Citations with the tag: LAMPS
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- Industry corner: Lighting the way: The U.S. lamp industry, 1985-2005.
Babington, Mary F.; Moberg, Christopher R. // Business Economics; Oct96, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p53
Focuses on the resurgence of the lamp making industry in the United States. Three top suppliers; Stability and maturity; Three converging forces influencing the increased use of lamps; Lamp sales by type and market; Foreign trade; Regulations, standards and initiatives; Technology; Industry...
- Early lighting.
Johnson, B.E. // Country Living; Nov89, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p24
Describes various methods of lighting used in Colonial America. Betty lamps; Candles and candlewood; Dual-wick lamps; `Sparking' lamps; Collectability of colonial lamps.
- The modular solution.
Siegel, Stewart // Fleet Owner; Oct97, Vol. 92 Issue 10, p256
States that replacing a lamb bulb in a vehicle may not be that simple since the problem may be related to wiring. Comparison of wiring problems; Solution to such problems; Comments from Phil Colgate, general manager of port operations for Chiquita Bananas in Wilmington, Delaware.
- Illuminating new materials.
Siegel, Stewart // Gifts & Decorative Accessories; Aug97, Vol. 98 Issue 8, p58
Presents information on various lamps as decorations for the home. What are the features of the lamps; What are the prices of the lamps.
- Light up your life with your own oil lamp.
West, Rebecca; Schneider, Christine // Calliope; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p15
Instructs on the making of an oil lamp, similar to the ones hung in the Great Mosque of Cordoba, Spain. Step-by-step methods.
- Burning the midnight oil.
Kimber, R. // Country Journal; Mar/Apr89, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p110
Discusses oil lamps. Different types; Uses; Wick choices; Types of oil; Safety precautions.
- The age of enlightenment.
Kimber, R. // Town & Country; Jan97, Vol. 151 Issue 5200, p54
Features lamps. Includes an Etruscan lamp by Robert Altman; Gilded silver lamp by Stephen McKay; Leather column lamp by Marie Guerin; prices; Contact information.
- Lamplight serenade.
Kimber, R. // Gifts & Decorative Accessories; Oct95, Vol. 96 Issue 10, p58
Features several oil lamps. Includes Venetian Garden oil lamps; Glass hurricane oil lamps; Glass prism candles.
- A 'GOOD OIL LAMP'
Magness, Jodi // dig; Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p33
Features an oil lamp discovered during the excavations outside the present Old City of David in Jerusalem. Age of the oil lamp; Functions.
- How do touch lamps work?
Wessner, Cecilia; O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science; Aug98, Vol. 253 Issue 2, p85
Provides information on how touch lamps work. Function of the sensing system in touch lamps; When the touch lamps were first patented and manufactured; Information on a sensing system developed by Westek, San Diego, California.
- SHINY AND NEW.
R.S. // New York; 7/28/2003, Vol. 36 Issue 25, p43
Features lamps from the Spazio Luceplan store in Soho, New York City. Description of the lamps on display at the store; Price range.
- Choosing the right lamp.
R.S. // Better Homes & Gardens; May98, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p34
Presents information on how to choose the right lamp for a room. Reason a swing-arm lamp is an excellent choice for a desktop; Information on a lamp for the bedroom; Lamps chosen for the chairside.
- Bright Idea.
Suqi, Rima // New York; 8/18/2003, Vol. 36 Issue 28, p39
Recommends lamps shaped like Chinese take-out containers available from Pearl River Mart in New York City. Feature of a Chinese character on each carton; Suitability of the lamps as housewarming gifts.
- Small stands tall.
Burgner, Lois // Electrical Wholesaling; May98, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p29
Introduces a variety of lamps designed around several cutting-edge light sources. Fluorescent lamps; High-intensity discharge lamps; Compact fluorescent lamps; Fiber optic lighting components.
- New lamps.
Burgner, Lois // Interior Design; Aug96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p116
Introduces lamps from Panasonic, Solium Inc. and Philips & Co. Product features; Design; Lighting capabilities.
- BROKEN But not shattered.
Board, Michael // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News; May2002, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p58
Explores the different types of protective lighting. Enclosed fixture; Tubeguards; Plastic-coated lamp; Incandescent lamps.
