sodium vapor lamp

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sodium vapor lamp

n.
A highly energy-efficient electric lamp containing a small amount of sodium, neon, and argon, used in generating yellow light for lighting streets and highways.
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high-pressure sodium lamp of the dnat-100 w type - 160 pcs.
The guideline notes that the more economical high-pressure sodium lamp can achieve acceptable color levels, though not quite the desired 50.
The new fixtures, which include T-5 fluorescent lamps, will replace high-pressure sodium lamp fixtures that have been operating around the clock Reportedly more efficient, the T-5s consume about 20% less electricity and can be turned off automatically when not in use.
Motta reacted immediately, and by getting only six neighbors to sign a petition he got the local power company to install a fully shielded, high-pressure sodium lamp. More important, Motta says, the power company now plans to replace most of the town's lighting with similar fully shielded fixtures by 1996.
You could easily replace them with one 35-watt, high-pressure sodium lamp with a lumen rating of 2150.
Compact high-pressure sodium lamp (1000 watt), Compact C1000 HPS, is nearly 50 percent more efficient than standard HPS lamps.
He said the distance between the poles was 25 metres and there were 150W high-pressure sodium lamps installed.
In July, cool-toned metal halide lamps are installed and in October, they are replaced by high-pressure sodium lamps that have a warm glow.
cities and towns have replaced their conventional streetlights, primarily high-pressure sodium lamps, with LED streetlights.
Between the new LED lighting and a new streamlined response process, this number dropped to 200 (all related to high-pressure sodium lamps still in operation).
These LED lights will use up about 67 per cent less energy over 20 years, compared to the high-pressure sodium lamps currently used in lighting older roads," Martin Valentine, lighting expert at the Municipality of Abu Dhabi City, told Gulf News.
The vegetable plants were grown to harvest time in a greenhouse under daylight with supplementary lighting provided by standard high-pressure sodium lamps.

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