Today, LED bulbs are brighter, more efficient, and more durable than ever. They also offer very good color rendering. In addition, models are more affordable in price, for an ever better quality. Now, LED bulbs are produced according to various formats at the base. In this article we will show you the most requested and known pellets, so it’s easy to find exactly shoes to fill, in order also to replace traditional light sources anywhere in your home or at the company.
Here is a list of the best known and USIT pellets:
E-12 candelabra: This type of base is usually used in the case of chandeliers, wall sconces and bathrooms. It is usually topped with a blunt tip. There is also the E-11 candelabra and the E-14 European model. Although all are called “candelabra,” they are not all interchangeable.
The intermediate base is between E17 candelabra base and an average basis. It is frequently found in commercial brands. The intermediate base is sometimes used in ceiling fans and appliances. Although an adapter may be used, it is best to make sure that the devices is suitable for replacement of the LED bulb. LED bulbs are not recommended for microwave type devices and range hoods, although they may be very suitable for internal lighting refrigerators.
E-26 or E-27 represent medium sized pellets. They are commonly used for light bulbs in the United States. It is standard household socket, sometimes declined in different forms.
E-39 and E-40 Mogul with a type of pellet: except for commercial lighting applications, these basic sizes are now somewhat obsolete. Sometimes, ceramic, incandescent bulb provided with these humpback pellets was used in lamps and flares was characterized by large, to produce the heat of a 300W incandescent bulb today. Think so sure you bring an adapter for that kind of nerve, so you can use the average basis of an LED bulb.
There are several other types of fluorescent pellets; only the two most famous are presented here. Thus typically, a fluorescent tube has two blades or greater single spindle at the center. Check with your electrician how it may be able to replace the “tombstones” in your fluorescent fixtures, which will be cheaper. The so-called “tombstone” represents the receptacle of the bulb that is at the base.
The GU10 base type is especially designed for bathrooms, ceiling fans and track lighting. The halogen GU10 to typically operate at 120VAC. Our LED GU10 also operate at the line voltage, so there is no need to worry about transformers. This is a kind twist and lock base.
The GU-5.3 is a lamp base type MR-16. It has two pins. The MR-16 can be found in the new lighting spotlights, bathrooms, and ceiling fans. Our MR16 LED replacement lamps operate at low voltage and work especially well with magnetic transformers. If you have an electronic transformer, you can buy a single LED MR16 trial basis, to make sure it works properly.
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