TeachMeFinance.com - explain High-intensity discharge (HID) lamp
High-intensity discharge (HID) lamp The term 'High-intensity discharge (HID) lamp' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A lamp that produces light by passing electricity through gas, which causes the gas to glow. Examples of HID lamps are mercury vapor lamps, metal halide lamps, and high-pressure sodium lamps. HID lamps have extremely long life and emit far more lumens per fixture than do fluorescent lights'.
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