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Bulb Finder

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Bulb Options

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Bulb Style

The style of bulb required for a specific light fixture.

Shape Type

A15 Bulbs-- Mainly intended for use in ceiling fans, A15 bulbs are the smallest of the "A" family of LED bulbs. They can also be used in ovens refrigerators, and other small spaces due to their smaller size.

A19 Bulbs-- These LED bulbs are also referred to as a standard household bulb. These can be found in lamps, bedrooms, kitchens, and sometimes outdoors in enclosed fixtures.

A21 Bulbs-- A21 bulbs have a slightly longer neck and are a quarter of an inch wider, but are intended to be used in the same fixtures as A19 LED bulbs.

Shape Type

Candle Style Bulbs-- Candle Style bulbs are designed to simulate the look and feel of a candle. Most produce a solid beam of light, but some are made to imitate the flicker of a flame, giving the feeling of a lit candle without the added danger of it catching anything ablaze.

Shape Type

MR Bulbs-- Mini Reflectors, or MR bulbs, are usually 2 inches in height and are used primarily for track lighting in homes, hotels, galleries, and restaurants.

PAR Bulbs-- Short for parabolic aluminized reflectors, PAR bulbs range in 2-4.5 inches in height and feature a flat cover. These are used for track and accent lighting in homes, hotels, galleries, stores, and restaurants.

BR Bulbs-- BR bulbs are similar to PAR bulbs, but feature a rounded shape instead of a flat cover. These are idea for accent lighting in homes, hotels, galleries, stores, and restaurants.

Shape Type

LED Tube designations are the same as fluorescent tubes. T12 or T38 for residential lamps with magnetic ballasts, T8 or T26 for energy-saving lamps with electronic ballasts, and T5 or T16 for very small lamps.

U-shaped tubes are bent in a U shape and usually have the same designations as linear tubes.

Length

The length of the tube is usually indicated in feet or inches

Base Type

E26: Standard screw-in 26mm diameter base. This is the most standard base size for light bulbs in the U.S., it is used in most lamps and light fixtures around the home.

GU24: This is a 2-pin twist-&-lock connector base. The 24 in the base name indicates that there are 24 millimeters in between the two pins.

Base Type

Candelabra E12: A small screw-in base with a diameter of 12mm. Candelabra bases can also be found in 11mm (mini) and 14mm (European).

Medium E26: Standard screw-in 26mm diameter base. This is the most standard base size for light bulbs in the U.S., it is used in most lamps and light fixtures around the home.

Base Type

Candelabra E12: A small screw-in base with a diameter of 12mm. Candelabra bases can also be found in 11mm (mini) and 14mm (European).

Medium E26: Standard screw-in 26mm diameter base. This is the most standard base size for light bulbs in the U.S., it is used in most lamps and light fixtures around the home.

Base Type

Medium E26: Standard screw-in 26mm diameter base. This is the most standard base size for light bulbs in the U.S., it is used in most lamps and light fixtures around the home.

GU: This is a 2-pin twist-&-lock connector base. The number in the base name indicates the measurement in millimeters between the two pins. Example: GU 10 indicates that there are 10 millimeters in between the two pins.

Base Type

T-8 Medium Bi-Pin (G13), T-5 Miniature Bi-Pin (G5), or T-6 Single Pin (Fa8)

Base Type

T-8 Medium Bi-Pin (G13), or T-5 Miniature Bi-Pin (G5)

Lumens

The unit used to measure brightness levels emitted from a light source. Lumen levels emitted per watt varies slightly, but in general, to replace a 100 watt incandescent bulb, you need an LED bulb that gives you about 1600 lumens (usually 18W).

Watt Equivalent

The approximate incandescent/fluorescent/halogen/metal halide equivalent wattage needed to produce the same amount of lumens as an LED. The exact conversion varies slightly from one manufacturer to another.

Color Temperature

Color temperature is measured in Kelvin (K), which indicates the hue of the light and is not a measurement of heat. The higher the value, the closer the hue of the light is to actual sunlight. The lower the value, the more yellow-tinted the light is. Color temperatures 5,000K and above are a bright bluish white, and lower color temperatures (2,700-3,000K) are warmer yellow-ish light. Very low Kelvin values will have a redder hue.

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