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A high-frequency Electrodeless Induction lamp, also called “induction lamp,” integrates the latest scientific development of power electronics, plasma, and magnetic material. Induction lights are similar to fluorescent lights in that they use gasses, which once ‘excited,’ react with the phosphor that coats the tubes to produce white light.

Unlike fluorescent lamps, induction systems are rated at an average of 80,000 hours (usually between 50,000-100,000 hours). This is because fluorescent lamps must use electrodes, which degrade with time, to ‘excite’ the gasses inside of the tube. Induction Lamps do not use electrodes but instead uses the principle of Induction (the transmission of energy by way of magnetic field). Think of it as wireless lighting.

The lamp is operated without the electrode; instead, the energy is coupled to the lamp by utilizing high frequency induction magnetic field. The gas inside the lamp is excited by the magnetic field and is turned into snow-slide plasma material. When the excited atoms of plasma material return to the ground state, they radiate the 254nm UV light, which passes through the coating of inner glass and produces the visible light in the same manner of fluorescent lamps.

The result of this technology is a bulb that lasts longer, performs better and saves you money!

Induction lamp applications

  • Roadway lighting
  • Lounge lighting
  • Substation lighting
  • Warehouse and logistics lighting
  • Parking lot lighting
  • Supermarket, hotel lobby or office lighting
  • Commercial lighting
  • Tunnel lighting
  • Stadium lighting
  • Gas station lighting
  • Flood lighting
  • Explosion-proof lighting
  • High-low bay lighting
  • Power plant lighting
  • Freezer lighting
  • Plant growth lighting
  • Garden and landscape lighting

Table: Comparison of Energy Cost of Street Lightings Using HPS, LED and Induction Lamps

Source: PT Greenstar Artek Indonesia, 2010

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  • Lightings, Street Lightings

    A high-frequency Electrodeless Induction lamp, also called “induction lamp,” integrates the latest scientific development of power electronics, plasma, and magnetic material. Induction lights are similar to fluorescent lights in that they use gasses, which once ‘excited,’ react with the phosphor that coats the tubes to produce white light.

    Unlike fluorescent lamps, induction systems are rated at an average of 80,000 hours (usually between 50,000-100,000 hours). This is because fluorescent lamps must use electrodes, which degrade with time, to ‘excite’ the gasses inside of the tube. Induction Lamps do not use electrodes but instead uses the principle of Induction (the transmission of energy by way of magnetic field). Think of it as wireless lighting.

    The lamp is operated without the electrode; instead, the energy is coupled to the lamp by utilizing high frequency induction magnetic field. The gas inside the lamp is excited by the magnetic field and is turned into snow-slide plasma material. When the excited atoms of plasma material return to the ground state, they radiate the 254nm UV light, which passes through the coating of inner glass and produces the visible light in the same manner of fluorescent lamps.

    The result of this technology is a bulb that lasts longer, performs better and saves you money!

    Induction lamp applications

    • Roadway lighting
    • Lounge lighting
    • Substation lighting
    • Warehouse and logistics lighting
    • Parking lot lighting
    • Supermarket, hotel lobby or office lighting
    • Commercial lighting
    • Tunnel lighting
    • Stadium lighting
    • Gas station lighting
    • Flood lighting
    • Explosion-proof lighting
    • High-low bay lighting
    • Power plant lighting
    • Freezer lighting
    • Plant growth lighting
    • Garden and landscape lighting

    Table: Comparison of Energy Cost of Street Lightings Using HPS, LED and Induction Lamps

  • Source: PT Greenstar Artek Indonesia, 2010

    *HPS: High-Pressure Sodium lamp

    **LED: Light-Emitting Diode lamp

    Rectangle tubular induction lamp Round tubular induction lamp Hang-pole type

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