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The purpose of this catalog is to show and describe briefly the popular types of General Electic lamps available for many impo.rtant lighting services. Buyers and Sellers of lamps should lind the catalog of great assistance io determining sizes and types needed and for properly identifying individual lamps. However it is not intended to be used as a source of information for lighting installations. G-E engineering bulletins should be consulted for up-to-date technical data perraining to lighring applications. With the exception of Neon Glow Lamps only lamps classified in the manufacturer's schedules and contracts as "large Lamps" are included in this catalog. For certain services additional lamps class'
i6ed other than "Large Lamps" are also available. For instaoce, thete are available additional lamps for aviation services which are class-

ilied as miniature lamps and are listed in miniature lamp catalogs and schedules. Also additional projecrion lamps classi6ed as photolamps and listed in photolamp catalogs and schedules.

Miniature Lamp and Photolamp (iatalogs and Price Schedules, engineering publicarions and other assistance you may tequire are available from your General Electric Lamp Division Sales Office listed on the back cover.

,ln lhc interest oJ at,oiding errars d/!e to pl'lce c/tanges, ut la p prices arc q/toted ;D tbis calalng. Houeue.r, ,/_.,rpard.te pice lht (i all laifs is incll./ed as a lltpp'le?nent to t.be catahg, .'t/)i\ price.list ui/l he rexised Jrotn tirlte'to tirne tc, hring pricii and othet imlrot tartt data p-to-date, The date o;f t/te price list szppleme "sitotld alu,ays be the.same.or.later tbat that af the curiert eiitirn oJ Genital Electric Lorge Lamp
Price Scltedales.

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GENERAL

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@eTable of Conrents
Ballasts for Fluorescenr Lamps Fluorescent t-urnp op-i"iinlT1.r"-. f luorescent Lamp Coiors Page Index of Lamps by Wattage Order ing lnsrructions PAGE
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Table of Contents
G-E Standards of Quality The Filament Lamp

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6
7

Lamp Bases

L2-13
14

Bulb Shapes and Sizes Bulb Finishes The Fluorescent Lamp

8

66-70

9
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10

Discounts, Trrms, Allowa nces

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G.E LAMPS BY LIGHTING SERVICES AND
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TYPES
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ppliance Lamps

Ar iarion Lamps

50
44- +>

low

Black Light Lamps Decorative Lamps Docror's Head Lamp Floodlighr Lamps
Fluorescent Lamps General Line

62-63 34-35
52

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15-18
18

Instant Stlrr Rapid Stan
R.F.

Lumiline Lampr Ma rine Lam ps Mercury Lamps Microscope Lamps. Mine Lamps Natu ral Co lored Lamps Neon and Argon Clow Lxmps Nighr Lite Lamps
Ozone
mps Pilor Lamps
La

Voltage Service Lamps (6v, l2v,3ov)

39 41

6A-6t
55

38
51

Cold Car h ode Slimline Lamps Circline Lamps General lighting Incandescent Lamps I nside Frosrid Three Lire Lamps Q Coared Lam ps Silvered and Semi-Silvered Bowl Daylighr Lamps \i/ hire Bowl Lamps GA Lamps Ycllow Lamps
Clear Lamps Germicidal Lamps High Voltage Lamps Indicrtor Lamps

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20

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52 53

50

Projecrion Lem ps Projecror Lam ps Reflecror Lamps Rough Serr ice Lamps Sca le lllu mi naror Lam
Show Case Lamps

32-33 32-33
59
ps

24
25

Sign anJ Drcorarive

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Lam ps

26-27
28

2a 29
29

Sound Reprod ucer Lamps Spotlig hr Lam ps Srreet Lig h ring Lamps Street Railway Lam ps
Sun La mps

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53

56-57 42-43
40 65 24 1L

30-31 61 49
52 58

Infrared Lamps

Locomotive Lamps

46-17

Three Lite l-am ps Traffic Signa I Lam ps Train Lamps Tubular Lamps Vibration Lamps . X-Ray lamps. Yellow Lamps
.

46-47
51 59 52

29

Lamps shown in rhis catalog are approximarely one-rhird actual size except Fluorescent. Cermiciddl. Lumiline, Neon Glow and tbe H ]OOO-q Mercury Lamps, Colored lamp\ are shown in as close ro actual colors as possible. lluorescenr lamps and the Surprise Pink Lumiline lamp are shown in approximat€ty the colors as they appeaf when liAhted.

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GENERAT ETECTRIC TEADERSHIP
The test of a lamp's quality is how cfliciently it produces light from the current it consumes. The objective of General llectric's extensive research work in lamp design and manufacturiog processes is to make lamps of the highest possible quality - lamps that produce light for industrial, commercial and resideotial uses
at the lowest possible cost,

IN LAMP DEVETOP

To make the best lamp possible for a particular lighting service factories, homes, airports, automobiles, picture projection, any highest skill in one of thousands of applications - requires the Iamp design. Complete specilication of every lamp part must be macle for each type of lamp manufactured. There are at the Piesent rime about 7oo difierent specifications for glass Parts, 200 speciflcations for bases, about 6000 sPecilications for lead-in wires and supports, a countless variety of filament wires and specifcations for more than 200 different chemicals or components. Each specilication, length and diameter of lilament, spacing berween coils, mandrel size and so forth is specified sometimes to a one hundred-thousandth patt of an inch. A lilament which in a single spot is 196 less io diameter (in a 6-watt lamp that is 6remilliontlrs of an inch) than specified, may reduce its life 25%. All specifications, for more than 1o,OO0 different types of lamps, are cootinually reviewed and promptly revised when new data indicates a possible improvemeot that will mean lower cost of lamps, bettel quality of light or lower cost of lighting. Essential also to unifotm high quality in lamps is tbe development of lamp making machinery that will assure consistent accuracy of wattage, life and lumen ratings and all other design features. In this field General Electric has made many notable achievements, each one resulting in a more e6&cient lamp aod a higher standald of quality for all lamps. Comprehensive testing of lamps throughout all phases of manufacture, aod testing of sample finished products in General Electric testiog laboratories as well as by iodependent testiog services ptovides a constaot check on quality and assutes that all established standards are maintained.

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Filament Iamps are designed for operatioo at speci6ed voltages in order to give best performance. Mercury and voltages fluoreiscent lamps with their auxiliary equipmeot are likewisc a range of specifiedspecified desisned {or for best bist performance oerformance within .a designed rnF chafacterlstlcs aharlcterrstrcs or ot oPcratlng of the o tor a drscusslon discussion ot voltiges. vollages. For fngineering Bulletin LD I. lamps see Application I all ofthese of these lamDs

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The growing .vaiiety of lamps with differing physical and operaiing characteristics makes such checks increasingly
G-E Lamp Division engineers are available for consultation on design of equipment using sources of visible, infrared and ultrariolet radiition . . . especially as to details of design to insure maximum performance of both lamps and equipment-

New lamps developed
500-watt R-40 Spot and Flood 7 2 Circline Lamps 3 400-watt R-1 Mercury Lamp 4 9s0-watt Red End Hear Lamp
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Lamps

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1

1

FT-l1o Lower Voltase Flash Tube 6 300o-watt T-32 Proiection Lamp

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disirable before designs are established. Experience has shown thar subsequent service difficulties are oflen thus avoided.

Rapid Sta* Fluorescent Lamp 8 900-watt PAR-46 Spotlisht I 50-watt and 1OO-watt GA Lampt

1

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New processes, new materials, new parts and new types of lamps developed to meet specific needs are products of G. E. Research and Lamp Developmeot. Some of the more recent include triple-coil cathode, high temperature basing cement, ,,Q" coating, deluxe colors, enameled lamps, aluminum bases, treated exhaust tubes,

longer life fluorescent lamps, more ef6cient mercury lamps and
many new types of lamps.

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300-watt PAR-56 Spotliqht soo-wdtt and 750-watt R-52 Lamps R-12 Ajrplane Reading Lamp Q-Coated Lamps
lnfra-

14 250-watt, 375-watt and 500-watt G-30
red Lamps
Larnps

t5 200-watt and 3OO-watt Scmi Silvered Bowl t5 Outside Enameled Colors
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Slimline Lanps

G-E FILAME]VT LAMPS
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power consuned hcats the lilamcnt tir incandescence. The alinost universally used lilanent rnarerial is tuogsten. The filanent may be srra;gha *'irc, a coil, or a coiled-coil (indicated respectively by the letrers S, C and CC). (loiling the

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wire reduces

ciency. The illustrations sLow some of
the commonly used lilament forms (nunt' erelst.Lnd rheir sre.irit brrning p..irion..

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Gas
Used in most lamps of 40 $'atts and above, prevents rapid evaPoration of the filament, Permitting higher temperatures which result in higher eficiencies. Gasfilled lamps are irdicated by the letter C, vacuum lamps by the letter B. Usual gas is a mixture

Supporl Wires
Molybdenum wires hold the filament in place; minirnum number desirable to reduce

of nitrogen and argon, Some lamps for special services may
use

Bullon
The glass is softened during
assembly and the support wires

krypton.

Lcad-in Wires
Conduct the current to and from rhe flament; copper used from base to stem press and nickel

stuck in it. It is supported by the button rod.

from stem press to filament.

Misa Disc
Reduces circulation of hot gases into neck of bulb protecting stem press, stem and socket from excessive temperatures, Used in higher wattage general service lamps and in othet types when needed.

Stem Press
The glass and lead-in wires have an airtight seal here. To have substantially the same coelficient of expansion as the glass, the lead-in wire ar this poinr is a combioarioo of a nickel-iron alloy core and a copper sleeve (Dumet wire).

Erhausl Tube It is through this tube, projecting

Fusc
beyond
DesiaDed to open the circuit

if the filament

tbe bulb during manufacture, that the air is exhausred and the bulb 6lled witb inert gases. The tube is then sealed ofi shon enough for the base to 6t over it

arcs. By reducing sputtering of the metal,
cracking of the bulb is prevented. It also protects the circuit and ptevents blowing of the line fuses.

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Screw bases in one of several sizes are used on most lamps. Bipost or prefocus bases are used where accurate positibn of light source wirh relarion to optical elements is importanr. Mechanical bases are used in soml high watrage lampi, flood lighrs aod street series lamps to provide greatJr strerigth and berter all around performance.

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The general shape of a lamp bulb is indicated by a letter or letter combinatioo which usually is the initials of rie word oi words describing the shape. Thus the shapes indicated by the letters under the lamps above are: Side. P Sbape, S C - Straight - Cone ShaPe. G-Glob' Pear Shape, F-Flame desigA ular, F - Arbitrary many larnps for the shape in which nation -Tluorescent.
are made.

T

ignation, BT
Shapes.

- PAR Parabolic, Reflector, FC R neck, - Circline, B-Arbitrary DesFluorescent Combination

Tubular,

PS

Pear Shape, straight

B and T

The over-all length of a lamp is measured from top of bulb to bottom-of base and the- approximate diameter, mEasured through the Sreatest diameter, is given in eighths of an inch' Thus twenty.five eighths inches or three and ooe-eighth inches in diameter. a G-Z 5 bulb is globe shape

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BALB FIIIISI1ES

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INSIDE
FROSTED

SILVERED BOWL

DAYLIGHT WHITE BOWL

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OUTSIDE

ENAMELED

COATED

INSIDE FROSTED ENAMELED

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COATED

NATURAL
COLORED

size in eighths

lor ourdoor use. Finishes are generally indicated by abbreviatio'ns such as CL inside frosted, -DCI cleai, Off dayfight insiJe - clear, IF -'daylight frostedr__,EN enameled, IC inside cotored, RFL S'n _.iire. - reflecting,' bowl, WB -white bowl, NC- narural colored. Typical color" abbreviations are AO amber-oran_ge, B-blue, FT-dametint, b'- g."".r, R-red, Oorange, Y-yellow, GO-gold. pK pink. V-white] .Lanp.O.rdering Abbreaiatiins are gener'ally'made up of wattage, bulb shape,
ofinch and fnish, use"or othei descriptiln.

Lamp bulbs have several different frnishes which are applied to obtain a desired con-trol of lighr. to affect the qualiry of tight or to p.oduce desired color of Iisht. tinrshes may be clear, frosted, enameled. inside oioutside color coated, silveied, .'Q" coating the applicacion of 6ne particles colored glass or r he.latest -process - g"n"riliy used hut hard'glass is ol silica to rhe inside of rhe bulb. Soft glass-is used in smaller bulbl when higher wartalges are *desired 'and for lamps in't".rdei

G-E FLUORESCEI\T LAMPS
In fluorescent lamps, gas acts as tlte conduclot of electricity and lighr is produced by electronic acrjvity, as opposid to electrically heating a flament to incottdescence to produce lighr in an
incandescent lamP.

A fluorescenr lamp is a complex elecrrical device. For rbis reason its light outpur and performance can be grearly affected hy the quality and desien of mitetiais used to make it. by preca,ltio"ns taken during manufacture. and also Ly the equipment used fol srarting and operating the 1amp. ln aopraisjng the value of a fluorescent lamp the toiltwing "factors musl be considered in addjtion to p"rice: Light outputl Maintenaoce of lighu Dependabiliryi Uniformityl Color: Life'

TYPES OF FLUORESCENT LAMPS All fluorescent lamps are similar in funda' mental design *of and operarion. However' conutug"'diride rhem into three siderarions different types: (t) General Line Fluorescent LamPs. These types of fluorescenr lamps .with bipin bi3es are most widely used for general lighting' (2) Slimline Fluorescent LamPs. ' These are instant"start types with singlepin bases, and most of them have long, slim ProPortions. (3 ) Circline Fluorescent LamPs. Circular shaped fluorescenl lamps with 4-prong, connector-tyPe bases.
ANODE
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TUBE FILLED WITH ARGON CAS AND
MERCURY VA
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TUBE
CATHODE COATED WITH

INSIDE OF TUBE COATED WITH FLUORESCENT MATERIAL

ACTIVE MATERIAL

(,A'T'HODES

Two cathodes, placed one at each end of the .rrt th. so.rict t,f (l((rrons hr which rhe ,.,,.ient i. curr(luct(d in a flrrorrstent l.rrnp Th'
l.rmp.
<jesiAn.rnd lrc.rtnr(nt ol rhe t athotle h.rs L tlecideJ

rtfect orr the PcrlurnrJrrce ot lhe l.jmP.

(-OILED-COIL TUNGSTEN CATHODES I r-,1 irr qentral line lamp' ioten,l. 'l for \rJrrcr s(r

Related Interests

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Related Interests

In manttl.t,.turr. rhe tuilc,l trlrlgrten tr'irc' show'n below' are coated *ith the electronemittiog material.

TRIPLE-COIL TUNGSTEN CATHODIS tised in instant-statt single-pin and bipin-base Iamns. .rnd .rlro in thr new Rapi,J Stdrl LdrtlP

Related Interests

irril i* n rrnique cathode tlcsiIrr det'lop.l b1 Gen*ral Flectri., giring imprurcd lii( P(rtormaoce on Instant-Siatt i"d Rapid Start ballasts bec.rrrr< the r.rrhoJc hcrltls more cmis'ion m'rreri.tl arrtl hol,l. it morr 'eetrrcly. foo. the finc rvirc h(rt\ up quicklr during 'tartirrg' ulrich also increases lile.

BALLAS?S FOR FLTIORESCEI{T LAMPS

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resistance characteristic and the lamp voltage decreases as the curent increases, tbe iamp wiil destroy itself unless rhe current is timited.- This protection is provided by the "ballast" which usually rakes rhe form of a choke coil. The ballast must be designed for the size and type of fluorescenr Iamp usdd. as well as for the ubitage and frequency of the electrical system. Following is a represenrarire list of 6o-cycle ballasts foc use wirb different sizes of lamps.'As an alternative to the balJast listed for use with two 1 4-wart lamps, lamp numbe'- 5OA/S t I N/\X/ is somerimes used. It is a 6o-volr. rz-ampere
base.

Since fluorescent lamps haye a negatiye-

lamp wirh intermediate

For Lamps with
\Yaits Volta,.e

Bases. UsinE Starters Cir.uir
Cat. No.

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For Lamps with Mogul Bipin Bases,
Starters
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G.E FLT]ORESCE]\T LAMP OPERATII{C

There are a number of different methods by which fluorescent lamps may be started and operated. Each method requires the selection of
a particular combination of fluorescent lamp and

operated with starters: 4, 6,8, a^d l3-watt T-5; t5- and 3o-watt T.8; L4, 15,20,25, and 4o-watt T.t2i 90- and loo-watt T-17.

These are the lamps which may be

auxiliary equipment. The choice depends upon lamp -characteristics, aPPlication requirements. and cost versus convenience factors. For example, if lamps are to be operated outdoors in cold weather, only a few types will perform with. best results. There are five principal methods of oPeration. Some lamps may be operated by only one method; some lamps may be operated by more than one. The following describes lhese five operating methods and lists the lamp sizes appropriate

2. Ttigger Start (no starters) This newer method permits operation of

starting. Although lamp life is a little shorter and thus lamp cost a little higher,

some smaller preheat-start fluorescent lamps without starters, yet gives practically instant

to

each.

1. Prebeat or Slaitcb Startfug Qttitb st4rters or manr.4l starring su,itcbes)

maintenance is greatly simplified and convenience ofuse much improved. No special lamp is required. but the lighting fixture must be equipped with the proper size of Trigger Start ballast. This automatically provides cathode preheat without starters. Trigger Start ballasts are currently ayailable fot 14, 15, and 2o-watt General Line fluorescent lamps and fot 8" atd 12"

circline lamps,

fluorescent lamp cathodes are Preheated before the lamp is started, relatively ioexpensive ballasts may be used. Such preheating is readily accomplished by ineans oimanual switches (used in desk lamps and portable lamps) or by automatic stariers (where 6xtures are controlled from a wall switch). Starters are available in either standard types or reset "Vatch Dog" types and in the range of sizes needed for the different lamps. The "Vatch Dog" is recommended in most instances because it eliminates "flashing" or "blinking at the end of lamp life. saves ballast wear. and lasts much longer.

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3. Rdpid Stdrt (no starters) This newest of systems combines the

simplicity of Ttigger Start with the low cost of conventional switch starting. It requires the use of a Rapid Start lamp which uses special low-loss triple-coiled cathodes to reduce cathode heating losses, and is coated with DriFilm to assure r:apid

starting even under adverse conditions, The .lamps should be used with Rapid Start ballasts designed to automatically provide adequate preheat with low losses. Lamps glow as soon as turned on and come up to

uniform full brightness in around
second

or

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The function of the starter switch is to complete a separate circuit so a preheat curtent can flow through the filament cathodes and heat them momentaril y;'after a fdw seconds the starter circuit automatically opeos and ;h" i;ft lfti;. rtt" a"rig" of a starter switih is influenced by the_starting and-operating voltage of thc lamP. of limps, several sizes of switches lir* irt'" ".?g" retween stirting and operating voltages v_aries for- different.sizes Above are starti;g swiihes reiommended for each size of lamp' "t- ""a"aan.yl

SYSTEMS
Geoeral Electric Lamp Division's Bultetin LS-lo1 lists technical data on fluorescent lamps,
ballasts, starters, and lampholders,

start circuits. 4. Instant Stdrt (no staiers)

Vhile lamp and ballast prices are slighrly higher, thesi are offset 6v eliminatio"n of the srarter and starter miirrt"nance costr. Rapid Starr lamps are presenrly available rn the 40-walt size, and in rhe l6" circline size. They are marked '.Rapid Start' for positive idenrificalion. Tlie same 16" circline lamp may also be used on switch
Through the use of higher-voltage bal-

WIRIlIG DIAGRATIS

Iasts, these lamps may be started without

of rhe same wattage. instant-starr Iamps are not electrically inrerchangeable with them, for the carhode leads aie short-circuired in_side rhe lamp base to insure safety in use, starter-type ciriuits, Further, general line lamps should not be used on instant-start ballasts or much shorter lamp
preheated

preheat. They are equipped with triplecoiled cathodes that afford in general the same lo_ng life obtaioed from the popular sizes of general lioe swirch-srart lamps. While they look just like switch-start lamps

Prcbeat ar Suiitcb Star ng (utitb Starters nautal starting suitcltes)

Therefore instant-start lamps cannot

in

be

life will result. Instant-start lamps are available in 40w"ttT-I2 and 4o-wattT-I7 sizes. They are also available, on special order, in the 3O-watt T.8 size. 5. Slinline (instarlt st.trt 1litllaut starters) This is the fastest growing line of fluores. cent lamps. They combine all the advanrages of the instant-start lamp with much greater convenience in handling and easier maintenance. The lamps are equipped with extra-strong single-pin bases that fit easily and solidly in rugged push-pull sockets. This combination makes lamp installation
fast and easy.

2. Trigger Start (No Statters)

LINE

3.

Rdj,id 9turt (,to st.1te/s)

addition ro increased efficiency, rhe longer length reduces the qumber of lamps and fixtures required in a given installation. This, together with the elimination of starters, reduces the amount of maintenance required in a fluoresceot lighting system. These advantages, together with the long rrouble-free life offered by G-E slimlioi lamps -assure continuing growth in populaflry. Slimline fluorescent ate ayailable in 42" and 64" leogths in rhe T-6 bulb size, in 72" and 96'' lengrhs in T-8. and in 48", 72" 96" lengths in rhe mosr popular T-tz^nd d iameter-

In the longer eight foot sizes, slimlines are the mosr efficient lamps made. ln

4. Instdnt Start (no starters)

5. Slimline (instat2t start *-itbottt starters)

G.E FLLTORESCE]\T LAMP COLORS

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G-E Fluoresceot Lamps are available io a range of strong colors aod in several differenr "whites." The pink. gotd. green and blue saturaled colors - red, effects while the whites serve are used for decorative geoeral purposes. lighting and for both decorative All fluorescent lamps except gold and red are white when unlighted. Difrereni phosphors produce the different colors when lamps are lighted. rJflhite flLrorescent lamPs are desigoed to combine three elements important in tighting effects-(1) most light per dollar; (z) cotorefficiency rendering- propertieslthe ability to bring out the beauty e"6 ^collred materials and obiects"and (3) appearaoce jn relation to either "sfhiteness" - their dayliglit or the traditional artifrcial natural ourdoor illumination such as filament lamps.

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The choice among fluorescent "whites" always involves compromise among these three elements. Obtaining besi color rendering proPerties necessitates reduction in efliciencv. Choice of whiteness afiects both e6ciency and cdtor rendering properties. The descriptions below ourline the effects obrained from the most popular whites. Standard Cool Vhite combines high efEciency with reasonably good color rendition. It is the most widelv us6d fruotescent lamp color in factories, offices aod s'chools. lt blends orell *ith naturaI dallight. Varm \Vhite provides the highest effifluorescent [amps. it emphasizes white ciency in orange, yellow and yellow-green at the exPense of otheicolors. Generally used where highest efficiency is more important than color: rendition' De Luxe Cool Vhite most closely simulates the
Standard
appearance and color-rendering properties of natural diiliehr, It is widely used in srores such as suPer-

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mirkets, florists, men's wedr shops and other Places where excellent color rendition-of natural daylighr is needed. Also used in factory and office installations where best apPearance of colors is important. De Luxe $flarm rJflhite simulates the warm friendly efiects of filament lighting in both "whiteness" and color rendering, Usually- first choice in residence, restaurants, beiuty parlors, department stores, bakeries and other pluces'*h"r" :'hoimelike" lighting afiects are wanted. Daylight, Soft rJ0hite, rtr7hite, are still available for replace ent purposes in existing installations aod for new installations where their appearance or colorrendering properties are particularly suitable.

