Sources & Auxiliaries
Last Update: November 1, 2011
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Other Light Sources

Induction
Induction lamps produce light by exciting lamp phosphors via an electromagnetic field rather than using electrodes, resulting in a rated service life up to 100,000 hours.
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Plasma
Plasma lamps are highly compact light sources that produce high-intensity output using a radio-frequency driver that converts the lamp contents into a plasma state.
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Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
Organic light-emitting diodes are comprised of organic thin films sandwiched between two current-delivering electrodes. The material has a depth thinner than a human hair and yet its area can be very large, making OLED a flexible, diffuse area light source.
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Photoluminescent Materials
Photoluminescent materials are passive devices that absorb light energy and then re-emit a portion of that energy as visible light over time.
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