Fixed light


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one which emits constant beams; - distinguished from a flashing, revolving, or intermittent light.

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References in classic literature ?
Not a fixed light, but intermittent and irregular--quite unlike anything I had ever seen."
To put it in plain English, traditional horticultural lighting provides a fixed light spectrum and intensity.
While the preference of fixed light towers remain unchanged, deployment of portable light towers is on a consistent rise across multiple construction sites.
OmniFlic is an engineered rat with a fixed light chain for development of bispecific, fully human antibodies.
Similarly, changing the period of the DOVID's gratings when using a fixed light source at a fixed angle results in a different observed colour for the illumination.
OmniFlica"[cent sign] is an engineered rat with a fixed light chain for development of bispecific, fully human antibodies.
In the dark, a fixed light appears to move when you concentrate and stare at it.
Shaganash, built in the 1920s, is a 24-foot tall fixed light marking an inside passage along the North Shore.
(Longtime readers might recall that I wrote about this for LD+A, December 2010 [1].) On average, individual control over light level reduces energy use by ~10 percent over the typical fixed light level provided, because although some people desire a higher level, many others choose a lower level [2- 3].
Last week, the EADS CASA C295 became the lone eligible bidder for the three medium fixed light wing planes needed by PAF.
It can direct sunlight into a fixed light tube in a building allowing significant reduction in electricity consumption.
While traditional incandescent or fluorescent makeup lights serve their purpose, they come with many inherent limitations: large breakable bulbs, ample heat generation, fixed light color, and short lifespan.