All about  conventional lighting


Conventional lighting is well established in the industry and has a proven track record in terms of quality, reliability and value for money. Our broad portfolio consists of different lamp technologies (including Halogen, Fluorescent, Compact Fluorescent Integrated and Non-Integrated, Compact High Intensity Discharge, High Intensity Discharge and incandescent), as well as the corresponding luminaires, lighting electronics and starters.
 

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Simply switch and save with MASTERColour CDM MW eco:

The unique direct upgrade for QMH lamps on HPL or HPs gear used in a wide number of installations such as floodlighting for sports buildings and high bay lighting applications in industry, retail and transport.

 

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ErP in the spotlights

Check which impacted lamps are being

upgraded to comply.

 

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Upgrade to LED now

Check which impacted halogen lamps are being replaced by Philips LED spots.

 

The EU is phasing out inefficient light sources from September 2016. Make sure you replace your halogens with Philips LED spots.

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What are the differences between conventional and LED lighting?

 

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Halogen lighting

A halogen lamp is similar to an incandescent lamp. The difference is that it contains a tungsten filament that contains an inert gas and halogen gases. This makes the halogen lamps brighter and last longer than conventional incandescent lamps.

 

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All there is to know about HID lighting

HID lighting creates light by igniting an electrical discharge between two electrodes in an air tight tiny quartz capsule filled with xenon gas.

 

HiD products

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Switch to CDM Elite or Evolution for the irresistible combination

of best light quality and low Total Cost of Ownership.

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Fluorescent

 

Fluorescent lamps belong to the family of low pressure mercury gas discharge lamps. They exist in both tubular and compact versions. A fluorescent lamp converts electrical power into useful light more efficiently than an incandescent lamp.

Fluorescent products

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Compact fluorescent

 

A compact fluorescent lamp is an energy-saving light, that is designed to replace an incandescent lamp.

 

Compact fluorescent products

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Incandescent

 

The incandescent lamp makes light by heating a metal filament wire to a high temperature until it glows. The hot filament is protected from air by a glass bulb that is either filled with inert gas or evacuated.

 

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