Guide to Energy Efficient Induction Lighting

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Here at NeoPower, one of the newest and most innovative products we have in our Eco Lights section is induction lighting. 

Induction Lighting is a scientifically proven Eco Lighting technology. It has been around for close to a century. In fact, it was because of the recent developments in Electronic Ballast / Generator technology, it has been a viable option for the commercial, industrial and municipal markets. 

This technology is currently used extensively for street lighting Asia, Australia, and Europe.

An Induction Lamp is very much similar to a fluorescent lamp. How it works is that the mercury in a gas fill inside the bulb will be excited and it results in emitting UV rays. They will then be converted into visible white light by the phosphor coating on the bulb.

Despite this, fluorescent lamps generally use electrodes inside the bulb to strike the arc and initiate the flow of current. When each and every one the arcs are struck, the electrodes degrade a little, eventually causing the lamp to flicker and then fail.

Induction Lamps are different because they do not use internal electrodes. They instead use a high-frequency generator along with a power coupler. The generator produces a radio frequency magnetic field to excite the gas fill.

Hence with no presence of any electrodes, the lamp lasts longer. In fact, these will last up to 100,000 hours, with the lamp producing 70% of its original light output at 60,000 hours.

In other words, the rated life is generally about 5-7 times longer than metal halide and about seven times longer than T12HO fluorescent.

Please use the Contact form on the right for Guide to Energy Efficient Induction Lighting information and ordering.

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