Thursday, October 6, 2011

Advances in Induction Lights

Induction lights may be thought by many people to be a new technology, but it was introduced to the world by famed scientific genius Nicola Tesla in the 1800’s. Yes, induction lighting technology has been around for quite a while. However, it has only been in recent years that these lights have become a viable source of illumination for businesses, governments and even homeowners.

Similarities to Other Lighting Technologies                   

Induction lights, like fluorescent lights use gases within the bulb to produce light. Unlike fluorescent lights, though, induction lighting products do not use electrodes within the bulbs to excite the gases and produce light. Instead these lights use induction technology. While this may sound like too much technology to take in, the end result is what really matters the most. Because induction lighting does not use electrodes, which degrade over time, they have a much longer life. Induction lights can last up to 100,000 hours of regular use.

Other Benefits

There are many benefits to using induction lighting, over and apart from simply the longer life that these products have. Induction lighting produces virtually no noise. These lights are very energy-efficient. And induction lighting does not produce flickering or strobes, like many other traditional lighting products.

It’s little wonder that corporations and government agencies all over the world are turning to induction lighting, as this technology continues to improve and become available. As the world continues to try to find ways to save energy, it’s only natural that induction lighting would become the preferred way that we light up our world. And with so many additional benefits, you can be sure that you’ll be hearing a lot about this lighting technology in the months and years to come.

Induction lights is simply one of the most promising breakthroughs in providing light that the world has ever seen.
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