T8 lamp holder G13 fluorescent light sockets FL008
Type: T8 lamp holder
Lamp centre: 23 mm
Rated at 500V 2A
Raw material: PC (housing)+Phosphor bronze (Conduct Contact)
Snap in pins with stainless spring
Starter position: at the front
Max. temperature heat-resistance fluorescent lamp holder: T110℃
T8 lamp holder with leaf spring allows a lamp length tolerance compensation of 3mm
For cut-outs open at the rear or enclosed cut-outs with 4.5 mm diameter locating hole.
Export standard carton
20pcs every inner packing,
Port of loading: Fujian, China.
OEM and ODM are available.
Payment & Delivery:
Lead Time: 20 days after received 30% deposit
Payment: T/T, L/C at sight, Western Union
Free samples for one to three pieces, Freight on customers’ side
LCL by express, e.g.: FEDEX, DHL, UPS, TNT, etc
FCL or LCL by ship
Fluorescent (T8) lamp holder:
HS code: 9405920000
T8 lamp holder is suitable for all kinds of fluorescent light lamp.
All T8 Fluorescent lamp holders should pass 4 quality inspections before loading.
QC Standard: CE, CQC, CUL, VDE, UL, PSE
What is a T8 fluorescent lamp holder?
A T8 fluorescent lamp holder is a component used to hold T8 fluorescent lamps in place. It is commonly used in commercial and industrial lighting applications, such as office buildings, warehouses, and factories.
T8 fluorescent lamp holders come in different types, including bi-pin, single-pin, and recessed double contact. They are made from materials such as plastic, and are designed to withstand the heat generated by the lamp.
T8 fluorescent lamp holders are essential for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of T8 fluorescent lamps. They provide a secure connection between the lamp and the electrical system, and prevent the lamp from falling out of its socket.
T8 fluorescent lamp holders also help to reduce the risk of electrical shock by insulating the lamp from the electrical components. When choosing a T8 fluorescent lamp holder, it is important to consider factors such as compatibility with the lamp and the electrical system, as well as the environment in which the lamp will be used.
What are the different types of T8 light sockets?
There are several types of T8 fluorescent light sockets available on the market, each designed for specific applications. The most common types include bi-pin, single-pin, and recessed double contact.
Bi-pin lamp holders are the most widely used and come in different sizes such as T8, T10, and T12. The sockets have two pins that connect the lamp to the electrical system, and are suitable for use in fixtures with low to medium wattage.
Single-pin lamp holders are also commonly used and have a single pin that connects the lamp to the electrical system. They are suitable for use in fixtures with high wattage and provide a more secure connection than bi-pin holders.
Recessed double contact lamp holders have two pins on each end of the holder that connect the lamp to the electrical system. They are typically used in recessed lighting fixtures and provide a more secure connection than bi-pin holders.
How do I replace a T8 fluorescent lamp holder?
Based on my experience, replacing a T8 fluorescent lamp holder can be done easily with the right tools and instructions.
The first step is to turn off the power to the fixture to prevent any electrical shocks.
Next, remove the old lamp holder by gently twisting it counterclockwise and pulling it out of the socket. Disconnect the wires from the old holder and attach them to the new holder, making sure to match the wire colors. Insert the new holder into the socket and twist it clockwise to secure it in place.
Finally, insert the T8 fluorescent lamp into the new holder, making sure it is properly seated and secured. Turn on the power to the fixture and test the lamp to ensure it is functioning properly.
What are the key factors to consider when selecting a T8 socket?
When selecting a T8 fluorescent lamp socket, there are several key factors to consider.
One of the most important is compatibility between the lamp and the electrical system. The lamp holder must be designed to work with the specific type and wattage of the lamp, as well as the voltage and current of the electrical system. Using an incompatible lamp holder can result in poor performance, reduced lifespan of the lamp, and even electrical hazards.
Another important factor is the material of the lamp holder. Plastic and ceramic are the most common materials used for T8 fluorescent lamp holders. Plastic holders are lightweight and inexpensive, but may not be as durable as ceramic holders. Ceramic holders are more durable and can withstand higher temperatures, but are more expensive.
How can I troubleshoot problems with a T8 lamp holder?
If you are experiencing problems with your T8 G13 fluorescent light sockets, there are several troubleshooting steps you can take.
The first step is to check the wiring connections to ensure they are secure and properly connected. Loose or damaged wiring can cause the lamp to flicker or fail to turn on.
Another common issue is a faulty starter, which can cause the lamp to flicker or fail to start.
If the starter is faulty, it will need to be replaced. Additionally, a damaged or worn-out lamp holder can cause the lamp to flicker or fail to turn on.
In this case, the lamp holder will need to be replaced.
If none of these steps resolve the issue, it may be necessary to replace the entire lighting fixture. It is important to hire a qualified electrician to perform any electrical work, to ensure that it is done safely and correctly.
Regular maintenance and inspection of the lighting system can also help to prevent problems and ensure safe and efficient operation.