Single-stage high-power-factor dimmable lighting system for electrodeless fluorescent lamp

@article{daSilva2011SinglestageHD,
  title={Single-stage high-power-factor dimmable lighting system for electrodeless fluorescent lamp},
  author={Marcelo F. da Silva and Jeferson Fraytag and Natalia Braun Chagas and M. E. Schlittler and Marco Ant{\^o}nio Dalla Costa and Rafael A. Pinto and {\'A}lysson Raniere Seidel and Ricardo N. do Prado},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2011},
  pages={390-395}
}
The use of the electrodeless fluorescent lamps has been increasing, because of their features such as lifetime and lumen efficiency, when compared to conventional fluorescent and high pressure sodium lamps. The single-stage high-power-factor electronic ballast for electrodeless fluorescent lamp with dimming feature is presented on this paper. It is obtained by integrating a SEPIC converter with a Half-Bridge asymmetric LCC resonant inverter, which can effectively regulate the lamp power… 
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