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  • Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are smaller versions of the familiar fluorescent strip-lights
  • Compact fluorescent lamps operate by energizing the mercury in the lamp, which then gives off ultraviolet radiation that causes phosphorus on the inside of the glass tube to glow. Fluorescent lamps require a ballast to regulate the current that the lamp receives.
  • Materials in a CFL include glass, phosphorus, mercury, argon, plastic ballast casing and an electronic ballast circuit board
  • When compared to incandescent lamps of the same luminous flux, CFLs use less energy and have a longer rated life as well as save 2000 times their own weight in greenhouse gases. CFLs' average life is between 8 to 15 times more than incandescent. While the purchase price of a CFL is typically 3 to 10 times higher than an equivalent incandescent lamp, the extended lifetime coupled with lower energy usage, more than compensates for the higher initial outlay. CFLs are designed to replace incandescent lamps and fit conveniently in the existing light fixtures being used for incandescent bulbs.
  • Governments all over the world are either encouraging or coercing people to replace  tungsten lamps with CFLs to save energy and reduce our carbon footprint.
  • Future Market will be driven by energy efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), improved light emitting diode (LED) technology, and popular high intensity discharge headlamps for motor vehicles. Building applications will be the fastest growing market.

 

General
  • Lamps & Lighting
  • Luminaires and Lighting
  • Low energy lighting.
  • FAQ
  • Compact Flluorescent
    Lamps (CFLs)
  • Mercury
  • Methods for calculating illumination
  • Miniature Lamps

Project Development

  • Project Information
  • Production Line Machinery
  • Technology Offer
  • Chinese Machinery
  • Indian Machinery
  • Production Line
  • CFL Making machinery
  • Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) Manufacture
  • Testing Procedures and Quality Assurance

Company Profiles

  • German Company & products
  • Lighting Project
  • Delhi Company
  • Chinese company
  • Major Players - web links

 

Market & Reports
  • Indian Market
  • Compact Fluorescent Lampí (CFL) scheme
  • Technology Progress Dynamics of Compact Fluorescent Lamps
  • Market Acceptance
  • Barriers to Technology
  • Replacement of incandescent Bulbs
  • Barriers to improve
  • The Energy Efficiency Watch
  • Market acceptance of CFLs and barriers to that acceptance

     

Regulatory Issues
  • Energy efficiency - Domestic Lighting
  • Linear Fluorescent Lamps for General Lighting Applications
  • Phase out incandescent and less energy
    efficient lamps
  • Recycling
  • Recycling Program For Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs
  • Recycling Options
  • The Environmentally Sound Mercury Management in FLSector
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive and the Low Voltage Directive
  • Promoting Energy Efficiency in Europe
  • Compact Self Ballasted Fluorescent Lamps

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