Properties of light sources
This section contains a brief summary of the most common light sources. The data has been complied from the light source manufacturers catalogues and, consequentially, may vary and be subject to change.
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Metal halogen lamps
Metal halogen lamps MT/MR/MD 35–150 W
These light sources (Mastercolour) are equipped with a ceramic arc tube, which results in a colour temperature shift of less than ±200 K. The light source’s white “sparkling” light is very similar to the 1...
Fluorescent lamps T5 FDH
These fluorescent lamps ∅ = 16 mm are adapted in length to fit 600 mm modular ceilings. The lamps are available in two different designs, HE (High Efficacy) with maximum luminous efficacy or HO (High Output) with maxim...
Halogen lamps 12 V
Available in many different designs and outputs they have many good characteristics, for example, excellent colour reproduction, relatively inexpensive, long lamp life and can be dimmed. All halogen lamps up to 50 W currentl...
High pressure sodium lamps
“White Son”, SDW-T (35–100 W)
The lamp has a colour temperature that lies close to the light from an incandescent lamp and reproduces most colours in an excellent manner. Other advantages are high efficiency and long lamp life.
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