lampholder


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lampholder

[′lamp‚hōld·ər]
(electricity)
A device designed to connect an electric lamp to a circuit and to support it mechanically.
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Originally engaged in the fabrication of mantle tips for gas lighting, the Company soon converted to production of a single electrical product -- a pull-chain lampholder.
Tenders are invited for Bipin Lampholder For Fluorescent Tube D Type As Per Is:3323-1980, First Revision Reaffiremed 1992
These direct plug-in lamps are easy to install into existing lampholders, requiring no electrical rewiring and no need to change the ballast.
With around a century of history in making electric wiring accessories such as switches, socket-outlets and lampholders, Eaton is a major player in the electrical installations business.
Darci vanity luminaires are available with GU-24 lampholders.
Fixtures installed in wet or damp locations shall be identified for the purpose and shall be so constructed or installed that water cannot enter or accumulate in wireways, lampholders, or other electrical parts"
Lampholders are used to hold light sockets where design is not a concern.
With its unique track adapter design, the system's lampholders can be installed onto the track without removing any parts.
The female statues doubled as lampholders and cost pounds 71 each.
Finally, check out Halo's new Architectural Flexible Track System consisting of a 3-circuit (2-120 volt and 1-12 volt), hand bendable track, along with five completely new families of creatively designed lampholders and beautiful handmade pendants that encompass a variety of lamp types.
Each kit includes suspension gantry, cable suspension system, transformer, power feed, lampholders and dichroic lamps, and is dispatched semiassembled.
They replaced older par lampholders with Stonco's 150-watt hlgh-pressure sodium SLA mini-floods.