CFL Light Bulbs Design Ideas

Feb 1st

CFL light bulbs – Pears are one of the main sources of energy in the average home. Natural light from the sun can account for a large portion of the light needed to see inside during the day, but the bulbs are often necessary to light homes after dark or bright rooms with no windows. To get the most out of your light bulbs, it is important to understand the answers to some basic questions about them.

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Compact fluorescent lamps or types CFL light bulbs that operates by producing fluorescence. Compact is filled with gas that is excited when exposed to an electric current and produces UV radiation or ultraviolet light. UV light excites a coating on the inside of CFL light bulbs that lights up and emits a pale light.

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CFL light bulbs are called energy efficient bulbs because they use less energy than incandescent bulbs to produce the same amount of light. The reason for this is that the incandescent lamps lose a large amount of energy in the form of heat for heating the tungsten filament lamp enough to produce light. CLFS do not need as much electrical power to excite the gas inside the bulb to produce light. A side effect is that CFL light bulbs tend to produce less heat than incandescent bulbs, although they can still be hot enough to burn the skin.

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