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Ceramic es lamp holders E26 E27 with UL SAA:

Dimensions and tolerances for screw ES Lamp Holders are standardized in ANSI standard C81.67 and IEC standard 60061-1.

The two standards have mostly been harmonized, although several types exist in only one of the two standards with no equivalent in the other. The designation refers to the diameter in millimeters.

ES Lamp Holders are characterized by good insulation, insulation materials are all the best materials, compared with high temperature, then Bakelite, plastic, have a much higher degree of temperature, absolute fire. Bakelite and plastic are easy to fire. Ceramic Absolutely not. Drawback is relatively brittle, easily broken.

T is: temperature, T250 means that its temperature up to 250 degrees.
E14 and E27 are Edison screw lamp holders, testing standards are IEC 60238; There Miscellaneous lamp holders G5.3, GU10, GZ10, G9, etc., test standards IEC 60838; there is a fluorescent lamp socket G5/G10, etc. test standards are IEC 60400.

High quality Pendant Edison Screw (ES) E27 ceramic lamp holder for ceramic heaters, emitters, metal halide, heat lamps, reflector lamps, spot lamps, incandescent and discharge lamps (HID).


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Suitable for use with high powered lamps of up to 1,000 watts. M10 (10mm) cable entry. Made to withstand the high temperatures generated by heat basking / discharge lamps. Many applications include aquariums and vivarium.


What is an ES lamp holder E27 with SAA certification?

A ceramic ES lamp holder E27 with SAA certification is a type of light bulb socket that is designed for use with Edison screw (ES) bulbs.

It features a ceramic body for heat resistance and durability, and is certified by the SAA (Standards Australia) to meet safety and quality standards. The socket is compatible with a range of bulb types, including incandescent, LED, and fluorescent bulbs.

When selecting a ceramic ES lamp holder E27 with SAA certification, it’s important to consider the wattage and voltage requirements of the specific bulb being used, as well as any additional features such as an on/off switch or a dimmer switch.