The basic technology for induction lamps is not particularly new. The principle of induction lighting is in fact already demonstrated around 1890 by Nicola Tesla. Induction lights are similar to fluorescent lighting due to the fact that they use both gases, which once ‘excited’, react with phosphorus in glass enclosures and produce white light. Unlike fluorescent lights however, induction lamps have a lifespan of approximately 100,000 hours! This is because fluorescent lamps use electrodes that break down relatively quickly. Induction lamps apply the principle of induction, the transfer of energy by means of a magnetic field. Think of it as wireless lighting.

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