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Fluorescent Lighting PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 06:03
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Fluorescent lighting is very common in schools or businesses. However, CFLs can now be purchased for residential use.

How Fluorescent
The energy flux of fluorescent lamps is regulated by a ballast, which acts as a conductor between the electrical connection and the fluorescent bulb. There are many uses for fluorescent bulbs, such as fire bugs, tanning beds, lamps and plants. The color produced by cool white fluorescent lighting can be (CW), daylight white (DW), increased white (EW) or warm white (WW).

Benefits of fluorescent lighting
Fluorescent lighting is energy efficient and reduce utility costs over time. A fluorescent light can last up to 20 times longer than incandescent light produces less heat, and emits more light per watt, reducing the cost of replacement bulbs that you will not buy them as often.

Fluorescent light is considered to use light more efficiently than incandescent lamps. Fluorescent lighting uses less energy than incandescent lamps. Technology has a better grasp of the fluorescent lighting, it is virtually flicker-free and silent, making them ideal for use while reading or working.

 
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