Theory of induction lamp
Operating Principle
The electrodeless induction fluorescent lamp, mpre commonly known as an "induction lamp", is based on Faraday's principle of electromagnetic induction and possesses a structure similar to a transformer. The energy is coupled from the primary coils to the secondary ring formed by plasma, resulting in a high luminous efficient lighting source with a long lifespan. The innovation is that there is no electorde while the energy is coupled to the lamp through a high frequency induction magnetic field. The buffer gas inside the lamp is excited by the magnetic field and turned into plasma. When the excited plasma atoms return to their ground state, they radiate 254nm UV light, which is converted into visible light by a triphosphor coating on the inner glass surface, much in the same manner as fluorescent lamps. This new technology solves the problems associated with electrode-aging, resulting in a maintenance free lamp with a long lifespan.
Features
Long life time: Average lifetime 100,000 hours, maintenace free, suitable for long time operation
High lumen efficiency: 65-90 lm/w
High color rendering index: ≥80
Quick start: Instant start and re-strike
High power factor: >0.95
High-frequency operation: Comfortable, flickering free lighting for eyesight protection
Low Lamp Lumen Depreciation: Luminance maintenance rate ≥70% at 60,000 hours
Optional color temperatures: 2720-6500K
Constant wattage output: The lamp's output power varies within 3% with the input voltage fluctuation ±10%
Strong adaptability: Oprating ambient temparature -20℃~50℃ with the enclosed fixture, lamp for -40℃ available
Low harmonic distortion: THD≤%, meets international standard level L
Dimming function: Optional intelligent dimming controls
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1.1 GC4 Series for Low Wattage
1.2 GC4 Series
1.3 GC4c Series
1.4 GC4d Series
1.5 GC20a/GC20b Series
1.6 GC18 Series
1.7 GC18a Series
1.8 GC18b/GC18d Series
1.9 GC18g Series
1.10 GC18h Series
1.11 GC18e Series
1.12 GC27 Series
1.13 GC28 Series
1.14 GC38 Series
1.15 GC40 Series
1.16 GC41 Series
1.17 GC42 Series
1.18 GC43 Series

 

2. Roadway Luminaire

2.1 ZD1 Series
2.2 ZD4a Series
2.3 ZD6 Series
2.4 ZD107 Series
2.5 ZD10 Series
2.6 ZD12 Series
2.7 ZD13/ZD13a Series

 

3. Tunnel Luminaire

3.1 TL8a Series
3.2 TL8 Series
3.3 TL8b Series

 

4. Flood Luminaire

4.1 ZY Series for Low Wattage
4.2 ZY Series
4.3 ZY1 Series
4.4 ZY2 Series
4.5 ZG4/ZG4a Series

 

5. Canopy Luminaire

5.1 MX2/MX2a Series
5.2 MX3 Series
5.3 MX4/MX4a Series
5.4 MX6 Series

 

6. Indoor Luminaire

6.1 MQ5a Series
6.2 MX5 Series
6.3 MQ1a Series
6.4 MQ1c Series

 

7. Architectural Luminaire

7.1 MB2 Series
7.2 MB Series
7.3 MB3 Series
7.4 ZT11/ZT11a Series
7.5 ZT7 Series
7.6 ZT12 Series
7.7 ZT13 Series
7.8 ZT14 Series
7.9 ZT17 Series

 

8. Hydroponic Lighting

8.1 GC27 Series
8.2 TL8 Series

 

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9. Electronic Ballast for HID Lamps

9.1 Electronic Ballast for High Pressure Sodium Lamp
  9.2 Electronic Ballast for Metal Halide Lamp
  9.3 Electronic Ballast for Fluorescent Lamp

 

10. Magnetic Ballast for HID Lamps
11. Capacitor
12. Ignitor for HID Lamps
13. Photoelectric Control Unit (PECU)

14. Lighting Fixture

14.1 Street Lighting
  14.2 Floodlighting
  14.3 Garden Lighting
  14.4 High Bay Lighting
  14.5 Wall-Pack Lighting
  14.6 Green House Lighting
  14.7 Tunnel Lighting
  14.8 High Frequency Electrodeless Lamp

 

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15.1 Lighting Switch
  15.2 Switched Socket - Outlet
  15.3 TV Co-axial Socket Outlet
  15.4 TV/FM Co-axial Socket Outlet
  15.5 Bell Push Switch
  15.6 Telephone Socket
  15.7 Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB)
  15.8 Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB)
  15.9 Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB)
  15.10 NNE Switch Fuse
  15.11 NNE Consumer Unit

 


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