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HID lamps produce light by striking an electrical arc across tungsten electrodes housed inside a specially designed inner glass tube. This tube is filled with both gas and metals. The gas aids in the starting of the lamps. Then, the metals produce the light once they are heated to a point of evaporation. Like fluorescent lamps, HID lamps require a ballast to start and maintain their operation.
|01/05/17||HID versus LED in Hunting Lights|
Currently, high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are robust lighting technologies that can be found in the competitive hunting sector. Both types of luminaries have a solid reputation for producing bright, powerful light beams. However, when it comes to design and light production, they differ greatly. [...]
|12/14/11||Practical Applications of Ultraviolet Light|
For instance; since UV radiation causes some compounds to emit electromagnetic radiation in the visible range, commonly known as fluorescence, we can use UV light to identify chemicals and compounds according to how they fluoresce when exposed to UV radiation. Just like with the visible light spectrum, different wavelengths of UV will react differently with different molecular structures, causing some to fluoresce a certain color, which can tell us what a material is made of or what its properti [...]
|08/02/10||HID Flashlights Provide Non Lethal Force|
The search for new and more effective non lethal tools for control of individuals has led to major advancements in the design and production of tactical equipment used by police and security professionals. The premise behind non lethal force is to be able to disarm or disable subjects without the need to resort to weapons or tactics that may cause permanent injury or death. [...]