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Lamps: Types and Comparison

Published on 23/8/2018 and last updated on 2/9/2018
Lamps are the artificial sources of light. They are an integral part of our daily lives. Various types of lamps are available for satisfactorily performing of our different daily tasks. The different lamps used for general purposes are as follows: types of lamps a) Incandescent Lamps b) Tungsten Halogen Lamps c) Fluorescent Lamps d) Compact Fluorescent Lamps e) Mercury Vapour Lamps f) Metal Halide Lamps g) High Pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps h) Low Pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps i) LED Lamps A short comprehensive study of the photometric parameters (Luminous Efficacy, CRI, CCT etc.) of the different lamps and their respective application areas are mentioned below in comparison form. Lamps: types and comparison

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