Leading lamps: The lighting market embraces electrodeless technology

"Look, no wires"--a familiar exclamation, one much in use by fans of induction lighting technology. Call it what you will (every manufacturer has a different name for it; designers know its chief product as the electrodeless lamp), its strongest features are a 100,000-hour life, low energy consumption, and a selection of very pleasing color temperatures.

The electrodeless lamp uses magnetic induction, instead of an electrode at each end of the fluorescent tube, to produce illumination

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