Factory Shade E27 Light bulb socket Kit is a conversion bulb socket component that will attach firmly to any factory shade of virtually and size.
The cord grip style conversion will hold up to 6 kilos, over that a chain or wire cable should be used with our chain hook version.
An E27 brass light bulb socket kit is a package that includes an E27 lamp holder, wiring, and other necessary components for installation.
This E27 Light bulb socket Kit arrangement ensures that the lamp holder protrudes down through the shade allowing various bulb sizes to be used. All the thread can be cut short for use in shades with a shallower neck.
What is the maximum wattage supported by an E27 brass socket?
Most E27 brass sockets can support up to 250 watts.
What is the voltage rating for an E27 brass lamp holder?
Most E27 brass lamp holders have a voltage rating of 250V.
Can an E27 brass lamp holder be used with LED bulbs?
Yes, E27 brass lamp holders are compatible with LED bulbs.
How do I install an E27 brass socket?
Installation instructions can vary depending on the specific socket and fixture, but generally, it involves connecting the wires to the appropriate terminals and mounting the socket onto the fixture.
What is the difference between an E26 and an E27 brass socket?
E26 and E27 are interchangeable terms that refer to the same size of socket, with the only difference being the location where they are commonly used (E26 in North America and E27 in Europe).
Can an E27 brass lamp holder be used in damp locations?
Yes, some E27 brass lamp holders are rated for use in damp locations.
Can an E27 brass socket be used with a dimmer switch?
Yes, some E27 brass sockets are designed to be used with dimmer switches.
Are E27 brass lamp holders suitable for outdoor use?
It depends on the specific socket and its weather resistance rating. Some E27 brass lamp holders are suitable for outdoor use, while others are not.
What is the difference between a brass and a porcelain E27 socket?
The main difference is the material used to make the socket. Brass sockets are more durable and heat-resistant, while porcelain sockets are better for damp locations and high-heat applications.