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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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Fluorescent and other high-intensity discharge lamps may also be brought to the collections.
With the widest range of products across LED, Luminaires, Home Decorative Lighting, Commercial and Industrial Lighting, Street Lighting, Flood Lighting, Halogens and High Intensity discharge Lamps among others, Halonix is one of the largest players in the LED lighting segment in the country.
Customs duty on some other items like electric filament and discharge lamps was also tweaked.
In the present system, mostly the lighting up of highways is done through High Intensity Discharge lamps (HID), whose energy consumption is high.
IIHS focused on the issue as automakers shift to LED or high-intensity discharge lamps for headlights instead of traditional halogen lamps, and use new technology for curve-adaptive headlights that turn based on the direction of the wheels.
The author has organized the main body of his text in nine chapters devoted to the basic principles of light and vision, incandescent lamps, electrical discharge lamps, solid-state light sources, lasers, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
High-pressure discharge lamps (HID) are still state of the art in professional lighting.
Gas lamps were used for about one hundred years until electrical light sources, mercury and low-pressure sodium (LPS) discharge lamps, were implemented.
Previously, the facility used 400-Watt high-intensity discharge lamps, which were upgraded to the Digital Lumens 10,000-lumen intelligent LED fixtures with integrated occupancy sensors in every fixture.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds has launched a new robust range of explosion protected Ex-floodlights for high pressure sodium discharge lamps installed in extreme environments with ambient temperatures from -55 deg C to +55 deg C.
The newly developed high intensity discharge lamps with metallic grey coating as well as new design rear combination lamps also add to the all-round visibility of the car.