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The purpose of this catalog is to show and describe briefly the popular types of General Elecric lamps available for many important lighting services. Buyers and Sellers of lamps should find the catalog of great assistance in determining sizes and types needed and for properly identifying individual lamps. llowever it is not intended to be used as a soufce of technical information for lighting installations. G-E lighting engineers and engineering bulletins should be consulted for up-to-date technical data pertaining to lighting applications. These and other assistance you may require arc available from your General Electric Large Lamp District sales office listed on the back
cover.

Only lamps classified in the manufacturer's schedules and contfacts as "Large Lamps" are included in this catalog. For certain services
additional lamps classified other than "Large Lamps" are also available. For instance, there are available additional lamps for aviation services

which are classified as miniature lamps and are listed in miniature lamp catalogs and schedules. Also additional projection lamps classified as photolamps are listed in photolamp catalogs and schedules'

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For prices oJ lamps listed in this catalog and for discounts, terms and transportation allotuances consult the current edition oJ General Electric Large Larnp Price Scbedule No. 2195.

Table of Contents
G-E Standards of Quality The Filament Lamp Lamp Bases Bulb Shapes and Sizes Bulb Finishes The Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps
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Table of Contents
Fluorescent Lamp Operating Fluorescent Lamp Colors .

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Systems 12-13 . L4 Mercury Lamp Transformers 62 Pag_e I.ndex of Lamps by $/attage 66-70 Ordering Instructions 7I Application Engineering Publications 7 | TYPES
48 39 48

G.E LAMPS BY LIGHTING SERVICES AND
Appliance Lamps

Aviation Lamps Black Light Lamps Decorative Lamps Floodlight Lamps
Fluorescent Lamps

50

44-45 60-6L 34-35 56-57
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General Line
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Instant Start Rapid Start

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Slimline Lamps Circline Lamps General Lig_hting Incandescent Lamps Inside Frosted Three Lite Lamps Q Coated Lamp's Silvered and S6mi-Silvered Bowl Daylight Lamps White Bowl Lamps GA Lamps
Clear Lamps Germicidal Lamps Heat Lamps High Voltage Lamps Hospital Lamps Indicator Lamps Infrared Lamps Locomotive Lamps

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Low Voltage Serv ice Lamps (6v, 12v, 3ov) Lumiline Lamps Marine Lamps Medical Instrum ent Lamps Mercury Lamps Mine Lamps Natural Colored Lamps Night Lite Lamps

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Pilot Lamps Projection Lamps Projector Lamps Reflector Lamps Reflector Color Lamps

Ozone Lamps

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Spotlight Lamps Street Lighting Lamps Street Railway Lamps Studio Lamps.
Sun Lamps

Rough Service Lamps Show Case Lamps -. lign 11d Decorative Lamps Qound Reproducer Lamps

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Tubular Lamps Vibration Lamps Yellow Lamps

46-47 24

Lamps s-hown in this catalog are approximately one-third qctqaJ- 1i-29 ex-c_ept Fluorescent, Ger^niicidal, Lumiline, anJ the H3ooo-9 [lercury Lamps. Colored lamps are shown in as close to acrual colors as possible. Fluorescent lamps and the Surprise Pink Lumiline lamp are shown in appro*i_

mately the colors as they app6ar when lighted."

GINERAI ELECTRIC TEADERSHIP IN LAMP
The test of a lamp's quality is how efficiently it produces light lrom the cuffent it consumes. The objective of General Electric's extensive f esearch work in lamp design and manufacturing processes is to make lamps of the highest possible quality - lamps lhut prodrr.e light for industrial, commercial and residential uses
at the lowest Possible cost.

DEVETOP

factories, homes, airports, automobiles' picture projection' any one of thousands of applications - requires the highest skill in lamp design. Complete specification of every lamp part must be mad-e for each type of lamp manufactured. There are at the Present time about 70o Jifferent specifications for glass Parts' 2OO specifications for bases, about 6boo specifications for lead-in wires and suppofts, a countless variety of filament wires and specifications for more than 2oo different chemicals or components' Each specification' length and diameter of filament' spacing between ioils, mandrel size and so forth is specified sometimes to a one hundred-thousandth part of an inch' A filament which in a single spot is l% Iess in diameter (in a 6-watt lamp that is fivereduce its life 2'%' All -iiio.rt-h, of an inch) than specified, may specifications, for more than L0,ooo different types of lamps' are c^ontinually reviewed and promptly revised when new data indicates a possible improvement that will mean lower cost of lamps' better quality of light or lower cost of lighting' Essential also to uniform high quality in lamps is the development of lamp making machinery that will assufe consistent accuracy of wattagi,life and lumen ratings and all other design features' In this field [eneral Electric has made many notable achievements' each one resultin g in a more efficient lamp and a higher standard of quality for all lamPs. Comprehensive testing of lamps throughout all phases of manu' facto.e] and testing of sarnple finished Products in General Electric testing laboratories as well as by independent testing s-ervices prooiJ"s a constanr check on quality and assures that all established standards are maintained.

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95O-watt Red End Heat Lamp FT-1 10 Lower Voltage Flash Tube 7 3OOO-watt T-32 Projection Lamp BLB Fluorescent Lamps
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MTNT ASSURES BETTER I.IGHTING AT TOWER COST

New processes, new materials, new parts and new types of lamps developed to meet specific needs are products of G. E. Research and Lamp Development' some of the more recent include triple-coil cathode, high temperatu_re basing cement, ,,e', coating, deluxe colors, enameled lamps, aluminum bases, treated exhaust tubes, longer life fluorescent lamps, more efficient mercury lamps and many new types of lamps.

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16 200-watt and 300-watt Semi Silvered Bowl
Ouhide Enameled Colors
Slimline Lamps 19 G36T6 Germicidal Lamps 20 Quartz lnfrared Heat Lamps
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and above, prevents raPid evaP' oration of the filament, Permit' ting higher temPeratures which result in higher efficiencies. Gas' filled lamps are indicated bY the letter C, vacuum lamPs bY the letter B. Usual gas is a mixture

of nitrogen and argon. Some lamps for special services maY
use krypton.

Button The glass is softened during
assembly and the support wires stuck in it. It is supported by

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the filament; copper used from base to stem press and nickel from stem press to filament.

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

Stem Press
The glass and lead-in wires have an airtight seal here. To have substantially the same coefficient of expansioo as the glass' the lead-in wire at this point is a combination of a nickel-iron alloy core and a copper sleeve (Dumet wire).

Exhaust Tube It is through this tube, projecting beyond

Fuse
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the bulb during manufacture, that the air is exhausted and the bulb filled with inert gases. The tube is then sealed off short enough for the base to fit over it.

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

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Lamp bulbs bave several different finishes which are applied to obtain a desired control of light, to affect the quality of light or to produce desired color of light. Finishes may be clear, frosted, enameled, inside or outside color coated, silveied, colored glass or the latest process "Q" coating the application of fine particles - generally of silica to the inside of the bulb. Soft glass is used but hard glass is used in smaller bulbs when higher wattages are desired and for lamps intended for outdoor use. Finishes are generally indicated by abbreviations such as CL IF inside frosted, DCL daylight clear, DIF inside - clear, - daylight frosted, EN enameled, IC inside- colored, RFL reflecting, SB - silver bowl, IJTB -white bowl, NC- natural colored. Typical colof abbreviations are AO-amber-orange, B-blue, FT-flametint, G-green, R-red, Oorange, Y-yellow, GO-gold, PK-pink, W-white. Lamp Ordering Abbreaiations are generally made up of wattage, bulb shape, size in eighths of inch and finish, use or other description.

G-E FLT]ORESCE]VT LAMPS
In fluorescent lamps, gas acts as the conductor produced by electronic of electricity and light ii -electrically heating a activity, us'opposJd to frlameht to inclndescence to produce light in an
incandescent larnP.

TYPES OF FLUORESCENT LAMPS 1. General l-ine fluorescent lamps are available

A fluorescent lamp is a complex electrical device. For this reason its light outPut and performance can be greatly affetted by the quality and desisn of miteriais used to make it, by precautio"ns taken during manufacture, and also ^by the equipment used for starting and operating the lamp. In appraising the value of a fluorescent lamP the foilbwins-factors must be considered in addition to p"rice: Light output; l\faintenance of light; Depe"aaUitityl Uniformity; Color; Life.

in several types: a. Bipin-base lamps for use in. fixtures havin! starters or manual starting switches. b. Bipin-base Rapid-Start lamps for use on
Rapid-Start ballasts to get quick starting
wit-hout starters. These lamps may also be used in fixtures witb glow-tyPe starters.

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CATHODES

Two cathodes, placed one at each end of the lamp, are the souice of electrons by which the current is conducted in a fluorescent lamp. The design and treatment of the cathode has a decided effeci on the performance of the lamp.
TRIPLE-COIL TUNGSTEN CATHODES Used in instant-start single-pin and bipin-base lamps, and also in the Rapid Start Lamps. This is a^unique cathode design developed-by Gen' eral Elecuic, giving improved life performance on Instant-stait and Rapid Start ballasts because the cathode holds more emission material and holds it more securely. Too, the fine wire heats up quickiy during starting, which also increases
life.

COILED-COIL TUNGSTEN CATHODES Used in general line lamps intended for starter servic6, and also for Trigger-start ballasts' In manufacture, the coiled tungsten wires shown below are coated with the electron' emitting material'

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resistance characteristic and the lamp vbltage decreases as the current increases, the lamp will destroy itself unless the current is limited.- This

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There are a number of different methods by which fluorescent lamps may be started and operated. Each method requires the selection of abarticular combination of fluorescent lamp and auxiliary equipment. The choice depends upon lamp charact6ristics. application requirements, and cost vefsus convenlence tacto.rs. -bor ex' ample, if lamps are to be operated outdoors in col^d weatherl only a few types will perform

operated with starter st 4', 6-,8-' and 13-watt T^-5; 15- and 3O-watt T-8i l4-, L5-, 20', 25-, and }-watt T-t2; 90' and 1Oo-watt T-1'7. 2. Trigger Start (no starters)

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starting. Although lamp life is a little shortei and thus lamp cost a little higher, rnaintenance is greatly simplified and con'
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without starters, yet gives Practically instant

There are ftve principal methods of operation. Some lamps maybe operated by only one method; some lam^ps may be operated by more than one. these five operating The following'describes -lists the lamp sizes appropriate methods and

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(uith

starters ot

heated before the lamp is started' relatively

If

fluorescent lamp cathodes are Pte'

inexpensive ballasts may be used' Such is readily accornplished - by preh'eating -means ofmanual switches (used in desk lamps and portable lamps) or by automatic stariers (where fixtures are controlled from a wall switch). Starters are available in either standard or no'blink types' The latter are obtainable in either the manual reset ($/atch Dog) or automatic reset designs and in the range of sizes needed for the different lamps. The "Watch Dog" is rec' ommended in most instances because it eliminates "flashing" or "blinking" at the end of lamp life' saves ballast wear, and lasts much longer.

This automatically Sfari provides cathode preheat without starters. Tri gger- Start ba llasts are currentl y av ailable for-14, r5, 20, and 3O-watt General Line fluorescent lamps and for 8" and 12" circline lamps. 3. Rapid Start (no starters) This newest of svstems combines the simplicity of Trigger Start with the low cosf of conventional switch starting. It requires the use of a Rapid Start lamp which uses special low-loss trlple-coiled cathodes ,o ,.drr." cathode heaiing losses, and is coated with Dri-Film to assure rapid starting even under adverse conditions. Rapid-Start lamps will give good performaniein fi xtures employi ng glow'type starters. The lamps shou-ld be used with Rapid Start ballists designed to automatically pro' vide adequate preheat with low losses' Lamps qlow as soon as turned on and come up to iniform full brightness in approximately two seconds.
Trigger

lamp is required, but the lighting fixture with the ProPer size of mosi be equipped -ballast.

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4,6,8 'S(/atts
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14, 15, Watts
20

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FS-25

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r3,30,
\fatts
40

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40 40 Wan 90 or

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The function of the starter switch is to complete a separate circuit. so a preheat current can llow through the filament cathodes and heat them momentarily;'afte, u fdw seconds the staiter circuit automatically opens and volJage of .the lamp' ifi" f"-p1ights. The design of a starter s*itih is influenced py th.e--starting and.operating sizes of switchcs seleral limps. of si-zes for different varies uoltages 3ir,.",t'" ru?g" b"r*""" r,^"riirg ""J "p"r"ring s*itlches relom*"ided for each size of lamp. .r" o.."rruryl Aboo" are startiig

SYSTEMS
LS-1o1 lists technical data on fluorescent lamps, ballasts, starters, and lampholders.

General Electric Lamp Division's Bulletin

start clfcults. 4. Instant Start (no starters) Through the use of higher-voltage ballasts, these lamps may be started without

While lamp and ballast prices are slightly higher, these are offset by elimination of the starter and starter maintenance costs. Rapid-Start lamps are available in the 4Owatt T-12 size, 16" circline and in lamps designed for greater current ro secure higher light output. They are marked "Rapid Start" for positive identification. The same 16" circline lamp may also be used on switch

WTRITG DIAGRAiIS

watt T -I2 and 4O-watt T- l. 7 sizes. They arc also available, on special order, in the 3O-watt T-8 size. 5. Slinaline (instant start uitbout starters)

preheat. They are equipped with tiplecoiled cathodes that afford in general the same long life obtained from the popular sizes of general line switch-start lamps. While they look just like switch-start lamps of the same wattage, instant-start lamps are not electrically interchangeable with them, for the cathode leads are short-circuited inside the lamp base to insure safety in use. Therefore instant-start lamps cannot be preheated in starter-type circuits. Further, general line lamps should not be used on instant-start ballasts or much shorter lamp life will result. Instant-start lamps arc available in 4O-

Prebeat or Sutitcb Starting manual starting sutitcbes)
WHlTErr-:...rr

(uitb

Starters or

2. Trigger Start (No Starters)

extra-strong single-pin bases that fit easily and solidly in rugged push-pull sockets. This combination makes lamp installation fast and easy. In the longer eight foot sizes, slimlines are the most efficient lamps made. In addition to increased efficiency, the longer length reduces the number of lamps and fixtures required in a given installation.

tages of the instant-start lamp with much greater convenience in handling and easier maintenance. The lamps are equipped with
A-C
LI NE

Slimline lamps combine all the advan-

3.

Rapid Start (no starters)

This, together with the elimination of
required
stafters, reduces the amount of maintenance

in a fluorescent lighting system.

4. Instant Start (no starters)

popularity. Slimline fluorescent are available in 42" and 64" lengths in the T-6 bulb size, in 72" and 96" lengths in T-8, and. in 48", -72" and. 96" lengths in the most popular T-12 diameter.

These advantages, together with the long touble-free life offered by G-E slimline lamps assure continuing growth in

5. Slimline (instant start uitbout starters)

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G-E FLT]ORESCEIVT LAMP COLORS

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G'E Fluorescent Lamps arc available in a range of strong colors and in ieveral different "whites." The gold, green and blue saturaled colors -red, pink, effects while the whites serve are used for decorative for both decorative and general lighting PurPoses. All fluorescent lamPs except gold and red are white when unlighted. Differeni phosphors produce the

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different colors when lamps are lighted. hite fluorescent lamps are designed to combine three elements important in lighting effects- (1) most light Per dollar;. (2) colorefficiency - properties to bring out the rendering - the ability and objects"and (3) beauty o"f ^col6red materials "$/hiieness" - their appearance in relation to either natural outdoor daylight or the traditional artificial 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 efficiency. Choice of whiteness affects both efficiency and color rendering properties. The descriptions below outline the effects obtained from the most popular whites. Standard Cool \$7hite combines high efficiency with reasonably good color rendition. It is the most widely usid fluorescent lamP color in factories' offices and schools. It blends well with natural daylight. Standard r$/arm \flhite provides the highest efficiency in white fluorescent lamps, it emphasizes_ orange, yellow and yellow-green at the expe_nse of othei coiors. Generally used where highest efficiency is more important than color rendition. De Luxe Cool White most closely simulates the appearance and color-rendering ProPerties of natural dailight. It is widely used in stores such as suPermirkets, florists, men's wear shops and other places where excellent color rendition of natural daylight is needed. Also used in factory and office installations where best appearance of colors is important.
of filament lighting in both "whiteness" and color rendering. Usually first choice in residence, restaurants, beauty parlors, department stores' bake-ries and other places where "homelike" lighting affects are wanted. Daylight, Soft White, lVhite, are still available for replacement purposes in existing installations and foi new instafiations where their appearance or colorrendering properties are particularly suitable.
efrects

De Luxe \tr(arm tilThite simulates the warm friendly

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1aThe 4-, 6-, 8-, and L 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 applied in niches, showcases, and shelving in stores. They enhance the function and appearance of miniature displays, signs and models. They supply 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.

Lcmp

Ordering Abbrcviation

Nominal
Lamp \(/atts

LenEth, inchcs

Description

standard 49ptox' j::liff iLY' d"&*

A.PPlo.t.

F4T5/C\r
F4T5

F4Ts.CWX
F6T5/D

lW

F6T5/W

4 4 4 6

T-5
T-5

6 6
6 9

F6T5/C\r
F8T5/D

6 6
8 8 8

F8T5/W F8T5/CW

FsTs/\rW
Fl 3T5/!(/
F1

3T5/CW
O Life

't3

't3

I

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

9 9
12 12 12 12
21 91

Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip.
restarted

Standard Cool \(/hite

White De Luxe Cool White Daylight

\ffhite

Siandard Cool White

Daylight White
Standard Cool \(/hite Standard Warm White

Vhite

Standard Cool White
1

94 94 94 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

4000 4000 4000 6000 6000 6000 6000 60C0 6000 6000 6000 6000

100 10s
75

195

920
21a 305 340 330 340

710 70a

-under :pecified test conditions with lamps turned off and no oftener than once every 3 burning hours,

@ Approximate initial lumens after

00

hours operation.

G-E FLUORESCEI{T LAMPS

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The 15-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
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ltlr

desk lamps. When used with the trigger-start ballast, starting is nearly instantaneous'

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4
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wallcase, and perimeter lighting' and

reflectors where the diameter is advantageous for good control'

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

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FLUORESCENT LAMPS (FOR USE WITH STARTERS)
Lamp

F100T17

Ordering Abbreviation

Nominal Lamp

Vatis

Length, lnchcs

Description
Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Mcd. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med, Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.
Daylisht
White
Standard Cool White Standard Warm White

stand"rd APP'ot'

Piii"s" 1:i"" OuantitY
!

Approx. lnitial
L um ens

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Fl 5T8/D
F1

5T8/W Fl sT8/CW

15 15

't5

Fl5T8/WW
F15T8/CWX

Fl5T8/WWX
Fl 5T8/SW Fl 5T8/B Fl sT8/G

15 15 15 15 15

't5

F15T8/GO
Fl 5T8/PK Fl sT8/R

15 15 15

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

18 18 18 18

24
94 24

't8
18 18 18 18 18 18 18

De Luxe Cool \(hite De Luxe Warm White Soft White
Blue Green

Gold
Pink
Red

24 24 24 24 94 24 94
24

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7 500 7500 7500 7500
7

680

t60
730

t60

500 500

4lo

500

F3oT8/D F3oT8/W
F3oT8/CW

30 30 30
30 30

36
36 36 36 36

Daylight White
Standard Cool White Standard Warm White

94 24
94

7500

F3oT8/WW

F3oT8/C\(X F3oT8/\(WX
F3oT8/SW F30T8/B

30
30 30 30

36
36 36

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm White Soft \(hite
Blue Green

24 94 24
24 24

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500 7500 7500 7500 7500

1110
1930 1 890 1930 1900 1200
1',l

50

24
94 94 24 24

F3oT8/G F3oT8/GO
F3oT8/PK
F3OT8/R

36
36

30
30 30

Gold
Pink
Red
1

36
36

O - Life under specilied

test conditions with lamps turned ofr and re:tarted no oftener than once every 3 bulning houts.

@ Approximate initial lumens alter

0O hours operation.

The t4-watt T-12 lamp is used for supplementary lighting in and_ industy. It is applied where ipace does n6t peimit use of the longer 15-watt lamp. It has been employed in p6rtable lamps using a low-wattage filament lamp for i billast. The 15-watt T-12 lamp has a lower Sulb-brightness than the 1578 lamp for about the same amount of light. It is preferred over the _T-8 lamp if used without shielding as is sometimes done for bathroom mirror lighting and some 6ther applications. Its many uses paralled those of the L5-watt T-8. The 2o-wattT-L2 lamp is one of the most widely used fluorescent_ lamps. ,It is employed in home fixtures for lighting in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and recreation rooirs. It is used in window valances and under shelving and cupboards for decorative and utili..,.rian lighting. It may be used io light closets, washrooms and small areas. It is also employed Tor supplementary lighting in offices and factories. In siores it lights fitting mirrors, niches, and wallcase displays. It may be operated by trigger-starr ballasts. The 25-wattT-L2 33-inch lamp is the longest T-t2 lamp which can be operated from L2o voltsa-c with a iimple choke-ballast. It is principally used in homes, either in general lighting fixtures or built into window valances and kitchEn work ipacei.
stores
FLUORESCENT

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F14T12lV/ F14T12lCW F14T1elWW F14T12lCWX

Burb *:;li, _L.q;;-' Vatts
14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Base

Description
Daylisht White
Standard Cool Vhite Standard Warm Vhite

standard 4q?lox.
T?l'"" Quantity (!)

Approx.

Packase
94 24 24

lnithl

Lumens

F14T12|WWX
Fl 4Tl

e/sw
11

F14I12lW
F14T12lB F14T12lG

't4

14
14 14

F14T12lGO
F14T12lPK

F14I12lR
F15T12lD Fl 5Tl 9/\( Fl 5Tl e/C\(/ F15T12/WW Fl sT1e|CWX

14 14
15 15 15 15 15 15

T-19 T-12 T-12 T-12 I-12 T-12 l-19 T-12 T-12 T-12 T-12 T-12 T-19
T-12 T-12 T-19 T-12 T-19

l,

15 15 15

't5

15 15 15
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s

15

1s
't 5

15 15 18 18

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

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

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

De Luxe Cool \fhite De Luxe Warm White Soft White@ White@
Blue Green

94 24 24
24 24 94 24 24

6000 6000 6000 6C00 6000 6000 6000 6000
6000 6000 6000

500 570 540 570 390 390 370 570

4

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Gold
Pink
Red

orioo ....
7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 570 650 620 650
435

F15T19l\yWX
Fl sT1
F't

e/sw

FlsT12/GO
F15T19lPK
Fl 5T1 2/R

FlsIlelG

5T12lB

F2ollelD
F20T1 F20T1

F2OI12lW
F?OI12lCW

r/\(W

e/C\rX

Fe0T12/WWX F20T1 e/SW
F2OT12lB

F2Ol't2lGO
F?OT12lPK F20Tl 9/R F2OT12lCW /1

F2OT12lG

F2Ol12/D /1

F2sT1zlW
F2sT12lD

FesTl2lCW F25T12l\(/W

F2sIl2lCWX
O Life
under specified

F25T12|WWX

no oftener than once every 3 burning hour:. @ D. C. Operation.

Med. Bip. Med. Bip. 't8 Mcd. Bip. 18 Med. Bip. 18 Med. Bip. I-12 18 Med. Bip. 15 I-'12 18 Med. Bip. 't8 15 l-12 Med. Bip. 15 T-12 18 Med. Bip. 15 T-12 18 Med. Bip. 15 T-12 18 Med. Bip. 15 I-19 18 Med. Bip. 90 T-'12 24 Med. Bip. 90 l-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 T-12 94 Med. Bip. 20 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 20 I-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 I-12 24 Med. Bip. 20 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 20 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 20 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 T-12 24 Mcd. Bip. 90 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 90 T-12 24 Med. Bip. 25 I-12 33 Med. Bip. 95 T-12 33 Med. Bip. 25 T-l 9 33 Med. Bip. 95 T-19 33 Med. Bip. 95 T-12 33 Mcd. Bip. 25 T-12 33 Med. Bip. test condition: with lamps turned ofr and restartcd

Daylisht White Standard Cool White Standard Warm White De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm White Soft \(hite
Bl ue

24 24 94
24

A

I*

94
24 24

a$

94
24

435 420

Green

Gold
Pink Red

24 24
94 24 24

Daylisht !(/hite Standard Cool White Standard Varm White De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Warm \(/hite
Soft White
Bl ue

Green

Gold
Pink Red Standard Cool White@

Daylisht@

Daylisht Standard Cool \(/hite
Standard Warm

White

De Luxe Cool Whitc De Luxe Warm White

\(hite

24 24 94 94 24 94 94 24 94 94 24 24 94 94 94 94 94
24

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500 7500 7500 7500

910
1030
9BO

1030 690 690 640

7s00

94 94
1

7500 7500 7500 7500

zioo 7500

',

uuo

1450 1600 1660
'1

'1130

130

@ Approximatc initial lumens atter

OO

hours operation.

All G-E Fluorescent lamps should be used only with auxiliary equipment designed to produce proper electrical values. IJnless otherwise noted, ratings apply to operation in a-c circuits. Lamps may be burned in any position.

G-E FLT]ORESCE]VT LAMPS
"fhe 4o-watt T-12 preheat lamp is used extensively for general lighting - in every field of a|pfication' It is employed in strips
offices and for special industry apPlications where it is impoitant to minimize direct and reflected glare. produce more light per foot than any others in the line. The light output of the 9o-watt Cool Vhite lamp is 5150 lumens, the light output of the l-Oo-watt is 485O lumens. The 9o-watt lamp is used in industry for general lighting and also in offices, stores, and show windo*s. The loo-watt lamP maintains its light output well in cold surroundings and is used for-outdoor applications (with thermal

A

C1p,*

or channe'li for lighting valances in home-s and show windows, stores, for display -of- fixtures, other services. Specially and hundreds designed low temperature lamps are recomme.rfed for use iir temperatures from 5ooF to OoF. Also available are instant-start types which reduce maintenance and insure more reliable starting when used outdoors in cold
weathef

The 9o-watt and loo-watt T-17

lamps

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The 4o-wattT-tl lamp has a comparatively low surface brightness'-It is used for high' quality lighting-installations in schools and

.

starters) or in areas with ow ambient
tr

temperatufe.

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L

.l.riit"iirti.i. #ii;rt; iir;i Jo not p,o"ide proper electrical values may substantially reduce either lamp life or light outpui, --ilil;tit or both. *rtii;"a as built to the specificaiions adopted by the Certified Ballast Manufacturets (CBM) do provide values rh"t-;;;l;; ;";;;d ri"ir"r ,"liriiements. This'certific;tion assures the user, without individual tesiins, that lamps
will operate at values close to their
ratings.

The life and lisht output ratings of fluorescent lamps are based on their use with ballasts providinS,proper-operating

"}.

It

V+-{

values apply at the end of 10O hours operation, where measured at 8O"F ambient temperature and under specified test conditions. All life ratings are based on three burning houts per start. Less.lrequent starting tends to increase lamp Lamp Life t*"1"u brrning hoirs pur.siu*, average life is increased 6v 25fi ot 6.0.fi respecilL.-*/h";i"rpr.i".p"i.ili-"i;r ii""tv. F"l .""1T;;.;'-5;;;i;;;;;;;s; "r iiri i'z%tiiLs the rated value, Sinie lisht output depreciates steadilv as lamps *tun lamps are replaced before they reach their averaee life. tis[iiis';.l";;"r;"iit ;;;tj"';;d;;;""i"ii

Lumen Outpul and efficiency

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Lamp

Nominal
Lamp Watts

Ordering Abbreviation

Lcngth, lnchcs

Description

Standard Packagc

Ouantity

Approx. Hours Life (r)

Appror.
lnitial
Lumens (r)

,t -s(

l.

t4oI12lD

F4oTl 9/W F4oTl 2/CW

40 40
40

F40T1e/W\r
F4oT1?/CWX F4oT19/WWX
F4or1 e/sw F4OT12iB

},.

s1y

F4Or12lG
F40T1?/GO
F4OT12lPK F40Tl e/R

F40T12/W/LT FgoT1 7/D
FgoT1 F9oT1

7lW

FeoTl 7/CW

7/C\(X

F9oT17/W\fl Feorl Ti\rwx
F9oT1 7/SW
F1 F1

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 90 90 90 90 90 9o 90

00T1 7/CW

't00
100

ooTl 7/W

l-19 T-1 2 I-19 T-12 T-12 T-19 "t-12 T-12 T-12 I-12 T-12 T-12 I-19 '{,17 T-17 T-17 T-17 T-17 T-1 7 T-17 T,11 T-17

48 48 48 48 48

48
48 48 48 48 48 48 48

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

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

Daylisht
White
Standard Cool White Standard Warm White

24

24
24

24
o/

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm \{hite Solt White
Bl ue

24 24 24
24

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500 7500 7500 7500 7500

9300 9600 2500
96A0

1840 840 1670
1

Green

Gold
Pink

Vhite
Dayl;ght White Standard Cool White De Luxe Cool White Standard Warm White De Luxe arm White Soft White Standard Cool White

Red

94 24 24
94

Vhite

12 12 12 12 19 12 12 1e 12 94 24 94 24 24 24 94 12 12 12 12 19

6000 7500 7500 7500 7500 7s00 7500 7500 7500 7500

2600
4800 5300
51 50

3650 5300 3650 3500 4800
51 50

INSTANT START FLUORESCENT LAMPS (NO STARTERS USED) Daylisht l-12 48 Mcd. BiP. 40 F4oT12/D/15 Whire I-19 48 Med. BiP. 40 F40T1 e/!(//lS Standard Cool White 4A T-12 48 Med. BiP. F4oT12/CW/lS Standard Warm White 4A T-12 48 Med. BiP. F4oT12/WW/rS De Luxe Cool White I-12 48 Med. BiP. 40 F4oTl elcwx/ls De Luxe Warm Vhite T-12 48 Med. Bip. 40 F4oT19/\rWX/lS Soft White T-12 48 Med' BiP. 40 F4OT12/S\{/lS White T-17 60 Mog. BiP. 40 F4oT17/W/lS Standard Cool White I-17 60 Mos. BiP. 40 F40T17iCW/ls Standard Warm White l-17 60 Mog. BiP. 40 F40T17/\vvlls De Luxe Cool Vhite tzsl T-17 60 Mos. Bip. 40 F4OT17 /CWX/tS De Luxe Warm \(/hite rzel T-11 60 Mog. Bip. 40 F4oT17lWWX/lS
O - Life
under specilicd test conditions with lamps tutned ofr and reslarted no oftener than oncc every 3 butning hours.

