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Induction Lighting

Operating Principles Induction lighting is based on technology that is fundamentally different from conventional gas sources or incandescent lamps. Instead of electrodes used in gas discharge lamps or the glowing filament of incandescent, light generation is by means of induction - the transmission of energy by way of a magnetic field - combined with a gas discharge.
• Long Life - 100,000 hours
• Color rendering - 85 CRI
• Color Temperature - 2,700K-6,500K
• Energy Efficient - 85+ Lumens per Watt...

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What is going green?

The term GREEN evokes a broad range of sentiments among different people. To many, green means protecting and preserving what remains unpolluted in our world. To others it implies an environmental action plan that makes a difference.
Global Magnetic Induction lights impact mercury reduction with 3 different product features:
1 )Less mercury per lamp than most commercial lamps 
2) Solid amalgam mercury, less volatile than the liquid mercury found in most lamps
3) Long 100,000 hour lamp life...

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What is an LED?

A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor device which converts electricity into light. LED lighting has been around since the 1960s, but is just now beginning to appear in the residential market for space lighting. At first white LEDs were only possible by "rainbow" groups of three LEDs -- red, green, and blue -- -- by controlling the current to each to yield an overall white light. This changed in 1993 when Nichia created a blue indium gallium chip with a phosphor coating that is used to...

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