incandescent vs fluorescent

incandescent fluorescent

Definitions

  • 1) An incandescent lamp or bulb
  • 2) A lamp that is fitted with an incandescent light bulb.
  • 3) An incandescent light bulb.
  • 4) shining very brightly
  • 5) showing intense emotion, as of a performance etc.
  • 6) Of or relating to a light bulb containing a filament that is heated to incandescence by an electric current.
  • 7) Emitting visible light as a result of being heated.
  • 8) Shining brilliantly; very bright. synonym: bright.
  • 9) Characterized by ardent emotion, intensity, or brilliance.
  • 10) (Elec.) a kind of lamp in which the light is produced by a thin filament of conducting material, now usually tungsten, but originally carbon, contained in a vacuum or an atmosphere of inert gas within a glass bulb, and heated to incandescence by an electric current. It was inventerd by Thomas Edison, and was once called the Edison lamp; -- called also incandescence lamp, and glowlamp. This is one of the two most common sources of electric light, the other being the fluorescent light, fluorescent lamp or fluorescent bulb.
  • 11) White, glowing, or luminous, with intense heat; ; hence, clear; shining; brilliant.
  • 12) emitting light as a result of being heated
  • 13) characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance
  • 14) Glowing with heat; rendered luminous by heat. Rarely candescent.

Definitions

  • 1) A fluorescent light
  • 2) A lamp that is fitted with a fluorescent light bulb.
  • 3) A fluorescent light bulb.
  • 4) a lighting fixture that uses a fluorescent lamp
  • 5) Emitting visible light as a result of the excitation of phosphors by ultraviolet photons produced by the passage of an electrical current through an inert gas infused with mercury.
  • 6) Of or relating to fluorescence
  • 7) Glowing as if with fluorescence; vivid
  • 8) Exhibiting or produced by fluorescence
  • 9) Exhibiting or produced by fluorescence.
  • 10) Of or relating to a light bulb that produces visible light by fluorescence, especially a glass tube whose inner wall is coated with a material that fluoresces when an electrical current causes a vapor within the tube to discharge electrons.
  • 11) Glowing as if with fluorescence; vivid.
  • 12) Of or relating to fluorescence.
  • 13) Having the property of fluorescence.
  • 14) emitting light during exposure to radiation from an external source
  • 15) brilliantly colored and apparently giving off light
  • 16) Possessing the property of fluorescence; exhibiting fluorescence.

Examples

  • 1) Cliff is incandescent with rage.
  • 2) Mum was absolutely incandescent with rage at my treachery.
  • 3) He was incandescent with rage as he read the riot act to us in his office.
  • 4) The cheapest way to save electricity is to swap your incandescent bulbs for compact fluorescent ones.
  • 5) This was an incandescent performance of real beauty and power.
  • 6) His incandescent fury was perhaps his finest hour.
  • 7) And that made him incandescent with fury.
  • 8) It makes me incandescent with rage.
  • 9) These are typically more expensive but are said to last longer and the light quality is almost as good as incandescent bulbs.
  • 10) Not surprisingly, the buyer was incandescent with rage.
  • 11) The phasing out of incandescent bulbs has sparked a boom in Led lighting design.
  • 12) In the case of incandescent light bulbs, the position is entirely the opposite of that perception.
  • 13) His first idea was to replace the incandescent light bulbs with more modern energy-efficient bulbs.
  • 14) They are called incandescent lights, and their colour depends on how hot they are.
  • 15) At this point the oxygen was added, and the mixed gases gave an incandescent light.
  • 16) These are to be replaced by compact fluorescent light bulbs, a fact that has rendered much of the lighting industry incandescent with rage.
  • 17) I am incandescent with rage that such appalling suffering is being inflicted here in Britain.
  • 18) The quality and brightness of the light is improving all the time, and the best ones are now indistinguishable from the old incandescent bulbs.
  • 19) I got off it and he was incandescent with rage, much of which was to impress the owners.
  • 20) The fans, not surprisingly, were incandescent with rage.
  • 21) Some cheered, but others were incandescent with rage and most of the comment centred on Rivera.
  • 22) LEDs use at least 80% less power than incandescent light bulbs and last 50 times longer.
  • 23) He seemed to belong to a past which was already becoming remote, a past without the incandescent electric light, and without the photograph.
