What is a Type 74 bulb?
#74 Miniature Bulb Glass Wedge Base – 14.0 Volt 0.10 Amp 1.4 Watt T-1-3/4 Sub-Miniature Glass Wedge Base, C-2F Filament Design 0.70 MSCP. 0.80″ (20.32mm) Maximum Overall Length, 0.2188″ (5.5mm) Maximum Outer Diameter. 0.40″ (10.16mm) Light Center Length (LCL).
How many lumens is a 74 bulb?
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|Light Source Type||Incandescent|
|Manufacturer Part Number||74LL.BP2|
How do I know what size base my light bulb is?
A further explanation of the light bulb base sizes, you can look at the letter-number references (E12, E17, and E26) to help understand a bulbs base style and size. The first letter designates the shape or form of the base, and the number represents the width of the base (normally in millimeters).
What are T5 light bulbs?
T5 lamps are fluorescent lamps that are 5/8″ of an inch in diameter. Differences in length and socket pin design versus conventional fluorescent lamps prevent any problems with electric circuits or human factors.
What is a #24 bulb?
#24 Miniature Bulb Glass Wedge Base – 14 Volt 0.24 Amp 3.36 Watt T2-3/4 Glass Wedge Base, 2 MSCP, C-2V Filament Design, 0.86″ (21.8mm) Maximum Overall Length, 0.36″ (9.25mm) Maximum Outer Diameter, 0.43″ (11mm) Light Center Length.
Is a 74 bulb a T5?
#74 (T5) compatible with bulb number 17 18 37 70 73 79 85 86 2721.
What is a standard bulb base size?
E26 is the size of most light bulbs used in the U.S. It’s referred to as having a “medium” or “standard” base. E12 is the smaller “candelabra” base. It’s used for nightlight bulbs, and sometimes for decorative light bulbs used in chandeliers and over bathroom mirrors.