C.E FLL]ORESCEI{T LAMPS

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4
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The 4-, 6-, 8-, and 1 3-watt T- 5 lamps are useful where space for lamps is limited and where the inherent cool light and color quality of fluorescent is desired. They are apptied in niches, showcases, aod shelving in stores. They enhance the funcrion and appearance of miniature displays, signs and models. They supplv light locally for machine work, fine assembly, inspection, and other supplementary lighting applications. They are built into business machines and similar devices for increased visibility of dials, scales, and keyboards.

Butb

F4TslCW F4T5/WW
F6T5/D

4
4 6 6

F6Ts/W

F6r5/CW
F6T5/WW
F8T5i D

6
6
8 8 8

T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5

6

6 9 9 9 9
12

T-s
T-5 T-5

F8T5/\(/
F8T5/CW F13T5/D

FsTs/\(W
F13T5/\(

8 13

t-5
T-5 T-5

1t 1t
91

19

F13Ts/W\(
F13T5/CW

13
13 13

t1 ,1
91

T-s

Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min. Min.

Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip.

St""dard Coot \(h;te
Standard Warm Da ylig ht

,4
94 91 94
24

Vhi{e

White
Standard Cool White Standard Warm White Da ylis ht

,1

94

White
Standa,d Cool While Standard Warm \(hite Da ylis ht

24 94 91
21

White
Standard Varm White Slandard Cool Vhite

94
24

94

Irrecluent clesign chaoges io lluorcscent lamps makc

cxtended periocl. Rarings

it imposs;ble to establish ratings *hich will be factual for aoy Rill be issued fron time to time in rechnical publicarions as data becomcs available.

C.E FLT]ORESCE]YT LAMPS

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The l'-watt T-8 lamp is used extensively in homes for kitchen, bathroom, and mirror lighting. In stores it lights showcases, niches, and signs. In industry it is used for local lighting at machines and work benches - also in portable desk lamps. When used wirh the trigger-start ballast, starting is nearly instantaneous.
wallcase, and perimeter lighting, and

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The 3o-watt T-8 lamp is applied in stores for showcase, in homes for valances over narrow windows. It is used in polished parabolic

reflectors where the diameter is advantageous for good control.

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GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Bulb

F15T8/D F15T8/W F1sT8/C\q

T-8 T"8 T-8 T-8 T-8

18

'18

Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

D6ylisht
Whita Standard Cool White Standard \(arm White De Luxe Cool White De Luxe !(arm White Soft \(hite
Btu e

94

F1sT8/\(/W
F15T8/CWX

F15T8/W\qX F15T8/S\{
F15T8/B

T-8 T-8
T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

18 18 18 18 18 18
18

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

Bip. Bip. Bip.

94 94
24

Bir.
Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip.

94 24

,1 ,4
21
24 24 24

F1sT8/G

F1sT8/GO
F15T8/PK F1sT8/R

18 18 18

G,een Go ld Pink
Red

F30T8/D F3oT8/W F3oT8/CW F30T8/WW F3oT8/CWX F30T8/WWX F3or8/SW
F30T8/B F3OT8/G

30
30 30 30 30 30 30

T-8 T-8 T-8
T-8 T-8 T-8

36
36 36 36 36 36

Med. Bip. Med. Bip.
Med. Bip.

Daylight White Standard Cool \(hite
Standard Warm

,1
2.1

T-8
T-8

30
30 30 30

F3OT8/GO
F30T8/PK F3oT8/R

T-8 T-8
T-8 T-8

36 36 36
36 36

Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

Vhite
94

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm White Soft white
Blu e

t1
94

30

Med. Bip. Med.8ip. Med. Bip.

Green Go ld Pink
Red

,4

94

94

lrcqlrcor dcsign changes in fluorescenr lamps make it impossible to establish ralings shich sill be ftctual for any c*re"aea pe.ioa. Itaiings *.ill be issue<l fion rime to time in technical publicarions as <lata becomes available.

The l4-watt T-12 lamp is used for supplementary lighting in stores and industry, It is applied where space does not permit use of the longer 1 5-watt lamp. It has been employed in portable lamps using a low-wattage frlament lamp for a ballast. The 15-watt T-I2 \^mp has a lower bulb-brightness than the
15T8 lamp for about rhe same amounr of light. It is preferred orer the T-8 lamp if used wirhout shielding as is sometimes done for bathroom mirror lighting and some other applications.

Its many uses paralled those of the 15-watt T-8. The 2o-watt T-12 lamp is one of the most widely used fluorescent lamPs. It is employed in home lixtures for lighting in kitchens, bathroorns, basements, and recreation rooms. It is used in window valances and under shelving and cupboards for decorative and utilitarian lighting, It may be used to lighr closets, washrooms and small areas. It is also employed for supplementary lighting in ofiices and factories. In stores it lights frtting mirrors, niches, and wallcase displays. It may be operated by trigger-start ballasts. The 25-stattT-12 33-inch lamp is the longest T- 12 lamp which can be operated from 120 volts a-c with a simple choke ballast. It is principally used in homes, either in general lighting fixtures or built into window valances aod kitchen work spaces.

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GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS

F14112lD F1411rlW

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F14112llvv
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r-12
1-12
r -12 I -19

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15

F14T1rlC\(/X
F14I19lW F14119lB

'14

4T1rlWVX
11

r-19

't5 't5
'15

15

Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med.8ip.
Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

Daylight White Standard Cool White
Standard Varm

94
94

94
24

14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14
15 15
15

l-19
1-12

I-19
T-1?

15 15
15

Med, Bip. Med. Bip.

De Lure Cool White De Luxe Warm White Soft whire White
Blue Green

Vh;te

)xot

24 94 24 94
24

F14'l19lG F14112lGO F14f12lPK
F14112lR

I-19
I -12

Med.
Med. Med. Med. Med.

15
15

I-19
r-19

't5
15 18

Med. Bip. Med. Bip.
Bip. Bip.

Bip.

Gold
Pink
Red

94 94 24
24

F1sI12lD
F15T1r/W
Fl 5T12lCW

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I-12
I-12

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F15T1r/\(/\(/
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F1sT1r/cwx
Fl 5T19lWWX

15 15
15

r4,
I-19

18 't8
18
'18

I-12
r-12
T-1t
T-19 T-19 T-19

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Med. Med. Med. Med.

Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip.

Standard Cool Vhite Standard Warm White

White

Daylisht .i'

94 24
94

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Dc Lure Cool White

F15I12lB F 15112lG F15T12/GO
t 15112IPK Fl 5T12lR F2o112lD

15 15 15 15 15

18 18

Med. Bip.
Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip.

't8

Med. Bip.

De Luxe Warm White Solt White
Bk:e Green Go ld Pink Rcd

94 94 94 94 94
94 24 24 24

't5

r-12

F2OIltlW

FzOr 19ICW

Fr0T1r/ww

FtoT19/CWX Fr0T12/WX F90T12/SV
F90'112lB

90 90 90 20 20

I-1'
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f-12 I-12 I-12
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F2or12lG
F90T12lR

90 90

F2oT12/GO F'OI19IPK

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20 20

I-19 I-12
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Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med.8ip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Mcd. Bip. Med. Bip.
Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

Daylisht
White Standard Cool \{hite Standard Varm White De Lure Cool Whire De Luxe Warm White Solt White
Btue

94
94 94 21

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Green

Gold
Pin k

24 91 94 94 94 24 94

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Related Interests

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Red

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F9sI19lW F9sI19lD
F9sT12/CW

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White

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D. C. Oper.tion.

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r42
I -12

Daylisht
Standard Cool White

r-12

f-19

33

Soft Whit€ Standard Warm White Da Luxe Cool White Dc Luxe Varm White

94 24 94 94

Frequent design changes in fiuorescent lamps makc ir impossible r<r establish rarings which will be factual for any exrended period. Rarings will be issued from time to tim€ in technical publications as data becomes available.

G.E FLUORESCE]YT LAMPS

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The 4o-watt T-t2 preheat lamp is used extensi',ely for general lighring in every field of application. It is employed in strips or channels for lighting valances in homes and stores, for display fixtures, show windows, and hundreds of other services. Specially designed low temperature lamps are recommended for use in temperatures ffom 5o'F to O'F. Also available are instant-start types which reduce maintrn.rnce and insure more reliable starting when used outdoors in cold
weather.

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low surface brightness. It is used for highquality lighting installations in schools and

The 4o-w^ttT-17 lamp has a comparatively

ofrces and for special industry applications where it is impoitant to minimize direct and reflecred glare. The 90-watr and l oo.watt T- l 7 lamPs produce more light per foot than any others in the line. The 9o-watt lamp achieves the same light output as the 100-watt by use of a mixture of argon and krypron for 6lling gas. but it cannot be used where the ambient temperature may become low. It is used in industry for general lighting and also in offices, stores, and show windoqs. The 1oo-watt lamp maintains its light output well in cold surroundings and is used for outdoor applications (with thermal starters) or in areas with low ambient temPerature,

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F4OT 2lB

4OI 2lG 4OI 2lGO

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F40T 2lPK F 4OI 2/R
F F

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

11,

I -12

I-12
T-1?

48 48
4A

Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

Daylisht
White Standard Cool White Sta"dard Warm Vhiic De Luxe Cool Whi{e De Luxe Varm White

91
24 94

T-1'

Med. Bip.
Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

r49 r42
T-19

48
48

Med. Bip. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

94 24
24

4a
48

I -12

soli white
Blue

r-12 i-19
1-12

48
48 48

94 21
24 24

Green

Gold
Pink
Red

48
4A

94 24 24

F40T12lS\(//LT F40T12/D/rS

4OI1' lD ILI 40r 12lv lLr
s

I-12

r42
r-12

48
4a
4A 4A

Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.
Mog. Bip. Mog. Bip. Med. Bip.

Davlight White Solt White

t4 ,4
21 94
94

F4Or12lw

r-12 r-12
T-1t

Ddylisht
White Standard Cool \{hile Standard Warm Whitc De Lure Cool Vhite De Lu'e Warm White Solt White White Standard Cool White Standard Varm White

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F4oTl ?/C\oVltS F4oTl r/ww/ts

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48 48
48

21
2.4

F40T1r/CWX/lS
F4oT12/WWX/tS F4oTl ?/S\{/t5 F40T17lW/tS F40T17lCW/rS F40T17/W!V/rS

r-12

48
48 48

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19 Mos. Bip. 12 Daylight Mos. Bip. 60 90 FgOr17lD 12 White Mos. Bip. r -17 60 90 F9oT17/\(/ 12 Standard Cool !?hite Mos. Bip. 60 I -11 90 F90T17/C\(/ 12 De Lure Cool hite Mos. Bip. 60 I-17 90 F9oT17/CWX 19 Standard Warm White Mos. Bip. r -17 60 90 F90T17/\vW 12 Dc Luxe Warm White Mos. Bip. r -17 60 90 F90Tl 7/WWX 12 Solt white Mos. Bip. 60 I -17 90 F9oT17lSW 19 Cool Wh;te Standard Mog. Bip. r-17 60 100 Fl0oTl 7/CW 12 't 00 Standard Va,m Vhlte Mos. Bip. T-17 60 Fjool17/\vW 12 Daylisht 60 Mos. Bip. I -11 100 Fl ooTl 7/D 12 Whitc Mos. Bip. r47 60 100 F100Tl 7/w 19 Blue T-17 60 Mog. Bip. 100 F100T1 7/B fre.r uenr .Je,isn . hange. in flrrore.cent lr mp\ m dLc ir impor.ible ro csra blirh r.rr ing. r h ich * ill be facrr,al for any exrenJed periuJ. Raring. $ill be ir.rred from rime ro time in re.hni.al publi.ation..L\ dard heromc..l\JrlJL'le.

r47

60
60 60

94 94 19 12

I-17 r-17

G.E RAPID START FLT]ORESCE]VT LAMPS
F40T19

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F100T19

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Rapid Start {o-watt T-12 fluoresceot lamps simplify lighting mainteoance for the user and give, in effect, instant starting at costs comparable to those of the 4o-watt preheat lamp. Starters are eliminated from the electrical circuit. This is accomplished with a cathode design in the lamp
somewhat diferent from that of the preheat lamp

,
close to metal which runs the length of the lamp. The flxture or wiring channel which holds the lamp will serve this purpose,

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and with a ballast having low-voltage windings which apply heating to the cathodes at starting and during operation. Rated lamp life and light output are the same as for the preheat. It is desirable to operate the Rapid Start lamps

It is expected that the Rapid Start lamp will be used inslead of the preheat rype in mosr new lighting installations where 4O-watt fluorescent
lamps are chosen.

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F40T12lCV/RS
F40T1

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I-12
I-12
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F40T1rl\(/WX/RS
F40T1elD/RS F40T1r/W/RS

I -12

I -12
r"19

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De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Varm White Daylisht
White Standard Cool \(hite

94 94 94 24 94
19

1.. 0

llqor1r/cY/Rs

Frequeot design. ch-anges in thorescent lam,ps rnake it impossible to establish rarirgs which will be faetual for any extended periocl. Ratings will be issued from tine ro iime in technical publicarionr as data bccomer rrrilable.

G.E RF AI{D COLD CATHODE LAMPS
F85Tlo
F48T8

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F19f8 in RF

F96T8

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RF lamps have special bases and are
replacement
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equipment.
Nominlt

available

Cold Cathode lamps have a longer life and may be used on flashing and dimming circuits. Special ballast equipment for dimming hor cathodt fluoiescent lamps has recently been developed.
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RF FLUORESCENT LAMPS

Fssrlo/Bw
F8sT10/tW

85 85
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TJO
T-10 T-8
T-8 T-8

3& 3&

! prone I prong
Fluted Fluted Fluted Fluted Fluted

Blue \(/hite

lndustiial White
Standard Cool !(hite Standard Warm Vhite Standard Cool White Standard Va,m Vhite Standard Cool White Standard Varm Vhite

94 94

F48T6reVcc -F48T8/V\{/CC
F7rT8lCW/CC
F?rT8/W!0?/CC F96T8/CW/CC

COLD CATHODE LAMPS

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33

T-8
T-8

F96T8/WW/CC 49 i-i 94 walk.t 1!0 hd A. C. 13 wlllr.l 100 m. D, C. FreqLrenr design changes in {luorescent lamps make

8

Sinele Pin Sinele Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin

Sjlrlefi!

!!t,teC

24 94 94 91 94 94

exteoded period. Raiinss

it impossible to establish ratings which will be factual for any will be issued from rime to rirne in technical publicatilns as data becomes available.

G-E SLIMLII\E FLT]ORESCEI\T LAMPS

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pin basei. In general, they have advanta-ges in wirin'e. installation, and maintenance over other fluorescent lamp"s. The rugged single-pin base combined with "push-pull" insittion in soclits has Secome very popular' Slimline lampjare available in a range of lengths and diameters to frt general and supplementary lighring n"eds in nearly all 6elds ot application' The 96Tr 2'ii the most'prdmine"nt slimline lamp for general lighiing service . The maintenance advantages of the 8-foot lamp result from fewer Parts in the llghtrng systems than preheat"types require for th6 same amount of light-lamps, sockets, ballasts, starteis, etc,, being considered. The 72T12 and 48'I1,2 ate 6- ard 4-foot companions, resPectively. of the 96T12 which permit finishing out the ends of continuouslows where tbe 8-foor lamp is used' These'lamps are alsS .,sed for general lighring where shorter fixture lengths are desired for'scale or 1o fir an architectural module The 96Ts and 72Tg are appropriare for use in Exrures of thin, unobtrusive design They may be conveniently co'ttc"uied in coves, coffers, or other restricted areas' Their opeiutioi at one of three'curren! ratings, derermined by ,the raring of the ballast used, gives considerable range in choice of fighring level and fixture brightness' The 42T6 and 64T6 are designed to fir rhe standard +-foot and 6-foot store showcases. Their 3/a-inch diameter means mioimum visual obstruction for all types of displays. The small diameter also permirs accurare control wirh polished. con."nr.uiing reflectors for wallcase, show window. core' wall or mu.al lighting and many other specialized applications.

SLIMLINE FLUORESCENT LAMP
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F42I6lW
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25 25 95

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F4rT6lWW F42T6lC\(X F4rT6lWWX
F49T6lSW F64T6/W F6416lD F6416lCW F64T6lWW F64T6/C\(/X

FAtr6lcw

4216lD

7,5 1 7.5
17 .5

11 .5

17.5
17 .5

,5
37

32.5 39.5 32.5 32.5 39.5

T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6

42 42
42 42 42 49

I-6
I-6
T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6
T"8

3t.5
48 48
4A

25.5

37

t5.5 I5.5
95.5
9 2

37 31 36.5 36.5 36.5

F64T6/W\vX

F64t6lsv
F7rT8/W
F79T8/D

5.5 5.5

48 48 48
4A

49 64 64 64 64 64 64 64

24.5

94.5

F72T8lCW

F79T8/\v\?
F7rT8/CWX F79T8/WWX F96T8/!7
F96T8/D

t4.5
24.5
32
39

36.5
36.5 36.5

945

F96T8/CW

F96T8/\(W
F96T8/CWX

32
32

F96T8/WX t48T12/CW
F

3t
at

49 49 49 49 49 49
At.r.ge L.np .1t!9.
38 38
38

48.5 48.5 48.5 48.5 48.5 48.5 65 65 65 65 65

Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinele Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Sihsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinele Pin Sinsle Pin Sin o le Pin

White Daylieht Standard Cool Whita
Standard Varm \(/hite

94 94 94
94

De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe W.'m White Solt White

24
94

24
24

\vhire
Ddylisht Standard Cool Vhite
Standard Warm

Vhita

24 94 24
94

T-8
T"8 T-8 T-8

1'
79 72 72

72

Sin;le Pin
Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinele Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinqle Pin

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Varm Vhite Soft White Whire Davlioht De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Varm Vhite
Standard toLl white Standard Varm Vhite

24 94 94 94 94
94

T-8 T-8
T-8

T-8
T-8 T-8

6s

96 96 96 96 96 96 48 48
4A

\(/hite
Daylight Standard Cool White Standard Warrn White Dc Lr:xe Cool White De Lure Warm Whita
Standard Cool White Standard Varm White
Day lis hr

94 24 94
94

94
94 24

Sin;le Pin
Single P;n Sinsle Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Sinole Pin

94
94 94

48I12lW F48T1r/\(/\v
F48T12/D F12112lCW

r -12 r -12

F48T1rlCWX F48Tl 9/WWX F72r12lW
F72112lD

r-12

\fhire

38 38 38
55

r42
I-12 f-19 I-12
I -19

48 4g 48

sin;re Pin
Sinsle Pin Sinsle Pin Sinqle Pin

De Luxe Cool Vhite De Lurc \(arm White
Standa,d Cool

7t
72 72 19 19 72

55
55 55

Vhite

F19r19lWW F72119lCWX F72T1tlWV/X F96I12l\/'l
F96119lD F96T12lCW

I -19 I -12 I -19

\(/hire
Da y lis ht

24 94 24 94 19 12
19 19 19 12

sin;te

55

r-19

Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin

De Lure Cool Vhite De Lure Varm \(hite \(/hire Daylight Standard Cool Vhite

Standard Varm Whitc

F96112lWVt
F96119lCWX

F96T1tlWWX

14 74 74 74 74 74

I -19

96
96 96 96 96 96

I-12 f-19

Sinsle Pin Single Pin Sinole Pin

19
12 19 19 19 19

sin;re Pin
Sinele Pin Sinsle Pin

De Luxe Cool \(hite De Lure Varm Whiia

Standard Varm

Vhite

lrequent

O

For lotrl,

extended period. Ratings

ldd !utilid.y *atc. design_ ch-anges

in lluoresceot lamps make it impossible to establish ratings which will be faciual for

will be issued frorn time to tlme in technical publicarions as data becomes

any

availabte.

G.E CIRCLI]YE FLIIORESCEI{T LAMPS
in three diameters. They are widely used in home lighring 6xrures and porrable lamps.
-restau-raots, theatres,

Circline fluorescent lamps are now available

i:

./'
FC8T9/CW FCl

They are also used for decorative lighting in lobbies, lounges, and other commercjal areas. They are.adapred for some inspection pfocesses in industfy. The
on trigger-srarr ballasts. The l6-inch diameter
8- and t 2-inch diamerer lamps may be operared

FCl9TloiCV

rrlOlVt

FC19T1o/W\(
' I'i ':

lamp is designed for rapid-srarr operarion.

FC8T9/CW
FCI 2T10/W FCI 2T10/C

92
32 39 32

T-9
T-r 0

FC19T10/WW
FC16T10/CWiRS

T-10 T-10
T-10

4-Pin 4-Pin 1-Pin
4-Pin

st

ndard

40

4-Pin

Standard Warm \{hite Standard Cool White

\vhire St id6rd Cool \(/hite

cool white

12
19

19
12 19

Frequent design changes in fluorescent lamps make it impossibte to establish rarings which will be factual for any extended period, Ratings q.ill be issued from time to tlme in technical publications as dara becomes avai.lable.

G-,8 /,^[SIDE FROSTED LAMPS

F=1
954 t5A15

-=:-)

€:g

60A

504

t3';
1004

754

n_l

r',i

\#

3ooM/tF

These lamps, which are recommended for most general lighting applications, have an inside frosting which diffuses the light, eliminates striations and helps soften shadows. The outer bulb surfaces are smooth, easy to clean,

essential

for

effective and comfortable lightiog.

The standard 15O-v/att lamp is now made in the A-23 bulb, replacing the former PS-2 5 bulb.
The short bulb, medium screw, 250-watt lamP is made for use in indirect torchieres and similar portables. Three lamps in 5OO, 750, and lOOO watts - tubular bulbs of heat-resistant are listed with glass and medium bipost bases. These lamps make possible the design of commercial and industrial lighting equipments smaller in size than would be necessary if designed for equal wattages in standard PS bulbs.

and the frosting absorbs vety little light.

The range of wattages and lumen values is comprehensive. These lamps, combined with the many types of good equipments now available, providi tools to meet the many and diverse needs for residential, commercial and iodustrial lighting. There are small units for local lighting and low mounting heights and larger ones for higher mounting and wider spacing. The right lamp in combinarjon wirh the righr redector is

n

u

n u

t{
I tl F:.4-1 t - ..-t of) \g
300/lF
11

\=

t:- 7
=:i!4 €
7

50IF

t(ul r--j

1000/tF
15OOIF

I}- et
Y=t
300Ms/rF

.

500Tt0/50

1MlI24

7

50194

Ordetins

Watk

srd.

Qtv,

Cla$ filamenl HoG
Lile

Approt,

Lieht
Lumens Cntr.

