Eliminating 40-W fluorescent lamps may cause outages

April 1996
Engineered Systems;Apr96, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p20
Trade Publication
Reports that the Energy Policy Act of 1992 will eliminate the 40-W fluorescent lamps presently on the market, according to the National Electrical Manufacturers Association. Replacement for the 40-W fluorescent lamps; Performance problems related to the replacement of 40-W fluorescent lamps.


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