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discharge lamp

n.
A device that generates light by means of an internal electrical discharge between electrodes in a gas.
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Noun1.discharge lamp - a lamp that generates light by a discharge between two electrodes in a gas
lamp - an artificial source of visible illumination
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Based on product type, the market has been classified into incandescent lamp, LED, and gas discharge lamp. The incandescent lamp segment has been sub-divided into halogen and others, whereas the gas discharge lamp segment has been sub-classified into arc lamp, CFL, LFL, and others.
A two-dimensional modeling of the warm-up phase of a high-pressure mercury discharge lamp. Phys Plasmas.
LED light lasts for 100,000 hours compared to gas discharge lamp with 3,000 hours and filament lamp 1,000 hours, he added.
They use a precision gas discharge lamp sealed in a quartz tube with a water lamp cooling system.
Osram Sylvania (www.sylvania.com) is the first supplier to provide a completely mercury-free high intensity discharge lamp and ballast system.
The proprietary technique was used to develop the first stable, dependable, long-lived glow discharge lamp functioning in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV).
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced a family of 150V and 200V power MOSFETs targeted for use in backlight inverters for LCD TVs and monitors and UHP (Ultra High Pressure) discharge lamp inverters for beamers and projection TVs.
It developed the world's first medium pressure, mercury vapour, gas discharge lamp with a quartz glass envelope and today manufactures UV sources for a wide variety of applications, including print drying, surface and water disinfection, spectroscopy and tanning.
They compete with PerkinElmer's electrodeless discharge lamp, Photron Pty.'s Super lamps and Aurora Instruments' high intensity HCL, among others.
Each warning system consists of a cold-electrode, neon discharge lamp that produces a red aviation grade light.
The key to this range is the high performance photometer with its long life electrodeless discharge lamp that provides a stable UV source for accurate and repeatable measurements together with low operating costs and reliability.
Koito and Philips paired up to develop the discharge lamp, otherwise known as "the bulb," which uses a mercury substitute and a modified tube design that the companies say lasts as long and puts out as much light as a current mercury lamp.