Lsth.

Lsih.

Osl.

15A15 t5 254 ts 404 40 504 50 604 60 75,{ 75 1004 100 1504 150 150 1 50 ,00/lF 900 tsoc301Li,. t50 300M/lF 300 300/lF 300 300MS/|F 30o 500/lF 500 500T20/50a.ir 500 750/lF 75O
15O194a,:1) 7so 1Mll24a.i)::i) l OOO

A-15
A-1 9

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-21

A-r3
PS-9s PS-30

G-30
PS-30 PS-35 PS-35 PS-40

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog.

Md.

Skt.

T-20 PS-5t

Md. Bip. Md. Bip. Md. Bip.

Mog.

r-24

M"s

000/lF 1500/lF 'l
1

I -24
PS-s2 PS-52

1000

1s00

M"s. M"s.

Srd Std. Std. Std. srd. Srd. Std. Srd. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Srd. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Std.
!p

1rn
T 'T

90 90

19a)

120
19t)

19a
190

60 60 60 60

t4
24
19
t)

,1

21 24 6 6

c c c c (_ C c c c c c (, C c c C

B C9 B C-9 c c-9 c cc 6 c cc 6

.rr00
000 1000 .1000
r

141
465

t65
660
835 11 50
r

91

:2

9'; 3rt 3's 3'f 4.;
6 6
1 7

4!

3Ls

4i5 ,";

i

LL,6 aa6 cc6 c-9 c9 C7A c-9 c9 c9 L9 a-.1 3 (_-7/\ C13 c-13 c7A C 7A

1000 750 750 15A 750 750
5OO

2654
9600 3700 4600 5900
565 0 565 0

6i0

5!i 3,:

6

Bi; 6)t
9rs

'1000 ',l000
]OOO

750 1000 1000 1000
1

9900

tli
91.t 51.,

9,r
6|.t

9:00
'1,1000

e%

5600

13+

'1000 21500

I000 19500
1000 3fooo

5rj
91

9r'l
.:

9't .13i,

9rr

'a r

e down. 1l Bun bde up. ai-r Special sh$ bllb Re.ommended burnins posilion dny within 6Oi ve*i;"lly bd€ ve'lica{lv bdre uo.

qun

b

Heat-,esi,lant. or bdse down

bul lunei naint€na..e is b€.t when brned

G.E THREE.LITE LAMPS

,50/'t50M

Xii ,' - 9t > :r' ;."c*',' x9t
100/300

,

w

30/100

50

| 150

*d \t
50/150R/W

Three-lite lamps with their two filaments provide three levels of lighting. Each filament is of a different wattage and may be lighted individually or in combination with the other.

The 15O-v/att and 300-watt sizes are particularly applicable to lloor, table and wall lamps having fuiing bo* ls because of irs shape and special white diffusing coaring. The 30/loo finds much use in

difusing bowls. l{owever, the 50/15OR/W is especially for use in portable lamPs without difvanity and dresser lamps.

The lower wattage is for decorative or

casual

effecrs. The combined wattage of the two filaments js for use where seeing reguirements are imporrant.

Three-lite lamps are designed for base down operation with the exception of the mogul base 5o/ 15 0-watt size.

THREE-LITE

LAMPS PAGE
V.tk Bulb

94
srd.

Lisht

B.rc

Qtv.

."i:,!
C

Ovrl.

i
30/100 5O/150M
I

30'

ro
100

A-21
P5-95

3c Med.

Srd. 190

2c 9c

9 9R

7s0 750
'1000

3%

i

100;
5o

50'

3c Med. Srd.
Srd.

Ir sot

60c 60c
94C 60c

3il

s

ii

50/150

Iroo

PS-95 3c Mog. R-40
G-30
r:

?c-?R
9c
9c

11s0.

5o/150R/\{
100/300

I 't 001

i50
i1

3c Med. Srd. 3c Mos.

9R 9R

1000
-1000

,1501

.200i
1300,

00

!

63;

G.8,,Q,, COATED LAMPS

qJ
1o0A/\(

r€- a l=et !v
604/\{

,.J -J
150R/\(/

5o/150R/W

These white lamps have a fine coating of silica on the inside of the bulb. This "Q" coating gives
a high degree

of diffusion which softens shadows and reduces shiny reflection. The light output of white lamps is approximately the same as that of iqside frosted -lamps of the same wattage.
suitable for use lamps.

i: ,,
.*

. "-3
-t *' ot
100/300

The 60A/V and IOOA/\X/ lamps are especially in residential fxtures and portable

Since bulb blackening is not apparent through this new diffuse coating the lamps appear cleao and white throughout life.

The 15oR/W and 5o/15oR/W have a special bulb shape and diffusing coatiogs with a variation in density which produces a controlled distribution of light when used in portable floor, table and wall lamps without diffusing bowls.

Volh

Desoiplion

srd.

Qrv.

604/\(/
r

004/w

150R/W 50/150R/W 100/300

60 100 150 50100150 300

A-19 A-r1
R-40 R-40

Med. Med. Med.
3c.

Med. G-30

Std. Std. Std. Std.

srd.

Lisht M!r. Lu6en, Cntr. Ovrl. Lsth. Lsth.
(

White White lndire.t i, \yhjte lndirect ,l Three Lite

Vli,.

194

1t0
94

c cc 6 C cc 6

lOOO

L-9

'1000

7s0

1i 3ts 5i; 6ti
6ri

100t00-

M"g.

White Indirect Ihree Lite il

94c 60c

9c 9R 1000

9c-9R

1000

3li

6)1

G.E SILVERED AI{D SEMI.SILI/ERED BOWL

100A/SB 15o/sB

t'

:it
:.
200/sBlF

604/SB

1004/1sBlF

lr l i-r J

Silr.ered bov'l lamps have long been popular for eflicient indirect lighting of schools, offices, homes ancl commercial buildings. They are also use<t in

ffi
*l '*na
:xf
..

direct lighting equipment suclr as dome-type rellectors, sporlight ancl floodlight rcflectors, and in recent designs of large-area louvcred equipment. The mirrored rellecting surface is sealed against dust and dirt. The opaquc bowl shielcls the lilaring lamp ilament from view; this in turn allow's fxture design in xhich the lamp bowl is exposed so that lamp replacement is simple and direct. Semi-silverecl bor-l lamps have a small open area at the bottom to provide clirect do*'nlighring (mPhJ\is o\(r cour)ler or di.plar arr.rr in 'turcr.

.. g.::
300Ms/sBtF

,l

1

900/sBrF/1 300/sBrF/1

3oo/s8tF

,

:.]

LAMPS

5oo/SBtF

500/sBrF/1

t
The process by which G-E Silvered Bowl lamps are silvered high qualiry reflecting surface which does not dull, tarnish or deteriorate throughout the life of the lamD. The bulb is firsr chemically cleined and sensitized to receiue a
assures a

.. a/

reflector.

coaring of pure silver. A prorecrire copper layer is then electroly(ically deposired over rhe sil\er ro prererit oxidarion due to filamenr heat. To rhis is added. furiher, a surface o[ orerlapping aluminum flakes. These merallic deposits. approximarely l/5OOOth of an inch in rhickness, are'6rmlv sealed to rhe glass ro creale a highly efficient, mirrorJikL
burned base up. Sizes from 1 iO-watt and up should be burned
_

7s0/sBtF

l ooo/sBtF

Silvered Bowl and Semi-silvered Bowl lamps should be

in porcelain sockets.

srd.

olv.

Clds Fil.mcna

ApDrox,
H6uR

60/\/58 60 1004/t5B 100 100A/tsBtF air 100 1004/sB 100 1s0/sB 150 t00/5BlF 200 3ooMs/sBtF 300 300/sBtF 300 soo/sBlF s00 750/SBIF 750 1000/s8tF 500
200/SBIF/1 300/SBIF/1 500/sBrF/1
900 300 500

Lit.

cntr. ort.

A-19
A-21

A-9'l
A-2
3

PS-r5
PS-30 PS-3s
PS-35

PS-40

PS-5t PS-5t
PS-30
PS-35

P5-40

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Md. Skr. Mog. Mog. Mos. Mog. Med. Moq. M"g.

Std. Std. Std. Std Std. Srd. Std. Std. Std. Std.

l. F. Silvered Clear Silvered l. F. S;lvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvcred l. F. Sitve,€d l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered
L F. Silvered L F. Semi-Silv
F. Semi-Silv. F. Sem;-S;lv.

190
12A

l. F. Silve,ed

t. F. sitv€,ed

Sld. Sid.
Std. Std.

l.
l.

cc-6 tt0 CC 6 6l-l c9 60 c c 9 91 C c-9 24 c c-9 94 C c-9 6 C c- 7A 6 L c 74 6A C c 9 24 C c-9 94 C c 9
124
C C C

c cc 6 C cc 6

'r

000 1000 1000

lso

1000

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

'l000

'1000

1000 1000

9t.a 13,'" 9r jj 13 ,',, 6 8 ,!; 7 93 r t 93i

3ll 3,'r 3is 4i,r 5lr 6 lla 7 1

5+ 5"; 6+

4ii

6i;

8,'" 9?r

9" 9). i

O Should be burned in porcelain sockets.

G.E DAYLIGHT LAMPS

150/DCL

Daylight lamps, inside frosted and clear, in places where it is desired to have somewhat "whiter" color quality of light than is obtained with regular filament lamps,
are used

The use of either frosted or clear daylight

lamps in most types of lighting equipment is a matter of choice. The frosting diffuses the light and helps reduce glare and sharp shadows. The clear lamp can be used to advantage in iewelry stores in producing sparkle in the jewelry.
Descdelion Light M.r' std, ApEor, Pks. Cl6s Fil.ment Hour Lum.nt Citr. Osl Leth. Lslh. Lilc ott.
'T

6oA/D 1004/D
150/D 15o/DCL 900/D

A-19
100 't 50
'150

A-93

PS-t5 PS-t5
PS-30

900

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

15-195 115-125
1

11 5-1

95 115-125 115-195

lnside Frosted lnside Froded lnside Frosted
Clear Clear

3% 4t 540 1t0 c cc-6 1000',1060 90 c cc 6 750 '1600 4!l 6+ 5% 6it 60c c,9 1000 000 1600 5\ 6l+ 60c c-9 60c c,9 1000 9350 6 8,'"
'T

G-E W'HITE BOWL LAMPS
'Vhite Bowl lamps are designed principally for use in open typ€ direct
lighting fixtures. They have a white enamel coating on the inside of the bowl which redirects about 80% of the light upward. Aboui 20% of the light is diffused downward through the bowl. This redirection and diffusion improves the quality of illumination by softening shadows and reducing glare.

{i -,
?':
300/wB

rr; I:r'
1.-!

!

ffi
llii

*: ;f,_
itl
I

roo/wB

'

;1.

II
150/\G

a

500/\(B
5rd,

otY,

150/wB 900/wB 300/wB 500/wB

150

t00
300 500

PS-t5
P5-30
PS-35

PS-40

Med. Med. Mog. Mog.

Srd. Std.

5rd.
Std.

lnside White lnside \(/hite lnside White lnside White

60c 60c 24c 94C

Approt, Lieht M.r' Fil.m.nt Houtr Citt. Ovtl. Lifc Lg{h. Lsth t50 5)4 6l ; c-9

c-9

C9 C9

1000 7 1ooo 1

lsa 6

Bi' r, 9);
9

I

C.E GA LAMPS
The GA lamp "The lamp with the built-in shade" is a complete lighting device in itself and is ready to use in open-type single and cluster ceiling fixtures now using bare Iamps. Designed for base-up burning. the Iamp has an enameled bowl of a warm pleasing tint for homes and similar interiors which directs approxim ately 2fJ ofthe light upward and 1/3 downward. Ttle 5o-watt GA lamp is especially appropriate for two. three, four and five light fixtures. The 1o0-watt size is recommended for siogle socket

66

tt

,a

use-rs such buildings.

usual style ofthese lamps appeal to the decorative tastes of many

The graceful contours and un-

fixtures.

as homes, hotels, clubs, restaurants and public

5OGA
OOGA

'
std,

otv.

Pks. Cl!$

Fil.neil

Approx. M!r. Hour Lum.i! Ov,l. Lilc LEth,

5OGA
,IOOGA
't

G4.25
00

Med. Med.

srd.
Std.

GA.3O

Semi lndirectit-' L F. Decorated Enamel Eowl Semi lndircct'l l. F. Decorated Enamel Bowl

60 C C9

'1000 1000

580
.1430

4i
6+

60 c

c-9

O 8un 8s€

Up.

C.E YELLOW LAMPS
G-E Enameled Yellow Lamps, excellent for decorative lighting, are designed primarily for outdoor lighting during the season of nightflying insects. They have less attraction for insects than lamps of other colors. Yellow lamps are used on open porches, outdoor recreatioo areas, filling statioos, camps, roadside
stands, carnivals

1OOA91161v

,*t *
50PS95

people enioy outdoor acriviries
under lights.

any place v/here

D.lcription
zsA 6oA/v
100A.21161v 150PS95/v

otv.

std, Pks.

Lile

Lsth,

t5
60 100 150

A-19
A-91

A-19

PS-95

Med. Med. Med. Med.

srd.
Srd. Srd. Srd.

Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow

124
12A

120
60

B C C

C9

c

CC.6

CC6

1000 1000 .1000
.t

4+
6++

c-9

000

C.E CLEAR LAMPS

e5A/CL

40A/CL

1004/cL

.l

t'
r:rl .lrl il

:l:l :l : i ,r.t}
i

,t:

adequately shielded by reflectors. Gala lighting for amusement and festive

Clear lamps are suitable for general lighting where the bright lilamenrs are modiied by diffusing equipments or are

areas can be obtained with clear, lon', wattage lamps, unshielded. Or the lamps may be partially shielded by prisms, beads,

Y
1MlPS52l44
1500PS52/46 750 1000 1500

lloodlights for lighting outdoor sporrs, gas stations and parking areas.

and spangles. Some rellecting or refracting units, designed for defined beam patternsj need clear lamps for a control more accurate thao is obtainable with frosted lamps. Available are 2oo-watt lamps, normally medium base, with mogul bases; and two 300-watt lamps, oormally mogul base, with medium screw bases. Two larnps, in wattages of 1OOO and I5OO, are m.rJe wjrh bulbs of he.rr-resisranr glass. They are inrendrd for use in t,pen

Bulb

otv.

Pkg. Cla$

Fil.nent

Cnlr. Lsth.
2t
465
835

Ovrl.
Lelb.

254/CL 404/CL

95

4"1 9

60A/CL 75 A/CL

s0A/cL

40
50

60
15

l ooA/cL 15oA/CL 150/cL
900

A-19 A-19

A-19 A-19
A-21

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mos. Med.
Skt.

Std. Std. Std. Std. S(d.

300M 300Ms 300 500
750 1000

200PS30/12

100 150 150 900

A-r3

Sid.
Srd. Std. Std.

900
300 300 300 500 750

PS-9s PS-30 P5-30 PS-30 PS-3s
PS-35

srd.
Std. Std. Std.

Md.

PS-40
PS-52

1M lPS59l44 1 1000 1500PS59/46, it 1500
i .r

15O0.r.

'1000

PS-st
PS"52

1500

PS-5t
PS-52

M"s.

Mos. Mos. Mos. Mog. Mos. Mos.

srd.
Srd.

5rd. 5rd. srd. s{d.

1t0 B rto L r90 c 1r0 c 1t0 c 1r0 c 120 C 60 L 60 C 60 L 60 c 94 c 24 C 94 C 6 a 6 (_ 6 C 6 C ar (

C9 '1000 c9 1000 Lc6 1000 cc6 1000 cc6 750 cc6 750 Ca-6 t50 L9 750 C9 t1A C-9 750 c9 .1000 750 C9 a9 1000 C9 1000 a.lA 1000 C- /A 1000 C.7A looo 1000 C7A ( -74 1OOO

1150

.: 3 r,li ers 4t1 31. 4,!

I630
?600
5

9654

31r
6ri

3,!

i

4 ,.ii
5

ltoo

'"" 4tti 6,'i, 5r+ 6i;

J650
900 5650 5650 9900 15600 91500 33000 21500 33000

. 13 i,; r .l3 r\; 9lr 13i]! 9',r'13,'," 9l ,r 13 ',.
9t

6B+ 1)t 9ts 7 9l t eli'
9l

8i-

Special sld$ bulb hedt-'esidant. Recommendcd bu'hins polition any within bu'n.d verlically, bdre up.

60' of ye ically b$e up or

bdse down but lumen mdinten.nce G best when

G.E PRO,IECTOR AI{D REFLECTOR LAMPS

2ooPAR/3SP

300PAR56/FL

l s0PAR/3FL

iij :t'; _ -i :
* : *
4:

i: ,i
Li ti \ i

r^' I

tf .:.,,

*
!

+

jffl'
3ooR/FLl1
3o0R/sP/1

f

75R30/sP

7sR30/FL

150PAR/SP

15oR/sP

15oR/FL
300R/SP

300R/FL

300R/3sP 50oR/3SP

300R/3FL 500R/3FL

500Rst 750R5t

Geoeral Electric projector and reflector lamps are self-contained spotlighting and floodlighting units. They are widely used in commercial.

industrial. and home applicarions. Principal advantages are compactness, conveoience, and elimination of reflector deterioration due to dirt. Projector lamps are similar in construction
to_

Reflector lamps have bulbs that are formed by being blown into molds. After frosting. a coating of silver is evaporated onto the inside surface. The beam pattern depends on the reflector contour and the degree of bulb-frost density light frost in the spots and heavier in the floods.
3oo-watt and500-watt reflector lamps are avail" able in heat-resistant glass. This glass, although more expensive, allows higher wattage in the same bulb size and will withstand greater thermal shocks such as from moisture on the hor bulb.

The reflector section, of heat-resistant glais, is formed by pressing in an accurate mol-d. A
smooth coating of aluminum is evaporated onto the inside surfice. To the reflecroi is fused the heat-resjstant glass cover plate or lens. likewise formed by pressing in an accurate mold. Aluminum is used as the reflector because it withstands the high temperature when the lens is fused to the reflector. Beam pattern depends on reflector

all-glass sealed beam automobile headlamps.

A noreworthy General Elecrric development has prorided a method for applying light ftost uniformly to bulbs of heat-resistant glass,

contour and lens design. PAR-38 projector lamps may be used outdoors in exposed locations; orher projecror lamps reguire shielding from moisture. External devicis such as color roundels, louvers, and shields can be clipped directly to rhe PAR-38 bulbs. The PAR-J8 spots and floods with side-prong base are 1 ' shorrer in over.all lengtb rban the cor-These
responding screw-base lamps. side-prong lamps are designed to be supported by the rim and-used wirh a flexible connecror. This offers
ease

quirements,

show-window lighting.

of aiming along with minimum space refor such applications as store and

The R-52 lamps, in 5oo- and 750-watts, are €specially designed for high-bay lighting in industrial planti. The contour of the silvered portion of the bulb, and the filament position, are designed for favorable light distribution and shielding. Substantially even illumination results when spacing between units does not exceed mounting height. These lamps are widely used in plants where there is rapid collection of dirt on lighting equipment. They are of special advantage where lighting units can be reached for maintenance only at high cost, or where prodLrction may be interrupted by tying up a craoe. Typical applications are in foundries, railroad car shops, steel mills, and welding shops. Almost no dirt collects on the bottom {ace ofthe R-52, where the light is emitted. The bulb should be protected from moisture.

PROJECTOR

AND

REFLECTOR LAMPS

Ord.ring
15OPAR/FL l soPAR/SP

\?.{.

Bulb

8.e.
Med. Skt. M€d. Skt.
Side Prong Side Prons Side Prons

Voltr Std. Srd. Srd. Std.

sld.

Otv,

Pks. Cl.s Fil.n.nt

Lil.

Lsth.

150PAR/3FL
15OPAR/35P

rooPAR/3SP
3ooPARs6/SP

300P4R56/FL
75R30/SP

75R30/FL 15oR/FL
15oR/SP
3OOR/FL

300R/SP

3ooR/FL/1
3ooR/sP/1 300R/3SP

30oR/3FL
5ooR/3SP

s00R/3FL 500R5? 750R59

150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 '150 PAR-38 900 PAR-46 300 PAR-56 300 PAR-56 75 R-30 75 R-30 r 50 R-40 150 R-40 300 R-40 300 R-40 300 R-40 300 R"40 300 R-40 300 R-40 500 R-40 500 R-40 500 R-59 750 R-5t

FloodO SpotO
Flood@

srd.
Srd.

SpotO Nanow BeamQ Nanow BeamO
Flood@ Spot Flood Flood
Spot

Mog.
End Prons

19 19 19 19 I
B

c C c c c

cc-6 9000 CC-6 9000 cc6 9000
CC-6 cc-13 cc 13 cc,']3
9000

5;i 5+
4;'"
4
5

!000

Mog.
End Prong

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog. Mos. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog.
bulb

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

8

Flood Spot

60 60 94 24 24 24
94

FloodO SpotO
Spota-t

c 2000 c 9000 c c-11 9000 c c-'11 9000 c c11 9000 c c,'t 1 9000 c cc 9v 9000 c cc 9v 2000 c c C c
C C
CC-gV CC-9V
9OOO 9OOO

4

6\ 6\

6r,
6%

Floodor

std. srd.
- h€!tj.,iit!nt.

SpotO Flood6 Lishr t. F.o Lishr l. F.ai

24 94 a4 24 94

cc 2v 9000 7\ cc 2v 2000 7% CC-9V IOOO 1% cc 9v 9000 1% 6 C ClA 20aa 11% 6 C C.1A ?aaa 1111

6il

67;

O 5o..idl sh$

G-E DECORATIVE LAMPS

:.,

J&uls 't - 1sT8/N
15T8C/W
1

&rb

.

ixl

r_I
15s1't

/13

5T8C

.1,
'

'! \t 15FN ,r tS ri .r ll - - 15FN/W

d1 t=i I a-, t.t

tfl
s :

tll rt tJ

15rc/w lsFclv

15FC15FC/FT

l.l

lt
25G16t/2C/W

:'FJ - 95G181/2/w € 25c1gr/z/v
25G18y2

=! ii t t-xrt : -r

: i

{r f t

i; lL
V
ii irr t'* 't '
1589t/"

,. !3
15c161/2c/w

.-

lFr

95G16y2C

f

't5G16y2C

{
lW

15891/2

-'l = ::--,
4OF1s lW

r -./ .1 : :.

95F

/FI

-.-,5a : -: Egl

,-r-E
2sG25

-

lV

?sG25/W

95G25 lFI

60A?1/RO

These lamps are designed for interior applications such as cove lighting, decorative designs, and special effects in homes,

theatres, public buildings, restauraots, lobbies, and foyers. Outside coated lamps are not recommended for outdoor use.

Dei.ription
1

s(d.

