Single T8 fluorescent light holder G13 F41F:
Lamp axis:18 mm
Snap in pins with/without spring
Rated voltage/current: 250V 2A
Working temperature: 220℃
Lamp holder shape: Round, Oval, tombstone
Contacting: Phosphor bronze contacts,
stainless spring, PC body.
Rated temperature: T130/Tm110
For wall thickness: 0.5-1.1 mm
Push wire terminals 2 holes: 0.5-1mm2.
Carton Size: 46cm×35.5cm×35cm
Payment Method T/T: 30% deposit, balance before shipment.
Fluorescent lamp holders manufacturing process of the lamp positioning means of the housing, which comprises the working of the table, under the pressure of components, the controller and the drive, the lower press assembly is provided with the compression structure, the cylinder, the piston, the rack, positioning axis.
The lower end of the bench provided fixture; match of said cylinder and piston, the piston with the rack is fixed, said shaft with the rack vertical positioning, positioning axis fixed gear engaging said gear rack, said positioning shaft fixed. positioning of head.
The positioning head has a two and the cap through hole of the housing end portion matches the positioning pin, said positioning pin with respect to the positioning head can be elastically stretchable; said controller, respectively, with a drive, the compression The structure, the cylinder is electrically connected; said drive table drive connection.
The utility model uses linear cylinder instead of the rotating cylinder, to reduce the fluorescent lamp holders manufacturing cost of equipment and manufacturing technology.
What is the maximum wattage for G13 fluorescent lamps?
The maximum wattage for G13 fluorescent lamps varies depending on the specific socket and ballast used.
What is the difference between G13 and G5 sockets?
G13 and G5 sockets refer to different sizes of fluorescent lamp pins. G13 sockets are used for larger lamps, while G5 sockets are used for smaller lamps.
What type of ballast should I use with G13 fluorescent lamps?
The type of ballast required for G13 fluorescent lamps varies depending on the lamp wattage and type. Consult the product specifications or a qualified electrician for guidance.
What is the difference between shunted and non-shunted G13 lamp holders?
Shunted G13 lamp holders have a conductive bar that connects the two lamp pins, while non-shunted sockets do not. The type of socket required depends on the ballast being used.
Can I use LED bulbs with G13 fluorescent lamp holders?
Some LED bulbs are designed to be compatible with G13 fluorescent lamp holders, but check the product specifications to confirm compatibility.
What is the temperature rating for G13 fluorescent sockets?
The temperature rating for G13 fluorescent sockets is typically -40°C to 120°C, depending on the product specifications.
How do I choose the right G13 socket for my application?
Consider factors such as lamp size, ballast compatibility, voltage rating, and temperature rating when choosing a G13 socket for your application. Consult product specifications or a qualified electrician for guidance.