Innovative Fluorescent Light Fixture

Jan 22nd

Fluorescent light fixture – Fluorescent were developed in the early 20th century as an alternative to incandescent lighting. Since the first fluorescent lamps were made, there have been many innovations in fluorescent technology. These new techniques to generate light promises to bring about an important change in the way people buy and use household electrical fittings

Office Fluorescent Light Fixture
Office Fluorescent Light Fixture

Fluorescent Light Fixture are vacuum bulbs where a low concentration of mercury vapor has been installed. Once a smooth, low-voltage electrical current is passed through the gas, the electrons in the gas is excited to a high-energy state, emitting ultraviolet light, which is invisible to the human eye. The interior surface of the pipe is coated with a phosphorescent material that glows when hit by UV rays.

12 Photos Gallery of: Innovative Fluorescent Light Fixture

Image of: Dining Fluorescent Light Fixture
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture Classroom
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture Covers
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture Garage
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture Ideas
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture in Kitchen
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture Room
Image of: Fluorescent Light Fixture System
Image of: Kitchen Fluorescent Light Fixture
Image of: Led Fluorescent Light Fixture
Image of: Living Room Fluorescent Light Fixture
Image of: Office Fluorescent Light Fixture
 

Fluorescent light fixture need ballast, which is a staple that controls the electric current flowing into the light. The traditional fluorescent bulb consists of a long, lightweight tubing of small electrodes at each end which sits in ballast electrical contacts. Fluorescent is most common in offices, shops, factories, warehouses, public buildings and other areas that require a large amount even light. Because fluorescent lamps do not produce heat, they last longer than incandescent lamps, which heat quickly wears fibers. They have been less popular in private homes, where softer light is usually desirable.

RELATED:   How to Make Solar Path Lights