Qtv,

PLs,

Cl.$

FildB€it Houu Lumens Cntr.
Lensth

Appror. Life

Lishl

Mdx-

Ovn.
Lensth

lsFClFf
15FC/V
1

5FC

5FC/\r

15FN

15FN/W
1 1

1sA1s/G 1s415/CL
1ss11/13
15T8C

sAl

5/B

sA15/R

15T8C/W r 5T8/N
1 sB9

15c.t61jC t5F
95F
95F 25F

15891

rt

)lW

15G161,C/W

15 '15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 'r 5 15 15 15 15
25 25 95 95

F-10

F-t0

F-l0
F-10

F-10 F"10

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand.

srd.
Std. Srd. Srd. Std. Std.

Clear

OC-Flametint

lnter. lnter.
5

oc-\{hiL
CIear

oc-rvorv
\(/h;le

A-15 A-15 A-15
S-11

A-1

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand.

sld.
Std.

oc,Btue oc,G,een
OC-Red
Clear

5rd.
Srd. Srd.

T-8 T-8 T-8

srd.
Std.

Clea, Clear

OC-Wfiite
Clear

5rd.

8-9' !
B-91

G-16 G-16
F-15 F-15 F-15 F-15

:r

r .,

i

Std. Std.

Clear

OC-\(/hite
Clear

srd. 5rd.
Srd. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Std.

OC-Whit€
Clear

lV

lFr

lW
r

Med. Med. Med. Med.
r
1

OC-Flametint OC-lvory

O(-Vhite
Clear

,5c16)..iC
95G16

2sc18t,lFr
25G18)1lY
25G25 25Gr5/FT

jjclv

95 25 95 25 95 25 25

c-16

c-18'i
G-181: G"t 5 G-25 G-t 5
G-25
F-t 5
F-1 5 G-2 5

c-16' l
J

Cand. Cand.

2sG18l.!/!(
25G25lV 40F1s/!v 40G/Fr 4oG/V 40G/W 60A91lB
40F15

G-18

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

sfd.
Srd. Srd. Srd. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Std. Srd.

Whlte OC-Flametint OC-lvory

OC-\(/hite
Clear

95Gt5lW

OC-Flamelinl OC-lvory OC-Whire
Clear

604r1/AO
60A21lFI 60421/G
60A91/RO
60421

40 40 10 40 40 60
6A

G-r5
A-21

G-25

\(/hite OC-Flametint OC-lvory

Sld. Sld.
Std. Srd. Srd.

OC-White OC-Amber
Oranse OC-Blue OC-Flametint

lV

604r1/R 60A21lv
1004/B

60 60 60 60 60 60

A-r1

A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21

oc.Gr€en OC-Old
OC-lvory
Rose

srd.

std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Srd.

1004/v 1004/AO
1004/FT

1004/v
1004/R

1004/G

100A./RO

100 A-23 100 A-93 100 A-93 100 A-?3 100 A-23 100 A-93 100 A-t3 100 A-93

oc-ve

OC-Red
ow

60 B atA 750 60 B C7,A 7s0 60 B C-74 7s0 60 B C7A 75A 60 B C7A 750 60 B C7/\ 750 190 B C9 1200 190 B C9 1200 120 B C-9 I t00 190 I C9 1900 l9o P, C 1A /ta) 60 B C7A 750 60 B C7,/\ 750 60 B C-7A 7s0 60 B C,7A 7s0 6A B C-74 750 60 ts c7/\ 750 60 B C7A 7s0 190 B C9 750 1t0 ts c,9 15A .190 ts C-9 75a 190 B C9 15A 60 B C7A 15o 6A B C7,A 750 lra B c-9 7s0 120 B C9 750 190 B C9 150 608 Ca 750 608 c9 750 608 t,-.) 750 608 c-9 750 190 C L-9 754 12A C c 9 15A 608 C a 750 608 c 9 7s0 6AB c-9 7s0 .190 C C9 1000 120 C C9 1000 190 c c9 'T000 1000 190 C C9 '1000 '190 C-9 .190 C C C9 1000 1?0 c c9 1000 T90 a ae iooo

115

3 ,',,

. ... 3,'r 145 3r.
3Li

3r,

149 tr, 3r: 115 .1fi tti 145 3 ri,
3 ,',,

3r.r

3r.

145 .. 115 .... .. zta

3,.0
3,",,

3 3

1).

i 4;
41

4rr
3 3

t60 .. ....
21C)

:l

''

.... .

4

Related Interests

6

4''r

4+ 4n

....

44A 4.. , 4tJ ... .. 4,'" . 4i '' 4 're ' 3r" 4ii

. .. 4lai . 4i;
4lt 4ii

Yellow

Ambe, Oranse
Blue

1r0 C
190 120 120 190 190 "120 190

Fldmetint

Grcen
Oranee
Red

C CC-6 C CC_ 6 C (_C 6 C CC6 C CC6 c cc-6 C aa6

cc-6

750 750 750 750 750

154
750

750

G.E SICII A]\D DECORATIVE LAMPS

|
!J*
!'-l*
,- | '-t
, trl !I "t It5 r
ur,,
651

ffi tffi'
t; -J
tott"o
6s14tcY

ryttt '-

tostlTrt

tst-+ico tost l/cn
_

".7

6s14/cw

10s14/cY

os1rlcn 10s14/cw

4rC!

rE
5514

Iili

lr tt ' lJ
ril

'a{ 1'1

6s14,cB 10s14/cc u5'0,,, l osl i/ca

oi.ctost'/cV

6514 los14/lF

5514

,w
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1

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1-..' ',"

I Il.r,
I a -t

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:rti:'

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a --t ..:'

lit t:'

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l;:

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rl- \t ios't'tN/cw 1sA17/Ao ff: \t 1osl1N/cY i osl i N/cFr \tosl N/co
r
1

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i'i ;' a

t srl r/q i 15A,17lFl

'*

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5A17 /B
t i..t:

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1us1

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10s11 NiCR
1

N/CG

J0511

1N

..

. ..t:i:.1'a:!a^,

(n
,_A

iE €

*-: t9 tlr 's.9

,rn
cs

rrort

e5A/RC

l* II Jg,
90A11/5

\.,r *
95Alo

'.-7 rtalv

40A/R

40A/G

36

ioterior applications. The color is a frred.on, glass.like material that

will not scratch,

These lamps are used for outdoor signs, Christmas aod other decorations, carnivals, fairs, and festoon lighting as well as many
SIGN AND DECORATIVE LAMPS
Bulb

chip, peel, or come off when exposed to the weather. Colors are clear and bright, and they are designed for maximum appeal both in combination and alone.

Apptor. Std, Pke. Cl.$ Fibmcni HouE Lun€it Lil€ Oty,

Cntr, Lsth.

OYrl, Lslh,

4 651 4
5S1

651 4/lF

6514/CB
651 4/CG 651 4/CV

6514/CO
6514/CR
651 4/CW 6s1

4/cv

7+s

7;S/AO
7+S/B

5S656S6S6S6S656S6S6S7'j s7l.

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4

i

sS-

7is/G
7]s/R

1i,

7;s/w
10s11N/cB
10s1
1
1 1

10s1 t N

N/cG N/CO

10s11N/cR
'I

10s1
0s1

N/cFT

1os1 1 N/Cv 1os1 1 N/CW 0s1

1l; s'tl 10 s10 s10 s10 s10 s10 s10 s10 sq_

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med, Med. Med. Med. Med.
lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter.

12

60
Srd. Std. Std.

srd.
Std.

srd.
Std. Std.

std.
5rd.
Std. Std.

srd.

std.
Srd.

5rd.
Std. Std. Srd. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd. Srd. Std.

0sl 4lD 0s1 4lcB
0s1 4/CR

4lF

0
0

s-1
s-1

0sl 4lcG 0sl 4lcv
0s1

0
0 0 0 0 0 0

5-l
S-1 S-1

0s'l

4lco
4lcw

5-1 s-1

0sl 4lcFr
0s'l

s-'l
s-1

4lcv

0
5 5

s-1

15A17iAO
15 A17 lB

1s417/FT

A-l

A-17
7

1s417lG 15417/V

15417/RO 15417/R

5 5 5 5
5

A-1 7

A-11

A-17
A-1 7

1s417/W
15 A-17

5
5

lY

A-11 A-17
A-1 7

2041715
25

r5A/O ,5AIFI z5Alv
?54/B 25A/G
?54/R

A ICL

t 5A /Rt

254/W

,sAlY
40A21

404/CL

404/O
404/B 404/G

404lFf

4oA/R 4041R!

40Alv

9s A-19 ,5 A-19 25 A-19 95 A-19 95 A-l 9 25 A-1 9 95 A-19 95 A-1 9 9s A-19 95 A-19 40 A-19 40 A-t1 40 A-91 40 A-21 40 A-21 40 4"21 40 A-91 40 A-21 40 A-21 40 A-21

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med, Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

srd.
Std. Srd. Std. Srd.

Sign 6-19a Sisn 6-120 Clear 6-19A lnside Frosted 6-T 90 19o Blue Green 12o 19O lvory Orange '190 19o Red 12a \(hite '190 Yellow Clear 19o Amber-Orange 190 '190 Biue Green 12o Red 190 Whire 19a Clear 19O Blue 6 190 Green 612a Red 6-12a Oranqe o-1?0 Flameiint 19a Yellow 19O \?hite 190 12A lnside Frosted .190 Clear Daylisht Blue 190 19A Green .190
Red

c6 c-9 c9 c9

1500 1500 1s00 1500

45

39
41

c,9 c-9 c-9 ca cI c-9 c-9 C 7A c-7A c-74 c,7A c-7,A C 7,4
c-7,A c-7,A

"1500

9, 2ti
9r/,

21,.:

3!1

3),
31a

'1500 1500 'Ts00
"1500

40

314

3)i 3ti 3% jt')
3l:. 3l.t

'1500
1

'1400

s00

eli
2% e%

1400 1400 1400 1400
14oo ',]500

c-74 C-74 C 7A c 7A c-74 c-74
B B B B

1500 1s00 'l soo

Bo

1%

1s00
1500 1500
t

lsoo

e+ e+ r+ e,i e+

21.1

c-9 c-9

Ca C9

Orange

White
Flametint

5td. srd.
Std. Std. Std. Srd. Std. Std. Srd.

Amber-Oranee
Blue Flametint Green

Old

Rose Red

\{hire
Clear Clear

124 B 1?0 B 190 B 120 B 190 B 190 B .120 B 120 B '190 B 190 B 120 B
'190 C

'120

B B

c9 c9
Ca
c-9 c-9
C-9 C-9 C-9 C-9 C-9

51 1500 ... 1500 ..... 1500 ..... 1500 .....
1

soo 7a -1500
500

e*
9\ .... .... .... ....
2ta

3:i

3% 3%

3\ 3\

31.,

1500 '1500 1500 1900

C9 C9 C9

Sid.
Std. Srd.

rto B 1ro B
190 B 190 B
'T

C9
C-9 C-9

srd.
Std. Srd. Std. Std. Srd. Std. Std. Std.

Oranse
Flamelint

rr0 B

c-9
C-9 C-9

..... .. ..... ... .. .. 9li 2rr 19OO ..... 93r 19O0 ..... 1200 ..... 91( 2l ! 1200 1t00 9'r i 'T900 .... 9rr "1900 ..... 913 1200 ..... 2l! 1000 14s 9li 1000 265 2%
1000 1000 1000 .1000
'1000
-1000

...

3%

3ta

3i1
35i 3.4

3i4

3ii
3%

3"\

O.

Yellow
Rose

Blue Green
Red

Whiie
Clear

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Sld. Std. Std.

lnside Frosted Amber Oranse
Blue Flametinl Green

lvory
Red Rose

Yellow

1t0 B c9 '190 B C9 90 B C,9 190 B C9 1t0 B C9 90 B C,9 -190 B C-9 1r0 B C,9 120 B C9 1r0 B C9 20 ts C-9 120 B C-9 120 B C9 1?O B C9 1.90 B C-9 190 B C9 190 B C9
,T

'1000

1000 1000

1000 -1000
1000 r 000 1000

465 430
..

e1,.{

914 4+ 211 4+

4%

'T

'1000
.

.

1000 '1000 1000 1000

..... ..... .....

...

.

2z e% e t; 2h 2i4 ei7 21:i

4+ 4i"

4+ 4+

4i 4;

4i6

G.E ]\ATT]RAL COLORED LAMPS

\

10s14/NG

954/NA

il t

60491/NA
Lamps with natural colored glass bulbs are recommended for use where-it is important to achieve color with a non-difrusing -bulb. They are used hore for specialized applications than for ordinary sign and decorative color effects. These lamps are primarily for indoor applicatioos. If the 6o'_watt gas.filled lamps are used outdoors it is best to Protect them from

molstufe.

Natural ruby and natural amber lamps are regularly furnished amber lamps used in photographic work will be furnished only when definitely specified,

in the lighter'shade. Dark ruby and d-ark
at the same price.

B.!c 10s14/NA
10s14/NB 10s14/NG 10sl 4/NR
10 10 10 10

Volt'
srd.
Std.

De,cription
Blue Green

Qtv.

Pks.

std'

Ch$

Apptor. Fit.mcnt HolE Lile

Over6ll
Lensth

M.r'

s-14 s-14

r5A/NA
254/NB
?5,A/NG

t5 ,5
95

s-l4 s-l4

A-19
A- t9
A-?1 A-21

254/NR

40A/NA
40ANB
4OA/NG

A-19 A-19

40A/NR

604r1/NA
60Ar1/NB 60421/NG
60491/NR-

40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60

A-tl
A-r1

A-91 A-21

A-21 A-21

Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

6 190
6-190 6-19A
ts

c-9 c-9

srd.
Std. Std. Std. Srd. Srd.

B
B

Ruby
Bh:c Green Ruby Blue

6-120 6,124

6124

C9 C9

1500 1500

3tt
3lz

'l500

c-9

'1500

6190 6190

B B
B

c9
c-9
C-9

6-120

c,9 C9 C9
c-9
C-9

5td.
Srd. Srd. Std.

6-190
6-'190

B B B B

Geen
Ruby Blue Green Ruby

sld.
Std. Std.

6 120 6,190 6-190 6-120

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
'1000 '1000

3'

3.,i

4+

C
C C C

't000
1000

4i6 41i

6190

C9

5rd.

c-9 c-9

4ii

4i+

4--

C.E LT]MILII{E LAMPS
)
.:, Loo

r-P\$

'

t" ^o\f
rrNilnB

.

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rrolv

Laolg$

r

..-.' {

'-r

L30

;oo

)

t*[
L3OiMB-

L60lMu
L3OiEM L6OiEM

L3o/o

Lumiline lamps give a continuous line of light making them well suited for builr-in lighting effects, particularly where space limitatioo is a factor such as in displays, niches, small coves, signs, mirrors, paintings and
luminous panels.

L60io

r ' , I
,t

L30/SPK
L6O/SPK

L3ois1
L6o/sT

These tubular incandescent lamps have contact caps at each end of the bulb. Specially designed sockets or lampholders are required. These lamps are supplied in inside coating which is not affected by moisr ure and weather condirions. lilowever, the lamps are generally considered for interior use.

i 160/\( L3o/R i L60/R

r L3o/w

Bulb

srd.

QlY.

Appror. M.r. Cl.$ Filament Hors Lumens Ovrl. Life Lgth,

130
L3O/IF

30 30
30

L3O/MB

L3o/EM

130/O

30
30

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8
T-8

130/SPK 130/ST

30 30
30

L3o/W
L3o/R 140 140/lF

T-8 T-8
T-8

140/MB L40/EM L4OIO
L40/SPK 140/ST

L40lR L60

140/\v
L6O TF

160/MB 160/EM

L6o/O
160/W

160/SPK

L6o/ST

30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8
T-8

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D;sc Disc

Disc
Disc

Disc Disc
Disc Disc

Disc
D;sc Disc

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd. Std. std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd Std. Std. Std. Sld. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Clear 6 94 Froded 6-24 Moonliqht Blue a.24 Emeiald .-r4 Orange 6 24 Surprire Pink a 24 Straw 6 94 Vhire 6,94 Red 6-94 Clear 94 lnside Frosted 94 Moonlisht Blue 6 24 Emerald 6 94 Orsnse 6-94 Surprise Pink 6'94 Straw 94 White 24 Red 6-94 Clear 94 lnside Frosted 94 Moonlisht Blue 6 94 Emerald 6-24 Oranse 6-94 Surprise Pink 6 94 94 Straw White 24
lnside

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B I B B B B

CB

C8
C.8 C.8 C-8

CB
C.8 C,8

C8 C8
C-B

CB

C8
C.E

C-8

CB CB
C-8 C-8

CB

C8
C,8 C-8

CB CB

soo l]li "1500 17ri 'r ii)L 5oo 1500 11, 1s00 1t X 1 soo 360 11 )l "1500 355 llli 15AO ..... l1ri. 15OO ... 11% 1500 ... 11z '1s00 ..... 11?,i lsaa ..... IIri 1500 ... 11% r s00 111i s00 560 11% 500 550 11% 15AO ..... 17?i 15AA ..... 1131 500 11)l 1500 ... 17?,i '1500 ... 11% 1so0 1t %
'l
'1
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"t500 950 17 % 151A 245 1l ll 'l: J0 1l )1 15AA ... 11i4

'1

39'

G-E STREET RAILWAY LAMPS

.- 15'

\
,,

.\
\
l

li
.:

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36A/RvH

*;-a

56Pt5

t: v

e4Pe5

u

36A/Rv 1A/419
564r1

F: \t,.u^,^,l

10r

A93

ll

t: r \ii

901PS30

1

51P5t5/18

The f0-volt cut-out lamps are of the gasfilled type and are provided with a cut- out feature which short circuits the individual lamp
uDon buroout. The num_

Headlight lamps are designed Headlighting - series with four lamps of corfor operation in respooding wattage and voltage used elsewhere in the car. Car Lighting - 5-in-series lamps are of the lamp voltage is approxiuacu.,m type. lndividual mately on6-6fth of rhe average trolley volrage. The J6-wirt and 56-watt lamps provide more satis' factory performance when operated io the vertical base-up position.
BolS

b'er of lamps required per circuit is determined 301PS35 by dividiog the average trolley roltage by 30. Shop and Yard Lighting-Arc-resisring lamps are provicled wirh a feature bujlt into the stem of rhe lamp to minimize the tendency to arc when a lamp in ibe 5-in-series circuit burns ou1. They are chiefly used in the lighting of shops and yards.
srd.

D.icription
Med. Med. Headlisht
Headlisht Headlisht

Pkr., Cl!$ Fihmol

Cntr, Ov . Lsth. Lsth,
1000 1000 1000 315 570 990

STREET RAILWAY LAMPS 36 A-19 364/RvH 56P25

91P95 CAR LIGHTING (5-in-Series) 1 36 56 A-21 56421(a lll D.rigi AmPs..34t

56 94

Sld.

190
190

P-25 P-95

Std.

Srd.

60 ts 60 B

B

c-s
C-s

Cs

M

Med. 30-Volt) Med. Med.

.190 B
30
30 5rd.
Std. Std. Std.

C-9

J65 585

9:,s

9)'t

I

CAR LIGHTING (Cutout
1 1.6A'1A.91
1 .6

Lamps

amo. A-9'l SHOP AND YARD LIGHTING (4tg B:l'nlf ) t 0't ,A93 Med. 101 A-23
1

amp. A-19

.190 c

1t0 c 60 c ce 60 c c9
94 C

51PS25/1 8

901P530
301PS35

151 201 301

120

PS-9s PS-30 PS-3s

Med. Med.

c

c-9

'1

1500

500

.1.1

50

1000

M"g.

C-9

'l000

3050 5000

i 6r'" 5rl 6-6 8+
43

1

93,t

40

C-E MART,ryE LAMPS
r.034/sl1
/sCP

I -t

50/50P95128
1OO/1OOP25/29

.

l

MGts
1Ml1Mlc4011
Geoeral Electric ma.ioe lamps ar€ especially designed to meet the

) ruonirtg ligbts,

exacting iequirements of marine se.vices. Included are lamps for seafchlights, siAnal lights, aod for divers' us€ uoderwater. Dependable operation is of vital idportanc€. Tbe needs of inr€rior illumination aboard ship are well met with ceo€ral Electric
general service lamps.

r'?
2MlI3Ol4
^r,, -Lr9I o""r-att L,le ,'e":.' l,"dh

WatG

srd.

Amps,

Qtv,

Cl.$

Filam€nl oer;qn

4,:,9g"

a

1MG'5
5015oP95128

Divins " Runnins Lishti

r 000

115
Std. Srd.

1O0l1O0P2sl29

Runnins Li3ht i
Sisna
I

,.034/S11/SCP

50 50 100 't 00

cable leads 3c mos.

4

60 60 120
94

3c mog.

1Ml1MlG40l1

t.03
1

Searchlight

eMll30l4
4Mlr32
*
To

Searchlisht S€archlight

000 1000

4

12
Std.

s. c. Pt.
3c mog.

C cs 50 , ' . 10"j c L-5 C9 C C5 l5O 3,',' 5 ,r; C9 C C.8 500 -l'{ 9rs C C 13D
c,.13 C-138 C-13D

r'&
4M l't32

9000 98 4000 110

Moe. Bip. Mos. Bip.

6 C 6 C

es sli '100 4 50 4

8

1a
14

b. buicd only undc,

watcr. Vithstands 300 poundr per rqu.re inch wat.r pre$ur..

C-E TRAFFIC SIGLYAL LAMPS
The traffic-signal beam candlepowers recommended by the Institute

of Tlaffrc Engineers are based on the light output of the standard 6o-watt traffic signal lamp. The 67-watt lamp is equivalent in light
output to the 6o-watt lamp and has longer life for group replacement which usually reduces maintenance expense and sigoal outages due to lamp burnouts. The 10o-watt and lll-watt lamps are used where there is high background brightness or where a special hazard may call for a
40A/TS 60491/TS

\
67 A'91 l4O

sigoal having unusually high attentioo-value.
Voll!
404/TS 60421/TS
40 60 67 't 00
111
Burhing Po5ilion

100411/TS 111491/T5

A-21

1004t1/TS
11

67A.21140

A-t1

1A?1/TS

A-tl

A-21 A-91

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

Srd.

5rd.
Std. Srd. Std.

i
I I

Bu,.

Down
To

Base

Sld, Approx. Lishl Mdx. P!e. Cla$ Fillmenl Hou6 Luftetu Citr. Ov'|. Lsth, Lgth. Qty. Lil€ 190 c-9 9000 360 ein 4ii .190
I

Horirontal l

120 194 r20

c c C c

c9
C9
c-9

C

C9

9000 665 3000 115 ?000 '1960 3000 ...

