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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The 400 watt sodium vapor lamps were installed before.
Supply of projectors with sodium vapor lamps & other (Albani) projectors.
Use sodium vapor lights, which are not as attractive to pests, around entrances that must be well lit.
The new space will be outfitted with 2,400 s/f of new office space, sodium vapor lighting and loading docks.
Naive the public may be, but obtuse from one's back yard and not be blinded by the visually polluting, intense electromagnetic emission of thousands of low-pressure sodium vapor lamps randomly spaced throughout the city.
I want to stress the use of sodium vapor lighting over mercury vapor lighting," says Meek.
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300 Watt High Mast And Semi High Mast Led Street Lights (Philips/Bajaj Havells) With Buy Back Provision For Existing 400 Watt High Mast & Semi High Mast Sodium Vapor Lights.