Lamp holders for lamps, including wires, the positive terminal, a negative terminal combination rivets, an insulating cover, the insulating cover, characterized in that: the wires stripped period sheath and the stripped sheath of the two wire ends formed a certain distance,The positive terminal and a negative terminal, respectively the two wire ends caulking, and placed under the insulating cover and the insulating cover.
The new structure is reasonable, good safety performance, reduce the defect rate in the production process, reducing the assembly process and time, improve production efficiency, thereby reducing costs, and increase the competitiveness of the porcelain lamp holders in the market.
James produces Lamp holders for lamps for virtually every light source equipped with incandescent, fluorescent, or CFL lamps. Lampholders include incandescent medium base, and specialty sizes & fluorescent lampholders, in addition to a large line of porcelain lampholders including pulse-rated mogul-base products, and an extensive selection of devices for high-intensity lamps.
Lamp holders for lamps Specification: E27 porcelain Lamp holders with High Quality
Rating: 16A 500V T230℃
Staring Pulse Rating: 5KV
Terminal: Set-Screw Terminals
Rating:: 16A 500V
temperature: T230 ℃
Staring Pulse Rating: : 5KV
Terminal:: Set-Screw Terminals
Suitable for indoor use only
Use with a standard wall switch
Limited 2-year warranty
Easy pull-chain operation
Screws included for fast installation.
Lamp holder adapters purpose is to solve the existing screw and socket lampholders not generic characteristics of the utility model: a screw lamp with a socket lampholder connection constitutes a screw change socket lampholders points; a jack lamp with the the a screw lampholders join constitutes screw jack becomes sub lampholders. the utility model particularly suitable for home use. simply when existing lamps and lamp interface discrepancies the porcelain lampholders screwed one of the interface converter lampholder existing lights can be fitted using.
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