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Metal halide lamp The term 'Metal halide lamp' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A high-intensity discharge lamp type that uses mercury and several halide additives as light-producing elements. These lights have the best Color Rendition Index (CRI) of the high-intensity discharge lamps. They can be used for commercial interior lighting or for stadium lights'.
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