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This article explores ceramic metal halide, a conventional technology still evolving despite the LED revolution, and discusses its specifics, history, most recent developments, and future outlook… (more)


Why drivers are needed for LEDs, their most important characteristics and their role in terms of influencing performance and lifetime. This article highlights how LED drivers by Henk Rotman, Philips Lighting offering operating windows are better equipped to deal with developments in the LED industry… (more)

The rise of LED lighting has transformed the lighting industry, but their emergence as a functional light source has highlighted the need to ensure that performance claims are made in a consistent and transparent way… (more)

The lighting industry is undergoing a digital revolution, moving from traditional analogue technologies to LED technology. This article gives a view on the impact of this revolution and how lighting companies can manage the transition… (more)

A combination of high efficacy, affordability and versatility has made fluorescent technology extremely popular world-wide: an estimated 40% of lamps throughout the world use fluorescent technology. Essentially, a fluorescent lamp is a low-pressure mercury gas discharge lamp that uses electricity to excite mercury vapour. The excited mercury atoms produce short-wave ultraviolet light that is converted into visible light by fluorescent powders… (more)

With the rapid expansion of solid state lighting (LEDs) in both availability and use, one would expect that the development of the traditional light sources would slowly come to an end. When looking at fluorescent lamps, the opposite is true… (more)

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