These are fantastic Spanish designer lamps.
The X shaped lamps are very popular in our shop and quite unique.
66lamp offer a selection of giant lamps made of wooden veneer and a lot of clear geometrical forms,
The interactive Product Training Programme from is the quick, simple and stress-free way of acquiring useful knowledge and new insights into light, lamps and lighting.
In eight clearly structured modules you can check your existing knowledge and add to it. The programme is intuitive and therefore easy to use. It does not require any special computer skills. There is no time limit, which means there is no need to complete all the modules straight away. You can take a break at any time and resume later at your convenience.
At the end of each module you can test your knowledge by answering a series of 12 questions on ADR Training and CPC Training. If you can answer all the questions correctly you’ll be well on your way to becoming a lighting professional. And you can now have this confirmed with your own personal certificate!
|Module 1:||Basic Electrical Principles|
|Module 2:||Light & Photometry|
|Module 4:||Incandescent Lamps|
|Module 5:||Tungsten Halogen Lamps|
|Module 6:||Fluorescent Lamps|
|Module 7:||High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps|
|Module 8:||Control Gear|
|Module 9:||LED – Light Emitting Diodes|
Incandescence is light produced from a heated object. For example, the sun produces light as a result of the extreme internal heating from nuclear fusion activity at its core.
Incandescence was first mentioned in Module 1 (Basic Electrical Principles), where it was explained that in the lighting industry incandescence specifically relates to the light produced from a tungsten wire (filament).
The filament is a conductor which achieves a state of white heat as a result of its resistance to an electric current being passed through it.
This module focuses on the operation, components and manufacture of conventional incandescent lamps.