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Glossary of Terms Pertaining to Remote Illumination Systems


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Document ID: 100633
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Defines the more common terms associated with remote illumination systems: systems intended to generate and/or conduct light from its source, an illuminator, through a light guide assembly to one or more remote locations, luminaires, for the purpose of illumination.


Published Date: Oct.20.2004
Document ID: 100633

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