75oo 29oo 75oo 95oo 75oo 9450 75oo 95oo 75oo 1760 75oo 1760 75oo 1600 6000 95oo 6000 94oo 6000 95oo 6000 lloo 6000 1700

O Approximate initial

r

lume ns after 100 hourr opcration. The pins of these lamps arc rhort circuited inside the cnd caps

and lamp will not operate on preheal ballast circuits.

C.E RAPID START FLTIORESCEI{T LAMPS
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Rapid Start 4o-watt T-12 fluorescent lamps simplify lighting maintenance 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 different from that of the preheat lamp 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
Lamp OrderinE

-t -lgl,

close to metal which runs the length of the lamp. The fixture or wiring channel which holds the lamp will serve this purpose. It is expected that the Rapid Start lamp will be used instead of the preheat type in most new lighting installations where 4O-watt fluorescent lamps are chosen. The
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O-watt Rapid St^tt 7 2T L 2 lamp is especially

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&,

designed
services.

for

street lighting and other outdoor

'{t{l+

Nomincl
Lamp Watts

Length,
lnches

Abbreviation

Description

Standard Approx. Package Hours Quantity Life

Approx,
lnitial
Lumens

"* {l
&"'O

RAPID START LAMPS
2/C\(/RS F40T1elW\r/RS
F40T1

F40T12lCWX/RS F40T19/WWX/RS F40Tl 2/D/RS
F40Tl

e/!r/Rs

Fe6T12lCW lRS F100T12/CWRS
O

40 40 40 40 40 40 100 100

T-12

48

T-12 T-12 T-12

48 48
48

I-12
T-19

T-12

48
48

Med. !ip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. !ip. Med. Bip.
Recessed

White@@ 24 tVhite@-@ 94 De Luxe Cool Wh;te@@ e4 De Luxe Warm White@O 24 Daylisht 94 White 24
ltandard Cool
Standard Warm Standard Cool Standard Cool

75oo
75OO

9500 2600

75Oo 75Oo

1840
1840 2300 2600

75oo
75OO

96
72

Double

Contac(

I-12

Mog.

Bip.

White@ 12 75OO 6800 WhiteCO 19 75OO 5350

r!

This lamp is,designed and ratedlor.operation in supplemeniary_ @ Life under specilied test conditions with lamps turned ofr and recathode pteheat circuits, for which specifications are available started no oltener than once every 10 b;;"1"; h;;r;. fiom the lamp manufacturers. 4O-watt rapid start lamps nay be used in Starter-operated lixtures designed for 40-watt general line lamps, Vhen used, their starting and performance will be similar to that of general line lamps. They will deliver rated lile and light output, and will opcrate at raied watti.

C-E RF FLT]ORESCE]VT LAMPS

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F85Tl 0

for
RF FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Lamp

RF lamps have special bases and are available
replacement

in RF equipment.

Ordering Abbreviation

Nominal Lamp

Vatts

Description

F85T1 F85T1

0/BW 0/tW

8s 85

Standard Approx. Packase Hours Quantity Lile 94 24

Approx. lnitial
Lumen:

T-1 0

T-10

3 & 2 prong 3 & 2 prong

Blue White lndustrial White

7500
7500

3650 3650

G.E SLIMLI]VE FLT]ORESCEI\T LAMPS
'{r

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Slimline lamps are a family fluorescent lamps which are instant-starting, with single-pin bases. In general, they haie aduantaies in wiring,

of

,!&
,*
$

fluorescent lamps. The rugged single-pin base combined with "push-pull" insertion in sockets has become very popular. Slimline lamps are available in a range of lengths and diameters to fit general and supplementary lighting needs in nearly all fields of application.

insiallation, and maintenanci over

oth;

"fhe 96Tlz is the most prominent slimline lamp for general lighting se.rvice. The maintenance advantages of the _8-f"9t lamp result from fewer parts .in the lighting sysrems than preheat types rgquire for the same amount of light - lamps, ballasts, starters etc., being considered. sockets, & The72Tl2 and 4STLZ are 6- and 4-foot companions, respectively, of the 96TL2 which permit finishing out rhe ends of continuous rows where the 8-foot lamp_is used. These lamps are also used for general iigf,ti.rg where shorter fixture lengths are desired for scale or to fit an architectural module' The96T8 andTzTSareappropriateforuseinfixturesofthin,unobrusivedesign.Theymaybecolvenie.ntly conceaied in coves, coffers, diothe. restricted areas. Their operation at one of three currentra-tings, determined by the rating of the ballast used, gives considerable rangeln choice of lighting level and frxture brightness' The 42T6 and 64T6 are designed to fit the standard 4-foot and 6-foot store showcases. Their \z''inch diameter means minimum visual obstruction for all types of displays. The small diameter also permits accurate lontrol with polished, concentrating reflectors for'iallcase, show window, cove, wall or mural lighting and many other specialized applications' Slimline Lamps of all lengths are popular for use in illuminating outdoor plastic signs.

G-E CIRCLI]YE FLT]ORESCE]\T LAMPS
in three diameters. They are widely used in home lighting fixtures and portable lamps. They are also used for decorative lighting in
Circline fluorescent lamps are now available
;f l/ '1 't

restaurants, theatres, lobbies, lounges, and other commercial areas. They are adapted for some inspection processes in industry. The
8- and 12-inch diameter lamps may be oPerated on trigger-start ballasts. The l6-inch diameter

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FCtgTlO/D FcleTlo/cw
FCl

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^ "'t,.

FC16T1O/CW/RS.

I

I

i f iitiii6ivVirirl i
,

l!t9lt94Y.-w11s_

FC16T10/CWX/RS

I

lamp

1s designed for rapid-start operation.

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SLIMLINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
T-6 Approx.
Lamp

:1"

(INsTANT START)
5tandard Appror. Hours Packrge

Diameter

Ordering Abbteviation

Hf'
'17.5-32.s

,"?ilb,

Length

Description

Quantity

Lilc
.j)

Approx, Initial
Lumens

!) il)

F42T6lW F42T6lCW

F4rT6/WW
F4eT6lCWX

F42T6lWWX F4zI6lSW
F64T6/W F64T6lCW F64T6lWW F64T6lCWX

F64T6lWWX F64T6lS\(
T-8

11.5-32.5 1 7.5-32.5 17.5-39.5 17.5-32.5 17.5-39.5 95.5-48 2s.5-48 95.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48 2s.s-48

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

42 42 42 42 42 42

64 64 64 64 64 64

Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Sinsle P;n Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin

Vhite
De Luxe Cool hite De Luxe Warm Vhite Soft White White Standard Cool Vhite Standard Warm White De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Warm White Soft###BOT_TEXT###(hite
Standard Cool White Standard ###BOT_TEXT###(arm \(/hite

24 24 24 94 24 24 24 94 24 94 24 24

6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

15tO
1

4BO

1570 1 0s0 1 050
'1000
25 50

24so
25 50 11 40
17

'1650

40

Approx. 1" Diameter
24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5 39-65 32-65 39-65
T-8

F7218lW F7eT8lCW

F72T8/\(/\(/
F72T8/C\(/X

F72T8/\(/\(/X
F96T8/D Fe6T8/W F96T8/CW F96T8/WW F96T8/CWX Fe6T8/WWX
is) Approximate T-1

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

72 72 72 79

'12

Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Sinsle Single Single

Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin

hite
Standard Cool White Standard Warm Vhite

24

24
24 24 24 24 94 24 94

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Varm \rX/hite

6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

2650
2s 50

2650
18'10

39-65
3?-65

32-65

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

96 96 96 96 96 96

Daylisht Whitc Standard Cool White Standard Warm White De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm White
ma.

810 3300 3600
1

35 50

94
o/

3600
25 50 95 s0

initial lumens lot F49T6 and F79T8 lamps are for operation at 900

9 Approx. 1).i" Diameler
38 38 38 38 38 38 55 55 55 55 55

F48T12lD F48112lW F48T12lCW F48T19lWW F48T1elCWX
F48Tl 9/\rX/X

I-12
T-12 T-12
T-19

T-12

48 48

84
48 48 48 72 72 72 72 72

T-19

Single Sinsle Single Single Single Single

Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin

Daylisht White
Standard Cool White Standard Warm Whitc De Luxe Cool White

F72T12lCW F72T12lW

F'r2T12lWW
F72T12lCWX

I-12 I-12
T-12 T-12 T-19 T-12 1,12

FTeTl21WWX
Fe6T12lD

F96I12lW F96Tl 9/C\(/
F96T1

74 74
74

2/\rW

T-19
T-12 T-12 T-12

74
74

Fe6T12/CWX
Fe6T1

F96T19lW\rX
e/5W

74 74

I-12

96 96 96 96 96 96 96

Single Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin Single Pin Sinsle Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin Single Pin

De Luxe Warm White Standard Cool White Whire Standard Warm White De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Warm White Daylight Whlte
Standard Cool hite Standard Warm White

24 24 24 24 94 24 19 12 19 12 12
12
12

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 Tsoo 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500
7500

t1 50
2400 9300 2400

1700 1700
3600
37OO 37OO

9600 2600 4650
51 00

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Warm White Soft White Diamelet

19 12 12 12 12

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
Diameter

5050
51 00 37 50

3750 3400

FLUORESCENT CIRCLINE LAMPS r.c Approx. 1rf"
Lcmp

AND

T-1

0 Approx. 11i,,

Ordering Abbrcviation

Nomincl
Lamp

Vatts

Bulb lnche:

Length

Description

Ouantity

st.nd"rd 4qProx. Package T9.uo
11"

Approx. I n itial
Lu
m

ens

a)

FC8T9/CW

FC8T9/W\(/ FC8T9/C\rX FC8T9/WWX
FC12T1O

22 29 22 99 32 22 32 32 32

T-9 T-9 T-9 T-9
T-1 0
T-1 T-1 T-1 T-1 T-1

Ouhide Dia. 8)4 inches

4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin

FCl2T10/WWX
FCI 6Tl

FC1211O/CW FC12T1O/WW FC19T10ICWX

lD

0
0 0 0 0

Outside Dia.
1

I

inches

o/C\r/RS

40 40 40 40

De Luxe Cool White De Luxe Varm White Daylighr Standard Cool White Standard \(/arm \(/hite De Luxe Cool Vhite De Luxe Warm hite Standard Cool White
Rapid Start+ Standard \rX/arm \(/hite

Standard Cool White Standard Warm White

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

7500 7500 7500 7500 7500 7500
7500 7500 7500

930

960

1550 1600 1100 1100
99OO

FCl6T10/WW/RS
FC16T10/CWX/RS FC16T1O/\IX/WX/Rs

T-'10

Outside Dia.
T-1 T-1

4-Pin 4-Pin 4-Pin

0 0

1

6 inches

Rapid Start* De Luxe Cool \)/hite Rapid Sta** De Luxe Warm White
Rapid Start*

19 7500 19 7500 12 7500
12

2250

7500

l:,ti?lt",f-.:-" a;rr .1,;d "p.rutt';" onry with fixtures and circuits properly grounded. t) Life -under specified test conditionr with lamps turned ofr and reslailed

This lamp is designed and rated for operation in supplemenrary.cathode preheat circuitr, fo. *hi.l*p".ifi*io.r, the lamp manufacturer.^It.will

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it.*""'ri""r-G".,er

*iirili"!i" ri;-i";jifl:,::'.":3jT*;11::#i:l:j,,11,3,'#i
O Approximate initial
lumens alter I OO hours operation

type circuits but is not exoected to a*ain

.."

no oltener lhan once eyery 3 burning hours.'

G-E ITVSIDE FROSTED LAMPS

w
\tiltr954
15Al
5

#ffi k_tr
-L;y
404 504 604 75,\

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i.:;l!r'.

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&r

i

s &,: - .:6 &( *w
9Oo/lF

il
3ooM/rF

These lamps, which are recommended for most generai lighting aPPlications, have an inside "frosting #hicfr"a;n"'tes the light. eliminates striation*s and helps soften shadows. The outer bulb surfaces are smooth' easy to clean,

essential

for effective and comfortable lighting.

The standard 15O-watt lamp is now made in the A-23 bulb, replacing the former PS-25 bulb.
is made for use in indirect torchieres and similar

and the frosting absorbs very

little light.

The short bulb, medium screw' 250-watt lamp

The range of wattages and lumen values is comprehen"sive. These" Iamps, combined with the irany types of good equipments now available,

portables.

prdvidi tools io ttt""t ih6 -utty and diverse needifor residential, commercial and industrial lighting. There are small units for local lighting and lo* mounting heights and larger ones for higher mounting ind wider spacing. The right lamp in combination with the right reflector is

in 5oo, 7 5O, and 1o0O watts Three lamps - tubular bulbs of heat-resistant are listed with glass and medium bipost bases' These lamps irake possible the design of commercial and indusrial lighting equipments smaller in size than would be necesiary if designed for equal wattages in standard PS bulbs.

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ffi

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300/lF

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lOOOllF

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1500itF

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kffi

500T90/50

FW *l!f

1Mlt24

750194

300Ms/rF

Lanp
Ordering

Abbreviation

Pkg.

srd.

15415 95A

404
60A

s0A

754 1004 1 504
150
2OO

250G301 LC)

llF

3ooM/tF
3Oa

30oMs/tF 500/lF 500T90/50o@
7soTe4€)€) 1M/T24C)@ 1000/rF 1500/tF€)
OBurn base

/lF

750 llF

1000 1000
1

't5 A-1 5 25 A-19 40 A-1 9 50 A-19 60 A-19 75 A-1 9 100 A-21 150 4,23 50 PS-95 200 Ps-30 ?50 G-30 300 Ps-30 300 Ps-35 300 Ps-35 500 Ps-40 500 T-20 750 PS-5? 7s0 T-24
1

Qtv.

Class Filamcnt

Approx, Lile

Hours

Lieht
Lumcns Cntr.

Max, Ovrl,
Lgth.

Lgth,

Md.

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog.
Skr.

Std.

std.
Srd,

srd. srd. srd.

std. std. std.
srd.
Srd.

120 B C-9 120 B C-9 1eo c c-9 120 c cc-6 120 C CC-6 12O C CC6 120 C CC-6

srd.
Srd.

5rd.
Srd.

Md. Bip. Md. Bip. Md. Bip.
Mog. Mog. Mog.

Mog.

srd.
Srd.

srd.

500

T-24 Ps-52

std.
srd.

PS-59

std.

60 C CC6 60 c c-e 60 C C-9 60CC-7 A 60 C C-9 24 c C-9 .1000 5650 24 C C-9 5650 24 c C-9 1000 9850 12CC-1 3 1000 9400 6 C C-7A 1000 14200 24 C C-13 '1000 '14900 94 c C-13 1000 20000 6 C C-7,\ 1000 91500 6 C C-7A 1000 33000

1200 141 1000 265 1000 460 '1000 660 1000 835 150 150 750 1630 150 2700 150 2550 750 3700 500 4100 750 5900 '1000
',1

2.)i 3ri
3% 4+ ?1., at3:.i 4+ 3% 5,i 4% 6+ 5% 6i+ 68+ 3% 6% 6B+ 7 e).i t ).i ey; 7e%
46% 9% 131+ 5ri e% 5% e)4
9% 13-,1. e% 13+

2r; o1
^

a\.l

3

i€

down, @Burn base up. @Special glass bulb Heat.rosistant. a.lRecommended burning position any within 60" vertically base up or base down but lunen maintenance is best whcn burned vertically base up.

G-E

66GA)) LAMPS
The GA lamp - "The lamp with the built-in shade" device in,itself and is ready to use in is a complete li^ghting oPen-tyPe srngle" and cluster ceiling fixtures now using bare lulrpt." Desifned for base-up. birnin-g, the lamp, has an enaireled boi'l of a warm pleasing tint for homes and similar interiors which directs applroxima-t ely 2 /3 of the light upward and L/3 downward.

;
5OGA

,"
lOOGA

pecially appropriate f6r two. to the decorative tastes of many hotels, ihr"", fo"t'u^"a ive light *is fixtures' users such as homes, recom- clubs, restaurants and public The 1Oo-watt size mended for single socket fixtures. buildings. The sraceful contours and unAPProx. Litc

Abbrcvirtion

Lrmp Ordering

Base
GA-25
100

Volr:
std.

D€icription
Semi lndirect@ l. F. Decorated Enamel Bowl Semi lndirect@ L F. Decorated Enamel Bowl

$|1.'

CIas:

Filamcnt Hours

Lumcns

Mrx. Owl.
Lsth.

5OGA

lOOGA O

GA-30

Med.

60 c 60 c

c-9 c-9

1000 1000
.1

5

80

nT6

std.

430

Burn Base Up,

G-E YELLOV 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 attr^c'

tion for insects than lamPs of
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i uiru.J
rry"
E

*ffi
-Gf-

2sAlv

40A/v

#".o. ffiiggd
eflFrfr*

other colors. Yellow lamps are used on oPen porches, outdoor recreation areas' fitting stations, camPs, roadside
l :

{#:ffi

1OOA91l61y

#r#q*
1 .r*& * ? "F? !n'

stands, carniYals

Y

activities people enjoy outdoor
under lights.

ar'y place where

60A/v
Lamp

50P595
Approx.
Hours

Abbrevirtion

Ordering

Oty.

Pkg.
120 190 190 120
60

std.

Class

Fihment

Mrx.
Ovrl,
Lgth. 215

Life

esA/v
60Aiy
O

25

A-19
A-91 A-1 9 A-21
PS-95

4OA/v

40

60
100 150
1

100A21161y I soPs95/v
Design Yolts

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

Srd.

B
B

srd. 1 I s-1 25@ I I 5-1 25€)
1 1

C
C

5-l

25e

C

c-9 c-9 cc 6 cc-6 c-9

1000 1000 1000 1000
',1000

4k
+1E
J 16 215 u i6-

(L

20,

24

G.8,,Q,, CqATED LAMPS

tr=H qng
looA/w

qw

50/1

50R/\r

w
ffi*g

15oR/W

60A/W

1

00/300

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 inside frosted lamps of the same wattage. Since bulb blackening is not apparent through this new diffuse coating the lamps appear clean and white throughout life. The 5o/t5oM/V{ lamp is for base down burning in floor, table or wall lamps. The 6OA/W and rOOA/IW lamps are especially suitable for use in residential fixtures and portable
lamps.

50/1s0M/w

The 15oR/$f and 5o/l5oR/W have a special bulb shape and diffusing coatings with a variation
in density which produces a conrolled disribution of light when used in portable floor, table and wall lamps without diffusing bowls.

Lcmp

Abbrevirtion

Ordering

Watts

Basc

Volts

De

3cription

Oty.

;it;.

Clcss

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lumens Cntr. Owl.
Lsth.

Llsht Lgth.

Max.

60A/W

1o0A/w
I 50R/W

50/1 50R/\r

50/150M/W
1OO /3OO

60 100 150 501 00150 501 00150 1 00300

A-19
A-21
R-40 R-40
PS-95

Med. Med. Med.
3c.

Med.
3c.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

tVhite

Vhite
White lndirectO White lndirect@ Three Lite White lndirectO

120 190

cc-6 cc-6 tso 24c c-9 1000
C

1000

C

1630 99oo

B3s

3% 5*
6t
6% 3%
( 15 J 16

4+

24 c 9c-2R

1000
7sO

Med. G-30
3C.

t00-

Mog.

\(/hite lndirect
Three Lite@

60 c 9c-2R
60 C 9C-2R

1000

3%

6%

O

Burn Basc Down

G-E SILI/EREN A]YN SEMI-SruVEREN BOWL

S

{xtu xk' L. 1 S$i..

*Sffi,

tr "#

JS

F .8it;r', .;,r,rgr \.\;;::rwM*ii:|!.

1004/58
1

50/SB

60A/SB 2oo/sBlF

l ooA/1SBlF

Silvered bowl lamps have long been popular for efficient indirect lighting of schools, offices, homes and commercial buildings. They are also used in

direct lighting equipment such as dome-type reflectors, spotlight and floodlight reflectors, and in recent designs of large-area louvered equipment. The mirrored reflecting surface is sealed against dust ancl dirt. The opaque bowl shields the glaring lamp filament from view; this in turn allows fixture design in which the lamp bowl is exposed so that lamp replacement is simple and direct. Semi-silvered bowl lamps have a small open area at the bottom to provide direct downlighting emphasis over counter or display areas in stores.

ffiffi
,1
3ooMs/sBlF

&

&tr-g
i

900isBrF/1 3oo/sBrF/1

.L

26i

LAMPS

500/sBlF

500/sBrF/1

The process by which G-E Silvered Bowl lamps are silvered high quality reflecting surface which ?oes not dull, tarnish or deteriorate throughout the life of the lamp. The bulb is first chemically cleaned and sensitized to reteive a coating of pure silver. A protective copper layer is then electrolytically deposited ovel the silver to prevent oxidation due to filament heat. To this is added, furiher, a surface of
assures a

75o/sBtF

reflector.

overlapping aluminum flakes. These metallic deposits, approximately 1/Soooth of an inch in thickness, are'firmly sealed to the glass to create a highly efficient, mirror-fikb

l ooo/sBrF

in porcelain sockets.

Silvered Bowl and Semi-Silvered Bowl lamps should be burned base up. Sizes from 150-watr and up should be burned

Abbrevirtion

Lamp Ordering

Description

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Approx. Class Filamenl Hours
Lile

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Mar.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

60A/58 100/\/sB
1

100/\/1SBC
10oA/1SB|F€)

50/SB 50 900/sBlF 200 200/sBtF/1 200 3ooMs/sBtF 300 3oo/sBtF 3oo 300/sBlF/1 300 500/sBtF 500 500/sBlF/1 500 750/SB|F 750 1000/sBlF 500
1

60 100 'r00 100

A-19
A-23
A-21 A-21

PS-95

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

Md.

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog.
Skr.

std. std.
Std.

srd.
srd.
Std.

PS-40 PS-40 PS-59 PS-52

Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog.

srd. std. std. std. std.
Srd.

l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvercd
L F. Silvered

l. F. Silvered

l.

F. Silvered

1eo c cc-6 1000 120 C CC-6 750 120 c cc-6 1000 190 c cc-6 1000

3% 4+ 4r4 6i6 17,1 FL
a1l t /a I

Mog'

std.
srd.

60 c 60 c 60 c e4 c 94 c 24 c 24 c 24 c 6 c 6 c

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-7,\ c-7/.

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

5% <

6l+
ol os

q L. J 16

9tl

7 934 t era -t o}.f 7 931 e% 13+
13+

7%

e%

O

For use only in porcelain sockets and in lixtures so designed that the temperatures of the lamp and lirturc do not exceed limits lor satisfactory operation.

G.E DAYLIGHT LAMPS

ww
Lamp Ordering \Yatts

Daylight lamps give a somewhat "whiter" color quality of light than regular filament lamps. The use of either frosted or clear daylight lamps is usually simply a matter of choice.

However, the frosting diffuses light and helps reduce glare and sharp shadows. The clear

lamps give more sparkle and shine to mer' chandise, such as iewelry.
Pks.
Std.

Description

Class

Abbreviation

Oty.

Filament Hours
Lile

Approx,

Lumens

Light Cntr, Lgth.
01l

Mcx. Ovrl,
Leth.

25A'/D 60A/D
150/D

25

looA/D
15o/DCL 2oo/D

60
100

A-19 A-19
A-93
PS-25 PS-95

't50
150 900

PS-30

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

115-195 '115-195 115-125
115-'125 115-'125

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frostcd lnside Frosted
Clear Clear

115-125

120 B c-9 1000 ...... 190 c cc-6 1000 s00 750 9BO 120 c cc-6 ,1000 1470 60c c-9 60c c-9 1000 1470 60c c-9 1000 2000

3% 4* 43 6+ 5% 6+* 5% 6i+ 6B+

2lq

G-E WHITE BOWL LAMPS
White Bowl lamps are designed principally for use in open type direct lighting fixtures. They have a white enamel coating on the inside of the bowl which redirects about 8o% of the light upward. About 2o% of the light is diffused downward through the bowl. This redirection and diffusion improves the quality of illumination by softening shadows and reducing glare.

150/wB
500/wB

Lomp Ordering

Abbreviation

Vatts
't50
900 300 500

Bulb
PS-95

Base

Volts
Std. Std.
Std.

De

ssription

Qtv.

?Lg.

srd.

Class

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Lile

Lisht Cntr. Lsth,

Max. Ovrl.
Lgth,

150/WB

9oo/wB 3oo/wB 5oo/wB

PS-30
PS-35

PS-40

Med. Med. Mog. Mos.

Inside \(/hite

Std.

lnside White lnside White lnside White

60c 60c 24c e4c

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

7so s% 6i* 750 6 8+ 9r4 1000 7 93/" 1000 7

C.E THREE-LITE LAMPS

50l1sOM/W
i

50/1 s0M

w
1

00/300

k*wq Gffi

w

30/1 00

W
50/1 5oR/W

Three-lite lamps with their two filaments provide three levels of lighting. Each filament is of a different watage and may be lighted individually or in combination with the other.
effects. The combined wattage of the two frlaments is for use where seeing requirements are important.

The lower wattage is for decorative or

casual

especially for use in portable lamps without diffusing bowls because of its shape and special white diffusing coating. The lo/roO finds riruch use in vanity and dresser lamps. ope.ration

The 15O-watt and 3OO-watt sizes are particularly a-pplicable to floor, table and wall lamps having diffusing bowls. However, the 5o/15bR/$/ is

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

Abbreyirtion

Ordering

Lcmp

Watts

Bulb
3c 3c

Base Volh

Otv.

srd. Pks,

Clcss Filamcnt Hours

Length

Centcr Ovrl.

Lisht

Max.

Approx. lnitial
Lum ens

Lensth

30/100
50/1

50M

I

r 701 A-21 I oo] [1 I 501 1001
301 11501

Med. Std.

12o 60 60
6a 24

C C C C C
(^

2C-9
2C,2R 9C-9R 2C-9R 9C-2R ooD

750 75o
1000

3% 3%

s,t
si+

300, 980, 1980 600, 1510, 2110 590, '1 430, 2o2o

P5-95

Med. Std.

50/150

ll5ol 50/150M/w {r33) PS-95

1100f

f

50)

PS-25 3c Mos.
3c

Std. Std. Std.

s 3t; 3ri 1

6i*
5i+
6% 6%

Med.

7so

5o/150R/!7

]l3ll sol
l1

R-40 o 3c Med.
G-30 O 3c

1000
1000
1000

57O, 14OO, 1970

100/300

i1001
I
I

200f
300

Mos. Std.

60
24

141O,395A, 4660 3900, 5200, 8400

2OO/so0
O

I 300 i

iloot

PS-40 3c Mos.

Std.

C

2C-74

9yi

t5001
Surn Base Down.

G.E CLEAR LAMPS

',,' :;i I 'ii'' " n:.-r, liw
":srL: l? t r.rdt

i

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lR tn

sil .gr !rff .w'
I t.; t. ,lr ..1
1rl!

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tir

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1,,:i'i,..,t
i

10s14
l

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t! t\ 1t!

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i

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I

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w* tEd*dy lp-

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i t,' 1xr .:dj
.'

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50A/CL 60A/CL 75A/CL

i

.t
.

lrr--:Ji.

1) .
l

'

w:ffir
frl$.dl lb'ffi

_-1*i_

[rli 11

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1

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tai

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lfr;i rL{41 t.: l

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w;-E .lr!f'

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150A/CL

-Y
1o0A/cL
.

i iii 's,. ,l l.t"{,.

404/CL

l

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'e.ffi

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k1#.

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15A1

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i

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6

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ii.r'

I
I

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1

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lr

l&;J .-r
t":- {}

i I

'

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:$

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1.

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.,.r1:l:l:::r'::r''.t|:r.t.r.irl.'
ii..r..
r.Jr iir i

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300M

,

r,,, l'
r:i

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l:i,t:,.

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:

900P530/1

t

n-: -.r*:* {tr-.."'il*.ts

.rrci'
500

adequately shielded by reflectors. Gala lighting for amusement and festive

Clear lamps are suitable for general lighting where the bright filaments are modified by diffusing equipments or are

1MlPSsel44
1

500PS59/46

floodlights for lighting ourdoor gas stations and parking areas.

and spangles. Some reflecting or refracting units, designed for defined beam patterns, need clear lamps for a control more accurate than is obtainable with frosted lamps. Available are 2oo-watt lamps, normally medium base, with mogul bases; and two 3Oo-watt lamps, normally mogul base, with medium screw bases. Two lamps, in wattages of 1OOO and 150O, are made with bulbs of heat-resistant giass. They are intended for use in open
spo-rts,

areas can be obtained with clear, lowwattage lamps. unshielded. Or the lamps may be partially shielded by prisms, bead-s.

Abbreviation

Lcmp Ordering

W.ttr

otv,
10

PLg. Class
120 120
19A

5rd.

Approx. Appror,
Filament

Hours lnitial Life Lumens

Light Cnk. Lgth.

Mrx.
Ovrl. Lgth. 31,4

10s14

15415/CL
954/CL 404/CL 50A/CL 60A/CL 754/CL
150/CL 900

't5

5-1 4

A-1

5

25 40 50

A-19 A-19
A-21

A-19 A-19

60
75

A-19

100A/cL
1504/CL

100 150
'I

A-t3
PS-9s PS-30 PS-30 PS-30
PS-35 PS-35

50

300 300 300 500 750 750 1 500(, 1 500 'I 000 1 000 1MlPS52l44L-t:,t 000 1 500PS52/46aj,O 1 500

2 300M 300MS 300 soo
900PS30/1

900
2OO

Md. Skt
Mog. Mog. Mo9. Mog. Mo9. Mos. Mog.

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Mog. Med.

srd.

std.
srd.

std.
Srd. Std. Srd.

120
12A

120 120
120

srd.
Std.

B C-9 B C-9 B C.9 C C-9 C CC.6 C CC6 C CC-6 (,t,-6
C C C C C C C (L
CC-6

1 1

194
60

std.
Std.

C.9
C-9

60
60 60 24 24 24

std.
Srd.

C.9
C-9 C.9 C-9

std.
Srd. Std. Std. Srd.