  • 24) Q It's been probably a couple of years since the President lamented the fact that they still have what he called incandescent bulbs in the White House.
  • 25) Yet your people have, as you well know, what they call incandescent lights everywhere.
  • 26) I would guess the filament in incandescent bulbs would be fried by a spike much more easily compared to fluorescent (gas).
  • 27) And if you want a really natural christmas tree with warm white light, incandescent is the only choice because of its great spectral quality.
  • 28) One vision of the LED City Lights program is to have people trade in incandescent lights for LED lights.
  • 29) Swirling scenes in incandescent jewel tones and bold black lines illustrate excerpts from the King James Version of the Bible, which are selected highlights rather than a continuous narrative.
  • 30) If you’re looking for the latest advancements in incandescent light bulb technology, one place you don’t want to go is to a lighting trade show.
  • 31) ‘He was thinking about the spectrum of hydrogen, that is to say the set of separated coloured lines that are found when light from the incandescent gas is split up by being passed through a prism.’
  • 32) ‘He stared into that liquid, incandescent heart, and then flinched, despite all he could do, as a huge, fan-shaped billow of flame and sparks erupted from another vast piece of machinery.’
  • 33) ‘And the rising sun met the falling star and flashed into coruscant life, a roaring tide of fiery might that batted away cold beams and sent an incandescent lance of godly light in retaliation.’
  • 34) ‘The sun being, for reasons referred to above, assumed to be an incandescent liquid now losing heat, the question naturally occurs, How did this heat originate?’
  • 35) ‘Pulses of bright crimson light began to melt a passage through, and the bright shots of incandescent light blasted through the accumulated ice of aeons.’
  • 36) ‘For example, the largest would have excavated a crater the size of the British Isles, boiled the oceans and swathed the planet with incandescent rock paper sterilizing the surface pretty thoroughly.’
  • 37) ‘The incandescent inside gleamed and sparkled.’
  • 38) ‘The biggest impacts would have swathed our globe in incandescent rock vapor, boiling the oceans dry and sterilizing the surface worldwide.’
  • 39) ‘Surely you may say, the Earth is almost wholly rock and nearly all incandescent with heat.’
  • 40) ‘These hurricane force blasts of incandescent gas, molten lava fragments, and blocks and boulders sometimes as large as houses have the power to obliterate everything in their paths.’
  • 41) ‘Wildfire and Firecat barreled through the thick smoke, their laser rifles blazing an incandescent firestorm through the smoke.’
  • 42) ‘Shield after shield failed, one after the other, and the incandescent beams carved great swathes through the legions, the few shields that did survive the initial assault reflecting onto weaker ones.’
  • 43) ‘Without sources of light, they're all lit by incandescent smolderings of light from odd corners.’
  • 44) ‘This is because light from an incandescent source is rich in the yellow and red end of the color spectrum.’
  • 45) ‘Any source of light - whether luminescent or incandescent (the glow emitted by a very hot object) - can be traced back to the absorption of energy and its release as light.’
  • 46) ‘The bright spot is not an incandescent flare; it represents dust in the ejecta curtain spraying out from the comet, which is backlit by the Sun.’
  • 47) ‘Over in the west, a subliminal azure glow that had been growing brighter and brighter suddenly sent a shaft of incandescent radiance up into the atmosphere.’
  • 48) ‘The way the energy courses through it and gives off a small incandescent glow are fantastic.’
  • 49) ‘The metal flakes heat up until they are incandescent and shine brightly or, at a high enough temperature, actually burn.’
  • 50) ‘Dusk was past, a heavy overcast blocked the starlight, and outside of the incandescent glow that spilled from the open door, the darkness was complete.’
  • 51) ‘These use about 75% less energy than incandescent lamps, and emit 90% less heat for the same amount of light.’
  • 52) ‘At only 23 watts, the bulb emits as much illumination as a 100-watt incandescent bulb, making it energy efficient as it neutralizes smoke and odors.’
  • 53) ‘In addition, the inconsistent mix of fluorescent and incandescent light sources throughout the hospital required continuous and costly maintenance.’
  • 54) ‘The hall has fluorescent lights and incandescent spotlights mounted in the ceilings - the cases do not have their own internal illumination.’
  • 55) ‘The difference in turn-on time would generally not be noticeable for standard household incandescent bulbs, since they turn on very quickly.’
  • 56) ‘For the same light output as an incandescent, most compact fluorescents use only one-third to one-fourth the energy.’
