The E27 Ceramic Lamp Holder is used for any globe with an e27 lampholder, no matter whether it is CFL, LED, halogen, etc. The Standard Edison Screw type, has a 27mm diameter on the base of the globe. This e27 lampholder is commonly found inside oyster lights and 240v downlights.Glazed, simple and classic porcelain lampholder. This is an Edison e27 lampholder with an integral locking mechanism.
High quality Edison Screw (ES) E27 ceramic lampholder for ceramic heaters, emitters, metal halide, heat lamps, reflector lamps, spot lamps, incandescent and discharge lamps (HID). Suitable for use with high powered lamps of up to 1,000 watts. Made to withstand the high temperatures generated by heat basking / discharge lamps. Many applications including aquariums and vivariums.
The e27 lampholder have the following product features:
Screw in lamp holder & Ceramic lampholder.
Gauge – 2 x 0.75mm2.
Input – 240v.
Rating – 100w max.
Length – 50mm (From tip to tip).
Lamp Holder Diameter – 41mm (Widest point – At the top).
How to replace the e27 lampholder, the tips as below:
Remove the screws or post connecting the lampholder. There are typically two or three screws holding the fixture itself to the bracket. Lower the fixture down, exposing the wire connections. Once the fixture is down, use your hands or pliers to undo the wire nuts.
Wire nuts are the plastic cone-looking pieces covering the ends of where the wires come together, connecting the black and white wires coming from the fixture to the wires coming from the ceiling. There might also be a ground wire from the fixture attached to the metal of the junction box in the ceiling by a screw.
Connect the wires to the new fixture. The wires should be reattached in the same places as the old fixture, usually white to white, black to black, and ground (bare copper) to the metal junction box. Neutral wire-usually white-should be attached to neutral wire. Twist the wires two or three times together clockwise, or the same direction you turn the wire nuts.
You can use either the old wire nuts or the new ones provided with the fixture. To use the wire nut, place the stripped ends of each wire next to each other, with their points facing the same direction. Then place the wire nut over the ends and twist clockwise until the wires are secured inside the wire nut.
Use pliers to twist the ends of the wires together before trying to screw the wire nut on. This is especially helpful for houses with smaller gauge (thicker) wires.
Don’t be intimidated. With the electricity off, the wires are harmless, and everything is color coded (black and white, or, outside the US, brown and black.).
E27 Ceramic lamp holder and bracket accepts any lamp with an E27 screw fitting, including the James compact reptile lamps, as well as other types such as ceramic heat lamps. The ceramic material is resistant to high UV and heat levels. Mounted in a metal bracket that fixes to the vivarium roof or wall and which can be angled to direct the focus of the lamp.