9,i

4+

4iE

C-E STREET LICHTII{C LAMPS

?68PS35/55

slsPs4o / s1
690PS40/53
3

,95PS35/58

7OPS40,'so

40sPS40/'54

800P559/79 860PS5t/80

17 sPS95

189P595 / 61

/63

85A23/48
99423 / 49

?500/66PS2s

320/66

9s00/7sPS95
r5oo/66R/PS9s

1M/66

1M/75 1 M/66R 1M/75R

t500/75R/P5r5

9s00/75 25oo/66R 9s0o/75R

tsoo /66

r\. 4Mi15BU 4Mr'1sRr'BU
4M/20BU

4M/66 1M/15 4M/66R 4Ml75R

.-, f-) 7 ,!-./

i-4

D----. lrl

10M/r0BU 10M/r0R/BU 15M/roBU

ili '-.1

/\
4M/158D

tt
l

tl /t

t!

ll
I

1r

It

4M/CoBD

4M/15R/BD

t i
6M/r0R/BU
6Ml?oBU

1oM/?oBD 10M/e0R/BD 1 5M/208D 6M/e0BD
6Mil20R
/ BD

Filameot forms and support construcrions oflamps in light face type are not exactly as illusrrated bur differ only slightly.

Use of multiple lamps in street lighting is steadily increasing. A multiple street lamp having a certain value of nominal lumens is designed to deliver the same average light ourput throughout life as the series lamp of corresponding lumen rating. Street series lamps, operated on coostantcurrent series circuits, have a slow increase in wattage and Flament temperature thr:oughout life, Hence the light output is maintained throughout life at a high percentage of initial
value.
MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS

Current variations affect sharply the performance of street series lamps. The current in street series circuits should therefore be adjusted as nearly as possible to rated value. The 3O0O-hour street lighting lamps are jntended for group replac(m(nt twice a 1ear. The "standard" (2000-hour series and 1500hour multiple) street lighting lamps are widely used for group replacemenr rhree rimer a year. Reference: General Electric Lamp Division Bulletin LS-106.4., "Analysis of Street Lighting Costs as Affected by Group Replacement,"
srd-

Dcsciplion
85 A.23148

Qtv.

Pkg.

Cla$

Fil.6cnt Houts

Lumens

Cnh.

Ovrl.

11sPS25163

268PS35/55 370PS40/s0
s

75PS40/51

800PS52/79

85 75 t68 370 515 800
't

A-t3
P5-25 PS-35 PS-40 PS-40 Ps-59

Med. Med. Mos. Mos Mog Mog.

5td.
Srd. Srd. Srd. Std. Srd.

6-1?0 C C9

60 r,1 94 24 6

c c9 c c9 C C 7A C C-7,\ C C 7A L9 c-9 a9 L9 C-7A a7A

Is00 .1500 t800
'1T50

'rs00 1600 1500 66s0
1s00
3000 3000 3000
30011

T500 11000
',15900

sri t
1 7
9)

a'ji

9t t 9) i

9)'t
13
,":

GROUP REPLACEMENT MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS 99423149
189P525164

"

29sPS3s/s8 40sPS40/54

6r0P540/53
860PSs2/80
STREET SERIES

92 189 295 405 620 860
LAMPS

A-23
PS-25 PS-35

PS-40 PS-40 PS-59

Med. Med. Mos Mog. Mog
Mo s.

Srd. Std.

5rd. Sld. srd. srd.

61?0 60 ,4 94 94 6

C c a L C C

3000 3000

.1

30 4:i s 9800 5rr 1104 l 64150 7 I0800 I 5300 9r ,i
1.1

6 i,;

9r, 9rr
13
9
,,,

r{

Od€ring

srd, Luhens Bulb

otv. Mos. Mog

Ch$ Fihn€il

a'9

Lile

L9lh.

Lsth.

9500/66PS2s 2500175P525

3eol; 1M166 1M175

3ro
1000 1000 2500 1500

PS-2s PS-9s
PS-95 PS-95 PS-95

2500166 t500/75 4M166 4M115 4M/158U 4M/158D 4M/208U 4M/208D 6M/66 6M/75 6M/208U 6M/908D 10M/208U 10M/208D 10M/66 15M/908U 15M/208D
1 1

t500 t500
4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 6000 6000 6000 6000

P5-35 PS-3s
PS-35 PS-35
PS-3 5

M"s. M"s. M"s. M"s.

PS-35 PS-35

Mos. Mos Mog. Mog Mos.

M"g

0M 1 0M 1 0M 1sM
1

15M

P5-35 PS-40 PS-40 PS-40 PS-40 P5-40 PS-40 PS-40 PS-40 PS-40

M"s

M"s.

Mog. Mos Mog.

Mog. Mos Mog. Mos Mog

M"s. M"s.

4.3 6.6 9.5 6.6 9.8 1.5 21 .5 6.6 .. 7.5 21.6 6.6 19.2 1.5 39.8 6.6 99.1 7.5 13.8 1 5 1 3.8 15 10.7 t0 10.7 20 44.4 6.6 49.1 7.5 14.9 20 14.9 t0 24.4 20 24.4 20 19.1 6.6 35.9 20 35.9 90 9.8 8.7 29.3 . 22.4 19.8 34.9 30.0 14.6 1 4.6 50.0 45.0 15.7 15.4 86.6 25.3 t 5.3
6.6
7.5

60
ar(')

Base Up Base Up

60

,4
Base Up Base Down Base Up

94 21 24 94 91
19

Ba,e Down
Base Up Base Down Base Up Base Down Ease Up Base Down

24

t4

t4
21

1t

94
21

L L C C C C C C c. C . C C C C C L L C C (

t000 5rr L8 2000 5rs t000 5:,, CB C2V t000 5r, C,9V 20c0 5'\ C'V 2000 7 9OOO I C9V 9000 7 C.'V t000 ./ arv 9000 7 C?V 2000 6L r C'V t00O 7 C'V 9000 611 C-'V 9000 7 9OOO 7 C-9V C'V SOOO 7 C?V t000 6!.i IOOO I L7 9000 6 r.i L7 C7,1 2000 l c-7 IOOO 7 (7 SOOC 6r i
C,8

7rq

7's
9tr,
9

rr, 7'\
7r\ 9rr
9:!i
9x
9

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9r \

rr

,

9r\ 9 r;
9 rrr

9)j
9l

9rt 9r i
91i

r

9) i 91r

GROUP REPLACEMENT SERIES LAMPS
1000 1000 r500/66R/PS25 2500

M/66R M/75R

PS-rs
PS-t 5 PS-25
PS-2 5

rs00/7sR/Ps25 r500

M"g

6.6
1.5

2500/66R 2500/75R 4M/66R 4M/75R

2500 2500 4000 40oo 4M/15R/BU 4000 4M/15R/BD 4000 6000 6000 6000 6M/20R/BD 6000 1 10000 1oM/roR/BU 10000 1oM/roR/BD 10000

PS-35

PS-3s P5-35
PS-35

Mos Mos Mos. Mog. Mos

Base Up Base Up

6.6
7.5

6.6
7.5
15

M"s

6M/66R 6M/75R 6M/'0R/BU 0M/66R

M"s.
Mog. Mog. Mos Mos. Mos. Mog.
Mo s.

15

Bare Up Base Up
Base Up Base Down Base Up Ease Down

PS-40 PS-40 PS-40
PS"40

6.6
7.5

60 c c8 60 C C8 ()a) c c tv arO (- a-?V 91 c (--?v 94 a c.-2v 24 C C'V ,1 C C?V 94 C L -?V ,1 C C9V 1' . C9V

3000 5,r " 3000 5r! 3000 5j\
3OO0 11000
5:' r
1

7ti
7Li

7ls

PS-40 PS-40 PS-40

90 90 6.6 20 20

3000 I 1000 I 3000 7 lo{ilO I 3000 6r 300c 7 112 C C9V t000 I (tV 19 C 3o0c I 3{){10 6r i 1' (- L-tV (-rA 3000 7 ,4 C 3000 7 21 C C7 3000 6rr 94 C C7
r

9's

9r\

tlr
el el

er i
9:l '
L

t

9rr

G.E AVIATIOI{ LAMPS

I

ltl

:--.&i

l*,*

::g? €"

t5A/cL
6.64/T10P

50Ai cLAr'S

v-l t3/ r.ltt .

6.6All1Ol1P

100491 P

40491P

4t0Gt5P

-& rn
,2=4
5OoTt0/95

,irillt, \ lt , Hy,

\u/

'|

5A15iCL

6.6AlI11P

F5000 F3RP1'/BL 40T10P

Airway and airport lamps and airplane landing lamps are generally used in projection type of equipment. Io G-E Aviation Lamps for these applications the filaments are accurately positioned to aid in providiog the desired beam patterns.
Apptor, Std. De5c'iDtion Plq. (lss Fil.meFt Hou6 Lile Oly.
Lisht
LErh.

Oderins

Ov,l.
Lsth.

s00Ps40/45
620PS40P

500

6roPs40/1P
500T20/13

620 620
500 500 500 1000 1000 1000

PS-40 PS-40 PS-40

Mog. Pf.

Std.

5OOI20lr4
500T20P/AB 1M/T90BP
1M/T?OBP

T-r0
T-90

Mog. Pf. Mos. Pf. Med. Bip. Mos. Pt, Mos. Bip.

5td.
Std. Std. Std. Srd.

Code Beacon Code Beacon Codc Beacon

f-20
T-!0
T-20 r -90

M"s.

Airway Beacon[-r
On course Bea.(!, On Course Bea. i:-l

1M/Tr0AB
420G25P 420G95P

Mor. Bip. M"s.
Mos. Pf. Mos. Pl. Mos. Pf.
D.C.lndexins D.C.lndexins

30
Std. Std.

Airway Beaconi,l Airwav Beacon!) Airway Beacone
Landing

24 c c-9 1000 94 c c-7A 3000 94cc743000 19 c c,138 500 '19 c c-13 8 800 19 C C13B 800 19 c c-',13 500 at c c-'T3 s00 19 a c-13 500
12

9900

5li
3

10+ 10+
't

0,'*

4%
4

e+ e 1., et,
9lr,:

490Gr5P
F3RP12/BL F5000

35OPAR '5OPAR
4OOPAR

100421P 6.6A/T1oP

6.6AlI10l1P 6.6AlI14P
500Tr0/25
1500T24 3M/T39

6.6A/PAR56

420 G-25 420 G-25 420 G-25 3 RP-1t 4 RP-12 rso PAR-56 3s0 PAR-56 400 PAR-56 100 A-91 45 T-10 30 T-10 200 T-14 100 PAR-56 500 l-to 't 500 T-t4
3000
15 25 T-39

24-t8

12-16
12.5 25 115

24 98

1'

Landins O Landins G) U. V. lnst. U. V. lnst.

12 19 .1t0 12A

C C9V

c c-9v C C-9V '1oo
1OO

4l

i

9*!

100

1i+

5,i
9

r'"

Mos. Prong Mos. Prong Mog. Prong Med. Pl.
Pl. Med. PI. Med. Pf. Mog. Prong Med. Pf.

Med.

6.64.
6.6,4.
5td. 32
Srd. Std. Srd. Std. Srd.

Std.

Approach iir Approach i1) Approach it.r Marker ii'
Marker.i':-r

6.64.

6.6,A.

Mos. Bip.

Marker l1-r Marker !Ma,ker Marker

1541 5/CL

254/CL
40T10P

A-1

A-19
T-10

5

40421P

504/CL/VS
67A'9114O

100A21 /Ts
1

11421/TS 325166lA91

40 40 50 61 100
111

A-19

A-21

A-tl
4,21

4,91

A-21 A-91

1O901661A91

Mog. Bip. Med. Med. Med. Pf. Med. Pf. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Pf. Med. Pl.

Floodlisht O Floodlisht (, Wind Direction
Boundary Marker

e c Bc Bc 190 C 60 C 60 c 94 c I c 94 c 12 c 5 C
19c,
B
B

100 c6 c,13 100 cc-13 100 CC 2V 9000 C9V 1000 c-9v 000 c-13 15 50 c6 50 c13 c- 138 00 100 C13B
',r
',T

5 5 5

2%

11lj
1t t 5%
5

531

1Al.:
14

c-9

120
6A

Marker O

Obr. Marker

5rd.
Std. Srd.

6.64.
6.6A.

Traffic Sienal Traffic 5ienal iq) Traffic Sisnal

It (t

190 19.,
120 190

c cc av

C9

1904
'1000 965 555

93i

3ta

L CC 9V
B

c
C C C C

Marker

194 124
190

C9

c-9 c-9
c-8 CB

C9

1000 9000 1000 3000 9000 3000
2AAO

1li

214

2)i e)i
4ii

715 1960
-1090

9000

3ri

e)l

27i

5

,."

lt Euriiis position 45'bas. down .t B{rn bse down lo ho,iroiGl.

to horilonlrl.

50oT?0P/AB

,Yn
|

r'-li J} 'IL
f

1,,,;i, "iY t

Htr
4OOPAR '5OPAR 35OPAR

1M[9oBP

1500Tt4

Code Beacon Lamps are frequently used as obstruction markers on tall structules. The 5o0PS4o/45 rated at looo hours is generally used where lamp replacement is easy. The 3ooo-hour
62oPS4oP allows the economy of group replacement especially where maintenance is di{ficuli. The 62oPS4o/1P has a "hard glass" bulb aod is used jn units where water leakage would cause breakage of the ''soft glass" bulbs such as used

lamps listed are the basic light sources. For Airplane Landing Lights 42o-statt G-25 bulb lamps are generally used in 10-ioch reflectors located io the leading edge of the wing. Sealed beam type of landing lamps are commonly used on newer aircraft, They are listed in General Electric Miniature Lamp Schedules and
Catalogs.

oo the other two lamps. Preseot practice in Airport Approach Lighting uses "line-shaped" fixtures having between 5 and 10 PAR-56 sealed beam type of lamps mounted in a row. 'Vhatever the length of fixture or pattern offixture arraogement, the three PAR-56

Low intensity, semi-flush Airport-Runway Marker lights, about 2 inches high,

use A-21 lamps. Medium intensity elevated lights, about 2 feet high, use
5ooT2o 125 t^mps.

T-1o lamps. Higher intensity elevated lights, on runways where instrument landiogs are made. use 6.6A1^It+P and

C-E TRAII{ A]VD LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS

I

IrJ

d

B
6s6
656/5SC

?
656/B

154
95417/RS

w
50419/RS
5OA/RS

t5A

ls
,roT8+/lF 95T8+/tF

15S11i3DC

30511/100 30s11DC

15s14/tF

1004t1/3

w
lo0Arli4
504t1
1004

TRAIN LIGHTING Train lighting lamps are specially designed to withstaod the intense vibrations and shocks encountered io this service. In general they are available for operation on either 3O-, 34- or 6o"volt direct current circuits. To insure satisfactoty life, voltage regulating devices must be kept adjusted to the proper voltage so that the voltage at the lamp socket coffesponds with that shown on the lamp marking.

LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING

The 2OO PAR lamp is of the sealed beam type of the all-glass construction incorporating the filament, reflector and coverglass in a slngle unit. It is cusromary ro operate one lamp for switching locomotives and two for road locomotives. $i/hen applied to Diesel-electric locomotives, fixed resistors are installed in the circuit

to reduce the line voltage to 30 volts,

the loo{2lf3, 32-vok lamp is reiommended

N(here separate reflectors and lamps are used,

TRAIN LIGHTING LAMPS

Volt!
6s6 656/8 6 6 5-6 s-6
Cand. Cand.

De!.ription

P&s. Cl.$ otv.

std,

Appror. Light M.x. Filldent Ho!6 Lum€ns Citr. Ovrl. Life Lsth. Lgih.

30 30 glossy blue 30

154 954

15A
25A'
F

9518+

30s11/100
30s1 1 DC
40"18+ ltF

404

40A'

50421

50Atl
100A

2s 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 100

15 15 25 95

A-17 A-19 I-8)a
s,1 1 s"11

A-17

A-19

Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. D. C. Bay.
D. (.
Bav.

60
30

60
30 32

lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside lnside

Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted

T-Bl

A-19 ' A-19

A-91 A-91

A-93

Med. Med. Med, Med. Med, Med.

64 60
30

Train Marker
Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted

60 30

60
60

940 B 94A g 1?0 C 190 B 1t0 c 120 C 60c 190 C 190 C 60c 120 C 19A C 120 c 1t0 c 190 C

c9v 1500 50 ....
c-9 c-9 CB c-7A
C-74

17.;

C9 C9

1000 1000 1000 1000
'1000
1000

1500 .....

179

150 350
985
.

1000 . ..

C9 c.9
c-9 c-9 c-9

C8

500

500

1000 . ..

.....

345

r:i 1% 3t4 eri 3'4 e% 3i; 2% 3i* .. 5i4 1\ 2\ 1ri 2r; .. sli
2

1000 .....

1000 1000

810

710

e% 4% 2h 4% 331 4i: 3% 4l+ 4% 6+

46

5
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I

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300P95

360G25/56
95OP95192

H
ri;ii
950P95

'OOPAR

is recommende<i. LOCOMOTIVE CAB LIGHTING The 3,1-volt lamps are intended for use in steam locomotive cabs. The 60-volt lamps are for Diesel-electric locomorives equippecl with voltage regulators, er'hereas the 75-volt lamps are for use in Diesel-electric locomotives not thus equipped. The 656 lamps are usecl either as indicators or for instrument lighting. The 25- and 5O-wart
DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS

for switching service. In similar equipment used on road locomotives rhe 250,wait P.zl lamp
300P25P

480G30

lamps are for use in thc engine companmenr

as

well as for cab lighting. The 3o-watt S- 1 1 lamp is mainly a marker or classification lamp, operated in series with a resistant c on Dirsel-rlectric locom(rrives.

Ord€ring 6s6/ssc
6S6/5SC

WdtG

BulS

B

e

Volk 60 75 15 34 60 15 64 34 60 15

Desdiption

Qtv.

Pke. Cld$

srd,

Filamenl

Cnlr.

Ovrl,

15511/3DC 1 5s14/tF

2sA1 7/RS 25417/RS
30S11/DC

s0419/Rs
50A19/RS

504/RS

6 6 15 15 ,5 25 30 50 50 so
V.tk

5-6 5-6 S-11 S-l4 4"17 A-17 S-11 A-19 A-19 A-19
Bulb

S. C. Bav. S. C. Bav. D. C. Bay.

lndicdtor
lndica(or

Marl Med. Med.

Marker
Cab

cab
Cab

D. C. Bay.

Marker
Ensine Room Engin€ Room Ensine Room

Med. Med. Med.

'r20 B lto B 1r0 Lt 120 C 1r0 ll rto lt 120 C 124 3 1t0 B r20 B
5rd.

al (

aT

T5C0 ..
r500 T 000

L!l

T

[9 C7,/\ (9 (_9 c9

c-9

I000 1000 T0c0 5ij|
1U00
T

.l

39

,'," 1 l,l 1,", 1ll 1rr tr\
1

t45
345

000

5t5

Trr t.j\ 9t: 3li 2 ! 3i;
Liehl
Cnt'. Ov'1.

DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING LAMPS

Ardcriis

B.r.
3? Base Down Base Down

Qtv,

1004t1/3
100 A.21
14

950P?5 'OOPAR

t5oPr5l22
300P?5 300P95P

480G30

360Gts/56

100 100 t00 250 250 300 3O0 360 480 5 50 100 900 250 t50
1

A-91 Med. A-t1 Med. PAR-s6 Screiv Term. P-ts Med. P-25 Med. PL P-25 Med. P-95 Mad PI Mog. Pf. G-9s G-30 Med. Bip. S-14 A-19 A-21 PAR-56 P-95 P-95
Med. Med. Med.
Screw Term.

60
30
32 32

to Ho,iz. to Horiz.

190 190

60 60
12 19

Horironta I Base Down to Ho,iz. Base Down to Ho,iz. Ease Down to Horiz. Base Down to Horir. Base Down to Horiz. B€se Down to Horiz.

c5 C C.5 I C C 13 60 C C5,A 60 C C,sA 6A L L5 60 C C5 19 C CC.8 C CC,6 B B L c c c

c

500
500

1550

3 3 3 a:\
Li;

500

500 .f 500 500 4500 500 ..
500 500 50o

e

t

:

2,",

1lt

5

,\

,

STEAM LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS
r 5s14/lF

(CAb d.d Headlisltins)

504/RS 100A2113
250P25 'OOPAR 9s0P95199
betr€en

Med.

Med.
Pf.

34 34 32 30 32 32

Base

Any Down to Horir.
Horizontal to Horiz. to Horiz.

Any

Base Down Base Down

190 190 r90 I 60 60

C9 1000 139 C9 T000 .. c5 500 1550 c-13 500 a-54 500 4500 c 5A 500 4500

2).: 3rI 3
I
a;'
5

L

rl'lJnsatkf.ctory lahp op€ralion is likely lo occu, in burnins positions 6etween horiront.l .nd

45'lroft

b.se 0p and basc up.

5.,. up, p.ni.ul.rly

"',

LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTI]YG SERVICE
(

6-VoIt, L2-VoIt anrl 30-VoIt Lamps )

E!' rt
6s6

ti

!'

F= E
5514

;Ea

15A

e3

254 lW

254 These lamps are designed for operation on battery-generator sets such as used in rural areas. They are the same lamps as used in 3o-volt train lighting systems.
3O-VOLT LAMPS
Otv.

50A 21

w
Lishl Appror, Hou^ Lumen! Cnlr. Lsth. Lile

w
100A
Ov,l.

Pks, Cla*

5rd.

Filament

L",f

5S14
6S6

5

954 r5A/!V
50421

154

6
15

s-6

s-l4
A-19
A-17
A-21
3

Med.
Cand.

30

Clear
Clear lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

25

A-1 9 50 100

1004

A-t

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

30 30 30 30
30 30

White lnside Frosted lnside Froded

B C-9 lra B C 2"/ 120 c c9 19A c c9 1?O C C9 190 c c-9 1t0 c c9

'190

1000 43 .... .1500 50 .1000 119 2rr '1000 350 91 '1000 2t t '1000.1850 810 3:i r 11. r00o
.z

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h --r!

ri {j'
c.l

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15A

5514 10s14

€3
?5A

6s6

w
s0A?1

6-and 12-volt lamps in low-wattage sizes are used on barrery-generator outlits, for a.,tomobiles, boats, hotrse trailers. airplanes and places where electric utility service is not available. Low volraee lamp., becaure of their higher currenr for a gir en watt.rge. are more n!,ged. and io general more efficient th.rn standard voltage
lamps.
6- AND 1'-VOLT LAMPS

Pks. Cl.$
Qtv.

sld.

Lisht
Filament Lsth,

Ov,l.
Lsth,

5S14

10s14

1sA 254
50A

21

5S14 6S6

154

50421

5 10 15 95 s0 s 6 15 ?5 50

s-14 s-14

A-17
s-14
5-6

A-19

A-t1

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Cand.

6

Clea,

6
6

6 6
12 12

Clea' lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Froded
Sisn Clear

A-19
A-21

A-11

Med. Med. Med.

12
12

lnside Frosted lnside Froded lnside Frop{ed

12A a r90 c 1r0 B 940 B 120 c 190 c r90 c

190 c c6 190 c c6 190 C C6

c6 c-6 C6 CrV c6 c6 c6

',1000

T000 1000

4A

1000 1000 '1s00

1s00 1000 1000
1000

'r90 2ri 350 91, 800 3trs 15 2)t 4B 900 9ri 360 9) 8to 3 rr
a

t20

3r: 3t t ;1: 1";
35!

