CMH

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CMHCommunity Mental Health (various locations)
CMHCenter of Military History
CMHCanadian Museum of History (Gatineau, Quebec, Canada)
CMHCeramic Metal Halide (General Electric light source)
CMHCanadian Military History (Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament)
CMHChildren's Museum of Houston (Houston, TX)
CMHComplexe Majeur d'Histocompatibilité (French: Major Histocompatibility Complex)
CMHCommunity Memorial Hospital (Virginia, USA)
CMHCenter for Minority Health
CMHChildren's Memorial Hospital
CMHCentre for Medical Humanities (Durham Univeristy; UK)
CMHCongressional Medal of Honor
CMHCommission on Macroeconomics and Health
CMHCochran-Mantel-Haenszel (statistic test)
CMHChief of Military History
CMHConsolidated Media Holdings (Australia)
CMHCombined Military Hospital (Pakistan)
CMHChildren Mending Hearts (various locations)
CMHCambridge Memorial Hospital (UK)
CMHCentre Maurice Halbwachs (French sociology center; University of Caen; Caen, France)
CMHCautionnement Mutuel de l'Habitat (French: Mutual Guarantee Housing)
CMHHypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
CMHCoordination Médicale Hospitalière (French: Medical Hospital Coordination)
CMHChilled Mirror Hygrometer (various companies)
CMHCalvert Memorial Hospital
CMHCorrectional Mental Health (various locations)
CMHCatholic Memorial High School (Waukesha, Wisconsin)
CMHCubic Meters per Hour
CMHCharlton Memorial Hospital (Fall River, MA, USA)
CMHCentre de Management Hôtelier International (French: International Hospitality Management Center)
CMHCentral Memorial Hospital (Kenya)
CMHCardiomyopathy, Familial Hypertrophic
CMHChildrens Mercy Hospital (Kansas City)
CMHCortland Memorial Hospital (Cortland, New York, USA)
CMHCentre Maraîcher de Hesbaye (French gardening association; Belgium)
CMHChelsea Modular Homes (Marlboro, NY)
CMHChronic Mucus Hypersecretion
CMHCompagnie Marocaine des Hydrocarbures (French: Moroccan Oil Company; Morocco)
CMHCeramide Monohexoside
CMHClinical Master Herbalist
CMHCatholic Memorial Home
CMHCabinet Marilyn Hagège (French law firm)
CMHCentral Message Handler
CMHColumbus, OH, USA - Port Columbus International Airport (Airport Code)
CMHCommunications Manhole
CMHCentre Mutualiste des Handicaps (French: Mutualist Center for Disabilities)
CMHClassified Messaging Hub
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is proud to introduce a Professional Grade 315W Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) lamp type designed for open rated fixtures to its HiLUX GRO line of grow lamps.
Here, ceramic metal halide sources were paired with an advanced control system by ETC.
From the beginning, we stood out as the first lighting company to use ceramic metal halide lamps in supermarket track and accent fixtures.
The first HD Array, the CXA1520 LED, enables lighting manufacturers to create a new generation of products that deliver the same intensity and light quality as 39-W ceramic metal halide (CMH) at up to 50 percent lower power.
This lighting is good for illuminating areas like crime hotspots, tunnels, roads and parks, while shopping centres, major road may best be served by white-light streetlights such as SON (high-pressure sodium) or ceramic metal halide lamps.
Interior lighting uses a combination of energy efficient fluorescent lamps, ceramic metal halide lamps, and light emitting diodes (LED's).
EYE Lighting, an Ohio-based manufacturer of lamps, luminaries, and lighting products, has recently added a new shape to their line of Cera Arc Ceramic Metal Halide products.
BAERO's Rhoades says that there are ceramic metal halide options that "far exceed LEDs in energy efficiency," citing his company's Bright Star Lamps, including a 70-watt version that delivers 7,300 lumens with just 70 watts or 104 lumens per watt.
* Outdoor lighting around complex perimeters, and in parking areas and garages is moving toward the white light, high performance and 20,000-30,000-hour lifespan of ceramic metal halide technology.
In recent years, development efforts have been made in ceramic metal halide technology to further enhance the efficiency and performance (Tu and others 2009).
The Evoke 2.9-inch Downlight line offers an array of architecturally styled fixtures that have been specifically engineered around the latest LED (light emitting diode), miniature ceramic metal halide and low-voltage halogen light sources.