PS-40 PS-s2 PS-s2

C-O

6
6

s00 19 200 1000 265 1000 460 1000 '1000 660 835 150 1 50 750 1630 150 9too 150 2550 150 3700 750 3650 150 5900 1000 5650 1000 5650 1000 9850
'1

2lz
gt)

2!1
2%
"l-l

s

3)tz
? l5

?12

4%
+16-

4+
tr1 a 16 (5

6 6
1 1

stl

3% 3% 4%

6+ Uh Bii
o1

vE

t%

e%
{? L 121 I J 16

o r6

1000 15600

PS-5t
PS-59

std.
Std.

6
6

PS-52

srd.

6

C C C

C-]A C-]A

C-7A

1000

1000 21500 1000 91500
33000

1000

33000

9!; etl 91ri 13+ 9r; 13+ 121
9.1t2

91/i a3.l

! i)

Special glass bulb hcat*esistant. Rccommended burning position any within vertically, base up.

60' of vertically

base up or base down but lumen m.intcnanca is best when burned

G-E PROJECTOR A]VD REFLECTOR LAMPS

l5oPAR/3FL

TsPAR/SP

75R3o/sP 75R30/FL

3OOPAR56/FL

eo0PAR/3SP

1 1

5oR/SP

soR/FL
300R/3 FL

3ooR/SP 3ooR/FL

500R/3FL
3ooR/3SP 5o0R/3SP

300R/FLl1 3o0R/sP/1

500R59 750R59

dirt.

industrial, and home applications. principai advantages are compactness, convenience, ind elimination of reflettor deterioration due to

units. They are widely used in

General Elecric projector and reflector lamps are self-contained spotlighting and fioodlighting
commercial",

lighting.

require shielding from moisture. Exiernal devicis such as color roundels, louvers, and shields can be clipped directly to the PAR-38 bulbs. The PAR-38 -spots and floods with side-prong base are L" shorter in over-all length thin the corresponding screw-base lamps. These side-prong lamps are tesigned to be supported by the UutE rim or metal shell of base an-d used with a heat resistant flexible connector. This offers ease of aiming_ along with minimum space requirements, lor such applications as store and show-window

proiector lamps may be used outdoors . PAR-38 in exposed, Locations; bther- projector lamps

portion of the bulb, and the filament position, are designed for favorable light distribution and shielding. Substantially evenlllumination results when spacing between units does not exceed mounting height. These lamps are widely used in plants where there is rapid colection bf dirt oo lighting - equipment. They are of special advantage where lighting units can be reiched for maintenance only at high cost, or where production _may be interrupied by tying up a crane. Typical applications are in foundries, railroad .car shops,_ steel mills, and welding shops. Almost no dirt collects on the bottom face of the !-52, where the light is emitted. The bulb should be protected from moisture. Lam.p No's. 150R/SP, 15OR/FL, 3OoR/Sp, 3OOR/FL, _should not be used in equipment when the base temperarure will exceed ioo"F.
Approximate Initial Cone Lumens* Cone ar 1O feer 75PAR/SP 220 30') 75PAR/SP lsoo 75PAR/FL 270 60') 75PAR/FL 43o
1 1 1

.*i;tm::.'ii"il"
15OPAR/SP 1O,5OO 15OPAR/FL 34oo

,_Heat-resistant glass although more expensive, allows higher wattage in the same bulb size and will withstand greater thermal shocks such as from moisture on the hot bulb. A noteworthy General Elecric development has provided a meth-od for applying lighl frost unilormly to bulbs of heat-resistant glass.

150PAR/FL 75R3olSP
7 5R3o

5OPAR/SP

sOPAR/3SP 5OPAR/3FL

100 50 1 100
1

13

The R-52 lamps, in 5OO- and 7 j}-watrs, are especially designed for high-bay lighting in industrial plants. The contour of tfre silv-ered
Lamp

zc>ne, 6Oo

I 500 3ooR/FL 60') Individual lamps may vary somewhat, Maximum candlepower is somewhat greater. 3Oo cone same as O-15'

15oR/SP 15OR/FL 3ooR/SP

lFL

1350 200 270 660 810

r450

lFL 30" ) 150R/SP 60") 15OR/FL 30" ) 3ooR/sP 60') 3OOR/FL
7 5R3o

60")

60") 30")

30" )

75R3o/SP

18OO

43o 6000 24oo

r25o

13,5O0

30" )

cone same as O-3Oo zone.

Ordering Abbrsviation

Volls

std.

Qtv,

Pkg. Class

Filcment

Approx. Max.

75PAR/FL TsPAR/SP l soPAR/FL
15oPAR/SP

15oPAR/FLlR
15oPAR/3FL
15oPARi3SP 900PAR/3SP

75 PAR-38 75 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38
150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 200 PAR-46 200 PAR-46 300 PAR-56 300 PAR-56 75 R-30 75 R-30 50 R-40 1 50 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-59
1

Hour: Lile

Ovrl.
Lgth.

Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med.
Side

Std. Std, Std.

FIood@
Spot@

Std.
Std.

Flood@@ Spot@@ Flood@@ Red Lens Cover Flood@
Spot@

200PAR/3FL
300PARs6/SP 3OoPAR56/FL
75R3o/SP

75R30/FL 1 50R/FL
150R/SP

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

500Rl3sP 500R/3FL 500R52 750R52

Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Mog' End Prong Std. Mog. End Prons Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Mos. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std.
gless bulb

Nanow Beam@
Flood@ Narrow Beam@ Flood@
Spot

12 C 12 C 19 C 19 C 12 C 12 C 12 C 8 C 8 C
o
-

CC6
CC-6 CC-6

CC.6
CC-6 CC-6 CC-6 CC-13 CC-13
l-L- t5
-a-

L
-

Flood Flood
Spot

Flood@
Spot@

Flood@@

SpotO@
Spot@ Flood@ Spot@

FloodO Light l. F.o Light l. F.@

8 C 60 c 60 C 24 c 94 C 24 C 94 C 24 C 24 C 24 C 24 C 94 C 24 C 6 C 6 C

CC-13

c-11
C-11 C-11 C-11

CC-2V CC-9V CC-2V

CC.gV
CC-2V CC-9V CC-gV CC-2V

9000 5+ 9oo0 s+ 2000 st 9000 5+ 9oo0 s* 2000 4* e000 4* 2000 4 9000 4 9000 5 9000 s 2000 s* 9000 s+ 2000 6% 2000 6% 9000 6% 9000 6% 9000 6% 9oo0 6% 9000 t% 9000 t% 9OOO 7% 9000 t%
9000 9000
113,4

C-]A

C.7A

1132

O

Burn Base Up.

@ Spcsial

-

hert-resi:tcnt,

@ Burn only in porcellin rockets.

G.E DECOR.ATIVE LAMPS
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I
I

I
1

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raf: I

'se q# \r9z 5*; i1 r 46 $.# Ef 15FN 15FN/W tS s6 B# ij$ lsFclw €U Egp 15Fc/v

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1C

1

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5FCIFT

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'i
!*

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i

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4? v

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tsctoyrc/w

15G16y2C

.

,l.:it::

P b | I
'i.,'!: .:;!r'

**d k: q

40F15/W

F s!-id
':.!i"&]:f

.*

esF/W

-f-:f ir*l
\ ti I

25F

lV

25F IFT

r:*1
i

F{{

bffi 'qd-95G25

-IUJ

60A21/G

60A91/AO

lOOA/AO

These lamps are designed for interior applications such as cove lighting, decorative designs, and special effects in homes, theatres, public buildings, restaurants, lobbies, and foyers. Outside coated lamps are not recommended for outdoor use.

Abbreviation
1 1 1 1

Lamp Otde ring

!(/atts

Volts
F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1

Description
Clear

otv.

Pks.

std.

Chss

Filament Hours
Lile

Appror.

Lisht
Lumens

Cnh. Length

Ovrl.
Lcngth

5FC

5FC/FT

5FCiV

5FC/W 1 5FN

15FN/W
15s11113
1 1 1

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

0

0
0 0

0
0

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. lnter. lnter.

Std. Std.

OC-Flametint

std.
Std.
Std. Std.

OC-lvory
OC-White
Clear

White
Clearirl
Clearir-)

s-l I
T-8 T-8 T-8

5T8C

5T8C/!r
5T8/N

't5

15 15 15 15 15 25 95 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

Cand. 1 15-125 Cand. 1 15-125 Cand. 1 15-125 lnter. 115-125

OC-tVhiteii'
Clear(t,l Clear

1sBe%lv
25F
zsF

15891

I

B-eti
B-9t.i
G-1611 F-l
5

15G16t;C 't5G16)lClW

G-16)t

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand.

Std. Std. Std. Std.

OC-White

oc-\fhite
CleariL)

Clear

25F/V

lFI

e5F/W

F-1 s F-1 5 F-1 5

Med. 1 15-1 95 Med. 115-125 Med. 115-1 25 Med. 115-125

OC-Flametint,.r)

OC-lvory i OC-White i
Clear

25G16%C

25G16llclW

?scl8l i/w
t5G9s
25G25lFT

e5c18)1lV

2sG18).,;!FT

G-16)i G-16);
G-18t.t G-18)a G-18),i G-25
G-95 G-25

25G25lV AAfi5
40F1

25G25lW 5/W
40G/FT 4OGIY

G-95
F-1 5 F-1 s

60/{91lAO
60A21lFT
6OA2't lB

4oG/W

40 40 40 40 40 60

G-95

G-25
G-25

A-21

604e1/RO 60/\?1/R

60A21lV

60A21lG

60A21lv 10oA/v
1004/B
l ooA/FT

1004/AO 100A/v
il

100/\/G

1004/RO 100/\/R

60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 100 A-t3 100 A-?3 100 A-23 100 A-t3 100 A-c3 100 A-?3 100 A-23 100 A-93

Cand. Std. Cand. Std. Med. Std. f"{ed. Std. Med. Std. Med" Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Mcd. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std.

White OC-Flametint

OC-lvory OC-White
Clear

OC-Flametint OC-lvory
OC-\rX/hite Clear

White OC-Flametint OC-lvory

OC-White OC-Amber
Orange

OC-Old

OC-Blue OC-Flametint OC-Green OC-lvory
Rose

OC-Red

OC-Yellow
Yellow

Amber Orange
Bl

ue

Fla

metint Green

lvory
Orange
Red

608 60B 608 608 608 60B 120 B 608 608 608 608 608 60B 60B 120 B 120 B 190 B 120 B 60B 608 120 B 120 B 120 B 608 508 608 608 120 c 190 c 608 608 60B 190 c 120 c 120 C 120 c 1?0 C 19A C 120 c 120 C 12O C 12o C 19A C 120 C 190 c 19A C 120 c 120 c

C-7,\

C.]A

C-l A C-7A

150
150 750 750

145

C-7,\

i50
141
15

3+ ?l
2l ?l JX

C-7A
C-I A

750

3rt
ol.a
Jh 2l Jl6 Jrt Jr3

C.]A

C-7,\

C-]A
C-] A,
C-7.A

C-7A c-9 c-9

750 145 150 145 750 750 41 150 145 750 750 14s
1

3\
3

750

c-9 c-9
C-7,\ C-l A

750
750

2lO

4).i
4%
4r.1
3
3 3

750
750

4)'

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-e c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9
c-e

7s0 260 750 750 750 7qn

27O 75o 7so 75D s0 44O
7sa
7

a 9 J l6

3*

rne

4+ 4+ 4+ 4+
41.; 4r,6

15O 750 75O 750

4+
4{6
.Ja

4

it

c.q 1000 c-9 1000 C-9 1000 c-o 1000 C-9 1000 C9 1000 C-o 1000 C-9 1000 CC-o tso CC-o 750 CCo 750 CC-o 7s0 CC-6 150 CC-6 7s0 cc-6 750 CC-6 7s0

?3

.r8 a3 3irs

116

.

4lur 4+3

31!
3:r!
"l]

4i3
+ti, ni6 +s Ure
vl6 ul6 A} vl6 AI

. 3ls . 3ii

6+ A]

6*

Design voltr 190.

G.E SIGII A]YD DECORATIVE

LAMPS

1'

I z

1sA17lV

10s11
1

N/cY

0s1

1

N/CFT

I flt
8S {5
1

.'tY

.f,*,

ffi *w
10511 N/CB

v
0s1

1N

e5A/W

r5AlR2

25Alo
9OA1715

': rwi Fry & il'.i *n;d
.U

40A/R

40A/v

40A/o

36

1

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

interior applications. The color is a firedon, glass.like material that will not scratch, 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.

J

Abbrevietion

Volts

Otv. 5

PkE.

srd.

Class

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lunens Cnk.

5s1 4 6s1 4

s-l 4
s-1 4
5-1

6514ltF 6514/CB 651 4/CG
651 651

4/CV 4/CO

6 6 6 6
6 6 6 6
11.t

4

s-1 4

s-l 4
s-1 4

6514/CR 6514/C\l)(/

s-l 4 s-14 s-14

6314lCY

s-l 4
7%
711

/;5
7+S/CO
7+S/CB

s-l1 s-l I
s-I 5-l s-I
1 1 1

7+s/cG
7+s/cR
7+S/CW

7tl
1%
111

s-11

1041 7 10s11N
10s11 N/CB 10s11 N/CG 10s11 N/CR 10s1

10
10

s-l s-l

A-17
1 1

1o 10
10 10

s-1

s-11
1

l osl l NiCFT
1 N/Cv 10s11N/C\r

10s11N/co

10 10
10 10 10

5-'t1
s-1 s-1
1 1

s-l

1

10s14/tF
1

os1

4/D

10s14/CB 1 051 4/CG

10s14lcR 1 0s1 4/CO 1 os1 4/Cv
I 0s1 4/CW

10 10
10

s-l 4 s-l 4

s-14 s-I 4
s-1 4

10
10

s-14
s-1 4

't0
10 10
10 15 15 15 15 15
'15
't 5

I osl 4/cFT
1 1

5-l 4

0s1

osl 4/cR2

4/CV

15417/AO
1s417lB
1sA.17lG 15^.17lV 15417/RO 15417/R
1s^.17IFT

s-14 A-17 A-17

s-l4

s-1 4

A-17
A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17

A-'t7

15A1 7/\( 15A.17lY

15 15

A-17

20417ls
z5AlFT

20
25 25 95 25 25 25 95 25 95
4A

A-17

e5Alo

25AlY
2sA/R

z5AlB 25/\/G

25AlRg

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-91

r5A/W 254/V
40A/O
404/B
40AiFT

A-19

4oA/V
40Alv
O

40AIG

40 40
4A 4A

404/R 40/\/R2
Desisn volts 1?0,

40 40 40

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. 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.

19 Std. Std.
Std. Std.

Sign

Clear

lnside Frosted
Blue Green

Std. Std. Std.
Std.

lvory
Orange
Red

Std.
Std.

White Yellow
Clear

Std.
Std.

Orange
Blue Green
Red

Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

\/hire
Flashing Sign Clear Blue Green
Red

Oranoe
Flame[int

Yellow White Std. lnside Frosted 115-1 25C Clear Daylight
Std.

Std. Std.

Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Blue Green
Red

Orange Yellow White
Flametint

lvory
Rose

Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std.

Amber-Orange
Blue Flametint Green

Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Old

lvory
Rose Red

White Yellow
Clear

Orange Flametint

Std. Std.
Std. Std.

O.

Yellow
Rose Bl ue Red

Green

Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std.

White lvory
Orange Blue Flametint Green

Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std.

lvory
Red
Rose

Yellow

120 B C-6 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 500 120 B C-9 1 500 190 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-7A 1400 120 B C-7A 1 400 120 B C-7/\ 14AO 120 B C-7,\ 1 400 190 B C-7A 1400 120 B C-7/\ 1 400 120 c c-9 1000 1eo B C-7A 1 500 190 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 s00 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 s00 190 B C-9 1500 120 B C-9 1500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 190 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 12A B C9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 900 '1900 190 B C-9 '1900 120 B C-9 120 B C-9 1 200 120 B C-9 1 200 190 B C-9 1200 190 B C-9 1 200 120 B C-9 1 900 120 B C-9 1200 120 c c-9 1000 190 B C-9 1 000 '1000 190 B C-9 120 B C-9 1 000 1eo B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 1eo B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 19C B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 12A B C-9 1 000 '1000 1eo B C-9
'1

Light Lgth. 4q 0rz

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth.

41

41

2%

7r:

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%
314

52

3% 3% 3% e% e% e%
o 1,/ a 1./

o1" 40
B0

934

3%
zi6 ^5 oL oa Zm o5 OL o5 z 16

1%

78 47

e%

3%
3% 3%

?v:

3% 3%
J72
?1,,

.:..
e14

al/

3% 3)1 3%
3"/s

e%
o3Z

2%

93;'

934

1

50

23/' e% e% 2%

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%
? 15 215

215

:..:

215 a 1s J16

Ji6

Js
J16
2 r5

e%
2% e%

cx

+i6
a I-6

e% e% e%
e%

+l6

4+ 11
+lE j7 T16 /L ATT

G-E T{ATT]RAL COLORED LAMPS

10s14/NG 10s14/NB

25.A/NA

60Ae1/NG 4oA/NB

60421/NA
Lamps with natural colored glass bulbs are recommended for use with a non-diff-using-bulb. where^it is important ^rnore to achidve color for specialized applications than for ordinary They are used sign and decorative color effects. These lamps are primarily for indoor applications. If the 6o-watt gas. filled lamps are used outdoors it is best to Protect them from molsture. Natural ruby and natural amber larnps -are regularly furnished in the lighter'shade. Dark ruby and d-ark amber- lamps used in photogralphic work will be furniihed only when definitely specified, at the same Price.
srd. Description
Pkg.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Oty.

APPror. Mrx' Class Filament Hourc Overqll Length Lite
B B
B

10s14/NA
10s14/NB 10s14/NG 10s14/NR

254/NA
954/NB 254/NG zsA/NR
4oA/NB 40AiNR

10 10 10 10
95 95 25 25

s-1 4

4 s-l 4
5-1

s-l4

404/NA
404/NG 60A91/NA
60421/NB 60Ae1/NG 60421/NR

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-91 A-91 A-21 A-91 A-21 A-21 A-91 A-91

40 40 40 40 60

60 60 60

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

std. srd. std. srd.
Srd.

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

6-120
6-120

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

srd. std. std.
Std.
Srd.

6-i20

6-190 6-120 6-120
6-120

B B

d
B B
B

6-120
6-120

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

std. std. std. std. std. srd.

6-120 6-120
6-12A 6-120

B B B

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

C
C

6-190 6-190 6-120

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

1s00
500 1500 1500 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
'1

3%
311

3%
31,4 Ji6 215 J r6 Js Ji6 t7 +16 AL -16

4#
+f5
A1l

4#
4l* A 15

38

C.E LT]MILII{E LAMPS

;aol$

;,i& "oo
q

i

r aOlV

&

L30
t

a

i

LAolgbA

1

"'.flil L6OIMB
L6OIEM

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

L6olo

j

loo1sr

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

" '1 L30/W I L6o/w
r_60/R

coating which is not affected by moisture and weather conditions. However, the lamps are generally considered for interior use.

Lcmp

Ordcring Abbreviction

Pkg.
Qav.

srd.

Clcss

Filcmeni

Approx. Max, Hours Lumens Ovrl. Life LEth.

L30
L3o/rF L40
L4OfiF

30

130/\r
L40/MB L40lEM

L40/O

L40/sPK L40/ST

L40/W
L40/R L60 L6o/rF

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

L60/MB 160/EM

60
60 60 60

L6o/O

L60/5PK L60/ST

L6o/W

60 60 60

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-B T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-B T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std, Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Clear

lnside Frosted White
Clear

lnside Frosted

Moonlisht Blue
Emerald

Orange
Surprise Pink
Straw

Vhite
Red

Clear

Moonlisht Blue
Emerald

lnside Frosted
Orange Surprise Pink
Slraw

White

94 24 24 24 94 24 24 94 24 94 94 94 24 24 94 24 24 e4 94 24

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

C-8 C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-B C-B C-B C-B C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-8 C-B C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-B

1500 9so 1732 1500 245 1132 1500 1714 1s00 370 1132 1500 36s 1132 500 113 + 1so0 11% 1500 1131 1500 1131 1500 1132 -i 500 11Y+ 1500 113,1 1 500 560 17 3Z 1500 5s0 17 3Z 1 500 17 32. 1500 173,4 1500 1tt4 soo 11y4 1500 17 3,4 1732 500
'1 '1 '1

G-E REFLECTOR COLOR LAMPS

1

50R/R

1

50R/y

1

50R/BW

1

50R/B

G-E reflector color lamps provide dramatic display and lighting effects. The four basic colors, red, green, yellow and blue are ideal for lighting backgrounds to accentuate merchandise on display.

propriate pairs of the basic colors in various
combinations. Reflector color lamps fit in regular sockets and holders. The silvered reflector is built right into the lamps, - cannot get dirty or tarnish. Color is fused onto the glass so it cannot fade, chip or peel. rJ7hen used outdoors these lamps should be sheltered or housed in suitable fixtures to protect them from rain of snow.

Pink and blue-white provide general illumination as well as color effects. Pink is used for warmth and blue-white for cool highlights. Intermediate hues are obtained by mixing ap-

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation
1
1

Qtv,

srd. Pke.

Overall
Length
lnches

M.r.

5OR/R(Red)

150

50R/PK(Pink)

't50
150 150 150 150

150R/G(Green) 150R/Y(Yellow) 1 50R /B\(/(Blue-Whit€)
1

50R/B(Blue)

R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

12 19 12 12 12 19

6%
614

6% 6%
614

6%

40

G-E STREET RAILWAY LAMPS
.

,

j.r, rii.l

'Y: Si;:il ;F ii9P

'i

\trL

:. :11#i: :"

36A/RvH

* #l*
a:
E.

s

94P95

1so /P25

/1s
1

33i61" 1AtA1s
.64 / A21 101/3

Headlight lamps are designed for operation in series with four lamps of corresponding wattage and voltage used elsewhere in the car.
Car Lighting, 5-in-series, lamps are of the vacuum type. The 36-watt and 56-wart lamps provide more satisfactory performance when operated in the ver-

tical base-up position. The 3o-volt cut-out lamps are of the gas-filled type
Lamp

and are provided with a cut-out feature which short circuits the individual lamp upon burnout. Sbop and Yard Lighting-Arc-resisting lamps are provided with a feature built into the stem of the lamp to minimize the tendency to arc when a lamp in the 5-in-series circuit burns out They are chiefly used in the lighting of shops and yards.

Ordering Abbteviation

Base

Volts
std.
Std.
Std.

Description i[i.
Headliiht
Headlisht Headliqht

Qtv.

Ctas:

Approx.
Fila.

Hours
Lile

Lumens

364/RyH
94P25
15OP25

/1s

36 94 'r 50
36 56

A-19
P-25

P-25

Med. Med. Med.
Med. Med,
,519

Light Cntr. Lgth,

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth,

190 B

60 B 60 C

C-s C-s C-s

1000 315 2*i 1000 92o 2*! 500 1900 3
e%
9%

2t5

4% 4%

CAR LIGHTING 364/Rv€) 56491O

(5-in-Series)

A-91

O @ Design Amps, CAR LIGHTING (Cutout Lamps 3O-Volt)
Design Ampr, .342

A-21

Std. Std.

1eo q c-9
12O

2000 36s B C-9 90oo s85
4oo

T16 ^7 + r-:

1AlA1e
1.6^.1A.21

1.6amp. A-21

1amp. A-19

Med. Med.
ResistinE)

30 30

120 C C-9R 2000 120 C C-gR 90oo 1eo

912

215 n j-d

710

2%

SHOP AND YARD LIGHTING (Arc 101423 101 A-93

C

c-9

1s0o 1150 4% 6+

C-E TRAFFIC SIG]VAL LAMPS
The traffic-signal beam candlepowers recommended by the Institute 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 signar outages due to lamp burnouts. The lOo-watt and 1ll-watt lamps are used where there is high

of Trcffi.c

1

I

\

background brightness or where a special hazard may call signal having unusually high attention-value.
Abbreviation

404/TS 60491/TS
67A.2114O

for

a

100A91lTS

111A21lIS

Ordering

Lamp

Vatts
40 60 67 100
111

Eulb

Base vorrs FXli:l trl
Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Std. Burn
Base

crass

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lumens Cnh. Ovrl,
oi Ai

404/TS 6OAel lTS 100421/TS
111421 /TS 67A.21/40

A.-21

A-21 A-91 A-21 A-21

std.
Std. Std. Std.

Down
To

Horizontal

iza c i20 c 120 c

190 c c-9 120 c c-9
c-9 c-9 c-9

2000 360 9000 665 3000 715 9000 1260 3000 1 380

Light Max. Lgth. LEth. 9fa f. 9-+
ol oL L t6

/-+
/1 A i a l6

G-E STREET LIGHTIIVC LAMPS
575PS40/sl
62oPS4o/53
37OPS40i 50

268PS35/55

995Ps35/58

-c_ !;gHj *#: i$ q*'6
t:!!
I

405PS40/s4
!

58419 /69

, lJl

.r ll. ; i!
1.1

;.ll , ll r

1

I

800Ps59/79 860PS5r/80
75PS95/63 189P595/64

1

92423/49

85A93/48

600

600/66R

/66

9500/66PS9s

25OO/66

320/66 1M/66 1M/75 1M/66R
1M/75R

r 2500/66R/PS95

esoa175 e50o/66R ?500/7sR

.

4M/66 4M/7s 4M/66R 4Ml75R 4Ml158U
4Ml15R/BU

10M/e0BU 10M/20R/BU 15M/9oBU

;

4Ml158D 4M/15R/BD

I

6M/r0BU
6M/2oR/BU 42

10M/908D 1oM/eoR/BD 15M/208D 6M/e0BD 6M/eoR/BD

Filament forms and support constructions of lamps i9 l-ig-ht face type are not exactlt is illustrated but differ only slightly.

Us-e of multiple lamps in sreer lighting is steadily increasing. A multiple sreet lr mp having a certain ialue of noininal lumens is designed, to deliver the same average light output throughout life as the series lamp-of corresponding lumen raring. Street series lamps, operacr d on constantcurrent series circuits, have r slow increase in wattag:: and fi_lament tem[ erature throughout life. Hence the light o rtput is maintiined throughout life at a high percentage of initial
value.

Current variarions affect sharply the performance of street series lamps, -The current in street series circuits shouldiherefore be adjusted as nearly as possible to rated value. The 3OOO-hour streer lighting lamps ate intended for group replacement iwice 'a yeat. The "standard" (zo0o-hour series and t5Oohour multiple) street lighting lamps are widely for grolp replacement ihree-times a year. Isejl Reference: General Electric Lamp Division Bulletin LS-106A, "Analysis of Street Lighting Costs as Affected by Gro.rp Replaceirent.;

MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS
Lamp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Vatls

Burning

Position

85423/48
1

58419/62

75PS25/63 268PS3si 55 37oPS40i 50 575PS40/51

800Ps5?/79

58 A-19 85 A-23 175 PS-95 968 PS-35 370 PS-40 575 PS-40 800 Ps-59

Std. Pkg. Qtv.

Clcss Filcmcnt

Approx. Liqht Hours Lumens C;tl. Life Lgth.

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth.

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

std,
Srd.

std.
srd. Std. Std. Std.

Mog'

Anv Any Any Anv Any Any
Anv

190 C 190 C 60 C

94 C

94 c 24 C

C-9 C-9 C-9

c-9
C-9

1500 500 1500
'1

3000
500

66s 115A 9800 4600

6 c
C C C

c-74

C-74

1500
'1

1

6650

41t 6+ 5ri 6 j* 1e%
911 13in

211

4%

s00

11000 15900

7q% 7e%

GROUP REPLACEMENT MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS 92423149 92 A-93 Med. srd. Anv 1 89PS25/64 189 PS-95 Med. Srd. Any 995PS35/58 295 PS-35 Mog' Std. Anv
405P540154

120
60 94 24 24

a
C
C

690PS40/53 860PS59/80

405

620
860

PS-40 PS-40 PS-52

Mog. Mos.

Std.

Mog'

std.
Std.

Anv Anv Any

6

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 C-7A c-74

3000 3000 3000 3000 3ooo 3000

1150 9800 4700

6650
0800 1 5300
1

7 932 7 932 e% 13+
Avg. Lisht
Ceriter

4% 6+ s% 6l+ 7e%

STREET SERIES LAMPS
Lcmp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Lumens

Cleu
Bulb

Volts

Amp:.

Burnint
Position

Qtv.

Pkg,

srd.

Class

Filament Lile
C-8

Avg,

M!x.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

32O166

600/66
1M166 1M115 2500/66PS25 2500166
25OOl75

4M/l

4M166 4M175
sBU

4M1158D 6M166

6M/e0BU 6M/208D 10M/908U 10M/208D 10M/66

15M/'oBU
15M/208D

10M PS-40 10M PS-40 10M PS-40 15M PS-40 15M PS.4o
't

1000 2500 2500 PS-35 2500 PS-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 6000 Ps-40 6000 Ps-40 6000 Ps-40

390 PS-95 600 Ps-95 '1000
Ps-95 Ps-25 PS-95

Lgth.
F 3,4 J
/A

Mog. Mo9. Mos. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog.

4.3

6.6
6.6 6.6
7.5

6.4

Any Any

I'l.5

9.5 9.8

Any Anv

21.6 19.2 39.8
99.1

6.6 6.6
7.5

Base Up

6.6
7.5 15 15

Anv Anv
Anv

13.8 13.8 48.4 14.9 14.9 24.4 94.4 79.7 35.9 35.9

Anv
Base Up Base Down

6.6 90 90 20 90 6.6 90 20

Anv

Base Uo Base Down Base Up Base Down

Anv

Base Up Base Down

60 60 60 94 94 24 24 94 24 94 94 94 e4 94 12 94 24 60 60 60 60 24 24 24 94 24 94 19 19 12 24 24 94

60 C 60 c

C C-B C C-B C C-9V C C-2V C C:9V C C-gV C C-2V C C.9V C C-9V C a_o\/ C C-2V C C.2V C C-7 c C-7 C C-74 c C-7 C C-7

c-8

9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 2000 9000 2000 9000

53

s%

l

)"8 s14

7 7

1
7

9000 9000
2000

6%
7 7

e%

9000 9000
9000 9000 2000 9000 9000

e% e% e%

6%
7

o3/ e% e%
e% e%

a3..1

6%
7

1

6%

GROUP REPLACEMENT SERIES LAMPS
600/66R 1M/66R 1M/7sR
600 000 1 000
PS-25
PS-25

2500/66R/PS2s 2s00
2500/66R 9500/75R

PS-25
PS-95

4M/66R 4M/75R 4M/1sR/BU 4Ml15R/BD 6M/66R 6M/e0R/BU 6M/20R/BD 10M/66R

2500 9500

PS-35
PS-35

4000
4000 4000

PS-35
PS-35 PS-35

10M/20R/BU 10M/20R/BD

4000 6000 6000 6000 1 0000
10000 10000

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

Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mos. Mos. Mog. Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog. Mog.

