Compact Fluorescent Lamps in Residences—Power Quality Implications
Addresses the growing proliferation of high-reliability, low-cost electronic products that can represent non-linear loads from a power systems point of view. These products include entertainment information technology devices, food preparation and cooking products with electronic ballasts, compact screw-in fluorescent lamps, and other power-conversion devices that operate a variety of lamps.
Published Date: Oct.20.2004
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