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Illumination types 
100,000 Watt Incandescent Light Bulb
An Electronic Ballast (Inverter) to Power HID Lamps from 12 Volts DC a circuit that can be used to power a variety of small (50 w or less) HID lamps, as well as (with modifications) fluorescent lamps up to about 40w, or HeNe lasers, flashes/strobes, and neon tubes, etc., from a 12 V car or marine battery or medium-size gel cell
Bicycle lighting - driving lights
Black lights Black lights, Black Light is high-frequency UltraViolet (UV) light. Black Light sources are labeled "Black Light", "Black Light Blue" or "BLB", ...
Black lights Black light basics, Safety, Insure correct wavelength of UV, Beware high-intensity sources, Limit exposure
Black lights: how they work
Discharge Tube Discharge Tube, pdf file
Electronic Ballast for Fluorescent Lamps to understand the role of ballast in fluorescent lighting systems and the advantages of fluorescent lamps driven by electronic ballast over the conventional incandescent lamps, pdf file
Flashing Lights Thermal Blinker, Relaxation Oscillator, Self-Flashing LEDs, Timer Chips
Glass bulb Incandescent light bulbs consist of a glass enclosure (the envelope, or bulb) which is filled with an inert gas to reduce evaporation of the filament and reduce the required strength of the glass. Inside of the bulb is a filament of tungsten wire, through which an electrical current is passed
Halogen lamp
Halogen Bulbs
High Intensity Discharge
High-intensity discharge lamp
High intensity discharge lamp ballast for automotive headlamp pdf file
High pressure sodium lamps
How Camera Flashes Work
Incandescent bulbs
Lampes PL Bulbe, allumage, puissance, en Franšais
Lava lamp
Lava lamp
Lava Lamp Animation
Lava lamps Lava lamps
Lava lamp simulation Lava lamp simulation
Low-pressure mercury lamp A low-pressure mercury lamp (LP Hg lamp) is a highly efficient UV light source of short wavelength, ...
Lumen output vs. power input for fluorescent sources pdf file
Metal halide lamp HQI« metal halide lamps
Metal halide lamp pdf file
Metal halide lamp drawing Metal Halide Lamps: The Halide Cycle in a Discharge Lamp
Metal halide lamps
Metal halide lamps of all the lamps in the high-intensity discharge (HID) family, the metal halide family of lamps has the brightest future. These lamps offer much higher efficiency than mercury vapor lamps and better light quality than either mercury or sodium lamps
Neon lamp
Neon Sign Background How neon sign is made , Background, Raw materials, Design
Neon glow lamps contains some applications of neon glow lamps, which are very common components that can do more than simply produce a weak light, Educypedia
Neon signs Neon signs are produced by the craft of bending glass tubing into shapes. A worker skilled in this craft is known as a glass bender, neon or tube bender, neon designs, neon sign transformers
Neon signs A neon sign is a very simple device. It consists of a vacuum-tight glass tube, fitted at each end with an electrode. Inside the tube is a small amount of rare gas. Connected to the two electrodes is a source of high-voltage electrical power, ...
Neon versus LED and other Light Sources Comparison of Various Lighting Sources, Output Efficiency, Color Range, & Lifespan
Neon vs fluorescent light a neon light is the sort of light you see used in advertising signs, a fluorescent light, on the other hand, is most often a long, straight tube that produces white light. You see fluorescent lights in offices, stores and some home fixtures
Sodium lamp low pressure sodium lamp
Sodium lamp low pressure sodium lamp
Sodium lamp low pressure sodium lamp
Sodium lamp low pressure sodium lamp, pdf file
Sulfur lamp
Sulphur Lights Electrodeless Microwave-Driven Sulphur Lamp
Sulphur Plasma Lamps
Xenon Flash Lamps Technical Information Xenon Flash Lamps Technical Information, pdf file

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