volume 55, issue 2, P171-176 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280550211
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Abstract: Most artificial lighting systems operate with a 1W120 Hz flickering, an undesirable condition for studies on photosynthesis, requiring a fluctuating (flashing light effect) as well as a constant light flux. The amplitude of this flickering depends on the type of lamps and on the power supply. Selected lamps and related power supplies providing a flickering-free light source are critically reviewed. A new system is proposed, that combines a high intensity discharge lamp (simulating natural sunlight) with a hig…

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