Solid-State Lighting & Fluorescent Lighting Market Revenue Analysis by Regions, Types and Manufacturers 2021

Global Solid-State Lighting & Fluorescent Lighting Market is segmented on the basis of product type, application, and region. Solid-state lighting is in the realm of electronics with multiple interdependent ancillary systems. Solid-state lighting (SSL) is a technology in which light-emitting diodes (LEDs) swap conventional radiant and fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes. An SSL device produces visible light by means of electroluminescence, a phenomenon in which electric current passing through a specially formulated semiconductor diode causes the semiconductor material to glow.

Fluorescent lighting is a type of lighting technology depending on a chemical reaction inside of a glass tube to create light. The chemical reaction is inclusive of gases and mercury vapor interacting, that produces an invisible UV light. That invisible UV light illuminates the phosphor powder coating the inside of the glass tube, emitting white “fluorescent” light.

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Major driving factors for this soli-state lighting fluorescent market include government initiatives and long life low energy consumption, and efficient and robust design of LEDs for better productivity.

The solid-state lighting & fluorescent lighting market is classified, by technology into Solid-State Lighting (LED, OLED), Fluorescent Lighting [LFL, CFL (Plug-In CFL, Integral CFL, Adapter CFL, Screw-Based, Pin-Mounted), CCFL]. LFL – also known as linear fluorescent lamps. A very small amount of mercury mixes with inert gases to conduct electrical current. This allows the phosphor coating on the glass tube to emit white, visible light. LFLs are usually identified as T12, T8, or T5.

CFL – also known as compact fluorescent lamps. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including twin-tube integral, triple-tube integral, integral model with casing reducing the glare, modular circline and ballast, and modular quad-tube and ballast varieties. They consist of two parts, a gas-filled tube and a power supply called a ballast that is either magnetic or electronic.

The solid-state lighting & fluorescent lighting market is classified, by type of installation into New Installation and Retrofit.The solid-state lighting & fluorescent lighting market is classified, by industry verticals, into residential, commercial, educational, consumer electronics, industrial, medical, and transportation.

The solid-state lighting & fluorescent lighting market is classified, by application, into general lighting backlighting, automotive lighting, and medical lighting, and others.The solid-state lighting & fluorescent lighting market is geographically segmentedinto North America, Europe (Eastern Europe, Western Europe), Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa.Asia Pacific is expected to account for a large share in Solid-State Lighting & Fluorescent Lighting Marketand will also show the fastest growth during the forecast period.

The key players in the solid-state lighting &fluorescent lighting marketinclude OsramLight AG, Royal Philips Electronics N.V, Nichia Corporation, Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd., and General Electric Company.

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