Bulbs

28 companies | 72 products
Infrared bulb

Bulb for Thera...

Halogen bulb / 50 W

12 V / 50 W Diana halogen...

LED bulb

The LED Lamp...

LED bulb

DOMO's T5,5k Telephonic LED...

LED bulb

The E 10 by Domo are...

LED bulb

The Domo high visibility...

LED bulb / dimmable

The BR30 Series is an LED bulb...

LED bulb

The LBR Series by Cree is a BR 30...

LED bulb

The LM Series LED MR16 lamp provides 2 wattages...

LED bulb

The LRP Series PAR38 LED lamp features...

LED bulb / high-power

Features: Major Power Savings Constant Light Output Solid-State,...

Flame bulb / LED

Features Three Year Warranty...

LED bulb / small

Features: Three Year...

LED bulb / for railway signals

Features: Long Life: Color LEDs: 100,000+...

Halogen bulb / miniature

H1 12V 55W...

LED bulb

AVAILABLE...

LED bulb

FRONTAL...

Tubular bulb / LED

AVAILABLE...

Tubular bulb / LED

LED BULBS...

LED bulb

The 1980’s was a spectacular decade...

Spot bulb / LED

The R50 Spot Lamp uses Cree high power LEDs and...

Spot bulb / LED

MR16 Spot Light (GU5.3) The MR16 Spot Light...

Spot bulb / LED

PAR30 Spot Lamp The PAR30 Spot Lamp uses Cree...

How to choose this product

bulb

The electric light bulb produces visible light when an electric current is applied.

Applications

Light bulbs are used not only for lighting but also for illuminated signs.

Technologies

The incandescent bulb was the first type invented. The electric current heats a filament to high temperature. To prevent the filament burning, it was enclosed in a bulb filled with a gas or in which a vacuum had been created. This very inefficient technology is slowly being replaced by two new technologies: compact fluorescents and LEDs. These two systems employ fluorescence and the electroluminescence of semiconductors to produce light much more efficiently.

How to choose

Bulb choice is based on socket type and desired amount of light.

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