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plasma ball

n.
A glass ball containing low-density gas surrounding an electrode, which stimulates the gas to glow in random, moving streams of light.
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Multi-lab will create at least 12 new jobs as part of the move which will enable the company to develop and supply quartz glass housings for a new, high-efficiency plasma lamp.
BFW's new ChromaLUME[TM] Turbo is a next-generation, high-intensity surgical headlight system that utilizes LIFI[R] technology, a plasma lamp capable of producing 10,000 hours of sunlight-equivalent (5,800 Kelvin) light.
Next the whitening gel was applied and a hydrogen plasma lamp was attached to the bite fork in my mouth.
They include new Lava lamps from Haggerty Enterprises, maker of the original Lava lamp; a gumball motion lamp and other motion lamps from Creative Motion Industries; the Cross Electra plasma lamp from LumiSource in hand-blown blue glass with colored phosphors inside that create a light show; and several juvenile to young-adult designs from Alsy Lighting division of Emess Design Group.
Gregg has developed several innovations for the RF electrodeless plasma lamp leading to fourteen (14) patents currently pending approval.
Gregg holds two patents in the area of RF power amplification, with fourteen patents pending approval for various inventions relating to electrodeless plasma lamps.
The move will enable the company to develop and supply quartz glass housings for a new, high efficiency plasma lamp.
Award-winning new plasma lamp and RF driver will be demonstrated at the world's largest lighting tradeshow May 17-19 in Philadelphia, PA
For industrial and commercial lighting, Topanga Technologies is the leading innovator of solid-state drivers and electrode-free plasma lamps, providing energy efficient, economical and reliable lighting solutions that surpass both traditional and new technology platforms.
General illumination nowadays is dominated by plasma lamps, namely fluorescent and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps.
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