6.7 9,8 8.7 22.3 22.4 19.8 34.9 30,0 14.6 14.6 50.0 15.7 15.7 86.6 95.3 25.3

6.6 6.6
7.5

Anv Anv Anv
Base Up

6.6 6.6
7.5

6.6
7.5 15 15

Anv Any Anv Anv

Base Up Base Up

6.6 20 20

t0

6.6 20

Anv

Base Up Base Down

Anv

Base Up Base Down

c c c c c c c c C c c C C c c C

c-B 3000 c-B 3000 c-8 300c c-gv 3000 c-2v 3000 c-2v 3000 c-gv 3000 c-gv 3000 C-2V 3000 c-9v 3000 c-2v 3000 C-9V 3000 C-9V 3000 c-7A 3000 c-7 3000 C-7 3000

7 93/4 7 934 6% e3A 79%

5% 7% 5% 7% s% 7% s% 716 7e% 7 934 7 et6
93/.

6% 6%
7 1

7

e%
932 932

e%

G-E AYIATIOI{ LAMPS

,:lii .i:.1:*,::.

4t ll,
8"- g

j_1

.

ffi *-c&..

**d

i "1'

].|',,l

t.:;i-, ilti

'qw
15415/C

€ffis w
6.64/T10P 6.6A/T10/1P 6.6AlT14P

rtii '. ,4;e t*s*$

i{eti

;::ffi?

'sF

soA/CLA/S

40491P

100491P

t,t

ffl g#E

€€E €$il
40Tl 0P

F3RP1

F5000 9/BL

Airway and airport lamps and airplane landing lamps are generally use^d in projection rype of equipment. In G-E"Aviation Lamps for these applications the filaments are accurately posiiioned to aid 1n providing the desired beam patterns.

Abbre viation

Ordcring

LcmP

Vctts

Volts

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Class Filament Hours
Life

Approx.

Lumcns

Light
Cntr,

Lgth.
E 11

Max. Ovrl, Lsth,
1 ln lv t6

so0PS40/4s 620Ps40P
62oPS4o/1 P 500T20/1 3

soor20124
5ooTe0P/AB
F3RPI 2/BL

1M/TeoBP 1M/T20BP
F5000 25OPAR

500 620 620 500 500 500 1 000 1 000
3

399PAR

't00A21P

4 ?50 399 100
45 30

PS-40 PS-40 PS-40 T-90 T-20 T-?0 T-20 T-90 RP-'l ? RP-l I
T-1 T-1

Mog. Pf. Mog. Pf. Mog. Pl. Med. Bip. Mos. Pf. Mos. Bip. Mog. Bip.
D.C.lndexins D.C.lndexing

Mog.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. 30 Std. 12-16 94-28

Beacon Beacon Beacon Airway BeaconQ On Course Bea.O On Course Bea.@
Code Code Code Airway. Beacon@

24 24

C

C
C C C C C C

24
12 12 12 12 12

Airway Beacon@
U. V.
U.

V. lnst.

lnst.

c-9 1000 9850 c-7.\ 3000 10800 c-7 A 3000 10800 c-138 500 9500 c-1 38 800 c-13B 800 c-13 s00 93500 c-13 500 90500

4%

si+ 10+ s+ 1o+ 31%

J rc

3+ 4

e+

e%
91,4

12O 12O

4e%oL

L76

PAR-56 Mos. Prong PAR-56 Mos. Prons

6.6A/Tl

oP

6.6AlT1O11P

6.6AlI14P
15A15/CL

200
15 25

esA/CL
40T1 0P

40491P soA/CL/VS
67 A21l4O

40 40
50

1ooA21

111At1/TS

/TS

67 100
't 11

A-91 0 0 l-1 4 A-1 5 A-1 9 T-1 0 A-91 A-1 9 A-21 A-21 A-21

Mcd. Pf. Med. Pf . Med. Pl. Med. Pf .
Med. Med.

Med. Pf. Med. Pl.
Med. Med. Med. Med.

12.5 Approach@ B C B C 115 Approach (D 120 C Marker (f Std. 60 C 6.6A. Marker O 60 C 6.6A. Marker @ 24 C 6.64. Marker O Std. Wind Direction 120 B Std. Boundary Marker 12O B 60 C Marker @ Std. Marker 12O C Std. Std. Obs. Marker 12O B Std. Traffic Signal @ '190 C Std. Traffic Sisnal @ 12o C Std. Traffic Signal @ 12O C

5 c-6 100 cc-13 '100 o3./ tr cc-2v 9000 c-9v '1000 140 4 t.- " c-2v 1000 390 1ri 3 ++ c-13 15 4900 o L R3.1 23,6 3% c-9 1200 c-9 1000 265 o1,l ? ll 3+F 1% cc-2v 1000 (-L o3,/ J16 cc-2v 2000 36s z/+ 01,l c-9 1000 5s5 o? 2l5 /1 c-9 3000 115 216 416 c-9 2000 1960 2+ 4+ c-9 3000 1380 zG atd
| /: J 16

,5' 15

,O Burning position 45" base down to horizontal. @ Burn base down. @ Burn basc down to horizontal'

44

500T20/1 3

5OOT2Ol94

50oT2oP/AB 500Ps40/45
690PS40P 690PS40/1 P

9sOPAR 399PAR

1MrrgoBP

replacement especially where maintenance is difficult. The 62OPS4O/IP 'in has a "hard glass" bulb and is used units where water leakage would cause breakage of the "soft glass" bulbs such as used on the other two larnps. Present pracrice in Airport Approach Lighting uses "line-shaped" fixtures having between 5 and 10 PAR-56 sealed beam type of lamps mounted in a row. \Whatever the length of fixture or pattern of fixture arrangement, the three PAR- 5 6

loOO hours is generally used where lamp replacement is easy. The 3OOO-hour 62OPS4OP allows the economy of group

Code Beacon Lamps are freouentlv used as obstruction ^ markers of tuti structures. The 5OOPS40/45 rated at

lamps listed are the basic light sources.

type of landing lamps are iommonly used on newer aircraft. They are listed in Gen-

Airplane Landing Lights use in 1o-inch reflectors l-ocaiid in the leading edge of the wing. Sealed beam
lamps

-

Som.e

eral Electric Miniaturl Lamp Schedules
and Catalogs.

T-to lamps. Higher intensity e-levated lights, on runways where instrument landings are made, use 6.6A/Tt4p
lamps.

Low_ intensity, semi-flush Airport-Runway tr{arker lights, about 2 inChes high, use A-2I lamps. .Uledium intensity elevated lights, about 2 feet high, use

G-E TRAI]Y A]VD LOCOMOTITE LAMPS
I .r
i

, *:1 #'j
t''*{

I
i-t',1

s"#i

ry

s's
656/5SC

C
656/B

6s6

154
95417/RS

50A19/RS 5oA/RS

954

1

5S1

1

/3DC

3051

1

30sl 1 Dc

/1 OO

bes s'p -\Y
€r.

e5T8+/rF

ce,s S!:M,.9
t:.r&;? ,"Y
5S14/lF

1ooA91/3
1OOA2114

ffi"_*xil

%g
50491

1004

TRAIN LIGHTING Train lighting lamps are sPecially designed to withstand the intense Yibrations and shocks encountered in this service. fn general they are available for operation on either 3o-, 34- or 60-volt direct current circuits. To insure satisfactory life, voltage regulating devices must be kept adjusted to the proPer voltage so that the voltage at the lamp socket corresponds with that shown on the lamP marking.
TRAIN LIGHTING LAMPS
Lamp

LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING

of the all-glass conitruction incorporating the filament, riflector and coverglass in a single unit. It is customary to operate one lamp for switching locomotives and two for road locomotives. \Utrhen applied to Diesel'electric locomotives, fixed resistors are installed in the circuit

The 2oo PAR lamp is of the sealed beam type

to reduce the line voltage to 3o volts.

rVhere separate reflectors and lamps are used,

the

1ooA2

If 3, 3z-volt lamp is
std.

recomrnended

Ordering Abbreviation

Dercription

Qtv,

Pkg,

Class

Filamenl Hours
Lila

Approx.

Lumen:

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Mrx.
Ovrl.
Lgth,

656 656/B

6

6
't5
15 15 15 95 95 25 95 25

s-6 s-6

Cand. Cand.

30 30 30

Double Coated
glossy blue

154
15A

154

A-17

A-17 A-17
A-'17

15A

954 954 954 954
e5T8+/rF
30s1 3051
1 1

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
I.814
s-11
s-11

/1

00

404 40,\

DC

30 30 40 40
50

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. D. C. Bay.
D. C. Bay.

34 6o
75 30

34 60
75 30 32

64
30

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

50491 50421 50421 50491

50 50
50

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Med"

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Train Marker Train Marker lnside Frosted
Inside Frosted

60 30 34 60
75

't004
1004

100 100

A-23 A-93

Med. Med. Med.

60 34

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Inside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

e40 B 240 B 120 c 120 c 1eo B 120 B 1eo c 190 c 190 c 190 c 60 c 1eo c 12A c 120 c 190 c 120 c 19A c 120 c 12A c 120 c 190 c

C-9V 1s00 500 C-2V ',1000
',1

50

1%

1t9 c-9 900 c-9 1000 '1000 1s0 C-9 C-9 1000 145 c-9 1000 3s0 c-9 1000 400 c-9 1000 9Bs c-9 1000 240 c-8 1000 350 500 420 c-7 A c-7A s00 365 c-9 1000 600 c-9 1000 535 1000 810 c-9 ',1000 990 c-9 c-9 1000 720 c-9 1000 690 c-9 1000 1650 c-9 ',1000 2100

2% 3% 2% s% e% 3% 2% 3t4 214 3i+ e% 3l+ 3i€ 2% 01.- 211
1% 1% 2% 2% 23J/n a31 J 7A
E,32

1%

216

e% 4% 4%
tlL -16 tr 15 r r6

3% 4+* 4% 6+ 4% 6+

3%

4i8

46

25OP2sl22
2OOPAR

300PtsP
250P95

for switching service. In similar equipment used on road locomotives the 25o-wa7t P-25 lamp is recommended. LOCOMOTIVE CAB LIGHTING The 34-volt lamps are intended for use in steam locomotive cabs. The 60-volt lamps are for Diesel-elecuic locomotives equipped with voltage regulators, whereas the 75-volt lamps
DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS
Lamp

are for use in Diesel-electric locomotives not thus equipped. The 656 lamps are used either as indicators or for instrument lighting. The 25- and 5O-watt lamps are for use in the engine cornpartment as well as for cab lighting. The 3o-watt S-11 lamp is mainly a marker or classification lamp, operated in series with a resistance on Diesel-electric locomotives.
srd.

Ordering Abbrcviation

Voltr

Description

Qtv.

Pkg. Class 120
120
B

Filcment

656/55C 1 ss1 1 /3DC 1 5Sl 4/tF

25A17/RS
30511/DC 50A/RS

50419/RS 50419/RS

6 15 15 95 30 50 50 50

Agcrox, Light F.lo..urr Lumenl Cntr. Lite Lsrh.

Mcx. Ovrl.
Lgth.

5-6
s-11

S. C. Bay,

s-l4
5-1
1

A-17

D. C. Bay. Med. Med.
D. C. Bay.

60
75

lndicator
Train

34
75

Loco. Cab
F, Train Rough Serv.

l.

190
120

B B B

c-1

A-19 A-19 A-19

64
34

Med. Med. Med.

Marker
Service l. F. l. F. Train Rough Serv. l. F, Train Rough Serv.
Rough

120 120 190 190

c
B B

60
75

B

2% 3+ c-74 soo 36s 1% 2% c-e 1000 5eo 2% 3l* c-9 1000 s3s 2% 3l-3 c-9 1000 s3 s 211 3l*
Lsmcns
1

c-9 c-9

1000 1000 1000

1

500

.l

35

141 245

e%

1+ 1%

1+* 3%

2%

DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING LAMPS
Abbrevialion

Ordering

Lamp

Watts

Burning Position

Std. Aporox. ?kg, Chss Filament H6urs Qtv. Lile

1OOA2113

1OOA21l4
2OOPAR

250P25
25OP25122

300Pt5P

100 100 200 950 250 300

A-21 A-21 PAR-56 P-25 P-25 P-25

Med, Med.
Screw Term.

Med. Med.

Med.
Pf. Pf.

39 60 30 32 32 60

Base Down Base Down

to Horiz.@ to Horiz.O

Horizontal Base Down to Horiz.@ Base Down to Horiz.O Base Down to Horiz]

190 120

8C c-13 60C c-sA 60c c-5,\ 60C C-s
C-e
C_e

C C

c-5 c-s

Lisha Cntr. Lgth.

Max,
Lgth.

Owl.

soo s00 500 s00 500 soo

1200
45OO 450C)

550

34t 34+ 3 4%
O_L 216 oL Z L6

43,4 E J r J

STEAM LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS (Cab and Headlighting)

34 IISJ lilF 1t S.-14 Med. Med. s4 9941&s.- lq A-1e Med. 199^^21/3 200 1qg PAR-56 4:21 Screw Term. se 200PAR 250P25 250 P-25 Med. 30 2:!P3!!22 250 . P-25 Med. Pf. 32 32
O
Unsatisfoctory lamp opcration. is likely between 45' Irom base up and base uo.

Any 12o B Anv 1ea B Base Down t6 Horiz.O 1io a Horizontal I a Base Down to Horiz.O 60 a Base Down to Horiz.6 60 C

a_s

e_iE
C_SA

a-aA

1000 141 9% 3% 1000 s90 9% 3l* s00 550 3 4+ s00 4% soo 4soo 3 4% soO 4500 2+ 5
'1

to occur in burning positions between horirontcl and base up, pcrticularly

G-E

LOV (6-Volt,

VOLTAGE LAMPS
\|-Volt
Lamps)

L2-Volt And'

,s

v
6s6

g..:# itu. *ryd
%d*#r
't

*.

k

-,-:8
€;: S;; **

:i:jg

\rjr
95A

5A

'Yir

-

ff -iX -{I

50A91

6- and l2-volt lamps are used on battery-generator outfits, for automobiles, boats, airplanes and places where electric service is not available. 3o-volt lamps are for operation on battery'generator sets such as used in rural areas and are the
6- AND 1z-VOLT LAMPS
Lamp

same as used

in 3o-volt train

#rtr €9ffi b-; ias -gF" 100A lighting systems.

Low voltage lamps' because of their higher curfent for a given wattage, afe more rugged, and in general more efficient.

Ordering Abbreviation

Volts
5

Oty.

PLs,

srd.

Approx. Class Filament
Life

Houls

Lumens

LiEht Cntr. Lsth.
o3Z
91.4

Mcx Ovrl.
Lgth.
?1,.4

5s't4

s-1

4

154
95A
6S6

15 25

A-19
A-21 s-l 4 s-6 A-17 A-21

A-17

50A21
5s1 4

50
5

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

6 6 6 6
12 12 12 12 12

Clear

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Si gn

15A

6
15 25

Clear

95A
50421

A-19

50

Med. Med. Med.

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

120 c 120 c 190 c 120 c 120 B 240 B 120 c 120 c 190 c

c-6
L-O

'1000

4B

c-6 c-6 c-6

C-9V

c-6 c-6 c-6

000 1 000 1 000 1 500 '1 500 1 000 1 000 1 000
1

190 350 780
45 50

3%
Ji3
A 15

3% e% e% 3%

190 370 830

i"A

3% 1% 3%
21l i 15 +ffi

3O-VOLT LAMPS PAGE 48 5sl 4
5

s-l 4
s-6

Med.
Cand.

30
30

154 95,\
50421

6S6

6
15 25

A-17 A-19
A-93
A-21

1004

50 100

Med" Med. Med. Med.

30 30 30
30

lnside lnside lnside lnside

Clear Clear

Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted

19O B C-9 24O B C-9V 12O C C-9 12O C C-9 12A C C-9 12O C C-9

1 000 1 500

45 50

000 1 000 1 o00 1 000
1

179 350 810 1 850

234

^7/ tza

2%
378

3% 3+t
/ l5

4YB 6+

+ 1T

G.E MARI]YE LAMPS
General Elecffic mafine lamps are especially designed to meet the exacting fequifements of marine sefYices. Included afe lamPs fof running lights, seafchlights, signal lights, and for divers'use undef-

watef. Dependable opefation is of vital importance. The needs of interior illumination aboard ship are well met with General Electric
genefal service lamPs.
Vatts Ampr.

Ordering Abbreviation
1

or

Volts

Bose
cable

Pkg. ety.

std.

AJgrf
Class

gc

Fira

Max.

"i1i'"" f:T;;[ flilill'
50

I
50/50P25/28
1OO/1OOP25
I l

M/G25 50/50P95/t8

Diving * Running Lisht+

1000
100

1OO11OOP95l29 Running Lishti

50 50 100
3OO

115
Std.

3c moq.

leads 4 C

std.

c-9 150 3c mos. 60 C C-5 c-9 lso
square inch watel pressure'

-

60 C

C-5
C-5

... .
Jr6

1071 JlG

/29

3r3 s*
1MG95'

- T. b" b*d t"l" ,"d---*"

\('lthtt""dt

"*,"dt

*r

t

Burn base down.

48

G-E HICH VOLTAGE LAMPS erl-zsr yotts) FOR GE]VERAL LIGHTI]\G S^ERVICE

50A19/38

50419/37
l ooA/Rs

100A/cL

15oPs95

9oo

These lamps, which are somewhat less rugged and less efficient than 1 t5-L25-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 efficiency as compared with standard voltage lamps.
The 750 watt R-52 lamp is for base up burning. Should be shielded against moisture falling on the bulb.
Due to lack of space only clear lamps are illustrated.
srd.

Ordcring Abbreviaiion

Watts

PkE. Class
Otv.

Approx.
Filament

Hours
Lile

Lumens

954
504

15A

254/R
50/\/RS

50419/37 soA19/38 60421

15 95 25 50 50 50 50

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

A-17

A-l

9

A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21 A-91
PS-9s PS-30 PS-30 PS-35
PS-35 PS-35

1004 l ooA/cL
1004/Rs

1 50Ps9s ?00 900/lF

300Ms
300 300/lF 500 500/lF 750

750llF
750R59 000 1000/lF 1 500
1

60 100 100 100 150 900 900 300 300 300 500 500 750 750 750 1 000 1 000 't 500

PS-40 PS-40 PS-s9 PS-59 R-52 PS-52 PS-s2 PS-59

Med. lnside Frosted Med. lnside Frosted Med. Red Med. lnside Frosted Med. Rough Service Med. Clear Med. Com. Oven Med. lnside Frosted Med. lnside Frosted Med. Clear Med. Rough Service Med. Clear Med. Clear Med. lnside Frosted Med. Skt. Clear Mog. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mog. Clear Mos. lnside Frosted Mog. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mo9. Reflector Hish Bay Mos. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mog. Clearf)

120 B C-9 190 B C-17 190 B C-1 7 190 B C-1 7A 120 B C-22 190 B C-1 7A 120 B C-11 120 B C-11 120 c c-7A 190 C C-74 120 C C-17 60 C C-7A

000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000
1

190 920

Lisht Cntr. Lsth. o3l
e% 2%
911

Max. Ovrl,
Lgth.

3%
21t J16 215 J rli ? l5 15 a Jm +i6 EI <5 J 16 <5 Jlfr uld oid o_L U I6

4t5
450 480 480 580

'1000

911 912

60 c 60 c
24 24 24 94 24 o 6 6 6 6 6

C C-7A C C.]A C C-7,\ C C-74 C C-7A' L L-/n C C-7A C C-7A C C'A C C.7A C C-7A

c-9 c-9

1000 1000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 2000 1 000 1 000 1 000

1260 1260
900 2050 3700 3700 4700 4700
4tOO

2% 3% 3% 3%
\
1./

6 6
-7

1l

7

8850
BB 5O

l

7 7

e% e% e% e%

1

4200

14200

e% e%

13+ 13+ 13+ 13+
1

e%

lggoo
199AO

g:,
e% e)4

11%
3*e

98500

@ Recommendcd burning position any within 60" ol vertically base up or ba:e down but lumen maintenlnce ir

best when burned vertically base up.

G-E HOME APPLIAI{CE LAMPS A]VD I{IGHT LIGHT LAMPS

15511

/1O2

40415/',|

40A.15/29

50419/31

50A19/38

ii:,ir!
:

lfri:',
!t

:

i*xri
,t!t'
!"Y3
&

f

,,:' I 1OOA23/20

::

i,1

w

r: &a g xH rr$ sai & *l \At Y 10c7Dc 10c7

kUll ,)r',

I

L&8
15T7DC 5T7DC /tF
1

*t

'.. $fi{

qs

#i /
1

ry

5T7C

5T7N

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

Lamps intended for

use

construction or filament

windings, which assure their effrcient operation in service. The L5T7 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 night lights.

Lamps intended for service under exremely high temperatures have a special basing cement and other special features which assure improved oPeration and longer life.

..&'i
U

'

ffi
25T8DC

[ff
25 TsDC /tF

The 4OA1 5/22 withstands fange oven tempefatufes uP

to 475"8. The bake oven
lamps are tested at 550"F.

a factor. The 2578

lamps

refrigerators and appliances when small sized lamps are
required.

The 15S1tf toz and 40AI5/1 lamps are used in

2sT8lN
40T6!4/2

Abbreviation

Lamp Ordering

Vatts Bulb

Base
Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. D. C. Bay. D. C. Bay. Cand.
1 1

Volts
9s0) 115-195(t
5-1 5-1

Description
Nisht Nisht Nishr Night Night Lisht Lisht
Lishr

std.

Qtv.

Pks'

Clas: Filament Hour:
Lile

Approx,
Lumens

Length

Center Ovrl,
Length

Light

Max,

7C7

7C7lW
7C7lB

7CllG

7C7lO
7C7lR 1 5T7DC

1sT7DC/tF 15T7C ,I5T7N
?5T8DC

2sT8DC/lF

4OT61r/9 40415129 50A19/31
1

25T8/N

50A19/38 100493/20
I

1ss11/109 4041511
O

0c7Dc

0c7

7 c-7 7 c-7 7 c-7 7 C-7 7 c-7 7 c-7 15 T-7 15 T-7 15 T-7 15 T-1 2s T-8 25 T-8 95 T-8 40 T-6% 40 A-15 50 A-19 50 A-19 100 A-93 10 c-7 10 c-7 't 5 s-11 40 A-1 5

240 940
240

I 1 5-1 250)
1 1

2se

Lisht
Light

240
24A 240 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 190 190 190 12A 240 190 12A 190

115-125(r:

115-1250)

115-1254
11

Nisht Lisht
Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance

5-125O)
srd.

lnter.

115-125e
std.

D. C. Bay. D. C. Bay.
lnter. lnter.

115-195(t
1

srd.

I 5-1 95

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Cand. D. C. Bay.

115-1254t

Home Oven 115-125 (t) Comm, Oven High Comm. Oven srd. Comm. Oven Pilot 1 1 s-1 95at Pilot 115-195t-y.t
1 1

-r

1,1

Refrigeralor

B B B B B B B B B B B B B C (-

C.7A

C-7,\ C-7,\
C-7A C-7A C-l
C-1 C-1
C-1

C-7,\

3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000

45

2%

21]
o1./

....''..
113
118

2% 2%

2X

irs
115 940
935

....

95/6

tlo?

e% e%

C.1
C-1

o5l e16

C-l
a_o C-9 750 750 1 000
1

C-B

Med. Med.
life.

5-1

25t)

Ref

rigerator

115-12541)

Appliance

B B C-1] C CC-6 B C,]A B C-7,\ B C-7,A C C-9

'1000

000

o
'2

435 2% 5oo 211 480 2% 1s5o 41.4
40

240 460

2% 2%
4
Jl6_ a15 Jm

2%
oL

39
137

400 1 000

450

2% 2%

Design Yolts 190.

O lndelinitely long

50

C-E ROL]GH SEITYICE LAMPS A]VD VIBRATIOI{ LAMPS
50A-19/5

e5417/RS

".d,,!,& ?:*"*;;X
l

s

^.%

€.gtr
75491/RS
25A/RS 504/RS 50A19/RS

*g

i

I

r;tiilqt!*lrirrir,

b.! rT

E:::'

:3
1

50A19/3
1

l ooA/RS

00R30/FLlRS

100423/28

5o/RS

900Ps30/24

150/V5

l t"-v 1l

lt 1t

!

j

I

Rough Service lamps are used in extension cords in garages, industrial plants and similar locations where they are subjected to excessive shock in service. 'The sp6cial construction of the fiIament enables th-ese lamps to with-

stand sudden bumps and other forms of rough treatment. VIBRATION LAMPS Vibration lamps are particularly designed for use on or near rotating machinery and

e5A/CL/VS 50A/CL/VS

3oo/Rs

other places where relatively high-frequency vibration exists. Certain of these lamps are EA^/Dc equipped *'ith a special type of filament wire rvv/trJ designed to operate suitably under vibration
conditions.
std. Pkg. Qty.
Approx, Life Lisht
Cnh.

*

I

ee @&
w

K:rl&.9

254/VS
504/VS

ROUGH SERVICE LAMPS
Lamp Ordering

Abbrcviction

Class Filament Hours Lunenr

Mcx,
Lsth.

Owl,

Lgth.

95417/RS 95 954/RS 25 504/RS 50 5041e/RS 50 50419/RS 50 504/RS 50 50419/5 50 50A/RS 50 50419 /3 50 754?1/RS 75 1004/RS 100 1004/RS 100 100R30/FLIRS 100 50/RS 50
1

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21
A-1 9

A-17

A-19

R-30
PS-95

l00Ps30/93 ?00Ps30/94

1

300/Rs 500/Rs

900 200 300 500

PS-30 PS-30
PS-35

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

PS-40

M.g.

75 Std. Std. 60 75 30 Std. High Std. Std. Std. High Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

l. l. l.

F. Train

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
F. Train F. Train lnside Frosted Clear Inside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Inside Frosted lnside Frosted

L F. Flood lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Clear
Clear Clear

120 190 120 194 120 120 190 190 120 120 120 190 60 60 60 60 24
94

B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C (C

C-9
C-1 7

C.29
C-9 C-9 C-9

C.22
C-29 C-29 C-92 C.17 C-17 C-17 C-9 C-9 a_o C-9

1000 245 1000 295 1000 460 1000 535 1000 535 -1000 s35 1000 465 1000 -1000 450 460 1000 t10 '1000 1990 1000 900 1 000 1000 9050 '1000 3350 1000 3350 1000 '1000 5350
9400
950

o3^

eri
21'/2

3%
2 t5
J 16

3t+
2Il "l! 2"L! J t6 1! " 215 J t6 f J 15 l6 +T6 E-L

e%

9l; ol,,
91,4

alA e% e% 3%
37.4

6 6

5,

1l v16 ^

5*

l l

8+
934

e%

VIBRATION LAMPS

954/VS 504/VS

?54/CL/VS

95 95

A,1 9

A-19
A-19 A-23

100/3/r8 1so/vs

5oA/CL/VS

5o 50 100 150

A-19
PS-95

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

19A Clear lnside Frosted 19O 12O Clear Inside Frosted 19O Inside Frosted 60

lnside

Frosted

12o

B B B B c c

C-9 C-9 C-9 C-9 c-9 c-9

1C00
1000 1000

1000 1000 1000

gss

er6 o1./

3l*
2l!
3

5s0 s55

13s0 2950

e|4
s%

oL1

21'1

4.3,1

6t

+t

6i+

G.E PILOT LAMPS AI\D IT{NICATOR LAMPS
.i"-! ' :;.t!l

##;Gffr rslrs oii*
6s6 u$l*

utol*

uril56

ruw
6s6/7

i{i bn:
f*f{
1

.W1 'J{ u*rl

s

lsr,ilsit i- -1 --e{ l'1 i!ffirq lf
1

j rl:!]l, I

:'.

:.

..;.:

.

./1.

i

i .,r 8:l;*

.:':t

0s6/1 0 0s6/1 3

Egf

:i{ \yrOSrl/79

f{q

L

,.ll
,r,

.

,

6T4+11

10C7 10C7DC

11A/T4c r:j v
1

vtt

lr|

l

uses in homes and in-

S6-bulb lamps have many

to withstand vibration or shock. The 6741/z lamp
Ordering
Lamp

dustry but are not designed

is used where space requires a small lamp. The 1OS 1 1 lamps are used
where more Iight is needed. 15T6 larnps are used in cenStd. Pkg. Qty.
24O

tral station power switchboards. The r LA/T4C is used on power switchboards in a G. E. receptacle

5T6

containing voltage reducing
resistors.
Light
Lumens

Abbreviation

Watts
3

Bulb
s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6

Base

Volts

Approx. Class Filament Hours
Life

Cnh. Lsth.

Max. Ovrl.
Ls1h.

356/5

6s6
6s6 656

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

656l5SC
656/R

656/W
656DC
65617
6T 4+11
1
1

s-6
s-6
5-O

0c7

6 'to
10 10

0c7Dc

os6/1 0 1 0s6/1 3 1Os11179 1 5T6 1 sT6
1

T-4r4 c-7 c-7 s-6
s-6
s-1
1

Cand. Std. Cand. 12 Cand. 135,145 & 155 Cand. Std. S.C.Bay 60 Cand. Std. Cand. Std. D.C.Bay. Std. lnter. Std. Cand. Std.
Cand.

240 240

24o
19O 24O 94O
12O 12O

100 '115-1954 94o

D.C.Bay 115-'125O) 120

10 10

11^'lT4C 0 Design

.11A
volts 1 q0.

15 15

T-6 T-6

T-4

Cand. Hish lnter. High Cand. 115-125 Cand. Std. Cand t4O 'l 8 Cand.

