Low Mercury Controllable Fluorescent Systems
Discusses technical tradeoffs associated with reduced mercury dosing in fluorescent lighting systems and their environmental impacts. NEMA members are committed to providing fluorescent lighting systems that allow lamps to be controlled to save energy, while reducing the mercury content in the lamps to the extent that it is technically possible without sacrificing functionality.
Published Date: Oct.7.2013
Number of pages: 10
Document ID: 100665
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