Illumination selection for indicator lights
Illumination is a complex subject. Most users of indicating lights do not need to understand the scientific theories explaining the production and transmission of light. When specifying an indicator light, for example, your main concerns revolve around the characteristics of its light, its useful life, and both its purchase price and operating cost.
The purpose of this white paper, then, is to give you the basic background information you need to make intelligent choices when specifying indicator lights. It covers the basic types of lights in common use, how they are rated and how environmental conditions can affect them.
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