Text for designers, engineers, architects and others interested in lamp and lighting technology, educating readers about various light sources, their function and development, parts of their history, and the author's thoughts about the future of each lamp type. These include circuitry, ballasts, electrodeless lamps, and LEDs. DLC: Incandescent lamps--History.
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Written for designers, engineers, architects and others involved with application of modern lamps and lighting systems, this book provides a comprehensive accounting of current lamp technologies, covering both the fundamental technologies on which they are based and trends in their use, both historical and current. Youâll learn about how recent innovations such as those involving LEDs, electrodeless lamps, ballasts and circuitry are continuing to improve lamp efficacy, as well as how specialized lamp requirements have fostered development of special-purpose lighting, such as for non-visual, for health, and for high performance applications. An historical perspective is presented which enables the reader to understand the new developments of today in the context of the evolution of lamp technologies over the last several decades. The full spectrum of current lamp technologies are examined in clear, non-technical language with ample illustration.
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Book Description Marcel Dekker, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-133-X6-1097101