94o
12O

190 60 60 100

B C-7,\ 3000 B C-9V 500 B C-74 1 500 B C-7,\ 500 B C-1 1 500 B C-7,\ 1 500 B C-74 1 500 B C-7,\ 1 500 B C-7,{ 500 B C.7A ,'.:o B C-74 B C-74 B C-1 r soo 1 500 B C-1 B C-7,\ 500 B C.1 9000 B C-l 2000 B C-9F 9000
1
'1

12 50

1% 1%

36
41
l1

1%
41f

1%

40
40
41

1-L

1% 1%
413

1l+
1%
ol

1

40

e!4
1%

39
65

63

1

119 114

Bl
o

1l+
1%
!q

2%
2l

3+
1%

G-E SOUND REPRODT]CER LAMPS
below are the most popular lamps used for theare movie film sound reproduction. Each was pioneered by General Electric to meet the exact requirements of the optical system with which it is used. Similar lamps for t6 mm. projectors are also available.
Illustrated here and described

4A/18/95
4AlT8SCP

5AlT8SC

7.5A/T85C

5A/T8SCP

7.5AIT8SCP

SOUND REPRODUCER LAMPS (Burn Base Down)Lanp Ordering Abbreviation std.

Qtv.

Pkg. €la:s

Approx,
Filament

Hours
Life

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Max.
Lgth.

Ovrl.

4Alt8lzs
4AlTBSCP

4 4
5 5

5A/T85C
5A/T8SCP

7.54/T8SC
7.5A/T8SCP

7.5 7.5

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

S. C. Bay.
Pf. S. C. Bay. s. c. Pf. S. C. Bay. s. c. Pf.

s. c.

8.5

9 10
10 10

'to

e4c 24c 24c 94c 24c 94c

c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6

100 100 100 1s80 100 1580

100 s00

610 580 1000 1000

1% 1# lt+ 1# 419
r 32
I

3%

3%
171 J/A .78

3% 3%

i--

52

C-E PROJECTIO]Y LAMPS AI{D PHOTOCRAPHIC STT]DIO LAMPS

I s0T8/2SC
l?:lai

750T12134

& TS
*H

500T20 /63
1

sooIz4 /15

& ddlrq b. ,.'il&.igii* 'iI*,e qrtrr
900T20

The majority of General Electric lamps for picture projection are described in the Photographic Lamp Catalog. A few projection lamps normally supplied by nonphotographic sources are listed herein. All are characterized by the newest and most exacting techniques of lamp manufacture.
The dimensions and form of each light source are chosen to fit the particular requirement

of

some specific group

of optical

systems.

directory of the proper lamps ro use in projectors Electric Lamp Divi- General sion Bulletin LD-19, "Lamps for Picture Projectors. " The first two lamps listed are designed for advertising devices. Theatre projeciion lamps are used in smaller theatres and school
auditoriums.
sMT64/1

General Electric Lamp Agents have a complete

Abbreviation

Lamp Ordering

Vafts

Volts

Description

Qtv.

Pkg.

srd.

Class

Filament Hours
Life

Approx.

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lgth.

Max. Ovrl,
Lgth.

I 50T8/9SC
7sOf 12134

soof2o /63 750124/16

7sof24/13 5M/T64/1
O

900T90 15OOI94/15

50 T-8 750 T-12 500 T-90 750 T-24 750 I-24 900 T-20 1500 I'24 5000 I-64
1

Bay. Med. Pf. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Mos. Med. Bip. Mos. Bip.
S. C.

Std.

Std.
Std. Std. Std.

Adv. frl
32oo

Adv.

@

3900'K

ti

30
Std. Srd.

3200 "K Theatre C

3200'KO
3350 "K€)

94 c 2cc-8 24 c c-13D 12 c c-13 24 c c-1 3 24 c c-13 12 c c-l3 94 c c-1 3

900 200
35 50 12

1c

c-13

100 60
75

2o5oo 914 6% 94000 21,4 6% 23500 4% 9+ 43s00 5% 9% 16sM 6% 13%

1r; 3% e+ s3l 13500 9r4 6%

Burn base down. @ Copy Board. lntermittent burning base up collector

grid.

@ Black and white photographv.

53

G-E SHOWCASE LAMPS AI{I) OTHER TT]BULAR LAMPS

t,

rl

'l
l

kaAlt

*=sry

air
esT6%ltF

t5Tl 0
I 40T1 0 25T10 | 7O

V-

60T10164

25T6%

:t

8.""i &e-Rt
reryF" e5Tl o/RFL 25T811/tF

75T1O145

40T10/AF

95T10/AF

z5I1OllF
4OT1O/lF

4OT1

0/RFL
4OT8/

4OT8/lF

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.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Qtv,

Pks,

srd.

Class Filament

Approx.
Hours
Lumens

Max, Ovrl.
Lgth.

Lile

2516% 25T61lltF
40T8

40T8/AF
40T8/tF

95T8t/illF
95T10
9sT1 0

25T10/AF 2sTlOllF
25Tl 0/RFL
40T1 0 40T1 0/lF

40T10/AF
40Tl 0/RFL
6011O164

751'tOl45

25 2s 40 40 40 25 25 25 95 25 2s 40 40 40 40 60 7s

T-6% T-6%
T-8 T-8 T-8

T-8% T-10 T-10
T-10

T-10 T-10 T-10
T-10

T-10 T-10 T-10 T-1 0

lnter. lnter. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

60 B Clear Std. Std. l. F. Showcase 60 B Clear 24 B Std. Std. All Frosted Showcase 94 B Std. l. F. Showcase 24 B 30 Inside Frosted 60 C 60 B Clear Std. Showcase 60 B Hiqh StJ. All Frosted Showcase 60 B Std. l. F. Showcase 60 B Std. Refl. Showcase 60 C 60 B Clear Std. Std. lnside Frosted 60 B Std. All Frosted Showcase 60 B Std. All Frosted Showcase 60 C Showcase 60 C Std. Showcase 24 B Std.

C-8
C-B

C-93 C-93 C-93
C-B C-B

C-90 C-8
C-B

CC-8
C-B C-B C-B CC-B C-B

C-93

1000 1000 1000 1 000 1000 1000 1000 1000 '1000 1000 1000 '1000 1000 000 1000 1000 1000
.1

240 240 410
405

5%
5%
117

11% 11% s% 5% 5%
E J

350 260 215 955 215 430 495 400 730 800

s%

5l /n

2 5%
r /8

q 5.^ J/n

11r4

>4

C-E MII{E LAMPS

ffi qry
50419/35

100P4R38/FL

1004
t,;

I

itl
l'ii:

l

I

,;1',

i'
'

!,1,r

50419
200

l:r,

I

Mine lamps, ranging from 5O to 2OO watts, are ot 3OO volts for use in haulageways, pits, shop lighting and other general lighting
available in either 275
afeas.

15oPAR46/1

The L5DPAR46/L, 32-vok lamp is

especially

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

designed for locomotive service. It has rugged filament construction and its concentrated beam closely fits haulage ways. Proper resistors must be used in series with 32-volt and 1.L5-volt lamps. Resistors to operate l5o-watt Iamps from nominal 27 5-voh supply should be selected to provide 4.69 amperes through 32-volt Iamps and 1.3o amperes through Lt5-volt lamps.
DcacriFtion

The 1OOPAR38/FL is especially designed for use on continuous miners. Its low voltage is
essential in order to obtain the ruggedness required for this service.
Lamp

Ordcring Abbrcviatlon

Volts

Pgk. Clm:
Otv.

srd.

Approx.
Fila.

Hours
Life

Lumens

50419 50419/35 50419 1004 1004 900 900

Llght Cntr. Lgth.

Max. Ovrl, Lrth.

50 50 50

100P4R38/FL

100 100 900 900 100 150 150

A-19 A-19 A-19
A-93 A-23
PS-30 PS-30

PAR.38 PAR-46 PAR.46

Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Side Prong
S,C.Term. S.C.Term.

150P4R46/1

150P4R46
O

275 275 300 975 300 275 300 12 32 115

lnside Frosted
Clear

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Clear Clear

190 120 120 120 120

Projector Flood Locomotive Headlisht Locomotive @ Haadlisht

60 c 60 c 12 c

B B B c C

C-11 C-17 C-17

c-9 c-9 c-6

C-74

c-t{

1000 460 2% 3*u 2!! 1000 465 01^ 1000 460 01^ ?!s 1000 1150 43A 6+ 1000 1150 4% 6+ 1000 2650 6 B*1 Ol, 1000 2650 A
z ! J16 1

000 800

as
4

8 C B C

CC.8 C-13
1

000

4

Burning position, plane through lamp axis and basa terminals horironlal.

G-E FLOODLIGHT LAMPS

AI{D SPOTLICHT

1M/G4OFL 950G/FL
4OOG/FL 5OOG/FL

which produce accurately controlled beams of light. There

These lamps have concentrated filaments and are used in equipments
are
1500G48/6

several "companion listings" of spotlight and floodlight lamps having the same dimensions but differing in life design. Floodlight lamps

are used where burning hours are long, such as in building floodlighting and show window lighting. Spotlight lamps are used for stige applications where burning hours are short and higher light output ls needed-Particularly in the blue and green Portions of the visible spectrum.
FLOODLIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation
Lamp Ordering

std. Volts
Burning Po:ition

Oty.

Pks.
60

Approx,
Class

Filanent

Hours
Lilc

Lumen:

Light Cntr. Lgth.
3 3

Max, Ovrl.
Lgth. E3 J rill

ooR3o/FLlRS 25oG/FL
1

40OG/FL 5ooG/FL

1M/G4oFL 1so0G48/6

1000 1500

100 250 400 500

R-30

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

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

srd.

Anv
Base

std. std. std.
5rd.

Down
To

60 60
24 24 6

std.

Horizontal

c c c c c c

c-17 c-5 800 3750 c-s 800 6700 c-5 800 9000 c-5 800 19000 c-s 800 30000
1000

5% 5%
B

4% s% 5%

e%

SPOTLIGHT LAMPS
Lamp

Abbrcvirtion

Ordering

Volts

Burning

Std. Position Pks. otv.

Apptor. Class Filcment Hours Lumcns
Lile

Lisht Cntr. Lgth.

Mcx, Ovrl.
Lgth.

1oocl6+/99SC 1oo G-16% 1OOGl6+l29DC'loo G-16% 1oo 1ooA91 /SP '.l0o A-21 A-21 100A21 /1SP 125 T-10 195T10P 150/150G30/32 150 G-30 150 s0 P-25 1soP25 /10 950 G-30 25oG/SP 4oo G-30 4ooc/sP 500 G-40 sooc/sP 500T20/64 s00 T-90 1MIG4OSP4% 1000 G-40 lMlGAOSPs% looo G-40 1M/G4oPSP looo G-40 1500T9416 500 T-24 2MlG48l17 9000 G-48 9M/T30/1 2000 T-30
1 1

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

Med. Med. Med. Pf. 3C Mos. Med. Med. Med. Mog. Med. Pf. Mog. Mog. Mos. Pl. Mos. Bip. Mog. Bip. Mos. Bip.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

I Base I 60 C I Down To I 60 C Horizontal 12o C 12O C Base Up Base Down 94 C Base Down 60 C 60 C Base Up@ 60 C I Base Downl60CC-5 24 C To r Horizontal ) 94 C f Base Do*n \ 94 C rTo Horizontall 94 C t 24 C 12 C Base Up BaseDown 6 C 6 C Base Up
Spotlight Light lF hard glass button,

CC-13
CC-1 3

C-5 C-5 C-138

900 900 900 200

1 1

''1600
1

600

350 350

34+ 1 Aa
3 o zt6 J ln "3E3/ J /1 < L J 16

1%3 1%3

F3
C-5 C-5

:':
200 900 900 900 500 200 200 900 200 200 900

,.u:o
00 4100 8000 1 0200 9500
91

C-5

C-l3

C-5 C-5 C-5 C-13D C-13
C-1 3D

29500
29500

22500
33500 59000 48000

34% 3 sil 3s% 4% t+ o 3 a3./ 4% 7+ s%8
?15 0l

6t4 10

se%

61/1 10

O Not rccommended

lor burning betwcen horirontal rnd ba:e

up, O

56

LAMPS

",.,:l:itm:

!il

tffi
-fi

Fffi

e-

ut

Xs

100G16+/29DC
1

150/150G30/32
t5T1 0P

400c/sP

25oG/SP

00G16 +l2esc

1ooA21/sP .""'
1

00491

/1 SP..,,,' .,..:

l.

i|lfifjrrr,

soot2ot64
1

M/G40SP5r+ 1M/G4oPSP

Lamps

with round

bulbs

and C5 filament construction can be operated satisfactorily over a wide range of burning positions such as from base

down to- horizontal. The C13-D filament is limited in
burning position such as base

may touch and short out. Lamps with tubular bulbs are usually limited in burning
position base down or base uP so that the hot gas can - a maximum distance rise above the filament before striking the bulb. Otherwise

up to 3Oo, otherwise the coils

the glass may soften
bulge.

and

1MT2415
15OOT2416

2MlI3011

2MlG48l17

57

G-E MERCT]RY LAMPS

#-

&.

':Qee

d -?

H250J5

H250-A5

i

H40o-E1

v

H400-J1
H400-E1T

Mercury lamps are highly versatile sources of radiagt en_ergy- They are. efficient g"r";;;;; visible light lbr general lighting applications for factories,-for str6et lighting and outdoor floodlighting. They ate also common sources of ultraviolet energy used for sunlamps and for black light and photochemical effects. Mercury lamps require correctly designed ballasts for their bperition;-all lamps with the same suffix number in-the lamp order abbreviation are interchangeable and wltt operate from the same ballast design.

;i

la-fs upf.u.r ^r ^-;;*ttift ligtrtj? r"i at1t9.tt $a ilffi:fit color appearance of colored obj-ects, and for tlat
reason aie often combined with filament lamps for

The characteristic

blu_e-green_

light frorn mercury

interior illumination.

In the newer forms some colot correction is incorporated in the lamp by the ;:se of fluorescent phosphors within the bulb. Coior of - light is ihereby made comparable in color rendition to an equal wattage mixture of filament and regular
mercury.

For use only with auxiliary eq!ipment designed to produce proper electrical values, Lamp wattage is apptoximatc, For lotal, add cuxiliarv watts. Unle:s otherwise noted, ratings apply to operate in a-c citcuits'

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

Vatts

Bulb

Base

Description See Footnote No.

Light Std. Rated Approx. Cenler Pgk. Average lnitial Life Lumens (104) Length Oty.
12 12 12 24 94 12 12 19 19

Overall
Length
Jl6 EI J 16

Max.

Hl00-SP4 H100-FL4 Hl OO-A4 H100-L4 H100-M4 H100-BL4 H950-A9 H95O-A5 H95O-J5 H400-El H4OO.AI H400-Bl H4OO-El T H4OO-J1 H400-Rl H400-RC1 H1000-A1 5 Hl 000-C1 5 Hl000-A12 H1000-Cl 2 H3000-A9
t 58

100 PAR-38 Admed. Skt. *Black Lisht rtoz, er)t 100 PAR-38 Admed. Skt. *Black Llght toz. erri Amed. *General & Black Lisht r ioz. ozl { 00 T-1 0 StreetLts' (1o7) . 100 PS-95 Mos. General (107)... 100 PS-25 Mog. 100 T-16 Admed. *Black Lightrqt, s4) . . . Med. *General lnterior Ltg. (84) . . . . 950 T-9 950 BT-?8 Mos. *Gen.,St. & Black Light teo, tozi]. Gen. St., '57.86. to7 ' Col. lmp' 250 BT-28 Mog. Gen. St.& Black Lts.,t7.86, 107'; 4OO BT-37 Mog. Mog' *Gen. & St. Lighting (s7' e0, es) 400 T'16 Mog. *Gen. & St. Lightins 'e0' e4' . 400 T-16 Mog' *Gen. & St. Liehtins '86, 107'i ' 400 T-90 Gen. & 5t. Lightins (86,57, 107)5 400 BT-37 Mos. Mog. Reflector High Bay I'F.1st' totl 400 R-59 Mog. Hish Bay 57, r07,i 4OO R-52 Gen. St. & lndustrial Ltg. ;2. 0+' 1000 8T-56 Mog. Gen. Lts. Color Improved (57), (84) 1000 9T-56 Mog. General '57t.. 1000 8T-56 Mos. General Color lmproved 07) .. 1000 8T-56 Mog. 3000 T-911 S. C. Term. *High Bay lndustrial Lts. (sot .
.

2000 2000 4000 4000 1 000

1

.

4000

3300

.

3+ s

.

.

.

.

.

6
19 12 10

.

.

.

.

6 6 6 6
6 6

2000 4M-sM 4M-5M 6000 4M-6M 4M-6M 4M-5M 6000 6000 6000 6000

6800 11000 20000 1s000 '1 s000 19000 1 8500 16000 19000 59000

3.ik 3+ 5B 58 5B% 11% 1 7% 13 732 13 711 11% 7 9B;.i era 9%
15

s% 7% 5% 5%

11% 11%

.

.

6
1

::::

o:o::

.

srrzt-ro,V t iqooo

e%

1s+ ls iu1s+
55

+

Use separate lilter,

$ Color improved.

*

Speqial glass bulb

-

heal-resistant.

H1000-c15 H1000"c12

H1000-415 H1000-419

,i

I

d;*
&"f g'

':$

H400-Rl
(57) Mav not

H400-RCl

g.ive satisfactorv performance if anv accessory equipment is attaehed to, or touches the glass bulb, shosld be shielded against moisture fallinE on the bulb. (84) Life under specilied test condilions with lamps turned off and restarted no oltener than once every 5 burning hours. (85) lnitial luncns after'l 0O hours operation. Life under specilied test conditions with lampi turned off and restarted no oftener than once eve.y 5 burning hours. (86) Horizontal burning approved with or without magnet; ro operated, published life ratings.pply but watts and Iumens are rsduced. (87) Burning position within 1 0" of vcrtical base up. (90) ln itial lumens alter I 00 ho urs operation, Rated average lif e under spec ilied tcst con ditions; with 5 burn in g ho urs per start. 4000 hours; with 1 0 burn ing hours per start,6000 hours. (91 ) Opaque coating on reflecting section of bulb, (99) \fhen H100-44 lamps are operated on direct currcnt a polarity tevetsing switch should be installed to avoid the possibility of electrolysis in the lamps. (94) Burning position must be within 1 O' of vertical base down. teO) !1!9{_a1119eJile unde,r^snecilied test conditions with 5 burning hours per start 5,OOO hours; with 10 burning hours per start,6,000 houre; with 144 burning hours per start, 1 0,000 hours, lnitial lumens apply at end of 1 O0 hours opeiation. (98) Horizontal burning approved with magrtet holding arc approximately centered; so operated, published life ratings apply but watts and lumens are reduced.

(104) Approrimate initial lumans after 1 O0 hours operation. (107) Approximate lile under specified test conditions with 5 or more burning hours per

start.

H3000-A9 59

G.E MERCT]RY BLACK LIGHT LAMPS

Hl o0-sP4

H100-44

ffi
H100-FL4 H100-BL4

ffi

"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. effective visible light emitted by the source must be absorbed by a filter' In the H1o0-8L4, 25o{2lf6o, and in the

F4oT12IBLB the lamp bulb itself is the filter

of dark purple glass which absorbs nearly all the visible light and transmits
made
a

high percentage of black light' The other lamps require separate filters for most ap' plications.
Reflectors are desirable with all lamps (except the Hloo-SP4 and Hloo-FL4 which have built-in reflectors) to direct

To be

the energy effectively.

BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation

Ordering

LamP

sld.
!(/atts
Pke.

Approx,
Hours

Qtv.

Lile

Lumens Cnk, Ovrl.
Lsth. (l

Lisht Lgth.

Max.

Hloo-sP4*@@ 100 Hl oo-FL4*@@ 1oo Hl0o-A4*@ 100 H100-BL4*@ 100
*
Special glass bulb

PAR-38
PAR-38 T-10 T-16

Admed. Skt. Admcd. Skt. Admed. Admed.

12 12 12 19

1000 1000 1000 1000

E1 J 16

3+ 33oo 21
J 16

E,5Z

sb

-

heahresistant.

60

T-

C-E FLT]ORESCET{T AT{D FILAMEI{T

BLACI( LICHT LAMPS
.:..y"

\.k

t615L

fY tf,
:
,!Xi ll! ;:SJ

lt
zIBL

{

rrirCFu

F5000
F3RP1

FeT6/BL

._-"*,.*15ffiu

- -ifiiiisutts

rrort rleus

The fluorescent black light lamps

are

much more efficient than the mercury types,

but reqnire more space. The 25OA2ll60

is an incandescent lamp for intermittent burning in a regular socket. It is used where small concentrations of energy
are sufficient. The F5OOO, F2T6/BL and
F3RP12/BL are specialized lamps primarily for instrument lighting on aircraft.
250421160

FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation
Lamp Orde ring Nominal Lamp Length,
lnches

Vatts

Standard Package

Quantily

F2T6i

BLat

2
3

T-6

9)s
2
rL,,

F3RPl 2/BLO

RP.I2
T-5 T-5 T-5 T-8 T-8

D. C. lndexing D. C. lndexins

F4Ts/BL
F6T5/BL

4 6

FsTs/BL Fl 5T8/BL
F3oT8/BL F4OT12lBL F40T1e/BL/rSG)

I

6 9
12 18 36 48 48 48
2
ro,t

15 30 40

T-12

2/BLB(t F5000o
F40T1

40 40 4

I-12 I-12
RP.12

Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

120 120
24

24 94
94 24 24 24 24
19C

Med..Bip.

D. C. lndexins

O Designed for use on 24-98v D,C. circuih. O Desisned for use on 1 9-l 6v D.C. circuits, O For instant start seryicc. Vill not operate on pre-heat ballast circuits, it; lntesral lilter. ,d Life under specified conditions with lamps turned off and restarted no oltener than once every 5 burning hours. (D Opaque coating on reflecting section of bulb.

FILAMENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation

Ordering Watts

Lamp

Bulb

std.
Base

Description

Qtv.

Pkg. Class

Filament

Approx. Light Max.

Hours Cnh, Ovrl. Life Lgth. Lgth.

250421

160 250 A-21 Med. 115-125

Purple X

120

C

c-9

50 3% 4ii

(Continued an nert page)

TRAI{SFORMERS FOR C-E MERCT]RY LAMPS

TYPICAL ENCLOSED
TRANSFORMER

The table below shows the various types of transformers and reactors for the operation of mercury lamps. It will be noted that lamps having the same last numeral in the ordering designation can be operated from the same tyFe of transformer. More complete technical information on mercury lamps, as well as transformer dimensions and wiring diagrams is available in G. E. Lamp Department Bulletin LS-103.

CORE

AND COIL

3 KW

TRANSFORMER

TRANSFORMER

Lamp

\Watts

Type of Transformer
-J'ype

Voltage

Circuit

APProx' APProx' Line Current rwl;-r. Line \/atts (in amperes ) "'""'' il'ii:: Power Factor Loss Start- OoerNet ing ating
90
50 50 50 35

Cat. No.

c-E

A4 BL4
SP4

FL4

Stabilized Output Transformer Core & Coil Enc. Single Larnp Moisture-Proof Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp
Enc. Tulamp

100- I 30
1 1 1 1
1

18/ro5
r8l1O5
18/1O5

18/1O5 18/1O5

90
95 50

20 20 20 20 60
35

A5

AI
B1
E1 J1

R1

RCl

Core & Coil Enc, Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc, Single Lamp Pendant Mounted Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Core & Coil Reactor Moisture-proof Single Lamp Core & Coil Enc. Single Lamp $/eatherproof Single Lamp Weatherproof Single Lamp Enclosed Tulamp Enclosed Tularnp Enclosed Tulamp Enclosed Tulamp Encl. Single Lamp Reactot Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Enc. Tulamp Reactor Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp

tt8 / ro5 t18 / to5
1 1

18/1O5 18/1O5

50 90

30 30

.75 3.1 3.r 3.r 2 2.7 5 7.t 7.a 3.7

236 277
48o
230-

/2 to

t18/7Ot
/265
23o /265 23o / 265

/254 /440

/ ro5 tt8 / to5 tt8 / roJ
L18 r
1

r18 / ro5

18/1o5

18/1O5

236 277 46a

/2ro
/254

/48o
/277

90 90 90 90 90 90303 6020t 6020t 90 60 60 50 90 95 95603 90 90602
90
90

55 55 J5 55 55 4a 50 50 60 65 75 80 50 70 100 105 105
r65 r55
t40,

}I-12
H1000-

22o /24o /265

415

Cl5

460 460 22o /236 /277
1

90
90

18/1o5

90
90 90

22O

xrooo- {
I

ar

44o/460/48o

/230 /240

545/575/600.

90

t.42 r5.6 2 7 2 a 2 9 t t4 4.t 36 16 5 22 5.2 2.2 27 4.5 27.5 7.2 2.2 27.5 3.r 1.8 27.5 3.1 1.6 1.O 27.5 26 4., 7.2 t5 2 3.2 14 I 3.2 4.5 37 7.2 ta 12 7 24 t2 7 11 39 9 4.5 4t 5.2 6 7.3 39 3.65 39 2.6 3.1 39 4t 2 9.1 5.3 43.5 4.5 2.5 32 48 2 4.5 8.5 5 50 16.5 10 56 28 15 r35 14 7.5 110 105 11 6

89G80

89Gr40

89Gt42
89Gr46
89G182 89G54 89G190 89G191 89G192

4G700r
4G7002 4G7 003 4G7004 4G7022

4G704t
4G7042 4G7043 89G118 89G160

89Gr62
89G29o 89G298

89Gr4
89G15 89G18 89G36 89G276
89G27 t

89G272
89G27 3 89G27 4

89G23L 89G208

89G2028

62

C-E OZOIYE LAMP

t'
l11

w

fF* w

J'; t'ii

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 uniqu.e ability to destroy many objectionable odors. The G-E Ozone Lamp will kill the odors in a small room, banish smells in a sholt time after cooking, prevent mustiness, and
eliminate stale after-odors of tobacco smoke.

above eye level. They can also be operated inside enclosed air circulating devices. In either application one ozone lamp should be used for each 1OO0 cubic feet of space
served,

lamp

oz4s11

A ballast must be used with the ozone G-E Catalog No. 89G4r8 is avail- operation able for on LIO-t25 volt 6O-cycle
cuffent. A standard 40-watt filament lamp
as

Ozone lamps are generally operated in shielded fixtu.res mounted on tha wail just

may also be used

a ballast.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Desciption

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Approx.
Hours

Mar.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

Life

oz4s11
O Approrimctc lile

s-l

1

lnter.

Clear

12o

4000G)

e%

under rpecilied tert conditions with continuous burninE.

C-E

SU]VLAMPS

of vitamin D for prevention'and cure of rickets in infants and are also used for irradiating animals and poultry.

su-nblrning and tanning. They provide the equivalenl

Sunlamps provide ultraviolet, effective in producing

':
F-r@

:;rl$
l:il!tli

t*i--"; rk::--*"{;
e. .; \;;'o
R5

&! ,^s'& # .lss#ff ,e|r '',.i;;eii'q

^ **
s-1

Both 4oo.watt S-1 and 275-watt RS lamps provide sufficient radiant heat along with the ultiaviolet to permit their comfortable use in rooms where the air temperature might otherwise be too cool for adequate exposure of the body. The S- 1 sunlamp is made available for replacement purposes in the special oPerating equipment it requires. The RS sunlamp operates on standard LIO-I2i volts, 5O-or 60-cycle alternating current and therefore is the most popular type sunlamp. It can be used in any Iampholdei but special floor stands or clamp-on type holders are generally more flexible and more convenient.

Volts RS

Description

Std, Pkg" Qtv.
F.

Approx. Houn Lile

M!x.
Ovrl,
Lsth.

s-1

975 400

R-40

PS-r9
lamps.

Med. Mog.

1

10-1

95

Reflcctor-|.

6
6

lnsidc Frosted

1000e
500

7 u 1-6

O

Lile undcr specilicd conditions with

G-E HEAT LAMPS A]VI) T{DTISTR IAL IIIFR ARED LAMP

S

950R40/1 0

1M/T40/3

195G30 250G30 375G30
500G30/1

GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS Infrared lamps have many uses in the home, in industrial anid commerciai applications and on the farm for heating, drying atid for brooding of poultry and animals. They also have wide usage as a source of penetrating heat to help relieve muscular aches and painsf the discomfbrt of neuritis, sinus pains, and arthritis. The R-40 type lamps have a built-in reflector which efficientiy directs the radiant heat to objects or target areai. G-3o and T-40 lamps require 25oFt4o/L0 lamp seputale -made reflectors. The popular of heat-resistant glass with a built-in red is filter. The heat-resistant glass provides Protection

against breakage by splashing water' The built'in red filter.reduces_the brightness of the lamp.- The 25}R4O/I is a low cost general purpose lamp.

INDUSTRIAL INFRARED LAM'S In industry, infrared lamps are used for quick
heating of a great variety of products. Advantageous features of these lamps include rapid heat transfet,

efficient operation, simple oven construction, low oven first cost, adaptability to conveyorized production, cleanliness and low maintenance. The line of infrared lamps comPrises several wattages in each bulb size; this interchangeability permits a range of temperatures in an oven.

Lamp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Dercription

OtY.

Pkg, Clcss

srd.

Fihnent

Light Cntr. Leth.
5 5 5

Max, Ovrl,
Lgth.

'r95G30 250G30
375G30 500G30/1 1 95R40 95oR40/1
250R40/1 0

250R40/4 375R40
375R40/1

1MlT4013

195 950 375 500 125 250 950 250 375 375 I 000

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

Med. Skt.
Med. Skt. Med. Skt.

115-125 115-195
1 1

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

115-125 115-125 1'15-125 115-125
1 1 1 1

5-125

T-40

115-125 115-125

5-125 5-125

Heat Red Bowle@

Lieht l. F.€)o Light l. F.O Light l. F.O

eo eo co Light l. F.@
e@

e

Triangular Fil.@
sockets,

60 C 60 C 60 C 60 C 24 c e4 c 94 c 24 c 24 c 24 c OAC
@
Special glass

C.1A

C-74 C-7,\ c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

C.]A

t%
112

21
rcsistcnt.

7% 7% 7% 6% 6% 7% 1% 7% 7%

O

Average Laboratory Life in cxcers ol 5000 hourc.