  • 57) ‘Light figured in all but one of the works - either neon, incandescent, black or laser light, or a combination of types.’
  • 58) ‘Consider conducting important meetings under warmer incandescent or fluorescent lights.’
  • 59) ‘The 360 L.E.D. arrays and 20 yards of glowing semiconductors use the same energy as four 100-watt incandescent bulbs.’
  • 60) ‘Navigation lights that use light emitting diodes in place of incandescent lamps are now available.’
  • 61) ‘Even on cloudy days, a tubular skylight can provide at least as much light as a 100-watt incandescent bulb - about 1,200 lumens.’
  • 62) ‘In terms of lighting, fluorescent lights burn cooler than incandescent bulbs but are not as efficient in cold weather as they are gas lights and the gas is heavier when it is cold.’
  • 63) ‘Fireflies may not mate normally near incandescent light because it mimics the spectrum they create when they light up.’
  • 64) ‘Halogen lighting type fixtures provide a whiter, brighter appearance than standard incandescent or fluorescent type fixtures.’
  • 65) ‘For example, a 60-watt incandescent bulb has very little blue/purple in the spectrum of the light it emits.’
  • 66) ‘The combination of fluorescent and incandescent lamps was intended to simulate ambient solar radiation.’
  • 67) ‘I saw Ethan standing in the dark with the streetlamps incandescent light shine on him.’
  • 68) ‘They would probably drive a hybrid car and use an LED light instead of an incandescent one.’
  • 69) ‘In lighting, for example, there are incandescent, compact fluorescent and LED bulbs.’
  • 70) ‘The ceiling lights were old yellow incandescent bulbs, and the monastery's little foyer smelled of wax, incense, and unwashed feet.’
  • 71) ‘At the time, the brightest working-class boys often entered clerkdom, one of the few professions then open to them, and they often brought to their office an incandescent intellectual passion.’
  • 72) ‘Buchner relies instead on an incandescent emotional realism which welds together the impressionistic nature of the play's structure and argument.’
  • 73) ‘Rustic, nakedly beautiful and breathless, part Fahey as it dustily scratches away at your resistance until you can do nothing but succumb to its incandescent inner passion.’
  • 74) ‘He quotes from the incandescent love sonnets of Louise Labe and Maurice Sceve with a startling but unaccountable urgency.’
  • 75) ‘Like Hilberg's the style is simple, but it lacks Hilberg's incandescent intensity.’
  • 76) ‘‘Yes, I was angry, even incandescent with rage,’ he said.’
  • 77) ‘Dolly was close to incandescent in her outrage, and swore at me in a most unladylike manner.’
  • 78) ‘My members are incandescent with rage over the present system, so what replaces it must be right this time. There's no room for any more botch-ups.’
  • 79) ‘I was incandescent with rage at the thought that someone I considered a friend (albeit a slightly flaky one) would be so thoughtless.’
  • 80) ‘If I ask them what television channel they'd like to watch, two of them will quickly agree, while the third will turn incandescent with rage.’
  • 81) ‘I swung from blind happiness to almost incandescent, unfocused rage within a second, almost before I had a chance to think about it.’
  • 82) ‘He claims to have shouted at the radio within five minutes of switching it on in the morning and of being incandescent with rage by the time he has read the daily papers.’
  • 83) ‘I sustained a neck injury and the taxi driver was incandescent with rage.’
  • 84) ‘To get me incandescent with rage, it usually just takes New Yorkers and a confined space.’
  • 85) ‘I don't get angry very often, but I got incandescent with rage at their attitude and the smugness of it.’
  • 86) ‘Amid all this excitement one of the goons rode off on Andrew's bike. To say Andrew was incandescent with rage would not be overstating it, but he managed to compose himself enough to get into the car.’
  • 87) ‘They are simply incandescent with rage that while the working classes unionists may have had little, at least they had more than the Catholics.’
  • 88) ‘Mara stood there, face incandescent with rage, eyes blazing with purple wrath and entire body outlined in a shimmering nimbus of terrible light.’
  • 89) ‘It was at this moment that Brownlow's agent appeared, an hour too late, with inadequate support, and incandescent with rage.’
  • 90) ‘A senior party source said: ‘People are outraged and incandescent with rage.’’
  • 91) ‘He was incandescent with rage.’
  • 92) ‘Like the classics, for example - I'm incandescent with rage that Greek and Latin are no longer compulsory in schools.’
