WHAT IS INDUCTION LIGHTING? Induction lamps use pwer generated outside of the lamp, by means of magnetic fields, to excite the mercury atoms and phosphors into visible light - without an electrode.
Ultra-High Life 60,000-100,000 Hours Lamp Technology
High Energy Savings >50% Reduction Compared to Magnetic HID
Low Lamp Lumen Maintenance >70% At 40,000/60,000 Hours
High CRI >80
Wide Range Of Color Temperature Options – 2720k-6500k
Flicker-Free High Frequency 200K Hz – 300K Hz Ballast Technology
Low Thd <10% Meets International level
Constant Wattage Output With Less Than 3% Variance
Wide Range Of Operating Temperature - 20°C to 40°C
OPERATING PRINCIPLES Induction lighting works similarly to conventional fluorescent lighting, but without the need for electrodes. Without electrodes induction lamps have the benefit of an extended life that is far beyond traditional electrical lamps, very high energy efficiency, minimal Lumen depreciation, “instant-on,” and environmentally friendly, end-of-life recycling capabilities. Induction lamps offer benefits of up to savings of 35-55% in energy and maintenance costs versus other types of lamps in commercial and industrial applications.