@ Burn qnly in porcelain

bulb-heat

64

-t-

C-E CERMICIDAL LAMPS
\:.
1l I I ti i ti

I
il

1i

w"
G8T5

*
-dia.. sr-

G4T4l1 rffiil

lwq
ltu

,e:

-+ ***
G15T8

G30T8

&:,
effective in destroying molds and bacteria. They have wide application in hospital nurseries, contagious wards and surgeries, as well as in schools, offices, theatres and other places where air sanita-

.;ffi p
Lamp

Germicidal lamps provide 2i37"A ulraviolet,

Abbreviation

Ordering \(/atts

Bulb

Base

Std. Approx. Pkg. Hours Qty. Lite

Mrx.
Ovrl,
Lgth.

product protection for foods, pharmaceuticals and beverages. On farms they offer an important supplement to the usual sanitation methbds praclited by poultrymen, dairymen, and stock raisers. Reference: General Electic Lamp Division Bulletins LD-L L, LD-14,

tion is needed. They also provide

G4T411

4
8

T-4 T-5 T-8 T-8

*

Oval
Small

G8T5

Gl5T8
G3OT8

15 30

Min. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

4-Pin 94

24 94 24

5OOOC

5oooo
75OOO 75OOO

53

12 18

36

Q Life under specilied test conditions with lamps turned off and restarted nq oftener

{

than once every three burning hours, Bent tube con5truction

@ Life under specified test conditions with lamps turned off and restarted no oftener than once every 8 burning hours.

C-E LAMPS FOR HOSPITALS A]VD
MEDIC AL /T[S TRT] MEI{TS
Microscope lamps, in compact spotlights, are used to illuminate
specimens on the microscope stage.

f&!&r!i{ SF.i&i' lEitw' 2O0P25126
1
1

The 2OOP25 f Z6lamp, is an insidefrosted daylight bulb. Some X-ray illuminators use daylight fluorescent
lamps.

The 1 551 I / 14 lamp has a concentrated filameot and clear bulb. The elongated filaments and small bulb diameter of the 25T6V2 lamps are designed to light the dials of scales of weighing equipment. The bayo.net base will not vibrate loose.

OoTs+/9

00T8 +/8
f,i:ii

\!p *{?

f!.
9sT6+DC

150/150
G3O/32

qit
ssl
1 114
LamP

! x*

L.L'

25T6+DCIt
Description

1so/4oo Std. Pkg. Qtv.
24
24
Class Filament
Approx. Lile

Orderins Abbreviation
1

Hours

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lsth.
oi
3
3

Max, Ovrl.
Lsth.

00T8+/8

I o0T8+/9
2OOP95126

100 100 200
25 95 15

T-8t4
T-8% P-25

25T6+DC

zsl6+DCllF
15s11 114
1

T-6ri
s-1
1

T-6!.i

1so /1soc3o
so

/32 1s0
1

G-30
PS-35

/4oo
9

50-

250400

Pf. Std. Med. Std. Med. 115-125 D.C.Bay. Std. D.C.Bay. Std. Cand. Std. 3C. Mog. Std. 3C. Mog. Std.
Med.

Micro. @ Micro. @
Scale Scale

X-Ray @

Headlamp Spot@

60 60 60 120 60
94

C C C
B B B

cc-13 50 cc-13 s0 100 c-7 A c-8 1000 c-B 1000 c-s 900
2c-7

1

1

850 850 244

s%
4% s% 2%

51'

240

sk

145

1 t.6

Hospital Hospilal

C C

c-s,c-9

A

200 900

3%
7

9?.;

id

Burn base down, For use in cquipment specially desiEned to maintain bulb and base temperaturer within sale limih, Burn base down to horizonlal.

PAGE INDEX OT LAffiPS

BY WAf f AGE

Does not include Sreet Lighting, Train Lighting, Ger' micidal, Ozone, Sun, Mercury or tslack Light Lamps.
Lamp
La.mp

Watts

Bulb

Order Abbrev. 3s615

Lamp

Lamp Classification

On Page 52

Listed

Vatts

Bulb

Order Abbrev.

Classification

On

Listed
Page

3 5
6

s-6

Indicator Low Voltage
Sign

L5 A-15 15
A-L7

s-t4
3-6

5s14 5s14
6S6 6S6

4a

36-37
4a
52

Low Voltage

r5415 L5At5ICL r5At5 /CL I5A
15A

General Decorative

))-)7
44

Aviation Low Voltage
Sign

34-35

Indicator
Indicator
Sign

6S6/R

Decorative

34-35 <t 36-37

t5At7 IAO
15Ar7 lB

High Voltage

48 49

36-37

6S6/$r 6S6/DC
65617

LiArT IFT

rtAti

6

S-14

63r4 63t4ltF

I5A17lRO
15A17/R

lG r5Ar7 lV

63L4lCO 6514lCR

63t4lCV

6St4lCB 6St4lCG

15A17/\/

t5 r5
Indicator
52 50

r5[r7 lY
1589+
5FC

B-9+
F-10

LsBgilw
1

Decorative

34-35

6514lC\/
6314lCY 7c7

15FC/FT

6
7

T-4+ c-7

6T4+lr 7c7lB 7c7lG

15FC/V 15FC/$r
1

Night Light

15FN/$r 'FN

7c7lo 7c7lR 7c7lw
7+s
7
7 7 7 7

T'
I5
Sign

G-16+ r5G16+C
15G16+C/'r$r
S-11

7+ - s-11

36-37

+slco
+S/CB

r5s1 1/13 15s11/14 r5s11/1O2

Headlamp

Refrigerator
Switchboard Appliance Home ((
aa

65 50 52 50

+s/cc
+s/cR
+S/CSr

15 t5
Refrigerator Indicator Indicator
Sign

T-6
T-7

t5T6
15T7DC

15T7DC/IF

10

c-7

10c7

locT
IOCTDC

Pilot

<7

I)T7C

50 52

15T7N

aa

aa

rocT 10c7Dc

15

T-8

15T8C

Decorative

15T8C/\r
15T8/N
15

34-35

10
10

s-6 s-11

1os6/1o 1os6/13 10s11N

<)

1os11N/cB

36-37

1os11N/CFT

20 A-17 25 A-r7 A-r9

2OAL7
2

34-3t
Rough Service
51

5A 17lRS

1os11N/cG
1os11N/CR
1os1 1/79

1os11N/co 1os11N/cw 1os11N/cY
Indicator
Clear Sign

254 25AlcL 25AlCL 254

General Aviation High Voltage Low Voltage

22-23
44 49 48

254 254

52

10

s-14

25AlR
1

2)AlD 25Alv
25AlAO 25Al\xl 25AlB 25AIFT 25AlG 25AlV

10s14 1 Os 14lIF 1os14/D

30-3

36-37

28 Daylight 49 High Voltage 22-23 General Sign & Decorative J6-37 aa aa
aa

1os14/cB 1os14/cG 1os 14lcR 1os14/cY
1

'(
aa aa
aa

1os14/co
os

25Alo

1os14/cFT

14lc

25AlR-2

1os14/cv

1os14/cR2 1os14/NA 1os14/NB 1os14/NG 1os14/NR
10A 17

25AlY 2tAlNA
Natural Colored
aa (t .( a(

25AlR.

a(

aa

38

2rA|NB
2 2

Natural Colored Rough Service

Yellow

24 38
aa

2tA|NG
25A|NR
5AlRS
51
aa

Sign

37

25AlCL/vS

5A|VS

Vibration
aa

66

PAGE INDEX
Vatts )< Bulb
Order Abbrev,
Lamp Lamp Classification

OI LAIIIPS BV WArIAGE
Page

On

Listed

Vatts

Order

Lamp Abbrer.

Lamp Classilication

On 39

Listed
Page

F-1t

25F
25F IFT

Decorative

34-35

40

T-8
T-

25Elv

L4olST L4ol]y/ L4olR 4oT1o/IF 4oT1o/AF 40T10P
5OA/RS

Lumiline
Tubular & Showcase

25F ltxt

)( G-16+
25

25Gt6+C

40

10 40Tro

54

2tGt6+CIrx/ 25Gr8+lv
25G25
2 5G 18

G-18+ 25Gt8+lFT
+/'$r
50

4oTlo/RFL
5oA19/RS 50Atg /3 50A 5oA/CL

Aviation
Rough Service

41

A-19

5l
19

25

G-25

25G25lv

25G25lFT Tubular & Showcase )4 ((
at

504

High Voltage
General Clear
Oven Oven

2tG25lw

T-6+
?q

25T6+ 25T6+lrF

25T6iDC

25T6+DClrF

Scale Illuminator
..
aa

65 50

T.8
T-8/2
T- 10

25T8DC 25T8DC/rF
2

Home Appliance

5oAr9l37 5oA19l38 50419 5oA19l35

5OA19/3 I 5oA/RS

30-3 |
50

High Voltage Mj,""
Rough Service

49
50
55

5T8lN

5oAt9l5

25 25

25TqY2IF

Showcase

t4
50 50

5oA/VS 5oA/CLIVS

Vibration

5t
11 48 24 48

Aviation Low Voltage
General

25TtO 25Tto17o 25TrOlAF

Tubular & Showcase t+

A-21
GA-25
PS-2

5042r
5OGA

25TrolIF
o/IF

2

5T1O/RFL

50\
501

30
301

T-8

L30
L3

Lumiline

39

56
501

5 A-2r 5

50l5oP25l28
56A21
50/1 5oM

Marine
Street

Railway

4I
29

L3o/S7

1oo
1

looJ

7ol A-2r

5ol

I

PS-2

Three-Lite

lo/1 oo

Three-Lite
Street Railway
41

to/t5oM/W
100 R-40
150.1

50l r5o

)6 A-19 36A|RYH 36 A-2t 36A|RY 40 A- 15 40At5lt
40At5l22

501

5o/15oR/\/
6oA/D 60AlCL
6oA/SB 60A
General
))_)2

Refrigerator
Oven General Clear Sign & Decorative
t(
aa

50

60

A-t9

2A

40 40

A-t9
A-21

404

40AlCL 40AlO 4oAlB 4oAlFT 40AlG

22-23
30-3 I

36-37
6o

6oAlSr 60AlY

26-27

30-3

1

60AlY

Yellow
Decorative

25 34 24

A-2r

60A21lAO

40Alv
4oAlR

aa

(.

40AlP.2

60A2tlFT

60A2tlB

34-35

60A2tlc
60A2rlY Yellow
Natural Colored
24
38

40AlY

40AlY

4oAlNA 4oAlNG 4oAlNR
40AlTS
40F15

4oAlNB

60421lRO 6oA21lR 60A2LlY 60A2 1/NA 60A21/NG 6oA21lNR 60A21lTS
6042 1/NB

Natural Colored

38

40A2rP

Traffic Signal Aviation
Decorative

4t
44

40 40 40 4a

F-15

4oEr5lW
G-25

34-35

60A2r

Traffic Signal Lumiline

High Voltage

4t
49
39

60

T-8

L6o

4oG/FT 4oGlV 4oGlW
4oT6t/2 /2

T-6% T-8

Refrigerator
aa

50

4078 4oT8/AF 4oT8/rF L40 L4olrF L4olEM

Tubular & Showcase t4
a3

L6olIF L6olMB L6olEM L6o/O L6olSPK L6olST L60lW

Lumiline

>4

60

T-1O
A-21.

60Ttol64

Showcase

t4
1T

39

67
7

67Aztl4o
754 7 sAlcL
7

L4olMB

Traffic Signal Aviation
General

44

L4olO

5

A-21

))-)^
30-3
51
1

L4olSPK

542 1/RS

Rough Service

PAGE I}IDEX OF LAI{IPS
!7atts Bulb
Order Abbrev.
Lamp Lamp Classification

BY WAIIAGE
Order Abbrev, 15O/RS
Lamp Lamp
Classifrcation

On Page

Listed

$tratts Bulb

On

Listed
Page

75

PAR-38 7'PAR/FL 7 5PAR/SP 75R3o/SP
7 5R3

Proiector
Reflector
Showcase

)z-)) 32-33
)4

15o PS-25
150 R-4O

15o/vs
15OR/SP 15OR/FL

Rough Service

Vibration

51

75 R-3o 75 T-1o 1OO A-21

o/FL

75Trol45
1OOA21/61Y

15oR/\/

1004

Yellow
General

24

22*23

looA/CL
1OoA2 1/TS

looA/$/
1

Traffic Signal Aviation
General Silver Bowl Silver BowI

4t
t<

30-3r

15oR/B 15oR/BS/ 15oR/G 15OR/PK 15oR/R

Reflector Spot Reflector Flood General Reflector Color

32-33
?q

40

44
26 26
55

15oR/Y

looA/1SBIF

ooA/ l SB

15O 15O
2OO

T-8 15oT8/2SC Projection G-3o r5olr5oG3ab2 Sporlight

53

56-57
65

100 A-23

1OOA

looA/D
1004

Mine
General
Oven

P-25

2OOP25126

X-Ray

28
50

looA/SB

tooA23l20 rooA23l28
l OOr{

26-27
49
48
51

looA/RS looA/RS

Low Voltage Rough Service

Vibration High Voltage

tl

2oo PAR-46 200 PS-30

2OOPAR/3SP

Projector
General

32-33

200

2ooltE
2ool$(/B

22-23
28

looA/AO looA/B
loOA/FT

High Voltage Decorative
:,,:,

49

34-35

2oolD 2oolsBIF 2oolsBlFi I 2oaPs'o124
2ooPS3al23
1

26-27 Rough Service
General High Voltage

2oo PS-3o

looA/G

looA/RO looA/R

looA/V

2ooPS3o/
2AO

2

))_)2

'L

looA/Y

20alIF 200 56-57
24
2001
5OOr

49
55 20

Mine Three-Lite Blacklight Spotlight Floodlight
General

1oo

G-16+

1ooG16+/29SC Spotlight

rcoGrc+l29DC
lOOGA
1

3oof PS-4o 2oo/too

100 GA-30 100 A-2t 100
1Oo T"8+
100 100 100I

General

250 A-2t
25O

25042t160
2

60-6r
56-57
))_)7

1OoA2 1/1SP

ooA2 1 /SP

Spotlight

56-57

G-3o

PAR-38 1ooPAR38/FL Floodlight

25oGlFL 250G30rL
250G30

5OG/SP

1ooT8;/8
1ooT8 +/9

Microscope
Microscope

65

25O PAR.5625OPAR 25O R-4o 25OR4Olt

P-25

tooltooP25l29 Marine
1oo/3o0

48

25oR4ol4
25OF.4OltO

Infrared Aviation Infrared
General

64 44 64

300
Three-Lite
Street Railway 29
3

PS-30
PS-3
5

2ooi G-3o
300
j

3ooM/IF
3ooMS/IF
3OOMS/SBIF
3OOMS

300M

a)_)7

30-3r

00

101 A-23 tot{23 111 A-2r 111A21/TS 125 G-30 t25G30 125 R-40 t25R40

4t
4L

26-27
30-3
a1_)7
1

300 300
3

l;?f,."r""t
t"t::'"0
Spotlight Projector Spot Projector Flood Projector Spot Mine Inside Frost
Clear
Street Railway General

44 64

3oo/IF
3OOMS

High Voltage ((
aa aa

49 28
32

3oo/\(B 56-t7
32-33

oo/IF

aa

General

r25 T-10 t25TroP
150
PAR-38 l5oPAR/SP 15oPAR/FL
15 15

3oo PAR-56 3oo PS-35
3oo R-4o

OPAR/3FL

oPAR/3SP

3ooPAR56/SP Projector General 3oo/SBIF 3oo/sBIF/1 Reflector Spot 3ooR/SP Reflector Flood 3oOR/FL (3 30oR/FL/1
LS

26-27
32-33 32-33

150

PAR-46 A-23
P-25
PS.2
5

1 1

50PAR46/i

50PAR46

55

3oolRS 3ooR/SP/i
3ooR/3SP 300R/3FL
37 5G30 37 37 5R40 'P.l0lt

Rough Service

Reflector

32-33
64

5t

150 150 1 50

1

504 L5oA/CL
L5oP25 / r5

))-)/
30-3L

4t
-,

37 37

150
1

)-)

5 G-30 5 R-4O

Infrared

7

t5alcL

5ol$rB

2a

30-3r
26-27
24

15O/DCL

15o/D 1 5 o/sB
1

399 PAR-'6 399PAR 4oo G-3o 4ooG/SP
looclFL
5oO

Aviation Spotlight Floodlight Infrared

44
t(J-) /

5oPS2

t/Y

G-3o 5O0G3O/1

68

PAGE INDEX OT TANPS BY WAIIAGE
Watts
Bulb

Order Abbrev.

LamP

La

Classification

mp

On

Listed
Page

Nominal

\i/atts

Lamp

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

P"ge

500 G-40 500
PS-40

500G/FL
5ooG/SP 500

Floodlight Spotlight
General

56

56-57

GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
1

26-27

T-5

F4'T5
114T5

5oo/IF 5oo/D 5oo/sBIF 5oolRS

4
,1

T-5
T-5

F4Tslcry/

/W

15

/CWX

5 oosBlF/ 5oo/\(/B

1

Rough Service Aviation

5l
44 49

6 6 6
8 8
8

T-5

T-t
T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5

F6T5/C\/
F8T5/D

F6T5lD F6T5/W

5ooPs4o /45 500

F8T5/

High Voltage
Reflector

5oo/IF

8

T-5 T-5

F8T5/C\(/ F8T5/W\(/
F
F

500 500

R-40 R-52

5ooR/3SP sooR/3FL 500R52

32-33

r3 r3

13T5l\)/ 13T5lC$/
17

500 T-20

l4
General

5ooT2al5o
5OOT20l64
5OOT20

22-23
56-57
44

r4

T-12

sooT2oP/AB Aviation
5ooT20 / t3

Spotlight

r4
r4

t4 t4 t4 t4

T-t2
T-t2 T-r2
T-12

Ft4TrzlD

Ft4T12lW Fr4T12lCUt F14712/\/$tr
F14T12lSN/

/24

620

PS-40

62oPS40/P

T-t2 T-r2 T-t2 T.I2 T-t2 T-t2
T-8
T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Fr4T12IC\XIX F14T12I$/IWX

62oPS4o/lP I
General

74

750 PS-52 750
7
7

750
7

5o/sBIF 50lrF

5olIF

30-3r
))_)7

High Voltage
Reflector Std, V. High Voltage

26-27
49

t4 t4 t4 t4
r5
15 15 15

T-12 T.12

Fr4Tt2l\V lt Fr4T]"2lB Fr4T12lG Ft4T12lGO
F14T12lR F15Ts/D

Fr4Tt2lPK

750 R-52
7

F15T8/V

750R52
7 5OT 1219
7

49

32-3j
56-57
53
))_)1

F15T8/C$/

50 50

l5
IS

Fl5T8/!/\/
15T8/S$r F15T8/B F15T8/G F15T8/GO
F

T-12

5oTt2l34
50T24

Spotlight Projection
General

15 15 15 15 L5 15

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

F15T8/CS/X F15T8/N/$/X

7

T-24

7

900 T-20

F15T8/PK
F15T8/R

900T20

Proiection Marine Spotlight Floodlight
General

53

rooo G-25
1000 G-4a

rM/G25
1M/G4oSP4+
I

4a

1M/G4oPSP 1M/G4oFL

M/G4oSPt+

56-t7

15 15 15

T-12

T-r2 T-t2 T-r2 T-t2 T-r2
T-12

r5

T-t2

T-12

F15T12/$tr

FtsT12lD

t1

F15T12/C\/
F

1000

PS-52

1000

looo/sBIF
000 rMlPS52l41+
1

I

ooo/IF

30-3 |
)')

t5

15 15

F15Tr2/C\WX I 5T 12l$r/$/X F15T12/S
F r5T 12lG Fr 5T12lGO

F15T12/$/\r

High Voltage
Special

26-27
49

-) \

15 15

F15Tr2/B Fl5T12/R

r5
15 15

30-3r
44
)

T-t2 T-t2 T-t2
T.L2

F15T12lPK

1000 T-20

1M/T2oBP

Aviation
General

rooo rooo

T-24 T-40

tMlT24

)-)

z

20 20
2A

T-t2 T-r2
T-12

E2oT12lW
F2 F2

F2oTt2lD

lil{lT40l3
t5ooc48l6
500

Infrared Floodlight
General

64
56 30-,3
7

1500 G-48
1

5oo PS-52 15OjPS52l46
1 1

20 20 20 20 20 20 20
2A

T-t2

OT12lc\i/

5oo/IF

1500

High Voltage

22-23
49 56-57

T-t2 T-12 T-r2 T-t2 T-12 T-r2
T-t2

F2oT12lC\rX
F2oT12l\Jtr$7x
F2OT 12lSrJ/

oT12lSfl$/

F2oTr2lG F2oTr2lGO
F2oT12lPK F2oT12lR F25Tt2lry{
F2
F2

F2OT12lB

20

15Oo

T-24

1500T2416

t<
25
)q t(

t<

2ooo G-48 2MlG48l17 2ooo T-30 z}[lT3olt

Spotlight

56-57

?<

T-tz T-r2 T-t2 T-t2 T-r2 T-t2

F25Tt2lD

F25T12lCW

F25T12lS/$/X

5T I 2/C\rX

5T12lN/\/

PAGE INDEX OT LAIIIPS BY WAIIAGE
Nominal
Lamp ri/atts Bulb

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

Nominal
Page

Ifatts

Lamp

Bulb

Abbreviation

Ordering

LamP

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

30 30 40 40

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

F3oT8/D F3oT8/w'

r6

40 4a 40 40 85 85
t7.5-32.5
17.5-32.5

T-10 T-10 T-10 T-10

FC16T1o/CW/RS

FC16T1o/V/RS

2t

FC16T1o/CS/X/RS

FC16T1o/VVx/RS

F3oT8/$r\r
F3oT8/S$/ F3oT8/B F3oT8/G F3oT8/GO F3oT8/PK F3oT8/R F4oT12lD

F3oT8ic$r

F3oT8/CSrX

RF FTUORESCENT LAMPS T-10 T-10

F3oT8/S/$/X

F85T1o/B\r
F85T1o/I\(i

L9

SLIMLINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
L7.t-32.5 r7.5-32.5
17.5-32.5 17.5-32.5
38 38 38

T-r2

40
40

40
40 40

T-t2 T-tz T-tz T-t2
T.L2

18

F4oT12lIJi/

F4oT12lCW

T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T.L2

F42T6lW F42T6lCW

2L

F42T6lVlW F42T6lCW){
F42T6lSW

F42T61WWX E48T12lCW

F4oTrzlWW
F4oT12lsw. E4oTL2lB F4oT12lG
F4oT12lF-

F4oT12IC$/X

40 40
40

T-t2
T-12 T-12

F4oT12lV\)rX F4oTt2lGO E4oTL2lPK
2

T-t2 T-tz
T-12 T-L2

E48Tt2lW

40 40

T-tz T-t2

T-L2

38 38
38

T-12

F48T12lS/!$(r'

F48T12lc$rX

F48T12|S7VX

F48Tt2lD

RAPID START FLUORESCENT IAMPS
40 40

T-12
T-12

40 40 40 40 40 40

T-t2
T-rz T-t2 T-tz
T.L2

F4oT12lWlLT
F4oT12lCSr/RS F4oT12|$/1W/RS F4oT12ID/RS

25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48
24.5-48.5

5.5-4a

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

F64T6lW F64T6lCW F64T6lWW
E64T6lSW

F64T6lCWX

F64T6l\r$/x
F72T8l\/

T-12

F4oT12ICVX/RS F4oT12l\W$rXlRS F4oT12l$r/RS F96T12|C$//RS
F10OT12/CN//RS

24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5
24.5-48.5
55

24.5-48.t

F72T8lCW F72T8l\rNfl

F72T8lCr$/X

F72T8/\i/$/X
F72T12lCW

lOO
40 40 40 40 40
40

T-t2
T-12

INSTANT START FLUORESCENT LAhIPS

5t
18

55

40
40 40

T-r2 T-t2 T-t2 T-r2
T-12
T.L7 T-17 T-L7 T-17 T-17

T-12

F4oT12lDlts F4oT12l\//rS

5t

55

T-t2 T-t2 T-rz T-t2
T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

T-12

F72Tt2lW

F72Tt2lvly/

ET2Tt2lCW){ E72Tt2lV/WX
F96T8/w'

F4oT12lclr/rS
F4oT12lSS//rS

F4oT12l$rNr/rS

F4oT12lcsrx/IS

32-65

F4oT12l$r\rxlrs
F4oT17lIJr/IS F4oT17lcr$r/IS F4oTt7 ICW){/rS

32-6t
32-65

F96T8lD

32-65 32-65 32-65 /4
74

F96T8/CN(/

F96T8/$r
F96T8/CrJ/X

40 40
40 90

F96T8/$r!7X F96Tt2lW
F96TL2lD

F4oT17l$r\r/rS
F4oT

17lv'tJrx/IS

T-t2
T-12

90 90 90 90 90
90 100 100

T-t7 T-t7 T-t7
T-17 T-17 T-L7 T-17

E9oTt7 lD

/4

F9oT17/C$rX F9oT17/Sw'
F

F9oT17/\r F9oT17/CV

74 74 74

T-rz T-t2 T-rz
T-5 T-5
T-5

T-12

F96Tt2lCW F96Tt2lly/W Fg6Tr2lCWX

F96T12lSr\$rx

F9oT17/V\r F9oT17/$rs/x
F1ooT17/CSr
l OOT 17lrJ/

FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
4 6
8

T-t7 T-t7
T-9 T-9
T-9 T-9

F8T5/BL

F4TslBL F6TslBL
F15T8/BL F3oT8/BL F4oT12lBL
F5000

61

CIRCTINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS

15

))
22

30

T-8 T-8

FC8T9/C\rr

))
22 32 32 32 32 32

FC8T9/Sr!/

2l

FC8T9/CNrX

FC8T9/\rSrx FCrzTro/D
FC12T1o/C$r

40 40

T-t2

T-t2

F4oTt2lBLlrs

T-1o T-1o
T- 10

RP-t 2 T-6

T-1o T-1o

FC12T1o/$/V

F2T6lBL
F4OT12IBLB

FC12T1O/C$rX

FC12T1o/V$/X

T-r2

70

HOW

fO ORDIR IANPS
without any other specifications, except that the correct voltage must be specified.-T66Eviiiloil ge include the series lamps listed in lumens and amperes, fluorescent lamps, and the lamp numbers for General Electric Sunlamps and General Electric Mercury
Orders for lamps not specifically listed herein will require the complete specifications, as to size Volts or Amps, Bulb, Base, Finish and Service.

Purchasers are urged to order in standard packages to expedite service and to assure best discount. Quantity desired of each type of lamp should be specified.
Lamps should be ordered by the Lamp Ordering

Lamps.

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

Vol,?gg limits shown as 1 1 5-125 indicate that the lamps are intended for use on circuits with voltages normally - ... within falling these limits and are designed at"^vokage suitable for such use. . Standard Voltage, as referred to herein, includes LL5-, I2o- and 125-volts. High Voltage includes 230and
2 5 o-volts.

LAMP AND LIGHTING PUBLICATIONS

. To assis! in proper applic.ation of General Electric Lamps, the following ApplicationEngineering publications are available fromsalesDistrict offices*: LD-l
LD.2
LS-135
LS-1 19

LS-155 LS-166 LS.108 LS-101 LS-102
LS-12 1 LS- 1 48

LD-17
LS-103

LD,11
LD-1,4

LS-128
LS1

68

LS-160 LS-L52

LD.4
LD-2O LD-1O LS.1O6A
LS- 1 69

LS-t29
LS-161

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PS-59

std.

60 C CC6 60 c c-e 60 C C-9 60CC-7 A 60 C C-9 24 c C-9 .1000 5650 24 C C-9 5650 24 c C-9 1000 9850 12CC-1 3 1000 9400 6 C C-7A 1000 14200 24 C C-13 '1000 '14900 94 c C-13 1000 20000 6 C C-7,\ 1000 91500 6 C C-7A 1000 33000

1200 141 1000 265 1000 460 '1000 660 1000 835 150 150 750 1630 150 2700 150 2550 750 3700 500 4100 750 5900 '1000
',1

2.)i 3ri
3% 4+ ?1., at3:.i 4+ 3% 5,i 4% 6+ 5% 6i+ 68+ 3% 6% 6B+ 7 e).i t ).i ey; 7e%
46% 9% 131+ 5ri e% 5% e)4
9% 13-,1. e% 13+

2r; o1
^

a\.l

3

i€

down, @Burn base up. @Special glass bulb Heat.rosistant. a.lRecommended burning position any within 60" vertically base up or base down but lunen maintenance is best whcn burned vertically base up.

G-E

66GA)) LAMPS
The GA lamp - "The lamp with the built-in shade" device in,itself and is ready to use in is a complete li^ghting oPen-tyPe srngle" and cluster ceiling fixtures now using bare lulrpt." Desifned for base-up. birnin-g, the lamp, has an enaireled boi'l of a warm pleasing tint for homes and similar interiors which directs applroxima-t ely 2 /3 of the light upward and L/3 downward.

;
5OGA

,"
lOOGA

pecially appropriate f6r two. to the decorative tastes of many hotels, ihr"", fo"t'u^"a ive light *is fixtures' users such as homes, recom- clubs, restaurants and public The 1Oo-watt size mended for single socket fixtures. buildings. The sraceful contours and unAPProx. Litc

Abbrcvirtion

Lrmp Ordering

Base
GA-25
100

Volr:
std.

D€icription
Semi lndirect@ l. F. Decorated Enamel Bowl Semi lndirect@ L F. Decorated Enamel Bowl

$|1.'

CIas:

Filamcnt Hours

Lumcns

Mrx. Owl.
Lsth.

5OGA

lOOGA O

GA-30

Med.

60 c 60 c

c-9 c-9

1000 1000
.1

5

80

nT6

std.

430

Burn Base Up,

G-E YELLOV 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 attr^c'

tion for insects than lamPs of
Fnq 1lrNrc

i uiru.J
rry"
E

*ffi
-Gf-

2sAlv

40A/v

#".o. ffiiggd
eflFrfr*

other colors. Yellow lamps are used on oPen porches, outdoor recreation areas' fitting stations, camPs, roadside
l :

{#:ffi

1OOA91l61y

#r#q*
1 .r*& * ? "F? !n'

stands, carniYals

Y

activities people enjoy outdoor
under lights.

ar'y place where

60A/v
Lamp

50P595
Approx.
Hours

Abbrevirtion

Ordering

Oty.

Pkg.
120 190 190 120
60

std.