  • 93) ‘This was David as he had never seen him, practically incandescent with rage.’
  • 94) ‘Jack, until now delighted with what was on the way in his pay packet at the end of the month, was suddenly incandescent with rage.’
  • 95) ‘I am incandescent with rage about the overselling of that mediocre piece of less-than-fluff that masquerades as the ultimate romantic comedy.’

Examples

  • 1) It’s humid and lit by fluorescent lights.
  • 2) The interior of the gallery had become woefully shabby, with dull grey walls, poor flooring and harsh fluorescent lighting.
  • 3) The scene is lit by pitiless fluorescent strip lights.
  • 4) We stopped and traffic police with their fluorescent striped jackets and a soldier appeared.
  • 5) She was wearing a bright fluorescent pink raincoat and stood out like a sore thumb.
  • 6) The echoing interior is lit by one tiny fluorescent strip on the ceiling.
  • 7) The other technique for balancing fluorescent lighting is to use photographic lamps.
  • 8) They looked like ghosts as they moved in fluorescent jackets before dawn.
  • 9) How do you learn to love a fluorescent light?
  • 10) Another project is to find ways of using the colour cast of fluorescent lighting to enhance the photograph.
  • 11) Then there are the fluorescent jackets.
  • 12) They look white during the day, but glow fluorescent green at night.
  • 13) At a meeting without computers but with fluorescent lights, she was still in agony.
  • 14) And Germany will wear rainbow striped jackets and fluorescent orange flowery trousers.
  • 15) I saw a man in a fluorescent jacket.
  • 16) Then it was fluorescent lights.
  • 17) This is fluorescent lighting which has most of the elements of natural daylight, unlike most commercial lighting which is deficient in these.
  • 18) I've got loads of new fluorescent yellow and green tops.
  • 19) The freezer cabinets have small LED lighting strips rather than fluorescent bulbs and they have fully shut doors to save power.
  • 20) Motorcycle groups argued that if drivers could not see a motorbike with its lights on, they were unlikely to spot a small fluorescent strip on one arm.
  • 21) I have a friend who uses hair clips in fluorescent colours (very chic).
  • 22) And since he could not get into regulation shirts bought off the shelf, she made them for him in his favourite colours, fluorescent lime green and yellow.
  • 23) He displayed photos of himself in fluorescent orange hunting gear and asked people, Does this guy look like an animal-rights activist?
  • 24) You are rewarded for the discovery and characterisation of the green fluorescent protein, for first expressing GFP in fluorescent form in important model organisms and for the development of GFP and its homologues to a universal set of genetic tags for protein localisation, protein movement and protein interactions in the cells of all types of organisms.
  • 25) LED bulbs are a way to save the same energy (or a little more) without the toxic mercury compounds in fluorescent bulbs.
  • 26) It was easy to imagine legions of Internet-era Andrew Marvells staying up late in fluorescent-lit cubicles appending metaphysical exclamation points to celebrity photo captions that would rocket readers ever closer to the celestial objects of their desire:
  • 27) I wonder how that works with mercury being used in fluorescent tubes and all.
  • 28) Sitting alone on the counter, bathed in fluorescent light was a long-lost friend — a can of Rotel Tomatoes.
  • 29) It is awash in fluorescent green Nessie souvenirs (why green?), most of which were made in China.
  • 30) ‘Many diamonds are fluorescent and phosphorescent under ultraviolet radiation.’
  • 31) ‘After fascinating physicists for over a decade, fluorescent semiconductor nanocrystals are finally fulfilling their promise in the biology lab.’
  • 32) ‘If you decide to ‘go fish,’ consider fluorescent paint and black lights, perhaps, or a collaboration with the science department.’
  • 33) ‘Under the black light, the fluorescent ink glows!’
  • 34) ‘They are made visible primarily by black light on fluorescent paint that is strategically applied to sets, props and various parts of bodies.’
  • 35) ‘One primer of the pair was tagged with a fluorescent dye phosphoramidite.’
  • 36) ‘Positioned next to it is another glass plate coated with a fluorescent substance.’
  • 37) ‘Becquerel in Paris wondered whether naturally fluorescent or phosphorescent substances might also emit X-rays.’
  • 38) ‘Both fluorescent substances bound to the plaques.’
  • 39) ‘This leads to an accumulation of fluorescent proteins absorbing blue light and thereby appearing yellow.’
