flood lamp

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flood′ lamp`

a floodlight.
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Noun1.flood lamp - light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beamflood lamp - light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography
light source, light - any device serving as a source of illumination; "he stopped the car and turned off the lights"
photographic equipment - equipment used by a photographer
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Hung from the ceiling in place of the disco ball is Samuel Coisne's "Discoworld," a white globe, rotating via a small motor, that reflects and diffuses the light of a small flood lamp. "It is full of hope, light, poetry and it is a very simple thing," Mogabgab said.
Kidlington, United Kingdom, November 29, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Dymax BlueWave[R] MX-250[TM] offers all the benefits of curing using UV LED technology, in a flood lamp configuration which has the power and control suitable for production.
However, a string of 50 Christmas lights could draw as little as 4.8W An LED flood lamp for a recessed ceiling fixture designed to replace a typical filament unit that produces 750 lumens consumes only 13W (BR30) in contrast with the old filament unit, which normally draws 65W
The team then illuminated a block of snow with a flood lamp, representing the sun.
A hole had been drilled in the back of the halogen flood lamp heat sink and a screw inserted to secure the fixture to the wood structure near the eaves.
4 coffee cans with plastic lids * thermometers * paint in white, black, green, and yellow * materials for "spacesuit layers": foil, construction paper, variety of cloth * timer * freezer or tub of ice water * flood lamp * pencil * paper
The surgeproof flood lamp will be featured in a 65-watt version and has an average life of one year.
Instead, darken the room and put a bright 150 Watt flood lamp inside the refrigerator and direct the light toward a section of the door seal.
The DYMAX UV flood lamp and spot curing systems from Intertronics are ideal both for this post-curing application, and also for subsequent re-working and repair.
Curing systems range from low-power flood lamp systems (which emit a broad spectrum of wavelengths over an area) to medium- and high-power flood lamp sources mounted on conveyor systems.
A 90-watt outdoor flood lamp with halogen technology will give the same illumination as a conventional 150-watt flood lamp.