incandescent lamp

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Synonyms for incandescent lamp

electric lamp consisting of a transparent or translucent glass housing containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated by electricity

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Each pendant is composed of 18 glass globes with 60-W Edison filament lamps, and works as an uplight and a downlight, lighting the general area as well as the floor and ceiling.
4 Lighting power: Halogen lamps are no more energy-efficient than old-fashioned tungsten filament lamps.
Similar to how filament lamps are now being pressed to improve or risk extinction, gaslight was once pressed to improve to compete with filament lamps.
4 W, rated life of 40,000 hours, and total flux of 210 lumens) and a 100-volt 20-watt light bulb (rated power of 20 W, rated life of 1,500 hours, and total flux of 175 lumens) as specified in the Japan Industrial Standards JIS C7501 "Tungsten filament lamps for general lighting purposes.
The LED lamps run at 5W each, rather than the 60W filament lamps, and are expected to last around 15 times longer.
Replace high-wattage filament lamps or tungsten halogen lamps with compact fluorescent lamps or metal halide lamps to make energy savings of 65-75 per cent and try to make the most of natural light.
The units are available with either filament lamps or a long life LED light source, which is ideal for applications where access or maintenance is difficult; it offers significantly lower life costs than traditional filament lamps.
The lighting for the house was initially powered by a small wind turbine with power storage via a battery set which provided adequate power to the then tungsten filament lamps.
In 1880 Armstrong had improved the system with 45 of the kinder incandescent carbon filament lamps invented by his Gateshead-based friend Joseph Swan, although only 37 could be used at any one time.
They still cost more than normal tungsten filament lamps but the fact they last 10 times as long means you will recoup the money and save energy.
Its simple energy-saving tips include buying compact fluorescent light bulbs as they are 80percent more energy efficient than filament lamps, checking that air conditioning temperatures match recommended standards and carrying out regular maintenance checks.
Compact fluorescent light bulbs are 80pc more energy efficient than filament lamps and in heavy use areas pay for the purchase cost within months.
Other performance characteristics include a viewing angle of 30 degrees, an operating temperature range of -25[degrees] C to 85[degrees]C and a resistance to shock and vibrations not afforded by traditional filament lamps.
In a remarkable testament to the craftsmanship and quality of GE products and solutions at work for customers then and now, one of the tungsten filament lamps buried for 100 years showed signs of life.
The market information includes the total market size for lighting products as well as the market size and trends for the following kinds of products: Electric wall and ceiling lighting fittings Electric floor, table, desk and bedside lamps Non-electrical lamps and lighting fittings Illuminated signs Arc-lamps Ultra-violet and infra-red lamps Filament lamps (tungsten halogen) Filament lamps (power not exceeding 200 W, voltage more than 100 V) Other filament lamps Portable battery and magneto-electric lamps Sealed beam lamp units Fluorescent lamps (hot cathode) Mercury and sodium vapour lamps Other discharge lamps Other lighting products Parts of lighting products The publication is designed for companies who want to gain a comprehensive perspective on the global lighting product market.