What base is my light bulb?

Are E26 and A19 the same?

So to answer your questions in short, A19 and E26 is not the same. two different parts of the same bulb, but they are almost always combined. … “E26” on the other hand indicates what kind of base the bulb has. Most A19s will have an E26 base, but there are a few exceptions.

Is E26 a base standard?

The most common type of light bulb here in the United States has what is referred to as a “Medium” base or “Standard” base. … A Medium or Standard base light bulb is also referred to as an E26 base light bulb.

Are E26 and A15 the same?

There’s a “bulb size” and a “base size.” The bulb size is self explanatory. The A15’s are smaller bulbs, while the A19’s are larger. They both fit in a standard household medium base (E26 base.) … An A15 is a medium size for appliances and the bulb part is aprox 2.25 inches from the metal base.

Is E26 and E27 the same?

E26 stands for 26 mm and the E27 for 27 mm in diameter. These two standards are interchangeable, meaning a US E26 will fit in a European E27 base, and E27 will fit in a E26 base. The only difference is the voltage (for light bulbs). … Still, it’s important to buy the correct bulb certified for use in your country.

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What is equivalent to E26 bulb?

Intermediate: E17 North America, E14 (Small ES, SES) in Europe. Medium or standard: E26 (MES) in North America, E27 (ES) in Europe. Mogul: E39 North America, E40 (Goliath ES) in Europe.