The word incandescent is an adjective. Incandescent means (1) emitting light as a result of being heated, (2) characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance.
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Incandescent light bulbs were invented over 100 years ago and are still the most common type of light bulb in use today. Find out more with this guide to incandescent light bulbs.
Royal Philips of the Netherlands, founded in 1891 as a producer of incandescent lamps, is one of the world's biggest electronics companies. In the U.S., the focus is Philips Medical Systems. On the website, users can find information about their products, energy saving tips, and more.
The following article provides recent incandescent-related news.