Incandescent Bulbs

Technical data sheets Datasheet *Check stock before ordering. Lead time 4 working days.* Product Details GLS Pygmy Lamps A selection of pygmy lamps for use where space is limited. Note The Rough Service pygmy lamp is for use in areas of high vibration and mechanical shock Specifications Attribute Value Wattage...
Technical data sheets Datasheet *Check stock before ordering. Lead time 4 working days.* Product Details Blue & Daylight GLS The coloured range of GE incandescent GLS lamps offers particular qualities of light to suit specific applications. The GLS bulbs are available in red and blue coloured bulbs. Bulb Finish Blue...
Technical data sheets Datasheet *Check stock before ordering. Lead time 4 working days.* Product Details Philips Standard Extra Low Voltage A60 The Philips Lighting Extra low Voltage A60 clear lamp provides the perfect light for dramatic accents and display lighting, as well as general lighting in a variety of applications....
Technical data sheets Data Sheet 25W - 25mm 40W - 45mm *Check stock before ordering. Lead time 4 working days.* Product Details Philips Lighting Appliance Oven Tubular Lamps Philips Lighting, Small tubular lamp, with clear glass. Applications in electrical and standard ovens, rotisseries and other places subject to high temperatures...
Product Data Product Code 19784 Bulb Shape Spherical Bulb Finish Clear/Frosted Bulb Diameter [mm] 45 Regulatory comment Product only available outside the EU. Nominal Length [mm] 74 Net weight per piece [g] 15 Gross weight per piece [g] 23 Brand GE Lighting Cap/Base E14 Performance data Rated efficacy [lm/W] 11...
For the datasheet click here 43158-G | 25GC-L GE G16.5 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICSBulbG16.5Lamp TypeIncandescent - DecorativeLamp Life Hours4,000 Hoursmaterials of glassBulb FinishClearBaseCandelabra Screw (E12)Life (based on 3hr/day)3.7 YearsELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICSWatts25Volts120FilamentCC-2VPRODUCT DIMENSIONSMOL (in)3.0000 in (76.2 mm)MOL (mm)3.0000 in (76.2 mm)Diameter (in)2.063 in (52.4 mm)PRODUCT DATAItem Number43158-GCase Quantity60Barcode on Case10043168431580BrandinDescription25GC-L
Aerotech Longlife 60w/FR/E27 GLS  Incandescent lamp. AI-615 code Wattage: 60W Finish: Frosted
Technical Data: Product Code 92031 Base E27  Volts 240 V Wattage 100W Finish Frosted Smerigliata matter deploy Diameter 60mm Product Data    Product Code 17967/327841/19950 Bulb Shape GLS Bulb Finish Diffuse Bulb Diameter [mm] 50 Regulatory comment The product is only available outside the EU. Nominal Length [mm] 88.5 Net...
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Incandescent Bulbs
An incandescent light bulb, incandescent lamp or incandescent light globe is an electric light with a wire filament heated until it glows. The filament is enclosed in a glass bulb with a vacuum or inert gas to protect the filament from oxidation. Current is supplied to the filament by terminals or wires embedded in the glass. A bulb socket provides mechanical support and electrical connections.

Incandescent bulbs are manufactured in a wide range of sizes, light output, and voltage ratings, from 1.5 volts to about 300 volts. They require no external regulating equipment, have low manufacturing costs, and work equally well on either alternating current or direct current. As a result, the incandescent bulb became widely used in household and commercial lighting, for portable lighting such as table lamps, car headlamps, and flashlights, and for decorative and advertising lighting.

Incandescent bulbs are much less efficient than other types of electric lighting, converting less than 5% of the energy they use into visible light.[1] The remaining energy is lost as heat. The luminous efficacy of a typical incandescent bulb for 120 V operation is 16 lumens per watt, compared with 60 lm/W for a compact fluorescent bulb or 150 lm/W for some white LED lamps.[2]

Some applications use the heat generated by the filament. Heat lamps are made for uses such as incubators, lava lamps, and the Easy-Bake Oven toy. Quartz tube halogen infrared heaters are used for industrial processes such as paint curing or for space heating.

Incandescent bulbs typically have short lifetimes compared with other types of lighting; around 1,000 hours for home light bulbs versus typically 10,000 hours for compact fluorescents and 20,000–30,000 hours for lighting LEDs. Incandescent bulbs can be replaced by fluorescent lamps, high-intensity discharge lamps, and light-emitting diode lamps (LED). Some areas have implemented phasing out the use of incandescent light bulbs to reduce energy consumption.