Try placing outside your home on your deck; a fly zapper with a flourescent bulb in it, of a similar wavelength. I guess its warm where you are.
Honey bees and most insects inclusive are attracted to ultraviolet light (UV).
The basics of the flourescent tube will create all UV light of which is converted to visable (to us) light by phosphors inside the tube. A proportion of this is still UV and will attract insects.
Placing the fly-zapper outside will work to combat the problem as they are more attracted to the special UV type lights incorporated in them.
Not really, they are a yellowish orangey color.
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No. Fluorescent lights operate through an electrical ballast which regulates the voltage and amperage, and you will ruin the ballast if the correct VA is not provided. The reason that fluorescent lights are used is because of their low wattage requirements.
Products for outdoor living can be purchased at Home Depot, Loews, Walmart and Target. Outdoor living products can also be purchased through eBay and Amazon.
No, a switch is used to control the circuit voltage that is applied to the fixture for turning the fixture on and off. The starter in the fluorescent fixture is used to start the current flowing through the filaments in the fixture's tubes. After a specific time, the starter heats up the circuit is opened and the current then flows through the fluorescent tubes.
No, but they can bleach there skin
In a fluorescent light bulb there is usually a drop of mercury. That mercury vaporizes as the bulb warms up and it becomes gaseous, enhancing the electron interaction through the bulb, making it brighter.
The two pieces of metal were permanently joined by a rivet passing through them.
To limit the current flowing through the fluorescent tube once its gas has ionised.
There are some outdoor lights, but you'll have to hook them up to solar power through by contacting a specialty panel supplier.
Compact fluorescent light globes contain argon and mercury vapor inside their tubes. There is also an integrated ballast that causes an electric current to pass through these vapors, which, in turn, produces light.
There is a plethora of outdoor security camera systems on the market today to choice from. You will need to research and see which features best suit you and your family or business. Here is a link to look through them. http://www.security-cameras-cctv.com/Outdoor-Camera/Outdoor-Security-Camera/
It depends on the violation. Anyone can lose their license for one day through permanently.
Yes, if you play loud music through earphones, you can permanently damage your hearing.
Seahorses LIVE underwater permanently ! They breathe through GILLS not lungs !
The 'choke' is an inductor whose purpose is to limit the current flowing through the tube after the gas has ionised.
It has something to do with the energy waves that are moving through the bulb like a current.
An incandescent bulb differs from a fluorescent based on how it produces light. "Incandescent" means producing light through heat, this is essentially how an incandescent bulb lights. As current travels to the tungsten filament, the filament heats and lights up as the tungsten filament begins to deteriorate and eventually fail. Fluorescent bulbs produce light when current excites gasses inside the glass envelope. As the gasses get excited they emit photons. Interestingly, the light produced by a fluorescent bulb does not fall along the visible spectrum until it passes through the white, phosphor coating on the inside of the bulb. And there you have it.
through cardio exercise like swimming, jogging, walking, sports, etc... Outdoor fitness is the best way. I use a outdoor personal training program and its great!
One can install an outdoor antenna in many different ways. One can hook the module to the inside of the house through an extended plug as well as with an auxiliary cord.
Male honeybees do not have babies. The insects in question (Apis spp) does not produce eggs but instead mates with their colony's queen. All queens in all honeybee colonies will be capable of producing fertilized eggs with male before the drones die and unfertilized eggs through virgin births (parthenogenesis).
Very interesting question. I would suggest that you go to Amazon.com and search through the outdoor-use TVs that are on their site. You will need to be specific on what features and sizes you are required/ desired.