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High Pressure Sodium Vapour lamps,High Pressure Mercury Vapour lamps,High Pressure Metal Halide Lamps,Liner Fluorescent Lamps,Ansi Lamps

High Pressure Sodium Vapour lamps,High Pressure Mercury Vapour lamps,High Pressure Metal Halide Lamps,Liner Fluorescent Lamps,Ansi Lamps

ANSI LAMPS
 
 
ANSI - HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY VAPOUR LAMPS
Description

Intial Lumens (lms)

Current (A)

CAP

CRI CCT

Length (mm)

Dia (mm)

LCL

Life (Hrs.)

Burning Position

Contol Gear

50W
HPMV 50W CL
2400
0.60
E-26
15
5700
131
54
80
16000
Vertical
H46
HPMV 50W C
2300
0.60
E-26
50
3900
131
54
N-A
16000
Vertical
H46
75W
HPMV 75W CL
3200
0.66
E-26
15
5700
139
54
89
16000
Vertical
H43
HPMV 75W C
3300
0.66
E-26
50
3900
139
54
N-A
16000
Vertical
H43
100W
HPMV 100W CL
4200
0.85
E-26
50
3900
139
54
89
16000
Vertical
H38
HPMV 100W C
4400
0.85
E-26
15
5700
139
54
N-A
16000
Vertical
H38
175W
HPMV 175W CL
7800
1.50
E-39
15
5700
211
90
127
16000
Vertical
H39
HPMV 175W C
8000
1.50
E-39
50
3900
211
90
N-A
16000
Vertical
H39
250W
HPMV 250W CL
12500
2.10
E-39
15
5700
211
90
127
16000
Vertical
H37
HPMV 250W C
13500
2.10

E-39

50
3900
211
90
N-A
16000
Vertical
H37
400W
HPMV 400W CL
22500
3.20
E-39
15
5700
292
118
178
16000
Vertical
H33
HPMV 400W C
23500
3.20
E-39
50
3900
292
118
N-A
16000
Vertical
H33
700W
HPMV 700W CL
34000
2.80
E-39
15
5700
368
146
241
16000
Vertical
H35
HPMV 700W C
35000
2.80
E-39
50
3900
368
146
N-A
16000
Vertical
H35
1000W
HPMV 1000W CL
56000
8.00
E-39
15
5700
391
178
241
16000
Vertical
H34
HPMV 1000W C
57000
8.00
E-39
50
3900
391
178
N-A
16000
Vertical
H34
HPMV 1000W CL
56000
4.30
E-39
15
5700
391
178
241
16000
Vertical
H36

Glossry of Terms
» Arc Tube : A completely sealed quartz or ceramic tube where the electrical discharge (arc) occurs and light is generated.
» Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) : The perceived "color" of the light emitted by a lamp expressed in kelvin (K) units.
» Current Crest Factor : The ratio of the peak-to-rms value of lamp current ; metal halide magnetic ballast values range from 1.5 to 1.8
» Economic Life : The number of hours a group of lamps will burn before if is economically and aesthetically advisable to group relamp (typically 60% to 75% of rated life).
» Efficacy (Lamp) :A ratio of lamp lumens to lamp power, measured in lumens per watt (LPW).
» HID : High intensity discharge lamps; includes metal halide, mercury vapour and high pressure sodium.
» Lamp voltage : The RMS voltage at which lamps operate when they are fully warmed up.
» Lamp Power : The Power Consumed by a lamp after warm-up, measured in watts.
» Lamp Regulation : The ratio of lamp power to lamp voltage often expressed in graphical format.
» Line Regulation : The ratio of lamp power to ballast input voltage often expressed as a percentage.
» Lumens : A measurement of light; takes into account the human eye sensitivity curve so that more weight is given to the yellow-green part of the light spectrum (photopic).
» Lumen Maintenance : The lumen output of a lamp at a given operating time or a percentage of 100 hour lumens at that time.
» Lumens Per Watt (LPW)
» Maximum Overall Length (MOL) : The maximum allowable distance from the top of the glass bulb to the end of contact of the base.
» Mean Lumens : Light output at 40% of rated lamp life.
» Starting Pulse :A high-voltage, low-energy pulse superimposed on the open circuit voltage of some HID ballasts to aid in starting a lamp.
» Warm-Up Time :The amount of time from ignition of the lamp to 90% of full light output.
» Watts :A measure of energy (in joules) being used or emitted each second.
 
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