs through a wire filament and heats the filament until it starts to glow. In a CFL, an electric current is driven through a tube containing argon and a small amount of mercury vapor. This generates invisible ultraviolet light that excites a fluorescent coating (called phosphor) on the inside of the tube, which then emits visible light
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp CCFL Characteristics, Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL) are used as white-light sources to backlight liquid crystal displays (LCDs)
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (CCFL) Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp, pdf file
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp application note pdf file
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Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) Electrical construction, Lamp start, Normal operation, Failures, Repair of electronic, Mechanical construction, Reviewing, Links, Schematics and photos
EEFL External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp, EEFL, The EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp) differs from other fluorescent lamps, with its electrodes outside of the Lamp.External electrodes power the electric field in the lamp, then making plasma come into being, The light source of this Lamp is Plasma which is derived by External electrode of electric field inside the Lamp
EEFL-Backlight Technology EEFL-Backlight Technology
Electronic flourescent lamp ballast Fluorescent lamps have applications in most areas of lighting, where they give longer lifetime and lower power consumption for equivalent light output compared to filament bulbs, with the disadvantage of higher initial cost, pdf file
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Fluorescent lamp control gear control gear for the Low-Pressure, mercury lamps, HID (sodium, highpressure, mercury and Metal Halide Lamp) circuits, electronic ballasts and controllers, dimmers, pdf file
Fluorescent lamps Fluorescent lamps, Driving a fluorescent tube, starter, lamp ballast, pdf file
Fluorescent lamps Fluorescent lamps, IR21571: Dual Lamp Series Configuration, ballast, pdf file
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Fluorescent lamps, ballasts, and fixtures
Fluorescent lamps, ballasts, and fixtures principles of operation, circuits, troubleshooting, repair. Fluorescent lamps are a type of gas discharge tube similar to neon signs and mercury or sodium vapor street or yard lights
Fluorescent lighting
Fluorescent Lighting document Fluorescent Fixtures and Ballasts, Wiring for preheat fluorescent fixtures, Wiring diagram for single tube rapid or trigger start ballast, Wiring diagram for two tube rapid start ballast
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Fluorescent Tubes Linear Fluorescent Bulb Types
Fluorescent Tubes central element in a fluorescent lamp is a sealed glass tube. The tube contains a small bit of mercury and an inert gas, typically argon, kept under very low pressure. The tube also contains a phosphor powder, coated along the inside of the glass. The tube has two electrodes, one at each end, which are wired to an electrical circuit. The electrical circuit is hooked up to an alternating current (AC) supply
Gas discharge lamps, ballasts, and fixtures
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