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Radinic Hi Tech Offers a Selection of Lighting Products

Radionic hi tech offers a selection of lighting products. Their offerings include LED and fluorescent ballasts, bulbs and starters as well as design, engineering and testing solutions. Their ZX/RX series undercabinet task light features up to 80 high-brightness LEDs distributed evenly for even illumination.

LED Lighting

LED lights use minimal electricity to produce large amounts of light, making them more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs and durable enough to last up to 20 times longer than other lighting types. As such, they may be an ideal choice for some lighting applications.

LEDs can also be an excellent solution in areas where replacing bulbs is challenging or impossible, such as ceilings or recessed lights where this task often has to be completed by hand. Available in numerous colors and voltage levels, these LED bulbs allow brightness adjustments via voltage changes and come in surface mount or through-hole options – plus make sure that lumens and color rendering index (CRI) measurements are carefully considered when considering which bulb may best reproduce true colors.

LEDs offer many advantages when used for applications requiring significant motion or harsh environments, including shock resistance and low minimum operating temperature that allows them to be used in cold areas like freezers or meat lockers. LEDs also make an excellent addition to theater performances because of their ability to add vivid color, dimension, and movement that enhance stage performances.

LED colors can be altered through selecting different semiconductor materials. For instance, an indium-gallium-nitride (IGZN) LED emits blue light by varying the concentration of InGaN quantum wells sandwiched between thicker layers of GaN known as cladding layers; other colors may be achieved by selecting appropriate material combinations for its p-type and n-type layers of the device.

LED design makes it possible to focus its light more precisely, providing an advantage over other forms of lighting such as reflectors. Focusing the LED’s light in this manner can reduce power consumption by as much as 40% and lower its total system cost as well as package size and size.

Fluorescent Lighting

Radionic Hi-Tech provides standard fluorescent ballasts in different high power factor ratings to meet various original equipment manufacturers’ needs and can also accommodate universal voltage capability. They also offer magnetic and electronic fluorescent starters.

Another popular choice is dimmable fluorescent fixtures from MaxLite, such as their under cabinet fixture with three-way switching allowing you to select full, medium, or low illumination with just the flick of a switch. You can use either a standard cord dimmer for this fixture or purchase one specifically designed to control LED/fluorescent lighting systems.

Electronic Ballasts

Electronic ballasts are used to manage starting voltage and operating current of lighting devices. They typically run off an AC supply of 220V with 50-60 Hz frequency. An electronic ballast consists of a rectifier that converts A.C power into D.C output that is then filtered by capacitors before passing through induction coils that oscillate at high frequencies before finally feeding an arc lamp with power. Electronic ballasts are more energy-efficient than magnetic ones as they consume less power while producing equivalent amounts of electrical energy while being more reliable – saving both money and power consumption as well.

Considerations must be given when choosing an electronic ballast based on its luminous flux (CF) production capabilities. An ideal ballast would perform equally well whether the line voltage falls under or above 105 volts; additionally, its luminous flux should remain consistent across voltage differences.

To accomplish this goal, an electronic ballast utilizes a circuit which determines the level of current to be supplied to a lamp. This is accomplished using capacitor 28 and resistor 30, with 470K ohm resistor being optimal so as to prevent dangerous discharge of capacitor when power is turned off.

Electronic ballasts play an integral part in meeting fluctuating voltage requirements by using an autotransformer winding connected to a lamp – this allows it to adapt to voltage variations between 105-126V commercial lines, providing sufficient current to start and heat a fluorescent tube.

Electronic ballasts are specifically designed to operate at low temperatures, which is essential since a fluorescent lamp’s performance degrades with increasing temperatures. Furthermore, this method offers greater safety compared to magnetic ones as electromagnetic waves produced from them are unlikely to interfere with sensitive electronic equipment.

There are various kinds of electronic fluorescent lamp ballasts on the market today. One popular variant is the European 230 V series choke ballast; its design differs significantly from its American rapid start counterpart; for example, this European ballast features an insulating layer between its inductor and power supply terminal for greater insulation between induction coil and terminal connection, low wattage rating requirements, moderate power factor ratings of around 80% for F13T5 type fluorescent lamps and provides moderate power factor levels of around 40%.