4a

G.E HIGH VOLTACE LAMPS
230-250 Volts

ri

!i.f
\ri
I

!,a

g*l l +-q:
l l

50419 /37 50A19/38

w
ooA/CL
ooA/RS
150PS95

tii

300Ms

These lamps, which are somewhat less rugged and less efhcient than 115-125-volt lamps, are made available for use in the relatively few locations where only the higher voltage is available.

The filaments in high voltage lamps are thinner and longer than those in standard voltage lamps, This results in a lower eficiency as compared with standard voltage lamps.
Due to lack of space only clear lamps are illustrated.

Std. App'ox. Pks, Cla* F lament Hoo6 Lile Oty.

Lisht
Lumens

Owl.
Lsth. Lslh.

154

t5A
504

954/R
s0A /RS 60A21
1

50419/37 50419/38

100A/cL
l ooA/RS 1 50PS95

004

200
2O0llF

300Ms
300 300/rF

500 500/lF 750

750lF
't

000 1000/lF 1500

750 1000 1000 1500

15 A-17 25 A-19 25 A-19 50 A-19 50 A-19 50 A-19 50 A-19 60 A-r1 100 A-93 100 A-93 100 A-r3 1s0 Ps-95 t00 Ps-30 t00 PS-30 300 Ps-35 300 PS-35 300 PS-3s 500 P5-40 500 Ps-40 750 PS-59
PS-5?
PS"52

Ps-5t
Ps-52

Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Skt. Mos. M"s. Mog. Mog. Mos. M"s. Mog. Mos. Mos.

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Red

lnside Froded
Rouoh Service

t1.",

Com. Oven lnside Froded

lnside Frosted
Clear Rough Service
Clear

Cleat

lnside Frosted
Clear

Cle"r lnside Frosted
Clear lnside Frosted

(lear

lnside Frosted
Clear

lnside Frostcd Clear r

1to B 120 u 190 B 1?.t) B 120 B 190 B 190 ts 190 ts 120 c 12A ( 190 {_ 60 c 60 C 60 c 24 c 21 a 94 C 24 a 24 C 6 C 6 c 6 c 6 c 6 C

Cs c 17 L-',r7 a ll C 22 C-t7 C '17 c 17 c1A a.lA C I7 c 7A C9 c9 C 7A a-lA C-7A a 7A C74 C:7A c-74 c 7A c 7A C-74

toOo 190 1000 224 1000 1000 415 .1000 450 1000 180 "1000 1AA 1000 585 r000 r260 1000 1960 1000 900 1000 9050 '1000 3000 1000 3000 .1000 4850 1000 4800 '1000 4800 1000 .1000 8850
1000',t4900

9r"
21

3ii
3li
3i;
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1000 1,1200 1000 ',19700 1000 19700 1000 28s00

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13
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b .

down bul lum.n miintc..nce h

b$l

whcn buhed ycni<.Uy

19

G.E HOME APPLIA]\CE LAMPS A]YD I{IGHT LICHT LAMPS
r+l \Al
F*1
40Al s /1
40 415 /29

'&

5511/102

\,gt
50A19/31 50A19/38

rF (t
1c7

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fir

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i].

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.11,

100A?3/t0

|=l ts=?
15T7N

10c7DC

15T7DC

srlDc /tF

l
t5T8DC

Lamps intended fot

use

windings, which assute their efficient operation in service. The 15T7 lamps are for use in sewing machines and other appliances when vibration is
for vacuum cleaners withstand shock and vibration. 7C7 lamps are available in various colors for nighr lights.

const-ruction or filament

under conditions where they may be subiected to vibration or shock have special features such as filament wire, mount

Lamps intended for service under extremely high temperatutes have a special basing cement and other special features which assure improved opefation and longer life.

I
i:

$
95T8DC ltF

The 4o{t5 /22 withstands range oven temperatures up to 1754F. The bake oven lamps withstand up to 6OOoF,

a factor. The 2 5T8

lamps

The 15S11/102 and 4oA15/1 lamps are used io refrigerators and appliances where small sized lamps are
required.

Bs.
7C7lW
1C7

Voll,

Der.ription
Nisht Light Nisht Light Nisht Lisht Nisht Light Nisht Lisht Nisht Lisht Appliance Appliance
A ppliance Home Oven Bake Oven Bake Oven Bake Oven
Ranges

srd,

Qtv,

Pkg-

Apprc!, Lisht M.!, Hou,s L0mens Center Ovrl. Life Leneth Lensth

1C7lG 1C7lO 7c7lR
15T7DC l sT7DC/rF 15T7C

lB

15T7N
2sT8DC

25T8DC/tF

s0419/31 s0419/38
1

40A15ltt
0c7

100Ar3/!0
10c7Dc
15S11/102

4041s/1

1 C-1 1 C-7 7 C-1 7 C-1 7 C-1 7 (1 15 T-7 15 T-7 't 5 T-7 15 T-7 25 T-8 t5 T-8 40 A-15 50 A-19 50 A-19 100 A"t3 10 c-7 10 c-7 1 5 S-11 40 A-1 5

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. c."d Canci. D. C. Bay. D. (. Bay. Cand. lnter. D. C. Bav. D. C. Bay. Med. Med. Med. Med. Cand. D. C. Bay. Med. Med.

115-125 115-125

115-125 115-125 115-195

115-1t5
Std. Srd. Std. Std. Std.

std. 115-125
Std.

Hieh
Std.
11

5-125 115-1?5 115-125 115-195

and Radios Relriserator

91A B 94A B 24a.) B 94A B 240 ts 94A B 60 B 60 B 60 ts 60 B 60 B 60 B 1r0 C 19a B 12A ts '190 C 94A B 120 I 19A B 120 C

C7A
C-74 C 7A C7,A

3000
3000 3000 3000 3000 3000

c-7A

c-1

ClA C-1 Cl
C-'1

.... .... ....
..

,15

eti 9ri

104
'T05

..

Cl

C9 C9 C-lt

C-1

C7A
C-74
C-9

CC 6

C7A

944 .... .. 935 l5A 435 2:i '1000 520 2l.! 1000 480 9l:, 'l ooo 1550 4ls i40 r, 40 400 140 .... 1000 4so 2%

105

e31

eii
4

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3.).i

50

r
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/\
NE.2

G.E GLOW' LAMPS
.6b
(,:,

t.-il
NE-51

NE-57

fri lJi
NE-17

.rt Fi r!4.

it:
AR.3
NE-45 NE-58

te f ia; I '*
AR.4
t{E-16 NE.48

,

NE-30 \ {'

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ffi
6,
7.

NE-s6 fil

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rtl

NE.32

AR-1 NE-3il NE-40

G-E NEON

life of your product. 3. Low current consumption. 4. Variety of sizes and w^tt^ges
'evatt

l Distinctive orange-red glow-no colored cover glass needed. 2. Dependable long life generally last to 3-watt.

GLOV LAMPS 5. Wirhsraod vibration, shock no wire
fitament.

Operate on A-C or D-C.
Operate on lO5-125 volt circuits withour need for voltage reduction.
S..ew Baie Limps Reqoi.ed series .esi5ro. mounred within

- ll25

8. Practically no heat given off.
as

G.E ARGON GLOW LAMPS These lamps radiate principally in the 365oA" re8ion and are, therefore, suitable low wattage sources of "black light." Also for photographic contact prinrers.

base. See values ma.k.d "lN

in ..l,,mn

small

''Series R€tisianc€." Lamps mar be applied to hi8he. ci.cun vohaaes by use o{ slnabte

TYPICAL

G.E GLO$/' LAMP APPLICATIONS

Broil€rs Calculaiira
Clocks

(flashins)

Clorhes Drye.s

Pullers Glue Pors Grills Hear Coorlols Heate.s Heatios Pads Household ADpliances Iodicarors Iodu5r.ialConrrok I.srruDe.rs Inrercommudicatiod Sets
Fuse

I.ons

l.oning Machines Lo(arors Meliins Pors
Ni8hr Lights Pilot Lishts
Ranses

Ofrce Machines

Bayo.et B.se Lamps External r€sisro. mun be provided ro limn (u..eor to normal amounr. Exteroal resi o.s. to be 3upplied by use., should be ofibe vatues marked "!x in column Series Resisance fo. .ated volc. see rable beloq.

Radio Equipmenr Refrieerarors
Roasters

SllfetySwitches
Se.vice Parcl{

Ufil
BulS

p.ckds€ qua.tity, 10, stdnddrd pdcldse audntlty, 100, un 6s orh€rwir€ ioled.

GLOV LAMPS

8.t.

vohr

Appror. M.r. L.np Shniis Ov.r Od.r Volure : .ll AbbrcV. AC DC LEIh, 65 65 6s 65 56 ss 90 90 9a 9a ';: 70 la 1,ri rri '1% 1V 1 131 th

R.si't.

S.ri.'
O'er

1/95 I-9
1,/25

% % , %
%

r"4\l

R.3%

r4h
r-4%

r4h
14% r.4%

% 1 1 I I 3

t4, \

Unbaed 105 195 NE 9al) S. C Bov. 10s ]!s NE,51 105 125 S.r.w NE 45 D. C. Bdy. cand 10s 195 NE 48 D C. Bav. 1O5 125 Cdfd. NE 16a!r Screw 105 1t5 NE,57 D 8d, 1o5 Tls Cdnd NE 17 ii Cd Screw ros 195 AR.3
D.

!00000

EX

?5,000 w
Over

T1

TOOOOO,EX

30000 N
3OOOO EX

1!,000 v l1 7,500 P.3 Ove, 7,s00 P 3

30OOO EX 3OOOO.IN

3o0oo EX 1s000 tN 15000.EX 100000 tN

I

r 4rl
G.10

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Bdy

arl -r0s-195

AR

4

aa 115 1r1 ao 115 1tl
65 60 60 60 60 65 60 9A 85 85 8s 85 9A 85 1% rt 9,'i 9r+ 3,1tr 3r1 3ii

G 10
S-T4

5 T4

s t4

5crew scr€w D C 8dy. Cand. Screw Screw s.rew 5crew

!50 10s T?5 10s-1!s 910 9s0 105-T95 10s 195 105.195
910

NE.58 NE-30 NE 3? NE.56 NE 34 AR.r NE 40

4800

N

48oO.EX

40soo tN

35oO N
3500 tN

r9OO N

........ P3 5,000 Pt(-97 5,000 PW 97 ii) 1,000 P-3 a;) 1,000 P 3 o,e, 7,500 P 3 (a 5,000 P\( 5 s,000 P\( 5 o 5,000 Pv s (t 8,000 p.! atl 3000 P! o 8,000 p 4

r/. oot ..ppt .od. v"aa d1 ..p" .,..on. io,oo If D. qn.dro o g.o. D D.oo""..odo.d. id-p".. o'.o Ufir pdc[as€ qud.tity 100,5tdfddrd pdckdse, 1000 Shows vd u€s for indicaro, use oh A C. uh e$ orh?rai,. nored LhonD C , dppro: mdre / oO% ot A. C v.lue .d.. Lrr',o.o,cb, o. lo' i ,1 d'o u1" lo 'nd,do," "..?. o',d_6s""^. A. C. vo rJ. mdy b. operted on 13s volt D. C Ultrdv olei ourDur dropr ro 50% fir .l in 1000 hou6 on 9 w.rr dnd in T 50 houn on th. ta wdr. Mo5t s ow dmps wil nd,r bzlow rh s vokdsz.

G.E PILOT LAMPS AI\D II{DICATOR LAMPS
-A ljr 'r n,4ft (t Lfj
656

i

,l jt

11A/r1C ' 356/5
S6-bulb lamps

!

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.c.-

I tt

656/R

.y,-

V
6s6/7

irl rir

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656DC

6t 4il1

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+",

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1

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15T6

1os6/13 1osl1179

*
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h6

in homes and industry but are not designed to withstand vibration or shock. The 6T4lz lamp
uses

havemany is used where space re- tral station power switch. quires a small lamp. The boards. The ilA/T4C is 10S 1 1 lamps are used used on power switchwhere more light is needed. boards in a G. E. receptacle
15T6lamps are used in
srd,

cen-

containing voltage reducing
App,or, Lisht Mtr, Hour Luh.ns Cntr. Ovrl. Life Lsth, Lsth,
3000 1s00
-1s00
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Pks. Cl.$
24a
B B B

Filrment

3s6/5 656 656 6s6 656/R
65617

6s6iw

656bc
614i l1 10s6/10
1os6/1 3 1O511179
1

0s1

1

/46

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 10 10 10 10
15 15w .114

3 6

s-6

s-6
5-6
5-6 5-6

5-6 5-6 s-6 T-4)
5-6

i

s-6
s-11 s-11 T-6 T-6 T-4

15T6

15T6

11AlI4C

Cand. Std. Cand. 12 Cand. 135,145 & 155 Cand. std. Cand. Std. Cand. Std. D.C.Bay. Srd. Inter. Std. Cand. std. Cand. H;sh lnter. Hish Cand. Std. Cand. Ski ed Std. Cand. Std. Cand 140 Cand. 18

94o
240 24A 910 94a 12a .190
1aa

c c

A, 2v
t

B B B
B B B B

c 7A c 7,A

c-7,A

1s00 500

12 48 36 .. 41
41
l

94o
19O 190
'190

60 6a 1oo

B B B B

c-7A ',]s00 C]TA l soo c 7A 1500 c-7,A 1500 c-.1 .1500 c,1 s00 C 7A lsoo c 7,A 1500 c,1 9000 9000 ct c-9v 9000
'1

1o 1ii 39 .. 1% 65 .... 111 65 .... 1|" 80 1Ys 2%
11A

ilij

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1',i

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G-E MICROSCOPE LAMPS, X-RAY LAMP, DOCTOR'S HEADLAMP, A]\D SCALE ILLT]MINATOR LAMPS
The 1ooT8%/8 ot IooTBY2/g lamps, in compact microscope spotlights, are used to jlluminare specimens on rhe microscope stage. The zooP25l26 lamp, wirh irs inside-frosted daylight bulb, is widely used in X-ray Viewers. Some X-ray illuminators use daylight fluorescent lamps, mostly the l5-watt T-I2 or the 32-\,att circline lamp. The 15S11/14 lamp has a concentrated 6lament and clear bulb. designed especially for rhe headlamp many docrors"use w6ile examining
patients.

I

39
2OOP25196

..

U
1oor}+ls
100r8;/8

[r
LIJ

15511114

ilt \JI

r5T6iDC r5T6+DC/rF

The elongated filaments and small bulb diamerer of rhe 25T6rzDC and 25T6t2DLllE lamps are designed to light the dials of scales

of weighing equipment. The bayonet will not vibrate loose,
Aep'or. std. PLs. Cl.$ Fil.m.nl Houu Lud.nr Lil. OlY.

base

Lishl
Cnit. Lsth.

oel.
Lslh.

1ooT8i/8
100T8+/9

t00P9s/r6
95T6+DC 95T6+DC/tF 15511 11 4

100 100 100
95 95 15

r-8%
P-95

r-8% r-6%
T.61,4 s-1 I

Med. Pl. Med. Med,
D.C.Bay. D.C.Bay.
Cand.

Srd.

115-1t5
Std. Std. Srd.

srd.

Micro. O Micro. O
Sca

X-Rav @
le
Scale

Headlamp

cc-.l3 50 18sO 94C cc-13 50 18sO 60c c-7}. '1000 100 ..... 940 608 c-B 608 c-8 1000 235 190 B c-5 900 145
within !.1. linitJ.

s%
4%

5\

s% s%

9\

O Blh b... dow.. For u!. i. equipn.ni !r..i.lly d..lg..d Io nlintlin bulb.nd b.t. l.mp.r!lur., O Buh b.s. dorn to horironLl.

G-E SOUI{D REPRODT]CER LAMPS
lamps used for theatre movie film sound reproduction. Each wJs pioncered bv Gcneral flectric ro m..t thl ex2.r requirements of the opricrl sys-

below are rhe mosr popular

Illustrated here and described

ird

#
4Alr8le5
5AlT8SC 5AlT8SCP 7.sA/T8SC

,i
J"L
7.s A/T8SCP

tem wirh wbich it is used. Similar .lamps for 16 mm. projectors are also available.

U
?A/T8SC

e

f"l

'

SOUND REPRODUCER LAMPS (Buh Base Down)
Orderins
Am!5.
Butb

srd,

eAlT8SC 2A|T8SCP 4Alr8lr5 4A|T8SCP 5A/T8SC 5A/T85CP 7.5A./TBSC 7.5A./T8SCP

otv.
2 e T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Cnt.

Owl.

S. C. Bay.

4 4
5 5

s. c.

Pr

8 8

5. C. Bay.

s. c. Pf.

7s 7.s

S. C. Bay. S, C, PI. 5. C. Bay. 5. C. Pl.

8.5 9

10
10 10 10

,4 l 24 t_ 2.1 C 94 C 94 C 91 a 94 C C '4

L6 L6
a6 a6
C6
C(;

1Ca

'I60
T

':'

3r\

C6 C6

00 670 500 580 IC0 r 000 'r 00 1000 'I LtO 1600 100 laoo

:',
3\

3r\
3L\

:r, 3r. :'\

c-E PROJECTIOT{ LAMPS

A
Itt
150T8/tSC

The majority of General Electric lamps for picture projection are described in rhe Photographic Lamp Catalog. A few projection lanps normally supplied by nonphotographic sou.ces are listed herein. All are characterized bv the newest and most exacting techniques of lamp manufacture.

.! .,
i

The dimensions and form of each light source drc cho\en to fic rhc particul,rr requirrment

of some specific group of optical sysrems.
direcrory

General Elecrric Lamp Agents have a complete

i ,
:

ot rhe propcr l.rmps 16 u5s in * General Electric Lamp Division Bulletin LD- 19, ,,Lamps for picture
projectors

r

i{:t

Proiectors."

The 6rst two lamps listed are designed for aJverrising devicr.. Theerre projecrion
lamps are used in smaller theatres and school

!7

sof 't9lX4

900Tto

w'B
91OOI?4l8
S. C. Bay.

auditoriums.

srd.

otv.
1s0T8/2SC

F'l.ment Houtr Lumehs Cntr.
C C C

Appror, Lile
900 900 100
50

Liqht Lcrh.
'1

Mdx. Ovrl.
Lclh.

150112134

900Tt0
21O012418

2100

150 T-8 750 r-12 900 T-20
I-24

M€d.

Pf.

Std. Srd.

Mos. B;p.

Mog

21 94
Thcatre Theatre

ecc

B

30

60

ii' il,

12

19

c

C,13D L,'t 3

lr

c-13D

4 .31

9,';
101.,

5ti

G.E TT]BT]LAR A]YD SHOWCASE LAMPS


95161a

t5T10
40T10
6011O /64

2516%/tF

75r1Ol45 t5T1olRFL 95T10/AF
40T10/RFL
40T8

A0r'to/AF

zsI'to IF 4OI t O ltF

t--; 'y

r1

4OI8lF

40T8/AF

Tubular bulb lamps are for use in showcases, in displays of shallow depth, and in small trough type reflectors, The reflector-type lamp has an inside reflectorized surface covering one side of the bulb. The conventional screw base and a spring contact on the base allow desired positioning,
M.r, Appror, Hou6 Llmcot Ovrl. Lgth. Lilc .1000 5t1 244 1000 1000 1000 't 000
'1000
"1000 .1000

Eulb

Pkg. CIB
otv,
lnter. lnter.
Srd.

5td,

Fillm.nl

95r6 )l

t5T6 tilF
40T8 40T8 40T8 ltF

95

,s
40 40 40
95 95 95 25 25 95

I

r-61,
T-8

-6r:

sld.
Srd. Srd. S{d. Srd.

T-8

25f1 0
2511 0
9511 ?5T1 40T1 40T1 40T1 40T1 60T1

l-8

T-10 T-10

95Tl ol10

0/AF
O/R FL

T-10 T-10
T-1 o T-1 o

2511 o/tF 0 0/rF

O/AF
O/RFL

ol64

40 40 40 40 60
75

T-10

T-10 T-'t 0 T-10 T-'t 0
T-10

75Tl 0145

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

l. F. Showcase Alllrost
Clea,
Showcase

Clea,

60 60 94

B

c-B

L F. Showcarc

t4

B B B B B B
B B B

c-8

235

Hirh
Std. Srd. Std. Srd. Std. Srd. Srd. Srd. Srd.

Clear Showcase Showcase Alllrost Showcase l. F, Showcase Refl. Showcase Clear lnside Frosted Allfrost Showcase Rell. Showcase Showcase

94 60 60
6O

c93 c93
s-1

410 405 960
91A

11ir
"t'1
?

5r:

11,!
5%
s

c-8 c-90

5,4
5% 5%

60 60 60 60 60 60 60
94

C
B
B B

CB c-8 c-8
L-8 c-8

s%

1000 1000 1000 1000
.1000

255

290
430
495

'1000

c CC8
C
B

C8
c,8

srd.

c-93

1000 1000
'T

sl( 5't
5%
11

OOO

5% )s

C.E MII{E LAMPS

i.3
1OOPAR38/FL

l5OPAR/4SP

50A19/35 50,A19/36

1o0A

'1i

50419 ',. t
Mine lamps, ranging from 50 to 200 watts,

l.t

are
15oPAR46
1soPAR46/1

available in eithet 275 or 3OO vofts for use in haulageways, pits, shop lighting and other general lighting
areas,

The PAR lamps are designed fot mine Iocomotives, loaders, shuttle cars, and other equipment. They will give long service under severe mine conditions because of their resilient filameot mounts.

The 15OPAR46 1, 32-volt lamp is especially designed for locomotive service. It has rugged filament construction aod its concentrated beam closelv
lits haulage ways.
Proper resistors must be used in series

The

\fith j2-volt

10OPAR38/FL

is especially designed for

use on contiDuous minefs, Its low voltage is essential in order to obtain the ruggedness required
for this service. Vol$
50/9 s0/9/35 50/9 50A19/36 100A
50 50 50 50

and 115-volt lamps. Resistors ro operate 150,watt lamps fron nominal 275-volt supply should be selected to provide 4.69 amperes through 32-volt lamps and 1.30 amperes through 115-volt lamps.
std. Descrietion

O{y.

Approt, Lighi Hourc Lumens Cnir. Lile Lglh.
B

Ovrl.

1004

200 200 15oPAR/4SP

100 100 900

200
150 100 150 150

1ooPAR38/FL 150P4R46/1 150P4R46

A-19 Med. A-19 Med. A-19 Med. A'19 Med. A-t3 Med. A-23 Med. PS-30 Med PS-30 M"d. PAR-38 MCd. Side Pro.q PAR-3 8 Med. Side P'ona PAR-46 S.C TCIM.PAR-46 S,C,TCIM.

