What does G40 mean on a light bulb?

What does G40 mean on a light bulb?

G30, G40 and G50 refer to the sizes of the glass globes. G30 bulbs are the smallest size and are 30 mm (1.25 inches) in diameter. G40 bulbs are the middle size, measuring 40 mm (1.5 inches) in diameter.

What is the difference between G30 and G40?

For G30 globe lights to look their best, pair them with light strings that have 6″ spacing between each socket instead of the more common 12″ spacing. G40 globe lights are 40mm in diameter, exactly the size of a ping pong ball.

Is G40 same as c7?

This G40 replacement bulb is our middle size round bulb and replacement for our G40 string light sets. One of our best sellers, this decorative replacement bulb looks great on its own, or mixed with white satin for added texture of light.

How many watts is a g40 bulb?

WATTAGE: 7 watts each. DIMMABLE: Yes.

What size is a G60 bulb?

Bulb size is 3″ tall by 3″ wide not including the base which is 5/8″ wide. Each box includes G60 Lantern Edison CLEAR light bulbs.

What is the G number on light bulbs?

G. G is the code for a globular light bulb. These bulbs are often mounted in the open, so they can be seen. One popular location for globular light bulbs is in a multi-socket light fixture above a vanity mirror.

How bright is a G40 LED bulb?

1280 Lumens. Manufacturer number: 49781.

How many lumens is a G40 bulb?

1,260 lumens
100-WATT LIGHT BULBS: This G40 light bulb uses 100-Watts and outputs 1,260 lumens.

What does G mean in LED lighting?

Globe Bulbs
“G” means Globe Bulbs. They come in round shapes and many other various sizes. They can be used for several applications in the home such as kitchen lights, ornamental fixtures, chandeliers, and foyer lights. The most widely used is the G30 bulb.

How many watts is a G40 bulb?

How long do G40 bulbs last?

2.3 years
LONG-LASTING: This bulb is rated to last 2.3 years based on 3 hours per day use. 100-WATT LIGHT BULBS: This G40 light bulb uses 100-Watts and outputs 1,260 lumens.

Why are my LED bulbs rated G?

Lamps and luminaires have an energy label showing their energy efficiency on a scale from A++ (most efficient) to G (least efficient).