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Neon lights

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Neon lights

  1. 1. A.D. V Sem. By Manisha Singh Megha Kumari Kunal kishor Koushika Roy Nandani Rajak Miranda Dkhar Kritika Chhavi
  2. 2. What is Neon?  Neon is derived from the Greek word ‘neos’ which means New gas.  Discovered in 1898  Neon is the second lightest noble gas after Helium.  Rare inert gas.  Non-toxic  Colorless
  3. 3. Facts • Neon lamps are considered one of the 12 main types of electric lamps. • Inhalation of concentrated neon can cause drizziness,nausea,vomiting and loss of consciousness. • Lamps filled with neon can only make red light.
  4. 4. Neon lights Neon lights use glass tubes filled with a low pressure gas that glows under high voltage.
  5. 5. How does it work?
  6. 6. Advertisement Signage
  7. 7. Fog lights
  8. 8. Electronic Gadgets
  9. 9. Home Décor
  10. 10. Media
  11. 11. Fashion
  12. 12. Other uses • Gas lasers • Lightning arrestors • Television tube • High voltage indicators • Strobe lights etc.
  13. 13. Pricing 50g of UV Black Neon is for Rs 269 6 inch stick is for Rs 199 Decorative lights starting from Rs100 Fashion clothing starts from Rs 300 Headphone starts from Rs2000 Fog lights starts from Rs300-500
  14. 14. Advantages  Very low power consumption.  Performs more reliably in cold weather than hot.  More reliable than LEDs for airport runway landing lights.  Very long life  Wide operating range (A.C or D.C.)  Available in more than 150 shades.  No threat to environment.
  15. 15. Disadvantages  Shape of tube is a limitation.  Argon is not reliable in cold temperature.  Diffused light (not good for any focused beam applications.  Low light output for input power.  Requires a large surface area to be used for general lighting.  Expensive to be used as signs and displays.
  16. 16. Thank you

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