975 215 300 300 275 300 21t 300
11

lnside Frosted
Ctear lnside Frosted

19C

ltc

cled,
lnside Frosted lnside Froded
Clear

120

u
B
ts

ctear
Proiector Spol

1t0 't ro ( c7A 1t0 c LlA 60c C9
L-9

all a1/ l. 11 c 17

1(X)0 .150 2. 1000 165 91 : 1000 2t .: .1000 t(:O 465 !1.: .1T 1000 50 4 r \ 1000 1150 4r. 000 9600 6 'I000 9600 6
2
T

3ll 3l;
31

5

.19

C

I C00
'1C00

19 32
1

15

P,ojecto, Flood Locomotive Headlisht

Locomotive
Headlisht

i

19 L a6 BC LLB
c-13

800 1000

I
4

r.t: Buhinr po5ilion, plahe ol frlamen( horizontal.

G-E FLOODLIGHT LAMPS AIVD SPOTLICHT

I

j
I
lit.
t,l

I
'1
I

l

u

rHft: F::
t5oGi
FL

&

r,\
5OOG/FL

soof14l7
500T14/8

il

l

r

M/G40FL

40oG/FL

which produce accurately controlled beams of lighr. Thete are several "companion listings" of spotlight and floodlight lamps having the same dimensions but differing in life design. Floodlighr lamps are used where burning hours are loog, such as in building floodlighting and show window lighting. Spotlight lamps are used for stage applications where burning hours are short and higher light particularly in the blue and green porrions of output is needed

These lamps have concentrated frlaments and are used io equipments

1500G48/6

the visible spectrum.
FLOODLIGHT LAMPS

Volh
95OG/FL
4OOG/FL

Burnins Posation

250 400
500

500G/FL
1

M/G4OFL

1500G48/6
s0011417

500T12/8

1000 't 500 500 500

G-30 G-30 G-40 G-40 G-48

r44 I-1'

Med. Med. Mog. Mog. Mos Med. Bip.
Med.PLSkt.

Srd. Std. Std. Srd. Srd.

Base

sid, Appror, Pks, Cl.$ Fil.m.nt Hous Lil€ Oty. 50 C C5 800

Lumens

Cnt. Lgth.

Ovd.
Lgth,

Down
To

60 c 94 c 94 c 24 c

Horizontal
Base Up Base Up

94 C C5 6 C C5

c-s c-s

Sld.
Srd.

c-13 c.13D

3750 800 6600 800 8800 800 '19000 800 30000 800 800

3 sIi 3 5l i 41i 7+ 51; 8 sri B.i 4 63s 3),t 6 r
Ji

SPOTLIGHT LAMPS 100G16l/29SC
100G16+/29DC

100G16;/30
100421 /SP

100Arl /1sP
50G/SP 400G/5P 500G/sP 500T20/64 500T14/8 s00T19/9 15011219
?

125T10P r 50/1 50G30/3?

1MI24ls

't

1M/G40SP5 t.i 1M/G40PSP 15O0r2416

M lG40sP

41..i

2MlG48l17
9M/T30/1

100 100 100 100 't 00 125 150 150 950 400 500 500 500 500 750 1000 'I 000 1000 1 000 1 500 2000 2000

r G-16:, A-21 A-r1 T-10 G-30
G-16r
G-16
r

D. c. Bav.
D. C. Pf.

S. C. Bay.

Srd. Std. Std.

Base

Down
To

Med. Med. Med. Pf . 3C Mos. M€d. Med. Med. Bip.
Md.Pf.5kt. Md.Pt.Skt.

srd.
Std. Srd. Std. Srd. Srd. Srd.

Horizontal
Base Up

60 6u 60 .l90 12A
91

c

Barc Down Base Down
Base

60 60 60 24 24 94
91

c CC ]3 C cc-13 c C5 C C5 c C 138
C C C C C C

CC 13

200

t00

?00 200 900
500

1600 1604 1600 .1350 350 1670
T

,rr 1;rr 1)i 3 3
'T

3

4ii ,tn
5!):i

3 3

2

c-5

G-30
G

-30

c C5

c.9 C5
C-s c-.13t) ?00 4300 900 7850 900 '10000 500 o:'lu ?00 900
2Aa

'1; 5+ 3;rs

G-40
T-?0 1-1 4 r -12

Med.

M"s.

Down
To

Pf.

s{d.
Std. Std. Srd.

Horizontal
Base Up Base Up Base Up Base Up Base Down
To

c 13 c C 13D
(.
c.

3 s'i !s 3 4ri 7+
5

e,."
4 31j

s)..i

63"
6Ls

I-12

t4
i

a-l3D
C 13D

1-24 G-40 G-40 G-40
I -24

Mo9. Bip. Mog. Mos

5rd.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

12 94

Horizonlal

G-48
T-30

Mos. Pf. Mos. Bip. Mos. Bip. Mog. Bip.

Base Up Base Down Easc Up

L5 c5 24 C c-5 1' C c 13D 6 c c.l3
94

?00
9U0

a

9ts00 eeioo

900
t{10 900

314 6 ri 6r", 10 41i 7 rt

5!'1

8

/:1

6

C

a-13t)

900 5r000 900 48000

t jA
10

6r.r

'r-j Not r€comnendcd lor burhins belween horizontal and base up,

LAMPS

Lnfll

U/

{

U
'iu

1ooc16i/r9DC

rb
100G16,r/t9SC

-

'a
rJ:.

.t ]t 1r
nfl

150/r 50G30/32

100G16+/30

v
100421/SP 100491/1SP

1t5T1

OP

i3lr8f8rtr',

sooTeo/64 500T1?/8 500T19/9 150r'1,19 1M/G40SP5r+

Lamps with round bulbs
and C5 filament construction can be operated satisfactorily over a wide range of burning posirions such as from base

down to- horizontal. The C13-D filament is limited in
burning position such as base up to 3o', otherwise the coils may touch and short out. Lamps with tubular bulbs are

&& ,l

usually limited in burning
up

position - base down or base so that the hot gas can ris e a maximum distance

above the filament before striking the bulb. Otherwise the glass may soften and
bulge.

LI t1
| ,;,,
1MT94/5
15OOI2416

I

9M/T30/1

9MlG48l11

C.E HEAT LAMPS A]VI) II{DUSTRIAL II{FRARED LAMPS

y/r
950R40/10 500T40/3

lMlI4013

195R40 9s0R40/4 375R40

GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS lnfrared lampr have man; usr. in rhe home. in industriaI and commercial applicarions and on the farm for heating, drying an<l for brooding of poultry and animals. They also have wide Lrsage as a source of peoetrating heat to help relieve muscular acbes and pain,.. the discomfort of ncuriris. sinus pains.
and arthritis.

against breakage by splashing water. The built-in red lilter.reduccs rhc brightncsr of rhe lamp. Thc

The R-4o type lamps have a built-in reflector which e66ciently directs the radiant heat to objects or target areas. G-30 and T-40 lamps require separate reflecrors, The popular 25OR.iO/10 lamp is made of heat-resistaot glass with a built-in red filter. The heat-resistant glass provides protection

heating of a great variety of products. Advantagious features of these lamps include rapid heat transfer, efficient operation, simple oven construction, low oven 6rst cost, adaptability to conveyorized production, cleanliness and low m.rintenance. wattages

25OR4O/l is e low co,.r general purpo.e lamp. INDUSTRIAL INFRARED LAMPS In iodustry, infrared lamps are used for quick

The lioe of infrared lamps comprises several in each bulb size; this interchangeability permits a range of t(mperatures in .rn oven.

std, Pkg. Cl.$ Fil.mcil Oty, 1t5G30 t50G30
3

Light
Cntr.

Ov'|.

Lglh. 5 5 5

195
950
375

75G 30

500G30/1 195R40 950R40/1 950R40/10

500

G-30 G-30 G-30 G-30
R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40

195

t50R40/4
75R40 37sR40/1 500T40/3
3

t50 ,50
?50
375 375

Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Med. Med. Skt. Med. Skr. Med. Skt.
Special Special

95 95 5-l 95 5-1 95

ii. i"Q)
Lisht L F.atl Lisht l. F..r,€)
Heat Red Bowlail(r)

60 60
6A

5-1

rli:)

5-1 25
5-1 95

5-l t5

1Mlr4013

500 1000

T-40 T-40

5-1 t5 5-1 25

5-1 t5 5-1 25

Lisht L F.it, Lisht l. F.r.t'
ir

Triansular Fil.lt,r Triansular Fil.'.1.'

l(t

60 94 94 94 94 94 94 94
94

C C C C

C7,A C-7A C-74

7%

c c c c c c c
c

C7,{

c9 c-e c9
c-9 c-9

l\ 1\
'

611

llt
l\i

67i 7l.i

ce .....

l'.1
7%

7!4

it Av.r.s.

Llbor.tory Lif. in

.r.e$ ot 5OOO hour.

e

Bum only

ii oor..hin to.lelr.

it

sDe.i.l sl.$ bulb* he.t,.skl.it.

C.E RO|]GH SERVICE LAMPS ALYD VIBRATIOI,{ LAMPS

25417/RS 754?1/RS

r5A/RS

5oA/RS 50A19/RS

50419/5

F1 rofr*,

100493/?8

1

5o/RS

t00Ps30/r4

150/VS

ll
!

r0oPs30/t3

ROUGH SERVICE
1

Rough Service lamps are used in extension cords in garages, iodustrial plants and similar locarions * here rhey are subjecred ro cxcr.sive shock in service. The special consrrucljon

!tr $,1
s0A/cL/vs
2sA/CL/VS

rl-

of the filament enables these lamps to withstand sudden bumpr and orhsi forms of fougn treatment. VIBRATION LAMPS Vibracion lamps are pdrricularly derignetj to! use on or near rola(inB machinery and

3oo/RS

500/Rs

l:','f,l;o.j:
Volts
Dei.riplion

olher -place\ where relarivcly high-frequency vrbratlon exis(s. Certdin of lhese lamps dre equipped with a special rype of filameni wire operare suitibly under

ribrarion
Lisht
Lumcns Cntr,

LI:t |'-a'
334,V3

ROUGH SERVICE LAMPS
5rd.

otY. F. Train Inside Frosted lnside Frosted L F. Train L F. Train lnsidc Frosted

Cla$ Fii.menl Houts
Lite

App,or.

Lsth.

Ovl.
Lsth. 3.r

t5417/RS r5A/Rs 25 's 504/RS 50 50419/RS 50 50419/RS 50 504/RS 50 50419/5 50 50A/RS 50 754t1/R5 7s 1004/RS 0o 1004/RS 100 1 so/Rs 150
1

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-1 9

A-17

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog. Mos

75

l.

srd. 5td.

60 30
Srd.
H ish

'120 B C9 1t0 c1t '190 B ts C,92

190 B C9 190 '190 U C9

A-19
A-21 A-91

Clear

A-93

Std. Std.

lnside Froded lnside Frosted Inride Froded

Hish
Std. Std. Std. Std. Srd

lnride Frosted
Inside Frosted lnride Froded
Clear

to0P530/93

200P530/94 r00

t00
300 500

PS-r5
PS-30 PS-30 PS-35 PS-40

300/Rs 500/Rs

clea,
crear

ts r90 B T90 B "r90 ts .1?0 C 'r?0 c a,0 c 60 L 60 c 9,1 c (
,4

a9 C99 Ct9 c 99
C17

c17 c17
L-9

c9

C9 t ,.) C9

000 245 000 995 000 460 000 535 000 595 000 535 000 46s 000 450 {t00 f10 000 1?T 0 {loo 900 000 2050 000 3950 Ouu J950 01i0 5250 ooo 9400 '1000 .1000 T000 '1000

,
,l

9rs t] l

,

91

9r
9L

9r.:

3j; 3 ii 3:l 3l;
5 ,',,

3ir
5Lr 5 6

'1r''

6i;
I
,',,

I,',,;

I

9r
9'r

*

r

2sAlvs 954/CL/VS

VIBRATION LiMPS
2s 9s

504/VS 50 504/CL/VS 50 100423/t8 100 1s0/vs 150

A-t3

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19

Std. Srd.

lnside Frosted
Clea
r

PS-95

Med. Med. Med.

5rd.
Std. Std. Std.

lnside Frosted
credr

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

190 '1t0 1r0 120 '190 60

B B B ll C (

c9 C-9 c9 C9 (a

t50 2 ) !55 9t t 550 2) t 555 91.: lOOO 135O 4r" I000 t950 5 1r

3l; : i;
a

i'l

G-E MERCURY LAMPS

ry If.

it ill
lt
H950-As

,--j-. r
H400-E1T H400-E1
H4oO.J1

Mercury lamps are highly yefsatile sources of radiant energy. They are efficient gener:ators of visibte lighr for general lighting applications for factories. for srreer lighring and ourdoor floodlighting. They are also common sources of ultraviolet energy used for sunlamps and for black light and photochemical effects.
Mercury lam ps require correctly designed ballasrs for their operarionl all lamps wirh the same sufix oumber in the lamp order abbreviarion are inter-

The characteristic blue-green light from mercury lamps appears as a "white light" but distorts the color appearance of colored objects, and for that reason are often combined with filament lamps for

interior illumination.

changeable and ballast design.

will operare from rhe

same

In the newer forms some color correction is incorporated in the lamp by the use of fluorescent phosphors within the bulb. Color of light is thereby made comparable in color rendirion ro an equal wattage mixture of filament and regular
mefcury.

srd.

Qtv,

H250-45
H400-A1
H400-B'l

t50
400 400 400 400 400 3000 1000 400 400

T-1 8

T-16

H400-El
H400-E1T H400-J1

T-16
BT-37

I-t0
T-28

H3000-A9
H t 000-41 5

8T,37

r-eta
R-5t
R-s2

M"s.

Mos Mos Mog. Mos Mog. Mog.

S. C. Term

H400-Rl
H400-RC1

M"s.
4OOO

Mog.

General & Sheet Lishtine Gener6l & Street Lishtins General & Street Liehting .i) General & St. Lts; Bldck Lisht General & Sheet Liqhtinq General & Street Lishting Q High Bay lndustrial Lishtins Hish 8ay lnduslrial Lishting Reflector High Bay L F. Reflector Hish Bay fI)

19

12 12
6 19 6
1
'T

.15,000

'1.1,00o

.l5,000
90,000

5B tt).i t%

.r

3
.12

t0,000
1l ,aao
39,000 52,000 14,500

6
6

1 111 1 81.,

13
11

11)1
55
14

6

'10,00o

11%

r;

11li

:rl Bun within

Appror. HouE Lile of 400 w.tt

h pj 10' vcdical b.j€ down. 9

houu when buhed 5 houB pd d.n. Cotor inproved.

60

,l

H

llrl
H400-41
H1000-A1 5

i

Hl000- c 15

Burning Position

All lamps listed will burn in any position except the H4OO-A1 and 81. These lamps are desigoed to operate within 10" of the vertical, the Al for base up and the 81 for base down burning. Horizontal oper:ation of the H4OO-A1 requires a magnetic deflectiog device; rated lumens 14,OOO, Horizontal operation of the H4OO-E1 reduces lumen rating to 19,100 lumens with a magnet, 18,600 without a magnet. Similady, the H25O-A5 rating is reduced to 1o,6oo and 10,200 lumens. Bulb Shapes The new BT bulb shape has some lamp design advantages and is ioterchangeable with the T-bulb lamp in most existing reflectiog equipments. The new H4OO-Rl and RCl lamps with sealedin reflector have the advantage of maintaining high light output without the necessity of cleaning reflector accessories.

I
I

L
H400-R1 H400-RC'i

H3000-49
61

G.E'' BLACI( LICHT" LAMPS

!t
t (b15r ---"'Y *s'''t;r,<ddG'
f3o1s

(s15Fv

f 'Y
F5000

lsL
F3RP1r/8L F916/BL

f151slBL

i-rfiiDus

FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS

F9f6lBL
F3RPl9/BL
F

I
3

T-6

lI5IBL

RP.1'
T-5

D. C. lndexins D. C. lndexins 6 9 9
12 18 Bip. Bip. Bip. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip, Med. Bip. D. C. lndexins

124
19A 24 94 94 24 24 94
94

F6T5/BL F6T5/BLB F8T5/BL F15T8/BL F15T8/BLB F3OT8/BL F 1O119IBL

4 6 6
15

T-5
T-5

't5

3o

F4oTl ?/BL/t5
F40T19/BLB F5000

40 40 40 4

r-12 r-12

T-5 T-8 T-8 T-8

Min. Min. Min. Min.

I-12
RP-19

18 36 48 48 48

94 24
91

12A

BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
sld.

Otv,

Lunens Cnlr.
1000 1000 1000 1000

Lishl Leth,

M6r,
Ovrl.
Lelh,

H100-sP4

H100"FL4

H100-44
H

H100-BL4

I50-A5

H400-E1*

100 100 100 100 250 400

PAR-38

PAR-38
T-10
T-16 T-18 BT-37

Admed. Skr. Admed. Skt. Mos Mos.

19 12 19 12 19 6
sld.

4M 5M 4M 5M

33oo 3,i, 3,i 1 1000 5 90000 1

5t2
8
1

111

FILAMENT BLACKLIGHT LAMPS Ordetins lvatk
Apo'ox. Lisht Mdr,
Olv,

Ho s Cnr. Oql.

Lile

Lsth,
3ii r

Lslh.

tsoAz1

160

,50 A-lt

Med.

11

5-1

25

Purplc

X 190 C

C-9

lrequent design changes in fluorestent lamps make it impossible to establish ratings which will be tautuat for an) eflendcd period. Rirings witl be issued

from time to time in technical publications as data becomes ayailable.
*

The H400E1 should not be operated io equipment which causes the bulb temperature to exceed

3

50'

C.

):. :

;i*r,

.:.; .;&s

,

r#t F tr!
plG
H100-FL4

;lfurtoo-se

Hr50-45

hxl

w ga
a, -'

Hl oo-44

\rl

H400-El

t5oA91/60

H100-BL4

"Black Light" is a popular name for near ultraviolet energy in the 32OOA-4ooOA band. These invisible rays cause many materials to glow. The process is used for stage and decorative effects, industrial
inspection and production, detective work, mineral exploration, medical applications, and advertising.

separate dark blue filter.

Reflectors are desirable with all lamps (except the Hloo-SP4 and Hloo-FL4 which have built-in reflectors) to direct the energy effectively,

The fluorescent black light lamps

are

much more efficient thao the mercury types,

effective visible light emitted by the source must be absorbed by a 61ter, In the H 100-BL4,25oA2t l60,F15T8i BLB, F4oT12/BLB rhe lamp bulb itself is made of dark red-purple glass which absorbs nearly all the visible light and transmits black lighr. The other lamps require a

To be

but require more space. The 25o421 t5o is an incandescenr lamp for intermittenr burning in a regular socket. It is used where small concentrations of energy are sufficient. The F50OO, F2T6, BL and F3RP 12, BL are specialized lamps primarily for instrument lighting on aircraft.

C.E GERMICIDAL LAMPS
# t,
rt

al

++
J

'ffit
G414l1

*
G8"I5

G15T8

Cermicidal lamps provide 2 5-t-oA ulrravioler, in desrroling moldr and bacreria. Thcy h.rre wide applicarion in hospital nurscries, contagious w,rrds rnd \urgeries. as well as in rchools, olfice\. therrres and or-her placc. where air sdnirarion is necded. They also provide producr protecrion for foods, pLarmaceuiicals u,ld b"u"rcflective .rges. On farmr rhey uffer an imporrant supplemcnt
1<-l

slzes.
BLr

poultrymen. dairlmcn- and stock r.rjs'ers. Aur,iliary equipmenr,. for rhe 8-, l5-, and J0-watr sizes of germicidal lamps are iJenrical with rhose for staodard fluorc\ceni Jamps of corresponding

the u\ual .aniration merhods pracric.d

bv

Reference: General Electric Lamp Division IIer in s LS-loi. LD- . LD- 14.

w
G3OT8

3,
G36T6

Orderins

\vltk

Eulb

S!d. Ple. Qly,
Oval
Small 4-Pin Min. Bip. Med. Bip. M€d. Bip.

G4I4l1
G8T5 G15T8
G3OT8

A.Dror HouR Lilc 9500:li
9500.,
9500:1

M.r
Ovn.

L!th.

4
8 15 30 36
pe,

I-4
T-5

G36T6

T-8 T-8 T-6 strrt..ied lite

Sinsle Pin

94 24 94 94 94

5!r
19

9500 j !,-

O

1B

:ji

Lilc under rp..i,ied

.i) Al tt bumins houa

l.d .o^ditionr. ::t

ror continuous opqarion is 6000 hourc.

9500.t]O 36 ,*a rir" iilOoo i",^

36

61

C.E

OZOLVE

LAMP

ri

s v.
oz4s1'l

l'l

itl

Ultraviolet from the General Electric Ozone Lamp passes through the special glass bulb and acts on the oxygen in the air to form ozone, which has the unique ability to destroy many objectionable odors. The G-E Ozone Lamp will kill the odors in a small room, banish smells in a short time after: cooking, pfevent mustiness, and eliminate stale after-odors oftobacco smoke, Ozone lamps are generally operated in shielded fixtures mounted on the wall iust

level. They can also be operated inside enclosed air circulating devices. ln either application one ozone lamp should be used for each lOoO cubic feet of space
above eye

seived,

lamp

A ballast must be used with the ozone G-E Catalog No. 89G418 is avail- operation able for on 110-125 volt 60-cycle
current. A standard 4o-watt filament lamp

may also be used as a ballast.

srd.

OtY,

Lif.
4000

Leth.

oz1s11
(,: Approtinlte lil.

1

s-11

lnter.

Clear

190

il

93;

under spccified tcsl .ondilion, with continuous burnins.

C.E

ST]]VLAMPS

of vitamin D for prevention and cure of rickets in infants and are also used for irradiatiog animals and poultry.
Both 4oo'wafi S-1 and 275-watt RS lamps provide sufficient radianr hear along with the uhravioler to permit their comfortable use in rooms where rhe ajr temperature might otherwise be too cool for adequate exposure of the body. The S-1 sunlamp is made ayailable for replacement purposes. in _the sp-ecial oPerating equipment it requires. The RS sunlamp operates on standard 110-125 yolts, 5o-or 60-cycle alternating current and therefore is the most popular type sunlamp. It cao be used in any lampholder but special floor stands or clamp-on type holders are generally more flexjble and more conveoient.

Sunlamps provide ultraviolet, effective in producing sunburning and tanning. They provide the equivalenr

F1
RS

Dcscription
RS

std. Appror. PLs. HouB Lil. OlY,
6 6
100041)

M!x.
Leth,

Ovrl.

215
100

R-40
PS-?9
condilion, wilh l.hD,.

s-1

Med. Mos.

11

0-125 .

