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SEECOL is the India's leading manufacturer of energy efficient induction lighting. Induction lamps are a promising technology which features good efficiency and long life. Induction Lamps create light ...

SEECOL is the India's leading manufacturer of energy efficient induction lighting. Induction lamps are a promising technology which features good efficiency and long life. Induction Lamps create light by using an electromagnetic field to excite mercury particles mixed in an inert gas like argon or krypton. The mercury creates a UV light and a phosphor on the inside of the bulb or tube filters the energy into visible light. This is a type of fluorescent light. Unlike a standard fluorescent light this does not use electrodes in the tube.

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    • SEECOL: Sumedha’s Economical And Eco Friendly Lighting
    • About SEECOLSEECOL has significant product offering for variousapplications such as general office lighting, High baylighting, Architectural lighting and lighting for ruralapplication which are gaining steady acceptance in themarket.Go Green the SEECOL way : Lighting accounts for aminimum of 25% of the energy used in an office.Sumedha’s GO GREEN initiative is by adopting "changingthe world starts with simple actions". Eco friendlyproducts help preserve energy resources and reduce therisks of global warming while saving money and timebuying and changing lights in your Home & Office.
    • Induction Lamps• Induction lamps are a promising technology which features good efficiency and long life. Induction Lamps create light by using an electromagnetic field to excite mercury particles mixed in an inert gas like argon or krypton. The mercury creates a UV light and a phosphor on the inside of the bulb or tube filters the energy into visible light. This is a type of fluorescent light. Unlike a standard fluorescent light this does not use electrodes in the tube.
    • Induction Lamps
    • Induction Lamps• As an India based supplier/manufacturer of induction Lamps, SEECOl has been in the development, manufacturing and merchandising of eco friendly lighting products since several years. SEECOL keeps a leading position in the field of energy-saving eco friedly lighting with entirely independent intellectual property right.• We export induction lamps and fixtures throughout the world, servicing in a diverse range of markets including plants growing, landscape planting, outdoor, commercial, industrial, school classroom, libraries, sports ground, tunnels, city lighting and stuff.
    • Induction Lamps
    • Induction Lamps• SEECOLs induction lamp has been successfully applied to numerous lighting projects. Its significant energy saving effect has been recognized by every customer.• With belief that science and technology creates the future, we will continue to provide our customers with best green lighting products and bring the environmental friendly induction lamps to the whole world.
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    • Induction LampsWorking of Induction Lamps:• Induction Lamps create light by using an electromagnetic field to excite mercury particles mixed in an inert gas like argon or krypton. The mercury creates a UV light and a phosphor on the inside of the bulb or tube filters the energy into visible light. This is a type of fluorescent light. Unlike a standard fluorescent light, induction lamps do not use electrodes in the tube.• The induction lamps have three parts: frequency generator (ballast), discharge tube and electromagnet (aka: inductor, energy coupling coils or energizing coils).• First the ballast creates high frequency current (230 or 250 KHz).• The current is sent through the electromagnet and an electric field is produced. The number of turns (times the wire is wrapped around the iron core) is determined by how each product is designed (so it is not consistent among different lamps).• Energy is transferred from the magnet to the mercury in the tube in the same way that a transformer works... induction.• The mercury vapour emits UV light which strikes the phosphor and makes light.
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    • Induction Lamps• The ballast is made of four parts. First is an EMI filter to reduce harmonics from the supply of alternating current. The next part is a bridge rectifier; this converts AC to DC power. After that is the PFC circuit which boosts the DC voltage to a constant 400 V value and increases the power factor to 0.95+. The final part of the ballast is an inverter which converts the DC power to high frequency AC. For a more advanced discussion of the ballast and control read here.
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    • Induction LampsThere are three kinds of induction lamps: external, internal and HEP• External Induction Lamp - this uses an induction coil mounted outside of the bulb or tube. The metal coil which is covered by a sheath is clearly visible. A soft or rubberized material is used to prevent the metal ring from coming in direct contact with the glass tube.• Internal Induction Lamp - this works on the same principle as the external induction lamp except that the electromagnet is placed inside of the glass bulb. This is typically used when you need a small lamp in a normal household socket.• High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) - A new type of induction lamp has been developed called the high efficiency plasma or HEP. The HEP lamp performs at 90 lumens per system watt.
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    • Induction Lamps• Sulfur Lamp - The sulfur lamp is also a plasma lamp. It uses microwave radiation to excite sulfur vapor mixed with argon to create light. 2.45 GHz radiation hits an electrode less bulb that contains a sulfur powder. You can identify the lamp by a metal screen on the outside of the lamp. The bulb operates at a very high temperature and most models need a fan for cooling.
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    • Induction LampsAdvantages• Consistent color matching• Long lifespan• Extreme efficiency• Environmentally Safe• Durable Induction Lamps last 5 to 10 times longer than conventional light sources.
    • Sumedha Energy Solutions Pvt.Ltd.• #47, 3rd Cross, Lalbagh Main Road, Bangalore - 560027 Ph.no : +91 80 4091 6226/6227 Telefax : +91 80 4091 6227 For More Information Visit: http://www.seecol.co.in
    • SEECOL: Sumedha’s Economical And Eco Friendly Lighting