Class

Fihment

Mrx.
Ovrl,
Lgth. 215

Life

esA/v
60Aiy
O

25

A-19
A-91 A-1 9 A-21
PS-95

4OA/v

40

60
100 150
1

100A21161y I soPs95/v
Design Yolts

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

Srd.

B
B

srd. 1 I s-1 25@ I I 5-1 25€)
1 1

C
C

5-l

25e

C

c-9 c-9 cc 6 cc-6 c-9

1000 1000 1000 1000
',1000

4k
+1E
J 16 215 u i6-

(L

20,

24

G.8,,Q,, CqATED LAMPS

tr=H qng
looA/w

qw

50/1

50R/\r

w
ffi*g

15oR/W

60A/W

1

00/300

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 inside frosted lamps of the same wattage. Since bulb blackening is not apparent through this new diffuse coating the lamps appear clean and white throughout life. The 5o/t5oM/V{ lamp is for base down burning in floor, table or wall lamps. The 6OA/W and rOOA/IW lamps are especially suitable for use in residential fixtures and portable
lamps.

50/1s0M/w

The 15oR/$f and 5o/l5oR/W have a special bulb shape and diffusing coatings with a variation
in density which produces a conrolled disribution of light when used in portable floor, table and wall lamps without diffusing bowls.

Lcmp

Abbrevirtion

Ordering

Watts

Basc

Volts

De

3cription

Oty.

;it;.

Clcss

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lumens Cntr. Owl.
Lsth.

Llsht Lgth.

Max.

60A/W

1o0A/w
I 50R/W

50/1 50R/\r

50/150M/W
1OO /3OO

60 100 150 501 00150 501 00150 1 00300

A-19
A-21
R-40 R-40
PS-95

Med. Med. Med.
3c.

Med.
3c.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

tVhite

Vhite
White lndirectO White lndirect@ Three Lite White lndirectO

120 190

cc-6 cc-6 tso 24c c-9 1000
C

1000

C

1630 99oo

B3s

3% 5*
6t
6% 3%
( 15 J 16

4+

24 c 9c-2R

1000
7sO

Med. G-30
3C.

t00-

Mog.

\(/hite lndirect
Three Lite@

60 c 9c-2R
60 C 9C-2R

1000

3%

6%

O

Burn Basc Down

G-E SILI/EREN A]YN SEMI-SruVEREN BOWL

S

{xtu xk' L. 1 S$i..

*Sffi,

tr "#

JS

F .8it;r', .;,r,rgr \.\;;::rwM*ii:|!.

1004/58
1

50/SB

60A/SB 2oo/sBlF

l ooA/1SBlF

Silvered bowl lamps have long been popular for efficient indirect lighting of schools, offices, homes and commercial buildings. They are also used in

direct lighting equipment such as dome-type reflectors, spotlight and floodlight reflectors, and in recent designs of large-area louvered equipment. The mirrored reflecting surface is sealed against dust ancl dirt. The opaque bowl shields the glaring lamp filament from view; this in turn allows fixture design in which the lamp bowl is exposed so that lamp replacement is simple and direct. Semi-silvered bowl lamps have a small open area at the bottom to provide direct downlighting emphasis over counter or display areas in stores.

ffiffi
,1
3ooMs/sBlF

&

&tr-g
i

900isBrF/1 3oo/sBrF/1

.L

26i

LAMPS

500/sBlF

500/sBrF/1

The process by which G-E Silvered Bowl lamps are silvered high quality reflecting surface which ?oes not dull, tarnish or deteriorate throughout the life of the lamp. The bulb is first chemically cleaned and sensitized to reteive a coating of pure silver. A protective copper layer is then electrolytically deposited ovel the silver to prevent oxidation due to filament heat. To this is added, furiher, a surface of
assures a

75o/sBtF

reflector.

overlapping aluminum flakes. These metallic deposits, approximately 1/Soooth of an inch in thickness, are'firmly sealed to the glass to create a highly efficient, mirror-fikb

l ooo/sBrF

in porcelain sockets.

Silvered Bowl and Semi-Silvered Bowl lamps should be burned base up. Sizes from 150-watr and up should be burned

Abbrevirtion

Lamp Ordering

Description

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Approx. Class Filamenl Hours
Lile

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Mar.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

60A/58 100/\/sB
1

100/\/1SBC
10oA/1SB|F€)

50/SB 50 900/sBlF 200 200/sBtF/1 200 3ooMs/sBtF 300 3oo/sBtF 3oo 300/sBlF/1 300 500/sBtF 500 500/sBlF/1 500 750/SB|F 750 1000/sBlF 500
1

60 100 'r00 100

A-19
A-23
A-21 A-21

PS-95

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

Md.

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mog.
Skr.

std. std.
Std.

srd.
srd.
Std.

PS-40 PS-40 PS-59 PS-52

Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog.

srd. std. std. std. std.
Srd.

l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Semi-Silv. l. F. Silvered l. F. Silvercd
L F. Silvered

l. F. Silvered

l.

F. Silvered

1eo c cc-6 1000 120 C CC-6 750 120 c cc-6 1000 190 c cc-6 1000

3% 4+ 4r4 6i6 17,1 FL
a1l t /a I

Mog'

std.
srd.

60 c 60 c 60 c e4 c 94 c 24 c 24 c 24 c 6 c 6 c

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-7,\ c-7/.

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

5% <

6l+
ol os

q L. J 16

9tl

7 934 t era -t o}.f 7 931 e% 13+
13+

7%

e%

O

For use only in porcelain sockets and in lixtures so designed that the temperatures of the lamp and lirturc do not exceed limits lor satisfactory operation.

G.E DAYLIGHT LAMPS

ww
Lamp Ordering \Yatts

Daylight lamps give a somewhat "whiter" color quality of light than regular filament lamps. The use of either frosted or clear daylight lamps is usually simply a matter of choice.

However, the frosting diffuses light and helps reduce glare and sharp shadows. The clear

lamps give more sparkle and shine to mer' chandise, such as iewelry.
Pks.
Std.

Description

Class

Abbreviation

Oty.

Filament Hours
Lile

Approx,

Lumens

Light Cntr, Lgth.
01l

Mcx. Ovrl,
Leth.

25A'/D 60A/D
150/D

25

looA/D
15o/DCL 2oo/D

60
100

A-19 A-19
A-93
PS-25 PS-95

't50
150 900

PS-30

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

115-195 '115-195 115-125
115-'125 115-'125

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frostcd lnside Frosted
Clear Clear

115-125

120 B c-9 1000 ...... 190 c cc-6 1000 s00 750 9BO 120 c cc-6 ,1000 1470 60c c-9 60c c-9 1000 1470 60c c-9 1000 2000

3% 4* 43 6+ 5% 6+* 5% 6i+ 6B+

2lq

G-E WHITE BOWL LAMPS
White Bowl lamps are designed principally for use in open type direct lighting fixtures. They have a white enamel coating on the inside of the bowl which redirects about 8o% of the light upward. About 2o% of the light is diffused downward through the bowl. This redirection and diffusion improves the quality of illumination by softening shadows and reducing glare.

150/wB
500/wB

Lomp Ordering

Abbreviation

Vatts
't50
900 300 500

Bulb
PS-95

Base

Volts
Std. Std.
Std.

De

ssription

Qtv.

?Lg.

srd.

Class

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Lile

Lisht Cntr. Lsth,

Max. Ovrl.
Lgth,

150/WB

9oo/wB 3oo/wB 5oo/wB

PS-30
PS-35

PS-40

Med. Med. Mog. Mos.

Inside \(/hite

Std.

lnside White lnside White lnside White

60c 60c 24c e4c

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

7so s% 6i* 750 6 8+ 9r4 1000 7 93/" 1000 7

C.E THREE-LITE LAMPS

50l1sOM/W
i

50/1 s0M

w
1

00/300

k*wq Gffi

w

30/1 00

W
50/1 5oR/W

Three-lite lamps with their two filaments provide three levels of lighting. Each filament is of a different watage and may be lighted individually or in combination with the other.
effects. The combined wattage of the two frlaments is for use where seeing requirements are important.

The lower wattage is for decorative or

casual

especially for use in portable lamps without diffusing bowls because of its shape and special white diffusing coating. The lo/roO finds riruch use in vanity and dresser lamps. ope.ration

The 15O-watt and 3OO-watt sizes are particularly a-pplicable to floor, table and wall lamps having diffusing bowls. However, the 5o/15bR/$/ is

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

Abbreyirtion

Ordering

Lcmp

Watts

Bulb
3c 3c

Base Volh

Otv.

srd. Pks,

Clcss Filamcnt Hours

Length

Centcr Ovrl.

Lisht

Max.

Approx. lnitial
Lum ens

Lensth

30/100
50/1

50M

I

r 701 A-21 I oo] [1 I 501 1001
301 11501

Med. Std.

12o 60 60
6a 24

C C C C C
(^

2C-9
2C,2R 9C-9R 2C-9R 9C-2R ooD

750 75o
1000

3% 3%

s,t
si+

300, 980, 1980 600, 1510, 2110 590, '1 430, 2o2o

P5-95

Med. Std.

50/150

ll5ol 50/150M/w {r33) PS-95

1100f

f

50)

PS-25 3c Mos.
3c

Std. Std. Std.

s 3t; 3ri 1

6i*
5i+
6% 6%

Med.

7so

5o/150R/!7

]l3ll sol
l1

R-40 o 3c Med.
G-30 O 3c

1000
1000
1000

57O, 14OO, 1970

100/300

i1001
I
I

200f
300

Mos. Std.

60
24

141O,395A, 4660 3900, 5200, 8400

2OO/so0
O

I 300 i

iloot

PS-40 3c Mos.

Std.

C

2C-74

9yi

t5001
Surn Base Down.

G.E CLEAR LAMPS

',,' :;i I 'ii'' " n:.-r, liw
":srL: l? t r.rdt

i

F{ I lt

"' .. .

lR tn

sil .gr !rff .w'
I t.; t. ,lr ..1
1rl!

.

tir

3-*Ii1"! l iJ
,|
1,,:i'i,..,t
i

10s14
l

l:t
1.::itltt,t J,,.i..1 U,', ,,.,-,',' '

t! t\ 1t!

I t! lt . I ttt
i

t\,'i
;
J

,1j r'

1ll
iF;

t

I

i..1 .j:,,i,1i,,..

lri!i
i il i

!

ls{
q4-{

' Ii -L'.{r t! I
, i i ti lltj. illl
I

,'

lrE
,!1

.t,@t I i!! ti

i

.'

w* tEd*dy lp-

-"

i t,' 1xr .:dj
.'

%rry
50A/CL 60A/CL 75A/CL

i

.t
.

lrr--:Ji.

1) .
l

'

w:ffir
frl$.dl lb'ffi

_-1*i_

[rli 11

.1,. .. .i...:.1
1

l

.fri lir:l

tai

e5A/cL
.t ;i1fl
lfr;i rL{41 t.: l

.
..

,,r6{6i{,

:iffif,,i *,9
€@9d

w;-E .lr!f'

!,ian ' !] i6 i

\w

150A/CL

-Y
1o0A/cL
.

i iii 's,. ,l l.t"{,.

404/CL

l

. tl,.t

'e.ffi

*

k1#.

r*

15A1

5/CL

i

,''l

c00

:f

,
''

!"\

't

1.,'l !"ql
l':"i.t

: .t

6

,.,i.t.
.r
.

,1,,;t,,,1{:r.

.,'r.ir. i i:r:ii t ' !I .irriij.. !.r.4t. .i ,.,,,i,. ! i,i.t,, i :nl.l '-.1

ii.r'

I
I

.

:

,,1!r'ili:r:tl

.l
1

'

"t

I}i ! Ii
lr

l&;J .-r
t":- {}

i I

'

i'r'jl'l 1,'t"r' i . rrr.'i!r , . ;i;i{ir '-sa&rr L::a l5;-:;#t l*: ..,,.. -,

:$

I
1.

...
,'r,:.

!. ri"lai;;"t'l*'t.
.,.r1:l:l:::r'::r''.t|:r.t.r.irl.'
ii..r..
r.Jr iir i

r.,.!j ...'

\ay
300M

,

r,,, l'
r:i

:j

!,,,,,.i1

l:i,t:,.

::

l,rl:1.''irrlill

.

I ii i
I !I I

-.::.t t t t :. itl ..-

4&

'llt

:

I I llt",
..:

w
l.{t&

.
,

'.

tr";ffi x;:ffix&l {ry Wjg {ft! rffi:€

rereH

.gr.rb. ilr!:t

:

900P530/1

t

n-: -.r*:* {tr-.."'il*.ts

.rrci'
500

adequately shielded by reflectors. Gala lighting for amusement and festive

Clear lamps are suitable for general lighting where the bright filaments are modified by diffusing equipments or are

1MlPSsel44
1

500PS59/46

floodlights for lighting ourdoor gas stations and parking areas.

and spangles. Some reflecting or refracting units, designed for defined beam patterns, need clear lamps for a control more accurate than is obtainable with frosted lamps. Available are 2oo-watt lamps, normally medium base, with mogul bases; and two 3Oo-watt lamps, normally mogul base, with medium screw bases. Two lamps, in wattages of 1OOO and 150O, are made with bulbs of heat-resistant giass. They are intended for use in open
spo-rts,

areas can be obtained with clear, lowwattage lamps. unshielded. Or the lamps may be partially shielded by prisms, bead-s.

Abbreviation

Lcmp Ordering

W.ttr

otv,
10

PLg. Class
120 120
19A

5rd.

Approx. Appror,
Filament

Hours lnitial Life Lumens

Light Cnk. Lgth.

Mrx.
Ovrl. Lgth. 31,4

10s14

15415/CL
954/CL 404/CL 50A/CL 60A/CL 754/CL
150/CL 900

't5

5-1 4

A-1

5

25 40 50

A-19 A-19
A-21

A-19 A-19

60
75

A-19

100A/cL
1504/CL

100 150
'I

A-t3
PS-9s PS-30 PS-30 PS-30
PS-35 PS-35

50

300 300 300 500 750 750 1 500(, 1 500 'I 000 1 000 1MlPS52l44L-t:,t 000 1 500PS52/46aj,O 1 500

2 300M 300MS 300 soo
900PS30/1

900
2OO

Md. Skt
Mog. Mog. Mo9. Mog. Mo9. Mos. Mog.

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Mog. Med.

srd.

std.
srd.

std.
Srd. Std. Srd.

120
12A

120 120
120

srd.
Std.

B C-9 B C-9 B C.9 C C-9 C CC.6 C CC6 C CC-6 (,t,-6
C C C C C C C (L
CC-6

1 1

194
60

std.
Std.

C.9
C-9

60
60 60 24 24 24

std.
Srd.

C.9
C-9 C.9 C-9

std.
Srd. Std. Std. Srd.

PS-40 PS-s2 PS-s2

C-O

6
6

s00 19 200 1000 265 1000 460 1000 '1000 660 835 150 1 50 750 1630 150 9too 150 2550 150 3700 750 3650 150 5900 1000 5650 1000 5650 1000 9850
'1

2lz
gt)

2!1
2%
"l-l

s

3)tz
? l5

?12

4%
+16-

4+
tr1 a 16 (5

6 6
1 1

stl

3% 3% 4%

6+ Uh Bii
o1

vE

t%

e%
{? L 121 I J 16

o r6

1000 15600

PS-5t
PS-59

std.
Std.

6
6

PS-52

srd.

6

C C C

C-]A C-]A

C-7A

1000

1000 21500 1000 91500
33000

1000

33000

9!; etl 91ri 13+ 9r; 13+ 121
9.1t2

91/i a3.l

! i)

Special glass bulb hcat*esistant. Rccommended burning position any within vertically, base up.

60' of vertically

base up or base down but lumen m.intcnanca is best when burned

G-E PROJECTOR A]VD REFLECTOR LAMPS

l5oPAR/3FL

TsPAR/SP

75R3o/sP 75R30/FL

3OOPAR56/FL

eo0PAR/3SP

1 1

5oR/SP

soR/FL
300R/3 FL

3ooR/SP 3ooR/FL

500R/3FL
3ooR/3SP 5o0R/3SP

300R/FLl1 3o0R/sP/1

500R59 750R59

dirt.

industrial, and home applications. principai advantages are compactness, convenience, ind elimination of reflettor deterioration due to

units. They are widely used in

General Elecric projector and reflector lamps are self-contained spotlighting and fioodlighting
commercial",

lighting.

require shielding from moisture. Exiernal devicis such as color roundels, louvers, and shields can be clipped directly to the PAR-38 bulbs. The PAR-38 -spots and floods with side-prong base are L" shorter in over-all length thin the corresponding screw-base lamps. These side-prong lamps are tesigned to be supported by the UutE rim or metal shell of base an-d used with a heat resistant flexible connector. This offers ease of aiming_ along with minimum space requirements, lor such applications as store and show-window

proiector lamps may be used outdoors . PAR-38 in exposed, Locations; bther- projector lamps

portion of the bulb, and the filament position, are designed for favorable light distribution and shielding. Substantially evenlllumination results when spacing between units does not exceed mounting height. These lamps are widely used in plants where there is rapid colection bf dirt oo lighting - equipment. They are of special advantage where lighting units can be reiched for maintenance only at high cost, or where production _may be interrupied by tying up a crane. Typical applications are in foundries, railroad .car shops,_ steel mills, and welding shops. Almost no dirt collects on the bottom face of the !-52, where the light is emitted. The bulb should be protected from moisture. Lam.p No's. 150R/SP, 15OR/FL, 3OoR/Sp, 3OOR/FL, _should not be used in equipment when the base temperarure will exceed ioo"F.
Approximate Initial Cone Lumens* Cone ar 1O feer 75PAR/SP 220 30') 75PAR/SP lsoo 75PAR/FL 270 60') 75PAR/FL 43o
1 1 1

.*i;tm::.'ii"il"
15OPAR/SP 1O,5OO 15OPAR/FL 34oo

,_Heat-resistant glass although more expensive, allows higher wattage in the same bulb size and will withstand greater thermal shocks such as from moisture on the hot bulb. A noteworthy General Elecric development has provided a meth-od for applying lighl frost unilormly to bulbs of heat-resistant glass.

150PAR/FL 75R3olSP
7 5R3o

5OPAR/SP

sOPAR/3SP 5OPAR/3FL

100 50 1 100
1

13

The R-52 lamps, in 5OO- and 7 j}-watrs, are especially designed for high-bay lighting in industrial plants. The contour of tfre silv-ered
Lamp

zc>ne, 6Oo

I 500 3ooR/FL 60') Individual lamps may vary somewhat, Maximum candlepower is somewhat greater. 3Oo cone same as O-15'

15oR/SP 15OR/FL 3ooR/SP

lFL

1350 200 270 660 810

r450

lFL 30" ) 150R/SP 60") 15OR/FL 30" ) 3ooR/sP 60') 3OOR/FL
7 5R3o

60")

60") 30")

30" )

75R3o/SP

18OO

43o 6000 24oo

r25o

13,5O0

30" )

cone same as O-3Oo zone.

Ordering Abbrsviation

Volls

std.

Qtv,

Pkg. Class

Filcment

Approx. Max.

75PAR/FL TsPAR/SP l soPAR/FL
15oPAR/SP

15oPAR/FLlR
15oPAR/3FL
15oPARi3SP 900PAR/3SP

75 PAR-38 75 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38
150 PAR-38 150 PAR-38 200 PAR-46 200 PAR-46 300 PAR-56 300 PAR-56 75 R-30 75 R-30 50 R-40 1 50 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-59
1

Hour: Lile

Ovrl.
Lgth.

Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med. Skt. Med.
Side

Std. Std, Std.

FIood@
Spot@

Std.
Std.

Flood@@ Spot@@ Flood@@ Red Lens Cover Flood@
Spot@

200PAR/3FL
300PARs6/SP 3OoPAR56/FL
75R3o/SP

75R30/FL 1 50R/FL
150R/SP

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

500Rl3sP 500R/3FL 500R52 750R52

Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Med. Side Prong Std. Mog' End Prong Std. Mog. End Prons Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Mos. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std. Mog. Std.
gless bulb

Nanow Beam@
Flood@ Narrow Beam@ Flood@
Spot

12 C 12 C 19 C 19 C 12 C 12 C 12 C 8 C 8 C
o
-

CC6
CC-6 CC-6

CC.6
CC-6 CC-6 CC-6 CC-13 CC-13
l-L- t5
-a-

L
-

Flood Flood
Spot

Flood@
Spot@

Flood@@

SpotO@
Spot@ Flood@ Spot@

FloodO Light l. F.o Light l. F.@

8 C 60 c 60 C 24 c 94 C 24 C 94 C 24 C 24 C 24 C 24 C 94 C 24 C 6 C 6 C

CC-13

c-11
C-11 C-11 C-11

CC-2V CC-9V CC-2V

CC.gV
CC-2V CC-9V CC-gV CC-2V

9000 5+ 9oo0 s+ 2000 st 9000 5+ 9oo0 s* 2000 4* e000 4* 2000 4 9000 4 9000 5 9000 s 2000 s* 9000 s+ 2000 6% 2000 6% 9000 6% 9000 6% 9000 6% 9oo0 6% 9000 t% 9000 t% 9OOO 7% 9000 t%
9000 9000
113,4

C-]A

C.7A

1132

O

Burn Base Up.

@ Spcsial

-

hert-resi:tcnt,

@ Burn only in porcellin rockets.

G.E DECOR.ATIVE LAMPS
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1

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15G16y2C

.

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40F15/W

F s!-id
':.!i"&]:f

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esF/W

-f-:f ir*l
\ ti I

25F

lV

25F IFT

r:*1
i

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bffi 'qd-95G25

-IUJ

60A21/G

60A91/AO

lOOA/AO

These lamps are designed for interior applications such as cove lighting, decorative designs, and special effects in homes, theatres, public buildings, restaurants, lobbies, and foyers. Outside coated lamps are not recommended for outdoor use.

Abbreviation
1 1 1 1

Lamp Otde ring

!(/atts

Volts
F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1 F-1

Description
Clear

otv.

Pks.

std.

Chss

Filament Hours
Lile

Appror.

Lisht
Lumens

Cnh. Length

Ovrl.
Lcngth

5FC

5FC/FT

5FCiV

5FC/W 1 5FN

15FN/W
15s11113
1 1 1

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

0

0
0 0

0
0

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. lnter. lnter.

Std. Std.

OC-Flametint

std.
Std.
Std. Std.

OC-lvory
OC-White
Clear

White
Clearirl
Clearir-)

s-l I
T-8 T-8 T-8

5T8C

5T8C/!r
5T8/N

't5

15 15 15 15 15 25 95 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

Cand. 1 15-125 Cand. 1 15-125 Cand. 1 15-125 lnter. 115-125

OC-tVhiteii'
Clear(t,l Clear

1sBe%lv
25F
zsF

15891

I

B-eti
B-9t.i
G-1611 F-l
5

15G16t;C 't5G16)lClW

G-16)t

Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand.

Std. Std. Std. Std.

OC-White

oc-\fhite
CleariL)

Clear

25F/V

lFI

e5F/W

F-1 s F-1 5 F-1 5

Med. 1 15-1 95 Med. 115-125 Med. 115-1 25 Med. 115-125

OC-Flametint,.r)

OC-lvory i OC-White i
Clear

25G16%C

25G16llclW

?scl8l i/w
t5G9s
25G25lFT

e5c18)1lV

2sG18).,;!FT

G-16)i G-16);
G-18t.t G-18)a G-18),i G-25
G-95 G-25

25G25lV AAfi5
40F1

25G25lW 5/W
40G/FT 4OGIY

G-95
F-1 5 F-1 s

60/{91lAO
60A21lFT
6OA2't lB

4oG/W

40 40 40 40 40 60

G-95

G-25
G-25

A-21

604e1/RO 60/\?1/R

60A21lV

60A21lG

60A21lv 10oA/v
1004/B
l ooA/FT

1004/AO 100A/v
il

100/\/G

1004/RO 100/\/R

60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 60 A-21 100 A-t3 100 A-?3 100 A-23 100 A-t3 100 A-c3 100 A-?3 100 A-23 100 A-93

Cand. Std. Cand. Std. Med. Std. f"{ed. Std. Med. Std. Med" Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Mcd. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std. Med. Std.

White OC-Flametint

OC-lvory OC-White
Clear

OC-Flametint OC-lvory
OC-\rX/hite Clear

White OC-Flametint OC-lvory

OC-White OC-Amber
Orange

OC-Old

OC-Blue OC-Flametint OC-Green OC-lvory
Rose

OC-Red

OC-Yellow
Yellow

Amber Orange
Bl

ue

Fla

metint Green

lvory
Orange
Red

608 60B 608 608 608 60B 120 B 608 608 608 608 608 60B 60B 120 B 120 B 190 B 120 B 60B 608 120 B 120 B 120 B 608 508 608 608 120 c 190 c 608 608 60B 190 c 120 c 120 C 120 c 1?0 C 19A C 120 c 120 C 12O C 12o C 19A C 120 C 190 c 19A C 120 c 120 c

C-7,\

C.]A

C-l A C-7A

150
150 750 750

145

C-7,\

i50
141
15

3+ ?l
2l ?l JX

C-7A
C-I A

750

3rt
ol.a
Jh 2l Jl6 Jrt Jr3

C.]A

C-7,\

C-]A
C-] A,
C-7.A

C-7A c-9 c-9

750 145 150 145 750 750 41 150 145 750 750 14s
1

3\
3

750

c-9 c-9
C-7,\ C-l A

750
750

2lO

4).i
4%
4r.1
3
3 3

750
750

4)'

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-e c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9
c-e

7s0 260 750 750 750 7qn

27O 75o 7so 75D s0 44O
7sa
7

a 9 J l6

3*

rne

4+ 4+ 4+ 4+
41.; 4r,6

15O 750 75O 750

4+
4{6
.Ja

4

it

c.q 1000 c-9 1000 C-9 1000 c-o 1000 C-9 1000 C9 1000 C-o 1000 C-9 1000 CC-o tso CC-o 750 CCo 750 CC-o 7s0 CC-6 150 CC-6 7s0 cc-6 750 CC-6 7s0

?3

.r8 a3 3irs

116

.

4lur 4+3

31!
3:r!
"l]

4i3
+ti, ni6 +s Ure
vl6 ul6 A} vl6 AI

. 3ls . 3ii

6+ A]

6*

Design voltr 190.

G.E SIGII A]YD DECORATIVE

LAMPS

1'

I z

1sA17lV

10s11
1

N/cY

0s1

1

N/CFT

I flt
8S {5
1

.'tY

.f,*,

ffi *w
10511 N/CB

v
0s1

1N

e5A/W

r5AlR2

25Alo
9OA1715

': rwi Fry & il'.i *n;d
.U

40A/R

40A/v

40A/o

36

1

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

interior applications. The color is a firedon, glass.like material that will not scratch, 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.

J

Abbrevietion

Volts

Otv. 5

PkE.

srd.

Class

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lunens Cnk.

5s1 4 6s1 4

s-l 4
s-1 4
5-1

6514ltF 6514/CB 651 4/CG
651 651

4/CV 4/CO

6 6 6 6
6 6 6 6
11.t

4

s-1 4

s-l 4
s-1 4

6514/CR 6514/C\l)(/

s-l 4 s-14 s-14

6314lCY

s-l 4
7%
711

/;5
7+S/CO
7+S/CB

s-l1 s-l I
s-I 5-l s-I
1 1 1

7+s/cG
7+s/cR
7+S/CW

7tl
1%
111

s-11

1041 7 10s11N
10s11 N/CB 10s11 N/CG 10s11 N/CR 10s1

10
10

s-l s-l

A-17
1 1

1o 10
10 10

s-1

s-11
1

l osl l NiCFT
1 N/Cv 10s11N/C\r

10s11N/co

10 10
10 10 10

5-'t1
s-1 s-1
1 1

s-l

1

10s14/tF
1

os1

4/D

10s14/CB 1 051 4/CG

10s14lcR 1 0s1 4/CO 1 os1 4/Cv
I 0s1 4/CW

10 10
10

s-l 4 s-l 4

s-14 s-I 4
s-1 4

10
10

s-14
s-1 4

't0
10 10
10 15 15 15 15 15
'15
't 5

I osl 4/cFT
1 1

5-l 4

0s1

osl 4/cR2

4/CV

15417/AO
1s417lB
1sA.17lG 15^.17lV 15417/RO 15417/R
1s^.17IFT

s-14 A-17 A-17

s-l4

s-1 4

A-17
A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17

A-'t7

15A1 7/\( 15A.17lY

15 15

A-17

20417ls
z5AlFT

20
25 25 95 25 25 25 95 25 95
4A

A-17

e5Alo

25AlY
2sA/R

z5AlB 25/\/G

25AlRg

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-91

r5A/W 254/V
40A/O
404/B
40AiFT

A-19

4oA/V
40Alv
O

40AIG

40 40
4A 4A

404/R 40/\/R2
Desisn volts 1?0,

40 40 40

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. lnter. 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.

19 Std. Std.
Std. Std.

Sign

Clear

lnside Frosted
Blue Green

Std. Std. Std.
Std.

lvory
Orange
Red

Std.
Std.

White Yellow
Clear

Std.
Std.

Orange
Blue Green
Red

Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

\/hire
Flashing Sign Clear Blue Green
Red

Oranoe
Flame[int

Yellow White Std. lnside Frosted 115-1 25C Clear Daylight
Std.

Std. Std.

Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Blue Green
Red

Orange Yellow White
Flametint

lvory
Rose

Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std.

Amber-Orange
Blue Flametint Green

Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Old

lvory
Rose Red

White Yellow
Clear

Orange Flametint

Std. Std.
Std. Std.

O.

Yellow
Rose Bl ue Red

Green

Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std.

White lvory
Orange Blue Flametint Green

Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std.

lvory
Red
Rose

Yellow

120 B C-6 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 500 120 B C-9 1 500 190 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-7A 1400 120 B C-7A 1 400 120 B C-7/\ 14AO 120 B C-7,\ 1 400 190 B C-7A 1400 120 B C-7/\ 1 400 120 c c-9 1000 1eo B C-7A 1 500 190 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 s00 120 B C-7A 1 500 120 B C-7A 1 s00 190 B C-9 1500 120 B C-9 1500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 190 B C-9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 500 12A B C9 1 500 120 B C-9 1 900 '1900 190 B C-9 '1900 120 B C-9 120 B C-9 1 200 120 B C-9 1 200 190 B C-9 1200 190 B C-9 1 200 120 B C-9 1 900 120 B C-9 1200 120 c c-9 1000 190 B C-9 1 000 '1000 190 B C-9 120 B C-9 1 000 1eo B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 1eo B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 19C B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 120 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 190 B C-9 1 000 12A B C-9 1 000 '1000 1eo B C-9
'1

Light Lgth. 4q 0rz

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth.