  • 40) ‘Since they are induced by light, they occur during the transition of the fluorescent protein through the laser spot.’
  • 41) ‘In nature, the gene cues a jellyfish to make a bright-green fluorescent protein.’
  • 42) ‘There are eccentric people, who spend hours trying to capture the colors produced by fluorescent minerals under ultraviolet radiation.’
  • 43) ‘First, however, Pieribone and his colleagues are searching global coral reefs for new fluorescent proteins, ones that better shine through bones and muscle tissue.’
  • 44) ‘We felt that we could couple this platform to fluorescent dyes and other optically active substances, making it feasible to analyze drug uptake and efficacy by optical techniques.’
  • 45) ‘The researchers chose the jellyfish gene for a green fluorescent protein that other researchers had used to create glowing green eyes in houseflies and some other insects.’
  • 46) ‘She said nothing for a moment, merely staring at the glowing fluorescent crystal on the ceiling.’
  • 47) ‘The basins repeatedly filled with water, spiked with fluorescent pigment, which glowed a toxic green under the black Light, then emptied, in a slow, inexorable rhythm.’
  • 48) ‘In scintillation counting, a fluorescent material absorbs the energy of the photon and emits a new photon as a flash of light (the scintillation) in response.’
  • 49) ‘Some fluorescent materials, under the appropriate conditions, will also phosphoresce.’
  • 50) ‘Solid-state lighting would use about one-fifth the energy of standard fluorescent lighting and last for approximately 50 years.’
  • 51) ‘The banker was unimpressed, and when he learned that Tesla had done nothing regarding fluorescent lighting, he threw him out.’
  • 52) ‘Projections show that eventual efficiencies could reach those of fluorescent lighting with appropriate development.’
  • 53) ‘It uses efficient fluorescent lighting, has passive solar heating and has R 60 insulation in the ceiling.’
  • 54) ‘It's not the most convenient location and it's not much to look at either: fluorescent lighting, a couple of booths with flowered upholstery and a few inexplicable Dutch ornaments on the walls.’
  • 55) ‘This isn't an office - It's Hell with fluorescent lighting.’
  • 56) ‘Many of us remember the former Smithsonian exhibition on human culture in Africa, with its pale walls, dusty cases, fluorescent lighting, and yellowing labels.’
  • 57) ‘Two serial sections from each block were cut and stained; one set was reviewed immediately, and the other was exposed to 8 hours of direct fluorescent lighting.’
  • 58) ‘The worst problems are generally from sources above or behind you, including fluorescent lighting and sunlight.’
  • 59) ‘In large open spaces, dimmable fluorescent fixtures will allow lighting levels to match changing conditions.’
  • 60) ‘Task lighting consists of lamps that assist in performing a task, and therefore comes in the form of fluorescent lighting.’
  • 61) ‘Immediately fluorescent overhead lighting was switched on and an old man dressed in a butler suit hurried down the hall to meet her.’
  • 62) ‘The latrines are appropriately dreary and spartan, their fluorescent lighting bathed in a familiar hazy glow.’
  • 63) ‘The canopies were repaired and waterproofed, using a glass-fibre casing, and equipped with new fluorescent lighting.’
  • 64) ‘Under the fluorescent lighting, he looked oddly attractive.’
  • 65) ‘The school looks so much different when it's not all lit up with the cheap fluorescent lighting.’
  • 66) ‘Find a bathroom with tile floors and subdued fluorescent lighting.’
  • 67) ‘Jess pulled him out of the dorm room and into the harsh fluorescent lighting of the hallway.’
  • 68) ‘If you do use a small monitor, having fluorescent lighting on in the room will make things worse.’
  • 69) ‘The fluorescent lighting in the room was nearly blinding and my head like hell.’
  • 70) ‘At the stroke of midnight, firecrackers shot up throughout the city and illuminated the sky with colourful fluorescent streaks.’
  • 71) ‘The brilliant orange sunlight of dusk poured into the building from above his head, illuminating everything with vibrant, almost fluorescent colour.’
  • 72) ‘The blue and white fluorescent colours at the other end of the spectrum represent light oil or condensate expelled from source rocks at higher levels of maturity, corresponding with peak to late generation.’
  • 73) ‘I also suspect that while I was collecting an extended family of trolls with differently coloured fluorescent hair, these guys spent their early days making Airfix models of battleships.’