Reflector-1. F. Inside Frosted

500

6,k

7

lj) Lilc sider ir.cifi.d

6)

PAGE INDEX OT IAITIPS

BV WAIIAGE

Does not include Aviation, Street Lighting, Train Lighting, Germicidal, Ozone, Sun, Mercury, Glov, Black Light or Sound Reproducer Lamps.
LamD O.derAhh.€sLamp Ci2r{i6cation

s-6
s-14 6 5-6

3s615
55 14

15

A.15

5S14 656
6S6

Low Voltage
Sign

154r5 15A-t5lcL

4a

16-17
4a
52
15
5

1rA1r/B
15A
15

General Decorative

32i-3

5

15Al 5/G
/R Loq/ Voltage
Sign

Low VoltaSe

Indicator
Indicator
Sign

6S6/R

Decorative

A-r7

6S6/l|r' 6S6/DC
65617

34-3
52

r5A r5A

6

S-14

63t4
6S 14lrF 6S 1.1/CB

36-17

t5A17lB 15At7IFT r5A17lG
15At7
r 5A

15A17IAO

High Voltage

4a 49

36-37

15417/RO
17lR

lv

65

6Sr.{/CV

t4lCG
15 15

65l,t/CR
6S 6S f

6S14/CO

1541.7lY

I 5A

17/!i/

14lc'i/
.i/CY Indicator
52

B-ei
F-lo

r5B9
15

ts9

+/\f

+

Decorative

31-35

6 ^t-4+
7
C-7

6T1+lr
7c1
1C7lB

15FC

Niaht Light

50

15FC/FT 15FC/V

7c7lG

15FC/!/ 15[N
r

7c7lo
7C7lF. 7+ S-r

5FN/$r

7C7lvl

Ir
Sign

G-16+ l5G16+C
S-11

15G16+C/W

1

7;S
7

7+S/AO 7+s/G 7,rs/R
7

36-37

r5
l5

1rs11/13
15S11/1.{

islB

r5S11/r02

Refrigerator
Switchboard

Headlamp

52 50 52

^I-6
^f

is/$r/ Refrigerator

15T6 15T7DC
1

10

C-7 5-6

1oC7

10c7DC
10

rocT

Pilot

15

-7

Home

50
52

5T7DC/IF 15T7C r 5T7N T-8
15T8C

Appliance

5o

1056/10 1os6/13

Indicator
Sign

15

10 s-rl

15T8C/W

34-35

rN/CB 10s11N/CFT
1OS 1

ros11N

36-37

I5T8/N

10s1rN/cG 1OS 1 IN/CO

1os 11N/CR 1os 11N/cv

rosl lN/cY
r0s11/79
1os11/.i6

20 A-t7 25 A.-17 25 A-19
Indicator
Lov/ Voltage Clear Sign
4a 30- 31

2OA17l5
2

5A 17lRs

Rough Service
GeDeral

59

251l

25AlCL

25AlcL
25l^

22-23 36-37
19 4a 49

254
2 2

High Voftage
Loq/ Voltage

Sisn

to

s-14

10sr4
10s 14

254

1OS14/IF
10s 14lD 10s 1,1/cB 1os 14/cG 1os 14lcR 1os 14lco

5AlW
5A/R

36-37

25Alw 25Alw
25AlB 25AlG
25

I{igh Voltage
General Sign & Decorative

25AlAO
25 AIFT

36

37

1os14/cY
10s 10s

1,1/c!/

1os14/cv

14/cFT Natural Colored
3A

25Alv 25Alo
25AlY
2 2

1os14/NA 1os14/NB
10s 1,1/NG 10s r.1/NR

25AlF.

AlF2
Natrrral Colorcd
38

5A|NA 5AlNB

PAGE 'NDEX

OF
Listed

LAIITPS BY WAf IAGE
O!de. AbbrevListed

A-r9

5A|NG 25A|NR
2 2 2

Natural Colored
Rough Service

38 59

T-8

4oT8/rF L40
L4OltF

Tubular & Showcase 5.{

5A|RS 5A/VS 2sAlC.LlVS
25

Lumiline

39

Vibration

L.iolMts L.io/EM

I-

15

25F
25F IFT
25F
2

Decorative

31-35

L4olo

L4olSPK L4olW L40lR
T-

5F/w

lV

L4o/ST

25 25

G-16+ 25G16+C

25G16+Cl!l{

10 19

G-r8+ 25c18:/FT 25Gt8 ilV
2 5G

4oT1o ,f 0T1o/IF .1oT1o/Ar ,ioT1o/RFL
5OA/RS

Tubular & Showcase 54

18;/W

50

A-

G-25
25

25G25 25G25lE

5oA 19/RS

Rough Service

59

25G25ly 25G25lvl

f
Tubular & Showcase
Scale Illuminator
52

504 504
50

High Voltage
General Clear
Oveo

49
50 19 50 38
59

5oA/CL

T-6+ T-8

Ar9l11

30-31

2tT6+

5oA/RS
5OA19137 5oA 19/38
5

High Voltage
Mine Roush Service

25T6+lrF

25T6iDC 25T6iDCltE
2 2

0419

tTSDc

5OA 19ri 3 5

5T8DC/rF

Home Appliance

50

5OAr9l36

50At9l5
50 50

25

T-1o

25T 1o IIF
2

25T1Ol7O 2 5'I1o IAE 5T1o/RFL

25T 10

Tubular & Showcase 54

5oA/VS 5oA/CLlVS

Vibration

A-21
GA.25

t0A21
5OGA

Low Voltage
General

.{a 29

30

T-a

L30 L30/IF L3o/MB
L

Lumiline

39

i

ii, rs-zr 50lsoP25l2a Matine 5ol15oM
5O

1r
24

L3olo
L
3

3

o/Ir{

1oo, PS-25
150 50

50'

Three,Lire

L3o/SPK L3olST L3o/R
30'

lt

5O

0/'i/

l

150 30/ Loo

0o R-.to
56 60

50/ I <0R/!(/

7ol A-21
10o l

Three-Lite Sreet Railway Refrigeraror
Oven
General

24 40

P-25
A- L9

56P25

Street Railway

40 28

16 A-r9 36A|RYH 36 A-21 36AIRY 40 A-15 40,,511 4OAt5l22 40 A-19 loA {.oAlCL 4OAICL A-21 4o{2t
.r0A/o
4oAlFT 4oAlG
4OAIV

604 6oA/D

General

6oA/SB
50

60AlcL

6oA/!/
60 A-z

30-31 26-27
25 29

Clear Sign & Decorative

22-23

r

6oAlY 60A21lAo
60A21lB 60A21/FT 60A21lY 60421/RO 60421/R
60A2 r/NA 6011/NB 60A2 r/NG

Decorative

34-35

30-3r

60A2tlG

loAlB

60A21lv

Natural

Colored

3A

4oA/RO 4oAiR

40A/NA 4OA/'IS 40 F-15 4OFl5
4OI15/$/
4OGIFT

4oAlY

4oA/NB 4oA/NG .f oA/NR

Natural Colofed

6oA21/NR 6oA21lTS
3A

60A2t
6o

Traflic Signal Lumiline

High Voltage

.1t 49 39

T-8

L60

L6oltr
L6OlMB

Traffic Signal
Decorative

4L

34-3

L6o/EM
5

L6olSPK

L6olO

G-25

4oGlY

L6oisT L6o/$l

T-8 4oT8

4oGlw

4oT8/AF

Tubular

t

Showcase

67

T-1O 6OTtOl64 Showcase A-2r 6742114o Trafiic Signal

54
41

67

PAGE INDEX OF LAilPS
Listed

BY
Bulb

WATIAGE

'I|?arrs

7

5 5

A-21

7 5A 7 7 5421/RS

5AlcL

General

Rough Service
Reflector
Showcase

30-3r
59

150

R-40

15oR/SP
15OR/FL
15

oR/\i/

Reflector Spot Reflector Flood General

32-33
25
51

7

R-30
T- 10

7 5R 3 o/SP 7 5R3o/[L 7

32-33
54

75
1OO

5Ttol45

150 T-8 150 G-30
200
P-2

150T8/2SC

Projection

15o/15oG3o/12 Spotliaht
2OOP25126

56-57
57

A-21

tOOA.21l61Y

100A

Yellow
General

5

X-Ray

looA/CL

22-23

1o0A/\/

1OOA21/TS

Traffic Signal
General

4r
55

30-3

r

200 200

PAR-.i6 200PAR/3SP

Projector
General

32-33
2a

PS-30 200
2OO/IF
2

100

A-23

1004
lOOA/D

Mine
General
Oven

oo/NarB

looA/DCL looA/sB
1OOA23/2O 10042 3/2 8

2a

200/D
2OolSBrF

26-27
50 59 4a 59 49 11-3

?oo/sBrF/1
200PS3O/2,i
2OOPS3O/2 3 2OOPSSO/ 12

26-27
Rough Service General High Voltage
59

100A 100A

High VoltaAe

looA/RS

10OA/RS

looA/AO looA/B
1o0A/FT

Rough Service High Voltage
Decorative

Country Home

2ooltF
5

200
2|J0

19
55

trIine A21l60

looA/G

looA/v

250 A-21 250 G-30 50 50

25O
2

Blacklisht

62-63

looA/RO looA/R
1o0A/Y

2soGlFL 25 0G3oIL
25

5oG/SP

Iloodlighr
General

Spotlight lnfrared

56 t7
58 59

0G30
12,1

100 100 100

G-

r6i

1ooG16;/295C Spodight

2

PS-30
R-,tO

25OPS3Ol23
2

rooc16+l29DC
r

toPSlo

Rough Senice

ooG16 +/3o

2

250R.Io/1
25OR4Ol1 2 5 OF.4OllO

Infrared

G-40 A-21

38

rOOGA

General

looA2lSP
1OOA21/1SP

Spotlight

56-57
55

300 300

PS-30
PS-3
5

100 PAR-18 1OOPAR38/FL 100 T-8; 1ooT8;/8 Microscope 100
100 P-25

30oM/rF

300M

Geneml

30-31
28

3ooM/\l/B

1ooT8;/9 Microscope toollooPz5l29 Marine
roo/300 Three-Lite
Street Railway

41

3ooMs/sBIF
3OOMS

300MS/rF 3ooMS/WB 3ooMS/D

22-23
28

100'
2o0

300
24 300
3 3

26-27 30-31

l

| G-lo o0l

3oo/IF
3OOMS

High Voltage
General

49
28 28

lor A-23 tot{21 1 11 A-2 1 11 tA21/TS 125 G-30 125G30 r25 P'-40 12 5R.10 125 T-1O 125TtOlP
150
PAR-38 l roPAR/SP

Tra6c Signal
Infr-ared

41

oo/IF oo/$/B 3oo/D
300
300

58

PAR-56

3

ooPAR56/5P Projector General Reflector Spot Reflector Flood

PS-35

3OO/SBIF

3oo/sBrF/1

26-27 32-33 32-31
59

Spotlight
Projecaor Flood

56-57

300

R-4o

150PAR/[L

Projector Spor

22

3a

3ooR/SP 3ooR/FL
3OORS

3ooR/rli I
3ooR/sP/ 1 3ooR/3SP 300R/3FL

15oPAR/3FL 15oPAR/3SP 15oPAR/,{SP

Rough Service
Rellector

Projector Spot Mine Gereral
55

32-33

r50
1

PAR-46 150P4R.16
150PAR4611
PS,2
5

50

1io
|
r
5O

15O/VA
150/sB
15 oPS2

ICL

15o/DCL

28

30-3r

375 G-30 37t R-4O

37 5G30
37 5F.4Ol1
37

rnfrared

58

5R4o

5olD

.too G-30 .iooc/sP
4OOG/FL
5

Spotlight Floodtight

56-57
58

15o/RS 15o/RS

5/Y

High Volrage Vibration

15o/VS

Rough Service

19
59

5O0
5OO

G-3O G-4O

5ooc/sP
5OOG/FL

OOG30/

I

Infrared Spodight Floodlight

56-57
46

i

PAGE INDEX OF LAIIPS
Bulb
Order Abbre'.
LamD

BY

WATIAGE
Bulb Lamp Orde.inE Abb!eYiation

LamD
General

PS-.io

5oo/IF
5OO/SBIF

500

30 f I
26-27

GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
4 4

5oo/!/B
500

T-5
'f -5

T-5

[4T5lC\{/
16T5lD
F6T5

15

F4T5/WW [6T5 /\X/ F8T5/D F8T5/${

5oo/rF

High VoltaAe
Rellector

19

R"40
500 500 500 500

6 6 6

5ooR/3SP

5oolr/3fL
5OOR52

32-33

6

T-5 T-5 'l -5 T-5 T-5

F6T5/CW

/!a/!r

R-52

I
Rough Service Spotlight Floodlight Spodight Floodlight
General
59
8 8

500Rs

T-5
T-5 T-5

r8T5/c\(/
E

"I-14 ioo'f t4la
5oo'ti t 4l7
5OOT 12lu

8

FsTr/\ W
[13T5/W
F

56-57

r3
13 13

T-12 'f-2o T-4o

SOOT 1219

r3
14

T-5 T-5
'l'-

t1-f 5 lD

F13T5/\/\
13T5/C\
F14T12lD
r 14T F 1,tT
12 12

5o0T2o/5o
5OO'f2O 164

Sporlight
5a

I1
74
1.4

T-12
'f-

t"

l'1.1T12l\i'

r7

5ooT4o11

750 PS-52 75fJ 7 soltF
7 7

General

ro/vB

30-l I 22 23
26-27
49 28

r0/sBrF

11 11 14 74

'f-t2 T-t2 'f-r2
T-r2 "l'-12 'f-12
^f- 12

12

l f iTl2lc\(x r14T12l\r'\{X
r 14T12/Svr
F1-1T12/\X//1

/C\x/ /WrX/

75/J 7 5o lrF

High Volrage
Reflector

r1

Ft,l'1t2lB

t1

75.)

R-52

7 7 7

50R5

2

32-33
56-57
53

1]i
15 15 15 15 15

l4

"I -12 "I -12

F t
E

T- 12

F14T12lR

[1.iT12lPK
F1rT8/Sr' Fr 5T8/CW

1{'f 12IGO

4-f 12lG

75o T-t2

5o"I

t2l9

5O'f 12134

Spotlight Projection
General

750 T-24 900
1000
T-20
G-2

7

5()T21

Projection rMC25
1M/G,{oSP.1+ r M/G40S P 5:

53

l5 l5

5

Marine Spotlight

4t

15 15 15 15 15 15

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T,a T-8 T-a
T-8

r15T8/D

76

l'15T8/ww
[15T8/SW
F15T8/B
F

F15T8/C\ X

F15T8/\(\vX
F15T8/GO
15T8/G

1000 G-40

1M/G4olPSP 1M/G,ioFL

T,8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Fr5T8/PK
F15T8/R
!'1 5T
F 12

1M/1M/G4o/1 Marine

l'loodlight
41

1000 Ps-52

1000

rooo/rF
l OOO/Nt B l OOO/rF

General

30-l r
2a

I5
15 75 15 15 15 15 15 15

l5

l5

T-t2 'f-r2 'f-12
T "1.2

15T

r r 5T 12lCrV

12l\/

/D

17

F1tT12/!./\{r
r'1 5T

looo/sBIF r000

Hish Voltage
Special

4a

26-27
30-31 56-57
38

T-L2 T-12 'I -12
"I -12

F15T12/C$/X

F15T12/\ II/X
F15T12/G r'15T12/GO F15T12/PK Fr5T12/R
F20T 12lD
F2OT
12

I15'f 12lB

12ls!/

tMlPSs2ll4

r000

T-2.1

lMl'121 lMlT24l5

General

'I -12 'I-12 -f-12

Spotlighi Infrared

10o0 T-4o 1500 G-48

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46

1500 PS-t2 15oolPS52l46
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2lOO

1500

5oo/IF

00

General

30-31
49

High Voltage
Spodight Spodight Spotlighr Marine Pro;ection

56-57 56-57

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

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'f-72
T-12

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25 25 25

T-12 'f-12

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111

T-t2

T-21 21OOT2418

'f -12 T-12
'f "12 'f -12 'I -12

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GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS (Cont.)
30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

NF FLUORESCENT LAMPS

f0
30

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-a T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

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F3oT8/D

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F3oT8/SW F3OT8/B

T,ro T-ro

18 5T 1O/BV F8 5T 1O/r$a/

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F30T8/W\{i F3oT8/CWX F3oT8/W\ 'X

SLIMLINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
17.5-32.5 17.5-32.5 77,5-32.5 17.5-32.5 17.5-32.5
18

I3oT8/G
I3OT8/R
F4OT F.1oT
12

17.5 32.5

F3oT8/GO

[3oT8/PK

40 40 40 40 40 10 40 10

'f-t2 T'r2
'f-12 'f-12

t2lD

t7.i-32.5
3a 3a 38 38 3a 38

"f-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-12 'f'fT-12
12 12 T- 12

F

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F12T6lD

42'16l\:{l

20

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T-12

F4OT12/CW

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T-r2

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E4oT1.2lG

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F48T12/CW

'f" r2 'f- 12

T-12 T"6
'f -6

F{8T12/\r!(/X

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'f-72
T-12 'f-12 'f-12
'f -12

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25.5-4A 25.5-4a
19

25.5 4a
25.5-4A

40 40
10 40

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40 40
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'f -12 'f -12
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25,5 4a 25,5-1a 25.5-1a
21i,5-4a.5

T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-8 T-8 T-8 T"8

r64T6lCW

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'f-12

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21.5-4A.5

24.5 4a,5

F72T8lD

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40 40
10 40 10
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24.5-1a.5 24.5-1a.5 21.5-,ia,5
55 55 55 55 55 55

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F72T8/CVX
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2"112

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2'f 12

2'f t2
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40

40
90

T-17
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32-65 32-65 32-65 32-65 32-65
74 74 74

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32 65

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T,8
T"8

'f

F96T8/\J/ F96T8/D F96T8/CW

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90 90 90 90
90 90 100 100 100 100 100

T-17 T-17 T-17 'f -17 T-17

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F90T17/S\a/

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'f-12

T-17

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FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
4 6

CIRCLINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
22
32 32

T-5
T-5 T-8 T-8

'f-5

F

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62

T.9
T- 10

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21

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F8T5/BL

l5
30

I15T8/BL
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15000
F2"r

T- ro
T- 10

T-ro

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FC16Tro/CV/RS

FCl2TlO/C!(/

40

40
40
4
3

-r -12

T-12

COLD CATHODE FLUORESCENT LAMPS

RP-12 RP-12
a-6
T-8

F3RPr2/BL 6IBL

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33c)
33

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424 424

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

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F6T5/BLB

HOW

TO

ORDTR TAMPS

Purchasers are urged lo order in standard packages to expedite service and to assure best discount,

Quantity desired of each type of lamp should be speci6ed.
Lamps should be ordered by the Lamp Ordering

without any other specifications, except that the coffect voltage must be specified. Abbreviations which are complete without voltage inclucle the series lamps listcd in lumens aod amperes, fluorescent lamps, and the lamp numbers for General Electric Sunlamps and General Eiectric Mercury
Lamps.

Abbreviations provided in this catalog for each type. Each abbreviation is complete for ordering

Orders for lamps not specilically listed herein will require the complete specifications, as follows:

For Example:
Speciflcation Size.

Multiple

Lamps

Sglt:l r3-pf
lumens 15 amperes PS-25, PS-35, erc.
2 5OO

Volts or Amps.
Bulb
Base

Finish Service.

A-19, PS-lO, G-25, etc. Medium screw, mogul screw, candelabra screw, Clear, inside frosted, white bowl, daylight, etc. Projection, Train, etc. Street Lighting

150 watts 120 volts

etc.

Voltage limits showD as 1 1 5 - 1 2 5 indicate that the lamPs are_ inteoded for use o n circuits wirh voltages normally falling wit'hin these limits and are designed at a vohage suitable for such use; the Prices listed do not aPPly to lamps ordered for individual voltages withio such range. Srandard Voltage, as referred to herein, includes lI5-, I20- and 125-volts. High Voltage includes 210and
2
5

o-volts,

LAMP AND LIGHTING PUBLICATIONS To assist in proper application of General Electric Lamps, aod to lbster their sale, the following Application Eogineering Department publications are available at a nomioal charge from Sales District offices:
LD.1

Lamp Bulletin (6lamenr. mercury, fluore',cenr and other
discharge ) Fluorescent Lamps and Auxiliary Equipments

LS"1o1 LS-102

LS-103 LS-127 1S.135 LS-142 LD-z LS- 119 Levels of Illumination Folder D Essential Data for General Lighting Design LD-1r Germicidal Air San ir arion LD-I4 LlltravioletProductSanitation LD.4 ' Planned Lighting for Industry LD-2o Industrial Lightiog Outdoors - for Production - for Protection LS-128 G-E Industrial Infrared Lamps, Data and Application lS-130 Plaooed Lighting is Essential to Today's Office Needs LS-114 ClassroomLightingTechniques LD-10 Lighting for Sports and Recreation L5.727 Planned Lighting Builds Sales and Profits (Store) LS-106A Analysis of Street Lighting Costs as Affected by lamp
Replacement Practice

Fluorescenr Lamps, Engineeriog Data on Lamps and Auxiliary Equipments (A section of LD- I ) Mercury Lamps and Ballasts (A section of LD-1) Fluorescent Lamps aod Radio Interference Lamps and the Spectrum (A section of LD-r ) Light Distribution - Reflector and Projector Lamps Fundamentals of Light and Lighting

D'SCOU'{TS, fERII'5, AND rRA
'USPORI

Af ION n I t0tflr rrcf s

STANDARD PACKAGES A standard package of large General Electric Lamps is defined as a package, as packed by the facrory. of that "Standard Package Quantity" designated for each lamp in the Price Schedule of General Electric Large Lamps, and the lamps in such a standard package nrry r),,r hc of differenr rpeci6carionr.

TRANSPORTATION ALLO\TANCES AND
CHARGES

TO

PURCHASERS

lamps listed in the price schedules will be sold and billed to consuming purchasers with prepaid transportation allos.ed on each shipment to any point io dornestic territory consisting of oot less than one standard package as packed by the Lamp Division or of $15.00 list value whichever is of lower value. Prepaid transportation will be allos'ed oo all lamps shippecl to Form R purchasers.

All

Domestic territory shall be considered to be the United States, Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands. The rest of the world shall be regarded as foreign territory. Should any purchaser desire its lamps shipped "Charges Collect," such purchaser, in deducting uansportation charges from invoices covering lamps so shippecl, will not be allowed to deduct carrage.
Evident loss or damage to

by a notatioo made by the carrier's agenr on the

a

shipment must be indicared

l-or "Discouot Scheclule to Purchasers

under Form E (lootract" and "Disco!rnts to Purchasers without Contract" see General Electric Large Lamp Price Schedules.

delivery receipt before the receipt is signed. The notation must clearly specify the extent of loss, shortage or damage. Concealed damage must be repoted to rhe carrier wirhin 15 days after delivery. The filing of claims wilh carriers for loss or damagr in rr,rnrporration must be executed within 9 months after date of delivery or in case of oon-delivery within 9 monrhs after a reasonable rime for delivery has elapsed. Purchasers desiring rhe assistaoce of the Lamp Division in filing such claims must repon them to the manufa.rurer uithin a reason.rble rime so rs ro permit compliance with the common carrier's requirement.

GLO\T LAMPS
Neon Glow Lamps are included in this Catalog because of rheir wide popular demand. They may not be purchased under large Lamp Cootr:acts. For Discounts, Terms of Payment, Transportation allowances, etc. on Glo*' Lamps consult your Gene_ral Electric Lamp Sales or Service District.

G"ncr.l Elcctric Lamp Division
SALES DISTRICTS

Sales and Service District
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