Metal-halide lamp should not be confused with Halogen lamp. A metal-halide
lamp is an .... Like self-ballasted mercury-vapor lamps, self-ballasted metal-
halide lamps are connected directly to mains ...
MH lamps start when their ballast supplies a high starting voltage higher than
those normally supplied to the lamp electrodes through a gas mixture in the arc ...
Pulse-start MH lamps do not have a starting probe electrode. ... so the aquarium
industry has tried to find ballasts that work with those lamps, and have labeled ...
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Aug 7, 2012 ... How it works, Inventors, all about the lamp. Has the best bright white light for
sporting events and big arenas, areas, etc. Invented by Charles P.
This condition is peculiar to the metal halide lamp. It does not occur with mercury.
If the supply voltage to a metal halide lamp is interrupted during the warm up ...
Oct 25, 2012 ... But the one working light does ignite and sustain. ... a capacitor for High Pressure
Sodium bulbs but not for Metal Halide (Mercury) bulbs!
Understanding how fluorescent and HID lamps work makes problem solving and
... If the lamp between the Red and Yellow leads does not light and the other one
does, .... HPS and some newer MH lamps use an ignitor as part of the ballast.
How does a Metal Halide Lamp Work? When full voltage is applied across the
main electrodes, no arc is produced at the time of switching. The auxiliary ...
Nov 4, 2011 ... Of course you would...and in reality the metal halide bulbs above your head IS
ripping you off...it's doing the same thing! It is only working at ...
www.osram.com. Metal halide lamps. Instructions for the use and application ... 2
How a metal halide lamp works . ..... 6.3.5 Lamps that do not ignite.