T8 lamp holder G13 LED fluorescent lamp holder FL009
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.
Socket type: bi-pin (for T8 tubes)
Wattage: varies depending on the specific T8 fluorescent tube being used
Provides a secure connection to the electrical circuit
Allows for easy installation and replacement of fluorescent tubes.
T8 fluorescent lamp holder is a device used to secure and connect a T8 fluorescent tube to an electrical circuit.
Example of T8 fluorescent lamp holder:
The T8 lamp holder G13 LED fluorescent lamp holder FL009 is a commonly used option that features a snap-in or slide-on mounting design for easy installation. The socket is made of durable white thermoplastic and is compatible with T8 fluorescent tubes of varying lengths and wattages.
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 are the different types of T8 fluorescent lamp holders?
There are two main types of T8 fluorescent lamp holders: shunted and non-shunted. Shunted lamp holders are designed for use with electronic ballasts, while non-shunted lamp holders are designed for use with magnetic ballasts. The shunted lamp holders have a small metal bridge that connects the two contacts, allowing the electric current to flow through the lamp.
Non-shunted lamp holders do not have this bridge, which means that the current flows through one contact and out the other. It’s important to note that using the wrong type of lamp holder can cause problems, such as flickering, dimming, or even electrical shorts.
In terms of applications, T8 fluorescent lamp holders are commonly used in office buildings, schools, hospitals, and other commercial settings. The sockets are also used in residential lighting, such as in garages, workshops, and laundry rooms.
T8 fluorescent lamps are known for their energy efficiency and long lifespan, making them a popular choice for both commercial and residential applications.
How do I choose the right T8 fluorescent lamp holder?
Choosing the right T8 fluorescent lamp holder for your project depends on a few factors, including the type of ballast you are using, the size of the lamp, and the voltage of your electrical system.
As I mentioned earlier, shunted lamp holders are designed for use with electronic ballasts, while non-shunted lamp holders are designed for use with magnetic ballasts.
Additionally, the size of the lamp (such as T8, T12, or T5) will determine the size of the lamp holder you need.
Another factor to consider is the voltage of your electrical system. Some lamp holders are designed for use with low voltage systems (such as 120 volts), while others are designed for use with high voltage systems (such as 277 volts).
How do I install a T8 fluorescent lamp holder?
- Installing a T8 fluorescent lamp holder is a relatively straightforward process.
- First, turn off the power to the lighting fixture at the circuit breaker.
- Then, remove the old lamp holder by disconnecting the wires and unscrewing it from the fixture.
- Next, attach the wires to the new lamp holder according to the wiring diagram. Make sure the wires are securely connected and the wire nuts are tightened.
- Finally, screw the new lamp holder into the fixture and turn the power back on to test the fixture.