- The lamp to brighten anyone's day.
Ilves, Peter // GP: General Practitioner; 8/4/2003, p52
The author reviews a desk lamp. The Diva designer luminaire is much more than just a light. It is a work of art, a fashion statement that spells class, and by its very essence it signifies all things divine in Italian design. There is an innovative clamp to hold it to your desk. A bright 11-watt...
- New Physics of the Positive Column.
Lister, Graeme G. // AIP Conference Proceedings; 2003, Vol. 669 Issue 1, p479
Recent advances in experiment and modelling of the positive column have brought new insight into the fundamental physics of low pressure discharges. This is particularly valuable for understanding important processes in the new range of "electrodeless" fluorescent lamps which operate at higher...
- Warning issued overtake Hitachi lamps.
Lister, Graeme G. // AV Magazine; May/jun2012, p6
The article reports on the warning of projector lamp distributor Just Lamps regarding fake illegal Hitachi projector lamps being sold across Europe.
- Petzl Zipka Headlamp.
Guyer-Stevens, Stephanie // Whole Earth; Spring2002, Issue 107, p65
Evaluates the Petzl Zipka Headlamp from REI from the U.S. Price; Features; Batteries used.
- The magical Aladdin lamp.
Cox, Stuart R. // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p59
Provides information on the Aladdin Company's Aladdin lamp from the book `Aladdin, the Magic Name in Lamps,' by J.W. Courter. Common kerosene as fuel; Characteristics of the lamp; Adjustment of oil lamps to maximum efficient burn rate to eliminate smoking; Aladdin's discouragement of the use of...
- DESIGN CHOICE/LAVA LAMP.
Dragon, David // Marketing (00253650); 2/24/2000, p15
Evaluates the lava lamp. Form and function.
- T8 is still the fluorescent lamp of choice.
Audin, Lindsay // Architectural Record; May2003, Vol. 191 Issue 5, p341
When T5 linear fluorescent lamps made their way from European to U.S. shores in 1998, many thought that they would soon displace the T8 as the industry's most popular fluorescent lamp.They put out more light at higher temperatures than T8s, an advantage when they are used in enclosed fixtures,...
- Comparing kerosene lamps.
Oelker, David // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; May/Jun2000, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p54
Evaluates the three categories of kerosene lamps such as flat wicks, mantle lamps and pressurized lamps.
- THE LIGHT FANTASTIC.
Oelker, David // Houses; 2000, Issue 23, p73
Presents information on the design of several lamps.
- Pairpoint sets record.
Oelker, David // Antiques & Collecting Magazine; Sep96, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p7
Reports on the sale of Pairpoint Puffy Lilac Tree Lamp for $55,000 during the A-Plus Auctions' auction in Cocoa, Florida. Contact information.
- Value-added lighting.
Monroe, Linda K. // Buildings; Mar1998, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p83
Presents factors to consider when selecting a lamp or lighting system for new and existing buildings. Primary benefits and disadvantages of incandescent lamps; Energy-efficiency of lights; Advantages of high-intensity discharge lamps and compact fluorescents; Improvements made on lamps. ...
- Blinded By The Light.
Monroe, Linda K. // Backpacker; May2000, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p143
Provides tips on how to prevent hiking companions from being blinded by headlamps.
- The Future Now.
Monroe, Linda K. // Backpacker; Mar2004, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p14
Presents information on the Brunton Liberty lantern.
- Oil lamps.
Guthman, Pam // Country Living; Apr96, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p79
Features vintage oil lamps in the United States. Oil lamps collection at the Dennis Hearn/Diversified Antiques shop in New York City; Features of typical Victorian-era oil lamps; Oil lamps at Woldman and Woldman in Alexandria, Virginia. INSET: For further enlightenment..
- A bright idea.
Nixon, Will // E: The Environmental Magazine; Mar/Apr94, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p44
Reports on the introduction of two compact fluorescent bulbs in the United States. Steering wheels by Lights of America; Prongs from General Electric.
- Light the way.
Nixon, Will // Gifts & Decorative Accessories; Aug96, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p60
Presents gift items featuring a selection of lighted lamps. Includes rectangular lamp made of basho grass; Illuminated lightscreen; Chute lamp; Le floor lamp; Goemetrics lamps.
