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A metal conductor which carries the current from the cap of a lamp to the luminous element or to the electrodes.
 
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Latest revision as of 11:01, 1 March 2009

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A metal conductor which carries the current from the cap of a lamp to the luminous element or to the electrodes.

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Reference: C.I.E. (modified)




Please note that this is the term as it stands in the original IALA Dictionary edition (1970-1989)

Contrast

Celsius (previously Centigrade)

Capacitance

charge current

Intensity

Illuminance

Energy

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