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Author Žukauskas, Artūras.

Title Introduction to solid-state lighting / Artūras Žakauskas, Michael S. Shur, Remis Gaska.

Published New York : J. Wiley, [2002]
©2002

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 UniM ERC  621.32 ZUKA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 207 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-199) and index.
Contents 1. Historical Introduction -- 2. Vision, Photometry, and Colorimetry -- 3. Bulbs and Tubes -- 4. Basics of All-Solid-State Lamps -- 5. Light Extraction From LEDs -- 6. White Solid-State Lamps -- 7. Applications of Solid-State Lamps.
Summary A thorough reference that sheds light on the promising field of solid-state lighting Solid-state lighting is a rapidly emerging field. Light Emitting Diodes are already used in traffic signals, signage/contour lighting, large area displays, and automotive applications. But its greatest future lies in the possibility of applying solid-state lamps to general lighting. Solid-state lighting promises to reduce energy consumption as much as fifty percent, cut down on carbon-dioxide emission, and even spur the development of a completely new lighting industry. Giving this important emerging field the attention it deserves, Introduction to Solid-State Lighting comprehensively covers: * The history of lighting * The characterization of visible light * Conventional light sources * LED basics * Extraction of light from high-brightness LEDs * White LED * Applications of solid-state lamps
Other author Shur, Michael.
Gaska, Remis.
Subject Light emitting diodes.
Lighting.
ISBN 0471215740 (cloth : alk. paper)