  • 74) ‘Winter will be bursting with pink rabbit, technological designs and fluorescent and coloured tartans.’
  • 75) ‘In daylight, the human brain reacts more quickly to fluorescent colours than any other shade-even white.’
  • 76) ‘Inexpensive measures can potentially enhance conspicuity - for example, adding a light source and the use of light, bright, reflective, or fluorescent colours.’
  • 77) ‘The inclusions show a wide range of fluorescent colours including red, light brown, orange, yellow, green, white and blue.’
  • 78) ‘There are always limitations with print film as we know it, but other than fluorescent colours, today's photoprocessors can go reasonably close.’
  • 79) ‘Green is the most luminous and intense of the fluorescent colors; when pink and green are mixed they seem to radiate yellow.’
  • 80) ‘Using beads, sequins and hand woven superfine cotton saris in fluorescent colours that Kanchan had taken with her from India, the two began work together almost immediately.’
  • 81) ‘Within the series of Fluro artworks, Darragh contrasts the fluorescent colour with the stark white walls of the gallery.’
  • 82) ‘Your skin will be pale yellow and your urine coloured fluorescent green.’
  • 83) ‘Chadha seems to think that as long as you pile on the songs, splatter the screen in bright colours and have lots of men with fluorescent white teeth gyrating with pretty women, that will do.’
  • 84) ‘This was an impressive scenic dive, with huge yellow clumps of sponge, masses of cup corals with their almost fluorescent colours and featherstars everywhere.’
  • 85) ‘He was wearing a dark coloured bobble hat and a dark jacket with a fluorescent yellow sleeveless tabard over the top.’
  • 86) ‘Security-minded customers will find the lock easy to remove and easy to see with its bright fluorescent orange casing.’
  • 87) ‘When replacing standard fluorescents with efficient T8 lamps, it is necessary to replace the existing ballasts with electronics ballasts.’
  • 88) ‘Instead of replacing high-wattage incandescent lamps with compact fluorescents, for example, one ESCO installed lower-wattage incandescent bulbs.’
  • 89) ‘All the characters are unflinchingly presented as if lit by fluorescents, which somehow suits the story's Manichean division of Sharks & Chumps.’
  • 90) ‘LED exit lights offer an energy savings of more than 85 percent when compared to exit lights using incandescent lamps, and more than 50 percent for exit lights using compact fluorescents.’
  • 91) ‘The building core wall on the left, typically a dark area, is brightened by copper lighting fixtures that utilize compact fluorescents with electronic ballasts and other low-energy equipment.’
  • 92) ‘And apart from two very faint stripes of marginally lighter brown decorating his face, his fur was unrelieved by any markings, and seemed to absorb the light from the overhead fluorescents.’
  • 93) ‘First off, they wanted plenty of light, so the architect placed every work space within 20 feet of a window, with glare-reducing indirect lights instead of fluorescents.’
  • 94) ‘By replacing 25% of your lights with fluorescents, you can knock almost 50% off your lighting bill.’
  • 95) ‘Even though the shop was lit by dim fluorescents in the evenings and I was normally there well after dark, his pupils were always beady and tight, as if he was standing in a pool of bright light.’
  • 96) ‘Despite the dark tint and moody atmosphere of the show, the set lights up in fluorescents and strong blues and yellows, and the colors come through strong.’
  • 97) ‘Replace incandescent light bulbs with fluorescents, which last longer and use less energy.’
  • 98) ‘Energy efficient fluorescents provide excellent light quality, and are long lasting.’
  • 99) ‘Organic light-emitting diode technology may provide a better way of generating white light with improved illumination quality over today's fluorescents.’
  • 100) ‘The new high color rendering fluorescents are a good choice for a general light source that you turn on every day.’
  • 101) ‘Out with the desk lamps, bare bulbs, buzzing fluorescents.’
  • 102) ‘Forget about fluorescents: they make it worse.’
  • 103) ‘All the incandescent versions of linear task lights and some of the fluorescents are dimmable, which is a great advantage, allowing varying levels of lighting.’
  • 104) ‘Switch to compact fluorescents for your five most-used lights.’
  • 105) ‘For the same light output as an incandescent, most compact fluorescents use only one-third to one-fourth the energy.’
  • 106) ‘If incandescent lamps have the advantage of producing a softer, more flattering light, why would anyone use fluorescents?’
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