What is JCD type bulb?

JCD type halogen bulbs are tiny bi-pin bulbs with high voltage capacity ranging from 120 volts to 130 volts. Apart from being used in photography strobes, JCD halogen bulbs have applications in interior lighting such as pendant lighting, desk lighting, and cabinet lighting.

What is a G8 light bulb?

G8 and GY8 light bulbs are bi-pin bulbs with a gap of 8mm (millimeters) between the pin. G8 Bulbs – pin length is 8 mm, where the GY8 pin is 8.5mm. The pin thickness is the same as 1 mm for both G8 and GY8 bulbs. For most applications, the pin length will not make a difference and you can use either G8 or GY8 bulb.

What is a T4 light bulb?

T4 tubes have a diameter of 13mm. They’re compact and easy to install making them perfect for illuminating kitchen counters and worktops as well as under cabinet lighting. These tubes will generally use between six and eight times less energy. This will save you money and help save the environment.

What is the difference between G8 and G9 bulb?

A measurement of 8 millimeters means you have a G8 base xenon bulb, which only comes in 120 Volts. Straight or looped pins spaced 9 millimeters apart means you have a G9 base bulb, which also only comes in 120 Volts.

What is the difference between J type and T type halogen bulbs?

Both are halogen bulbs, and both produce pure white light. While the T-type is tubular and can act as a single unit, the J-type is double-ended and produces 300-watt power. T-type is more suitable as indicator lights and can endure for a longer period while J-type can be used for household utensils.

How can you tell if a bulb is halogen?

A halogen light bulb is like a bulb within a bulb. A small bulb holding the filament also holds the halogen gas. Around this smaller bulb is another bulb (or shell) made of hard glass.

What is the difference between T4 and T5 bulb?

There are many types of fluorescent lights available but the main difference between the T4 and T5 lights are their efficiency or their watt consumption and lumen output, as well as the thickness of the tubes. The T4 has a half-inch diameter, while the T5 is five-eighths of an inch.

What is the difference between T5 and T10 bulbs?

“Five-sided lighting” , Bulbs uses five-sided lighting in order to increase brightness and wider angle of brightness area. In fact, the history of T5 is same as late evolution of T10. We got to solve the problem that the illuminate breadth is not enough, resulting in multi-faceted illumination.

What does JC type halogen bulb refer to?

JC Type halogen light bulbs are low voltage halogen capsules with pins on the base (voltage ranges from 6 volt to 28 volts). These halogen light bulbs may be found in several applications including puck lights, under-counter lights, landscape lighting, desk lamps, display lighting, and accent lighting.

What is a JDR bulb?

JDR bulbs are similar in appearance to MR11 and MR16 light bulbs, but are available in intermediate and medium screw bases. They can be used in curio cabinets, range hoods and track lighting. JDR bulbs get extremely hot; do not touch with bare hands.

What is a J bulb?

J Type Halogen Bulbs. This halogen light bulb is double-ended and is commonly used as security lighting. A common J type bulb base is a recessed single contact bulb (RSC) and is 3/8 inch. The J type bulb is available in different sizes and voltages.