- Find the Twin Lamps.
Nixon, Will // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine; Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p10
Presents a guessing game about lamps.
Nixon, Will // Interior Design; 10/31/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 11, p123
Presents several lighting equipment. Floating Light designed by Afroditi Krassa from Studio Krassa; Biplana collection from LuxLuce; Light Disc from LucePlan USA; Jumbo task light from Jolt.
- Deepa's Special Day.
Nixon, Will // Ladybug; Nov2001, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p21
Presents the short story 'Deepa's Special Day,' which deals with buying little clay lamps and the Divali celebration.
TISCH, CAROL // Sarasota Magazine; Dec2008, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p29
Photographs of several commercial products including a handbag, a lamp, and a serving tray are presented.
- A linear ultraviolet flashlamp with self-replenishing cathode.
Wekhof, Alex // Review of Scientific Instruments; Dec92, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p5565
The design of this linear ultraviolet (UV) flashlamp ensures an equilibrium between the mercury cathode erosion and the return of mercury atoms from the discharge, making the cathode self-replenishing. The lamp, which requires a simmer current of only 0.3 A, can operate in the region of high...
- Watt I'm Using Now: Lamps.
Watanabe, Christina; Gibbs, D. Andrew // Live Design; Apr2008, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p12
Several quotes from lighting experts on lamp products including Christina Watanabe of Urban Stages on the aluPAR from Osram Sylvania, and D. Andrew Gibbs of the Department of Drama at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville on the HPL575/115X from Ushio and the 750T12/9 from GE.
- Bright Lights.
Watanabe, Christina; Gibbs, D. Andrew // Design Engineering; Nov2001, p16
Focuses on the manufacture of Ultra-high performance (UHP) lamp by Philips Research in a pilot factory in Aachen, Germany. Description of the lamp; Allocation on the spectral light distribution of the lamp; Capability of the lamp to withstand atmospheric pressure and temperature. INSET: What's...
- Alternatives to fluorescent lamp disposal.
Watanabe, Christina; Gibbs, D. Andrew // Journal of Environmental Health; Oct97, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p44
Presents alternative ways of disposing fluorescent lamps. Recycling of fluorescent lamp tubes and high-density discharge lamps; Use of a mixture of sulfur and argon bombarded by microwaves to produce light with less ultraviolet radiation.
- Natural light.
Dytte, Linda // House Beautiful; Dec96, Vol. 138 Issue 12, p39
Presents information on the lamp designs of sculptor Suzanne Derrer. Information on where the lamps were made of; Techniques used by Derrer in making the lamps; Description and prices of the lamps.
- Product options facilitate efficient lighting projects.
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // Energy User News; Sep96, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p40
No abstract available.
- Compact fluorescent lamps.
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // Energy User News; Sep96, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p58
No abstract available.
- Linear fluorescent lamps.
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // Energy User News; Sep96, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p60
No abstract available.
- High-intensity discharge lamps.
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // Energy User News; Sep96, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p61
No abstract available.
- Base of the matter.
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // Architectural Digest; Jan1997, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p153
Focuses on the classic, metal lamps made by Rupert Hobbs and Steve Groves. One gilt-bronze lamp with a louvered pyramidal shade and two lions; One graduated column lamp with Gothic gilding on blue glass; Contact point.
- WHATWOULD YOU DO?
Ji, Yunfen; Davis, Robert // House Beautiful; Oct2010, Vol. 152 Issue 9, p79
Photographs of several chairs, tables and lamps, are presented.
Medford, Sarah // Town & Country; Jun2002, Vol. 156 Issue 5265, p131
Introduces several hurricane lamp and furniture designs.
- From floodlights to flashlamps, artificial lamps light the world.
Higgins, Thomas V. // Laser Focus World; May94, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p123
Focuses on the evolution of artificial lamps. Emissivity of ceramic sources of light; Early tungsten filaments; Discharge lamps; Modern-day successors to the carbon arc.
- Fluorescent waterproof lights offer 20 percent less energy consumption.
Jordan, John M.,; Bradbury, Johanna L., // Modern Machine Shop; Jun97, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p281
Features the 120 and 140 model fluorescent lights from Waldmann Lighting Company.