T8 snap in fluorescent light starter socket lamp holders G13 F03:
Snap in pins
Lamp axis:14 mm
With big rotor
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 light starter socket, currently a mechanical starter fluorescent lamp, in use for some time, the tube ends blackening phenomenon appears to affect lamp life. The electronic starter for fluorescent lamp starter circuit is determined by the rectifier regulator circuit, self-protection circuit, a timing circuit and starter circuit components. After power on, when the starter circuit received from the timing circuit working after a signal lamp is lit. The utility model, compared with the prior art, with a low failure rate, wide operating voltage range, so that the lamp and long service life.
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What is a fluorescent starter socket, and how does it work?
A fluorescent light starter socket is a device used to ignite and regulate the flow of current in a fluorescent light tube. It is an essential component of any fluorescent lighting fixture and is typically located at one end of the tube. The starter socket contains a small gas discharge tube and a bimetallic strip that work together to regulate the flow of current through the tube.
When a fluorescent light fixture is turned on, the starter socket provides a high voltage pulse that ionizes the gas inside the tube. This ionization allows the current to flow through the tube, creating the light that we see. Once the tube is fully lit, the bimetallic strip in the starter socket heats up and opens the circuit, allowing the current to flow through the tube unimpeded.
What are the different types of fluorescent starter sockets available?
There are several types of fluorescent light starter sockets available, including the FS-2, FS-4, FS-5, and FS-11. The type of starter socket you need will depend on the type of fluorescent light fixture you have and the wattage of the tube.
The FS-2 starter socket is the most common type and is used with 14–20-watt fluorescent tubes. The FS-4 starter socket is used with 30–40-watt tubes, while the FS-5 is used with 40–80-watt tubes. The FS-11 starter socket is used with 80–125-watt tubes.
How do I install a fluorescent starter socket?
Based on my experience, installing a fluorescent light starter socket is a relatively simple process that can be done with a few basic tools. Before you begin, ensure that the power to the light fixture is turned off at the circuit breaker.
To install the starter socket, first, remove the fluorescent light tube from the fixture. Next, locate the starter socket at the end of the tube and unscrew it from the fixture. The starter socket should come out easily by pulling it straight out of the fixture.
Once the old starter socket is removed, insert the new starter socket into the fixture by pushing it straight into place. Be sure to align the pins on the starter socket with the slots in the fixture to ensure a proper connection.
Finally, reinsert the fluorescent light tube into the fixture and turn the power back on at the circuit breaker. If the starter socket was the issue, the fluorescent light should now work properly.