31. The life of incandescent lamp is expected to be
(A) 100 hours
(B) 200 hours
(C) 1000 hours
(D) 10000 hours
32. The source of illumination for a cinema projector is
(A) Incandescent lamp
(B) Mercury vapor lamp
(C) Sodium lamp
(D) Carbon arc lamp.
33. Sodium vapor lamps need ionization potential of about
(A) 5 volts
(B) 50 volts
(C) 100 volts
(D) 112 volts.
34. When a sodium vapor lamp is switched on, initially the color is
35. In a sodium vapor lamp the discharge is first started in the
(A) neon gas
(B) nitrogen gas
(‘C) argon gas
(D) krypton gas.
36. A auto transformer used with sodium vapor lamp should have
(A) high efficiency
(B) high step-up ratio
(C) high step-down ratio
(D) high leakage reactance.
37. The capacitor used in auto transformer circuit for sodium vapor lamps, is for
(A) protection against accidental power failure
(B) controlling illumination level of the lamp
(C) for regulating discharge voltage
(D) for improving the power factor of the circuit.
38. A mercury vapor lamp gives
(A) pink light
(B) yellow light
(C) greenish blue light
(D) white light.
39. Under the influence of fluorescent lamps sometimes the wheels of rotating machinery appear to be stationary. This is due to the
(B) luminescence effect
(C) stroboscopic effect
(D) low power factor.
40. Power factor is highest in case of
(A) Mercury arc lamp
(B) Sodium vapor lamps
(C) Tube lights
(D) GLS lamps
41. Which of the following electric discharge lamp gives highest lumens/watt
(A) Sodium vapor lamp
(B) Neon lamp
(C) Mercury lamp at low pressure
(D) Mercury vapor at high pressure.
42. The solid angle subtended at the center of a hemisphere of diameter D will be
43. Which one of the following is a cold cathode lamp?
(A) Sodium lamp
(B) Neon lamp
(C) GSL lamp
(D) Tube light.
44. In a mercury vapor lamp light red objects appear black due to
(A) high wavelength of red objects
(B) color mixing
(C) absence of red light from lamp radiation
(D) absorption of red light by the lamp radiation.
45. The flicker effect of fluorescent lamp is more pronounced at
(A) lower voltages
(B) higher voltages
(C) lower frequencies
(D) higher frequencies