Question: What is an e12 base on a light bulb?

How do I know if my bulb is E12?

The 12 portion of the base name refers to the size of the base. It’s the diameter of the screw base in millimeters, so an E12 light bulb has an Edison Screw base that’s 12 millimeters in diameter.

What is the difference between B10 and E12 light bulb?

B10 refers to bulb shape and means “blunt tip”. They can be medium base (E26) or candelabra (E12). E12 means American style candelabra base.

Is A19 a standard bulb?

It’s standard light bulb shape is so ubiquitous that this is likely the first form factor you think of when someone says “light bulb”. A19 bulbs typically come in outputs ranging from 20 watts up to 100 Watts in their incandescent forms.

What are the 3 types of light bulbs?

There are three basic kinds of light bulbs on the market: incandescent, halogen, and CFL (compact fluorescent light).

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