41

41

2%

7r:

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%
314

52

3% 3% 3% e% e% e%
o 1,/ a 1./

o1" 40
B0

934

3%
zi6 ^5 oL oa Zm o5 OL o5 z 16

1%

78 47

e%

3%
3% 3%

?v:

3% 3%
J72
?1,,

.:..
e14

al/

3% 3)1 3%
3"/s

e%
o3Z

2%

93;'

934

1

50

23/' e% e% 2%

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%
? 15 215

215

:..:

215 a 1s J16

Ji6

Js
J16
2 r5

e%
2% e%

cx

+i6
a I-6

e% e% e%
e%

+l6

4+ 11
+lE j7 T16 /L ATT

G-E T{ATT]RAL COLORED LAMPS

10s14/NG 10s14/NB

25.A/NA

60Ae1/NG 4oA/NB

60421/NA
Lamps with natural colored glass bulbs are recommended for use with a non-diff-using-bulb. where^it is important ^rnore to achidve color for specialized applications than for ordinary They are used sign and decorative color effects. These lamps are primarily for indoor applications. If the 6o-watt gas. filled lamps are used outdoors it is best to Protect them from molsture. Natural ruby and natural amber larnps -are regularly furnished in the lighter'shade. Dark ruby and d-ark amber- lamps used in photogralphic work will be furniihed only when definitely specified, at the same Price.
srd. Description
Pkg.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Oty.

APPror. Mrx' Class Filament Hourc Overqll Length Lite
B B
B

10s14/NA
10s14/NB 10s14/NG 10s14/NR

254/NA
954/NB 254/NG zsA/NR
4oA/NB 40AiNR

10 10 10 10
95 95 25 25

s-1 4

4 s-l 4
5-1

s-l4

404/NA
404/NG 60A91/NA
60421/NB 60Ae1/NG 60421/NR

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-91 A-91 A-21 A-91 A-21 A-21 A-91 A-91

40 40 40 40 60

60 60 60

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

std. srd. std. srd.
Srd.

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

6-120
6-120

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

srd. std. std.
Std.
Srd.

6-i20

6-190 6-120 6-120
6-120

B B

d
B B
B

6-120
6-120

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

std. std. std. std. std. srd.

6-120 6-120
6-12A 6-120

B B B

Amber
Blue Green Ruby

C
C

6-190 6-190 6-120

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

1s00
500 1500 1500 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
'1

3%
311

3%
31,4 Ji6 215 J r6 Js Ji6 t7 +16 AL -16

4#
+f5
A1l

4#
4l* A 15

38

C.E LT]MILII{E LAMPS

;aol$

;,i& "oo
q

i

r aOlV

&

L30
t

a

i

LAolgbA

1

"'.flil L6OIMB
L6OIEM

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

L6olo

j

loo1sr

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

" '1 L30/W I L6o/w
r_60/R

coating which is not affected by moisture and weather conditions. However, the lamps are generally considered for interior use.

Lcmp

Ordcring Abbreviction

Pkg.
Qav.

srd.

Clcss

Filcmeni

Approx. Max, Hours Lumens Ovrl. Life LEth.

L30
L3o/rF L40
L4OfiF

30

130/\r
L40/MB L40lEM

L40/O

L40/sPK L40/ST

L40/W
L40/R L60 L6o/rF

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

L60/MB 160/EM

60
60 60 60

L6o/O

L60/5PK L60/ST

L6o/W

60 60 60

T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-B T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-B T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std, Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Clear

lnside Frosted White
Clear

lnside Frosted

Moonlisht Blue
Emerald

Orange
Surprise Pink
Straw

Vhite
Red

Clear

Moonlisht Blue
Emerald

lnside Frosted
Orange Surprise Pink
Slraw

White

94 24 24 24 94 24 24 94 24 94 94 94 24 24 94 24 24 e4 94 24

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

C-8 C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-B C-B C-B C-B C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-8 C-B C-B C-8 C-B C-8 C-B

1500 9so 1732 1500 245 1132 1500 1714 1s00 370 1132 1500 36s 1132 500 113 + 1so0 11% 1500 1131 1500 1131 1500 1132 -i 500 11Y+ 1500 113,1 1 500 560 17 3Z 1500 5s0 17 3Z 1 500 17 32. 1500 173,4 1500 1tt4 soo 11y4 1500 17 3,4 1732 500
'1 '1 '1

G-E REFLECTOR COLOR LAMPS

1

50R/R

1

50R/y

1

50R/BW

1

50R/B

G-E reflector color lamps provide dramatic display and lighting effects. The four basic colors, red, green, yellow and blue are ideal for lighting backgrounds to accentuate merchandise on display.

propriate pairs of the basic colors in various
combinations. Reflector color lamps fit in regular sockets and holders. The silvered reflector is built right into the lamps, - cannot get dirty or tarnish. Color is fused onto the glass so it cannot fade, chip or peel. rJ7hen used outdoors these lamps should be sheltered or housed in suitable fixtures to protect them from rain of snow.

Pink and blue-white provide general illumination as well as color effects. Pink is used for warmth and blue-white for cool highlights. Intermediate hues are obtained by mixing ap-

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation
1
1

Qtv,

srd. Pke.

Overall
Length
lnches

M.r.

5OR/R(Red)

150

50R/PK(Pink)

't50
150 150 150 150

150R/G(Green) 150R/Y(Yellow) 1 50R /B\(/(Blue-Whit€)
1

50R/B(Blue)

R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40 R-40

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

12 19 12 12 12 19

6%
614

6% 6%
614

6%

40

G-E STREET RAILWAY LAMPS
.

,

j.r, rii.l

'Y: Si;:il ;F ii9P

'i

\trL

:. :11#i: :"

36A/RvH

* #l*
a:
E.

s

94P95

1so /P25

/1s
1

33i61" 1AtA1s
.64 / A21 101/3

Headlight lamps are designed for operation in series with four lamps of corresponding wattage and voltage used elsewhere in the car.
Car Lighting, 5-in-series, lamps are of the vacuum type. The 36-watt and 56-wart lamps provide more satisfactory performance when operated in the ver-

tical base-up position. The 3o-volt cut-out lamps are of the gas-filled type
Lamp

and are provided with a cut-out feature which short circuits the individual lamp upon burnout. Sbop and Yard Lighting-Arc-resisting lamps are provided with a feature built into the stem of the lamp to minimize the tendency to arc when a lamp in the 5-in-series circuit burns out They are chiefly used in the lighting of shops and yards.

Ordering Abbteviation

Base

Volts
std.
Std.
Std.

Description i[i.
Headliiht
Headlisht Headliqht

Qtv.

Ctas:

Approx.
Fila.

Hours
Lile

Lumens

364/RyH
94P25
15OP25

/1s

36 94 'r 50
36 56

A-19
P-25

P-25

Med. Med. Med.
Med. Med,
,519

Light Cntr. Lgth,

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth,

190 B

60 B 60 C

C-s C-s C-s

1000 315 2*i 1000 92o 2*! 500 1900 3
e%
9%

2t5

4% 4%

CAR LIGHTING 364/Rv€) 56491O

(5-in-Series)

A-91

O @ Design Amps, CAR LIGHTING (Cutout Lamps 3O-Volt)
Design Ampr, .342

A-21

Std. Std.

1eo q c-9
12O

2000 36s B C-9 90oo s85
4oo

T16 ^7 + r-:

1AlA1e
1.6^.1A.21

1.6amp. A-21

1amp. A-19

Med. Med.
ResistinE)

30 30

120 C C-9R 2000 120 C C-gR 90oo 1eo

912

215 n j-d

710

2%

SHOP AND YARD LIGHTING (Arc 101423 101 A-93

C

c-9

1s0o 1150 4% 6+

C-E TRAFFIC SIG]VAL LAMPS
The traffic-signal beam candlepowers recommended by the Institute 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 signar outages due to lamp burnouts. The lOo-watt and 1ll-watt lamps are used where there is high

of Trcffi.c

1

I

\

background brightness or where a special hazard may call signal having unusually high attention-value.
Abbreviation

404/TS 60491/TS
67A.2114O

for

a

100A91lTS

111A21lIS

Ordering

Lamp

Vatts
40 60 67 100
111

Eulb

Base vorrs FXli:l trl
Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Std. Burn
Base

crass

Filament

Approx.
Hours

Life

Lumens Cnh. Ovrl,
oi Ai

404/TS 6OAel lTS 100421/TS
111421 /TS 67A.21/40

A.-21

A-21 A-91 A-21 A-21

std.
Std. Std. Std.

Down
To

Horizontal

iza c i20 c 120 c

190 c c-9 120 c c-9
c-9 c-9 c-9

2000 360 9000 665 3000 715 9000 1260 3000 1 380

Light Max. Lgth. LEth. 9fa f. 9-+
ol oL L t6

/-+
/1 A i a l6

G-E STREET LIGHTIIVC LAMPS
575PS40/sl
62oPS4o/53
37OPS40i 50

268PS35/55

995Ps35/58

-c_ !;gHj *#: i$ q*'6
t:!!
I

405PS40/s4
!

58419 /69

, lJl

.r ll. ; i!
1.1

;.ll , ll r

1

I

800Ps59/79 860PS5r/80
75PS95/63 189P595/64

1

92423/49

85A93/48

600

600/66R

/66

9500/66PS9s

25OO/66

320/66 1M/66 1M/75 1M/66R
1M/75R

r 2500/66R/PS95

esoa175 e50o/66R ?500/7sR

.

4M/66 4M/7s 4M/66R 4Ml75R 4Ml158U
4Ml15R/BU

10M/e0BU 10M/20R/BU 15M/9oBU

;

4Ml158D 4M/15R/BD

I

6M/r0BU
6M/2oR/BU 42

10M/908D 1oM/eoR/BD 15M/208D 6M/e0BD 6M/eoR/BD

Filament forms and support constructions of lamps i9 l-ig-ht face type are not exactlt is illustrated but differ only slightly.

Us-e of multiple lamps in sreer lighting is steadily increasing. A multiple sreet lr mp having a certain ialue of noininal lumens is designed, to deliver the same average light output throughout life as the series lamp-of corresponding lumen raring. Street series lamps, operacr d on constantcurrent series circuits, have r slow increase in wattag:: and fi_lament tem[ erature throughout life. Hence the light o rtput is maintiined throughout life at a high percentage of initial
value.

Current variarions affect sharply the performance of street series lamps, -The current in street series circuits shouldiherefore be adjusted as nearly as possible to rated value. The 3OOO-hour streer lighting lamps ate intended for group replacement iwice 'a yeat. The "standard" (zo0o-hour series and t5Oohour multiple) street lighting lamps are widely for grolp replacement ihree-times a year. Isejl Reference: General Electric Lamp Division Bulletin LS-106A, "Analysis of Street Lighting Costs as Affected by Gro.rp Replaceirent.;

MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS
Lamp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Vatls

Burning

Position

85423/48
1

58419/62

75PS25/63 268PS3si 55 37oPS40i 50 575PS40/51

800Ps5?/79

58 A-19 85 A-23 175 PS-95 968 PS-35 370 PS-40 575 PS-40 800 Ps-59

Std. Pkg. Qtv.

Clcss Filcmcnt

Approx. Liqht Hours Lumens C;tl. Life Lgth.

Max. Ovrl.
Lsth.

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

std,
Srd.

std.
srd. Std. Std. Std.

Mog'

Anv Any Any Anv Any Any
Anv

190 C 190 C 60 C

94 C

94 c 24 C

C-9 C-9 C-9

c-9
C-9

1500 500 1500
'1

3000
500

66s 115A 9800 4600

6 c
C C C

c-74

C-74

1500
'1

1

6650

41t 6+ 5ri 6 j* 1e%
911 13in

211

4%

s00

11000 15900

7q% 7e%

GROUP REPLACEMENT MULTIPLE STREET LIGHTING LAMPS 92423149 92 A-93 Med. srd. Anv 1 89PS25/64 189 PS-95 Med. Srd. Any 995PS35/58 295 PS-35 Mog' Std. Anv
405P540154

120
60 94 24 24

a
C
C

690PS40/53 860PS59/80

405

620
860

PS-40 PS-40 PS-52

Mog. Mos.

Std.

Mog'

std.
Std.

Anv Anv Any

6

c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 C-7A c-74

3000 3000 3000 3000 3ooo 3000

1150 9800 4700

6650
0800 1 5300
1

7 932 7 932 e% 13+
Avg. Lisht
Ceriter

4% 6+ s% 6l+ 7e%

STREET SERIES LAMPS
Lcmp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Lumens

Cleu
Bulb

Volts

Amp:.

Burnint
Position

Qtv.

Pkg,

srd.

Class

Filament Lile
C-8

Avg,

M!x.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

32O166

600/66
1M166 1M115 2500/66PS25 2500166
25OOl75

4M/l

4M166 4M175
sBU

4M1158D 6M166

6M/e0BU 6M/208D 10M/908U 10M/208D 10M/66

15M/'oBU
15M/208D

10M PS-40 10M PS-40 10M PS-40 15M PS-40 15M PS.4o
't

1000 2500 2500 PS-35 2500 PS-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 4000 Ps-35 6000 Ps-40 6000 Ps-40 6000 Ps-40

390 PS-95 600 Ps-95 '1000
Ps-95 Ps-25 PS-95

Lgth.
F 3,4 J
/A

Mog. Mo9. Mos. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog.

4.3

6.6
6.6 6.6
7.5

6.4

Any Any

I'l.5

9.5 9.8

Any Anv

21.6 19.2 39.8
99.1

6.6 6.6
7.5

Base Up

6.6
7.5 15 15

Anv Anv
Anv

13.8 13.8 48.4 14.9 14.9 24.4 94.4 79.7 35.9 35.9

Anv
Base Up Base Down

6.6 90 90 20 90 6.6 90 20

Anv

Base Uo Base Down Base Up Base Down

Anv

Base Up Base Down

60 60 60 94 94 24 24 94 24 94 94 94 e4 94 12 94 24 60 60 60 60 24 24 24 94 24 94 19 19 12 24 24 94

60 C 60 c

C C-B C C-B C C-9V C C-2V C C:9V C C-gV C C-2V C C.9V C C-9V C a_o\/ C C-2V C C.2V C C-7 c C-7 C C-74 c C-7 C C-7

c-8

9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 2000 9000 2000 9000

53

s%

l

)"8 s14

7 7

1
7

9000 9000
2000

6%
7 7

e%

9000 9000
9000 9000 2000 9000 9000

e% e% e%

6%
7

o3/ e% e%
e% e%

a3..1

6%
7

1

6%

GROUP REPLACEMENT SERIES LAMPS
600/66R 1M/66R 1M/7sR
600 000 1 000
PS-25
PS-25

2500/66R/PS2s 2s00
2500/66R 9500/75R

PS-25
PS-95

4M/66R 4M/75R 4M/1sR/BU 4Ml15R/BD 6M/66R 6M/e0R/BU 6M/20R/BD 10M/66R

2500 9500

PS-35
PS-35

4000
4000 4000

PS-35
PS-35 PS-35

10M/20R/BU 10M/20R/BD

4000 6000 6000 6000 1 0000
10000 10000

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

Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mog. Mos. Mos. Mog. Mog. Mog, Mog. Mog. Mog.

6.7 9,8 8.7 22.3 22.4 19.8 34.9 30,0 14.6 14.6 50.0 15.7 15.7 86.6 95.3 25.3

6.6 6.6
7.5

Anv Anv Anv
Base Up

6.6 6.6
7.5

6.6
7.5 15 15

Anv Any Anv Anv

Base Up Base Up

6.6 20 20

t0

6.6 20

Anv

Base Up Base Down

Anv

Base Up Base Down

c c c c c c c c C c c C C c c C

c-B 3000 c-B 3000 c-8 300c c-gv 3000 c-2v 3000 c-2v 3000 c-gv 3000 c-gv 3000 C-2V 3000 c-9v 3000 c-2v 3000 C-9V 3000 C-9V 3000 c-7A 3000 c-7 3000 C-7 3000

7 93/4 7 934 6% e3A 79%

5% 7% 5% 7% s% 7% s% 716 7e% 7 934 7 et6
93/.

6% 6%
7 1

7

e%
932 932

e%

G-E AYIATIOI{ LAMPS

,:lii .i:.1:*,::.

4t ll,
8"- g

j_1

.

ffi *-c&..

**d

i "1'

].|',,l

t.:;i-, ilti

'qw
15415/C

€ffis w
6.64/T10P 6.6A/T10/1P 6.6AlT14P

rtii '. ,4;e t*s*$

i{eti

;::ffi?

'sF

soA/CLA/S

40491P

100491P

t,t

ffl g#E

€€E €$il
40Tl 0P

F3RP1

F5000 9/BL

Airway and airport lamps and airplane landing lamps are generally use^d in projection rype of equipment. In G-E"Aviation Lamps for these applications the filaments are accurately posiiioned to aid 1n providing the desired beam patterns.

Abbre viation

Ordcring

LcmP

Vctts

Volts

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Class Filament Hours
Life

Approx.

Lumcns

Light
Cntr,

Lgth.
E 11

Max. Ovrl, Lsth,
1 ln lv t6

so0PS40/4s 620Ps40P
62oPS4o/1 P 500T20/1 3

soor20124
5ooTe0P/AB
F3RPI 2/BL

1M/TeoBP 1M/T20BP
F5000 25OPAR

500 620 620 500 500 500 1 000 1 000
3

399PAR

't00A21P

4 ?50 399 100
45 30

PS-40 PS-40 PS-40 T-90 T-20 T-?0 T-20 T-90 RP-'l ? RP-l I
T-1 T-1

Mog. Pf. Mog. Pf. Mog. Pl. Med. Bip. Mos. Pf. Mos. Bip. Mog. Bip.
D.C.lndexins D.C.lndexing

Mog.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. 30 Std. 12-16 94-28

Beacon Beacon Beacon Airway BeaconQ On Course Bea.O On Course Bea.@
Code Code Code Airway. Beacon@

24 24

C

C
C C C C C C

24
12 12 12 12 12

Airway Beacon@
U. V.
U.

V. lnst.

lnst.

c-9 1000 9850 c-7.\ 3000 10800 c-7 A 3000 10800 c-138 500 9500 c-1 38 800 c-13B 800 c-13 s00 93500 c-13 500 90500

4%

si+ 10+ s+ 1o+ 31%

J rc

3+ 4

e+

e%
91,4

12O 12O

4e%oL

L76

PAR-56 Mos. Prong PAR-56 Mos. Prons

6.6A/Tl

oP

6.6AlT1O11P

6.6AlI14P
15A15/CL

200
15 25

esA/CL
40T1 0P

40491P soA/CL/VS
67 A21l4O

40 40
50

1ooA21

111At1/TS

/TS

67 100
't 11

A-91 0 0 l-1 4 A-1 5 A-1 9 T-1 0 A-91 A-1 9 A-21 A-21 A-21

Mcd. Pf. Med. Pf . Med. Pl. Med. Pf .
Med. Med.

Med. Pf. Med. Pl.
Med. Med. Med. Med.

12.5 Approach@ B C B C 115 Approach (D 120 C Marker (f Std. 60 C 6.6A. Marker O 60 C 6.6A. Marker @ 24 C 6.64. Marker O Std. Wind Direction 120 B Std. Boundary Marker 12O B 60 C Marker @ Std. Marker 12O C Std. Std. Obs. Marker 12O B Std. Traffic Signal @ '190 C Std. Traffic Sisnal @ 12o C Std. Traffic Signal @ 12O C

5 c-6 100 cc-13 '100 o3./ tr cc-2v 9000 c-9v '1000 140 4 t.- " c-2v 1000 390 1ri 3 ++ c-13 15 4900 o L R3.1 23,6 3% c-9 1200 c-9 1000 265 o1,l ? ll 3+F 1% cc-2v 1000 (-L o3,/ J16 cc-2v 2000 36s z/+ 01,l c-9 1000 5s5 o? 2l5 /1 c-9 3000 115 216 416 c-9 2000 1960 2+ 4+ c-9 3000 1380 zG atd
| /: J 16

,5' 15

,O Burning position 45" base down to horizontal. @ Burn base down. @ Burn basc down to horizontal'

44

500T20/1 3

5OOT2Ol94

50oT2oP/AB 500Ps40/45
690PS40P 690PS40/1 P

9sOPAR 399PAR

1MrrgoBP

replacement especially where maintenance is difficult. The 62OPS4O/IP 'in has a "hard glass" bulb and is used units where water leakage would cause breakage of the "soft glass" bulbs such as used on the other two larnps. Present pracrice in Airport Approach Lighting uses "line-shaped" fixtures having between 5 and 10 PAR-56 sealed beam type of lamps mounted in a row. \Whatever the length of fixture or pattern of fixture arrangement, the three PAR- 5 6

loOO hours is generally used where lamp replacement is easy. The 3OOO-hour 62OPS4OP allows the economy of group

Code Beacon Lamps are freouentlv used as obstruction ^ markers of tuti structures. The 5OOPS40/45 rated at

lamps listed are the basic light sources.

type of landing lamps are iommonly used on newer aircraft. They are listed in Gen-

Airplane Landing Lights use in 1o-inch reflectors l-ocaiid in the leading edge of the wing. Sealed beam
lamps

-

Som.e

eral Electric Miniaturl Lamp Schedules
and Catalogs.

T-to lamps. Higher intensity e-levated lights, on runways where instrument landings are made, use 6.6A/Tt4p
lamps.

Low_ intensity, semi-flush Airport-Runway tr{arker lights, about 2 inChes high, use A-2I lamps. .Uledium intensity elevated lights, about 2 feet high, use

G-E TRAI]Y A]VD LOCOMOTITE LAMPS
I .r
i

, *:1 #'j
t''*{

I
i-t',1

s"#i

ry

s's
656/5SC

C
656/B

6s6

154
95417/RS

50A19/RS 5oA/RS

954

1

5S1

1

/3DC

3051

1

30sl 1 Dc

/1 OO

bes s'p -\Y
€r.

e5T8+/rF

ce,s S!:M,.9
t:.r&;? ,"Y
5S14/lF

1ooA91/3
1OOA2114

ffi"_*xil

%g
50491

1004

TRAIN LIGHTING Train lighting lamps are sPecially designed to withstand the intense Yibrations and shocks encountered in this service. fn general they are available for operation on either 3o-, 34- or 60-volt direct current circuits. To insure satisfactory life, voltage regulating devices must be kept adjusted to the proPer voltage so that the voltage at the lamp socket corresponds with that shown on the lamP marking.
TRAIN LIGHTING LAMPS
Lamp

LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING

of the all-glass conitruction incorporating the filament, riflector and coverglass in a single unit. It is customary to operate one lamp for switching locomotives and two for road locomotives. \Utrhen applied to Diesel'electric locomotives, fixed resistors are installed in the circuit

The 2oo PAR lamp is of the sealed beam type

to reduce the line voltage to 3o volts.

rVhere separate reflectors and lamps are used,

the

1ooA2

If 3, 3z-volt lamp is
std.

recomrnended

Ordering Abbreviation

Dercription

Qtv,

Pkg,

Class

Filamenl Hours
Lila

Approx.

Lumen:

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Mrx.
Ovrl.
Lgth,

656 656/B

6

6
't5
15 15 15 95 95 25 95 25

s-6 s-6

Cand. Cand.

30 30 30

Double Coated
glossy blue

154
15A

154

A-17

A-17 A-17
A-'17

15A

954 954 954 954
e5T8+/rF
30s1 3051
1 1

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
I.814
s-11
s-11

/1

00

404 40,\

DC

30 30 40 40
50

Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. D. C. Bay.
D. C. Bay.

34 6o
75 30

34 60
75 30 32

64
30

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

50491 50421 50421 50491

50 50
50

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Med"

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Train Marker Train Marker lnside Frosted
Inside Frosted

60 30 34 60
75

't004
1004

100 100

A-23 A-93

Med. Med. Med.

60 34

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Inside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

e40 B 240 B 120 c 120 c 1eo B 120 B 1eo c 190 c 190 c 190 c 60 c 1eo c 12A c 120 c 190 c 120 c 19A c 120 c 12A c 120 c 190 c

C-9V 1s00 500 C-2V ',1000
',1

50

1%

1t9 c-9 900 c-9 1000 '1000 1s0 C-9 C-9 1000 145 c-9 1000 3s0 c-9 1000 400 c-9 1000 9Bs c-9 1000 240 c-8 1000 350 500 420 c-7 A c-7A s00 365 c-9 1000 600 c-9 1000 535 1000 810 c-9 ',1000 990 c-9 c-9 1000 720 c-9 1000 690 c-9 1000 1650 c-9 ',1000 2100

2% 3% 2% s% e% 3% 2% 3t4 214 3i+ e% 3l+ 3i€ 2% 01.- 211
1% 1% 2% 2% 23J/n a31 J 7A
E,32

1%

216

e% 4% 4%
tlL -16 tr 15 r r6

3% 4+* 4% 6+ 4% 6+

3%

4i8

46

25OP2sl22
2OOPAR

300PtsP
250P95

for switching service. In similar equipment used on road locomotives the 25o-wa7t P-25 lamp is recommended. LOCOMOTIVE CAB LIGHTING The 34-volt lamps are intended for use in steam locomotive cabs. The 60-volt lamps are for Diesel-elecuic locomotives equipped with voltage regulators, whereas the 75-volt lamps
DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS
Lamp

are for use in Diesel-electric locomotives not thus equipped. The 656 lamps are used either as indicators or for instrument lighting. The 25- and 5O-watt lamps are for use in the engine cornpartment as well as for cab lighting. The 3o-watt S-11 lamp is mainly a marker or classification lamp, operated in series with a resistance on Diesel-electric locomotives.
srd.

Ordering Abbrcviation

Voltr

Description

Qtv.

Pkg. Class 120
120
B

Filcment

656/55C 1 ss1 1 /3DC 1 5Sl 4/tF

25A17/RS
30511/DC 50A/RS

50419/RS 50419/RS

6 15 15 95 30 50 50 50

Agcrox, Light F.lo..urr Lumenl Cntr. Lite Lsrh.

Mcx. Ovrl.
Lgth.

5-6
s-11

S. C. Bay,

s-l4
5-1
1

A-17

D. C. Bay. Med. Med.
D. C. Bay.

60
75

lndicator
Train

34
75

Loco. Cab
F, Train Rough Serv.

l.

190
120

B B B

c-1

A-19 A-19 A-19

64
34

Med. Med. Med.

Marker
Service l. F. l. F. Train Rough Serv. l. F, Train Rough Serv.
Rough

120 120 190 190

c
B B

60
75

B

2% 3+ c-74 soo 36s 1% 2% c-e 1000 5eo 2% 3l* c-9 1000 s3s 2% 3l-3 c-9 1000 s3 s 211 3l*
Lsmcns
1

c-9 c-9

1000 1000 1000

1

500

.l

35

141 245

e%

1+ 1%

1+* 3%

2%

DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTING LAMPS
Abbrevialion

Ordering

Lamp

Watts

Burning Position

Std. Aporox. ?kg, Chss Filament H6urs Qtv. Lile

1OOA2113

1OOA21l4
2OOPAR

250P25
25OP25122

300Pt5P

100 100 200 950 250 300

A-21 A-21 PAR-56 P-25 P-25 P-25

Med, Med.
Screw Term.

Med. Med.

Med.
Pf. Pf.

39 60 30 32 32 60

Base Down Base Down

to Horiz.@ to Horiz.O

Horizontal Base Down to Horiz.@ Base Down to Horiz.O Base Down to Horiz]

190 120

8C c-13 60C c-sA 60c c-5,\ 60C C-s
C-e
C_e

C C

c-5 c-s

Lisha Cntr. Lgth.

Max,
Lgth.

Owl.

soo s00 500 s00 500 soo

1200
45OO 450C)

550

34t 34+ 3 4%
O_L 216 oL Z L6

43,4 E J r J

STEAM LOCOMOTIVE LAMPS (Cab and Headlighting)

34 IISJ lilF 1t S.-14 Med. Med. s4 9941&s.- lq A-1e Med. 199^^21/3 200 1qg PAR-56 4:21 Screw Term. se 200PAR 250P25 250 P-25 Med. 30 2:!P3!!22 250 . P-25 Med. Pf. 32 32
O
Unsatisfoctory lamp opcration. is likely between 45' Irom base up and base uo.

Any 12o B Anv 1ea B Base Down t6 Horiz.O 1io a Horizontal I a Base Down to Horiz.O 60 a Base Down to Horiz.6 60 C

a_s

e_iE
C_SA

a-aA

1000 141 9% 3% 1000 s90 9% 3l* s00 550 3 4+ s00 4% soo 4soo 3 4% soO 4500 2+ 5
'1

to occur in burning positions between horirontcl and base up, pcrticularly

G-E

LOV (6-Volt,

VOLTAGE LAMPS
\|-Volt
Lamps)

L2-Volt And'

,s

v
6s6

g..:# itu. *ryd
%d*#r
't

*.

k

-,-:8
€;: S;; **

:i:jg

\rjr
95A

5A

'Yir

-

ff -iX -{I

50A91

6- and l2-volt lamps are used on battery-generator outfits, for automobiles, boats, airplanes and places where electric service is not available. 3o-volt lamps are for operation on battery'generator sets such as used in rural areas and are the
6- AND 1z-VOLT LAMPS
Lamp

same as used

in 3o-volt train

#rtr €9ffi b-; ias -gF" 100A lighting systems.

Low voltage lamps' because of their higher curfent for a given wattage, afe more rugged, and in general more efficient.

Ordering Abbreviation

Volts
5

Oty.

PLs,

srd.

Approx. Class Filament
Life

Houls

Lumens

LiEht Cntr. Lsth.
o3Z
91.4

Mcx Ovrl.
Lgth.
?1,.4

5s't4

s-1

4

154
95A
6S6

15 25

A-19
A-21 s-l 4 s-6 A-17 A-21

A-17

50A21
5s1 4

50
5

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

6 6 6 6
12 12 12 12 12

Clear

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Si gn

15A

6
15 25

Clear

95A
50421

A-19

50

Med. Med. Med.

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted

120 c 120 c 190 c 120 c 120 B 240 B 120 c 120 c 190 c

c-6
L-O

'1000

4B

c-6 c-6 c-6

C-9V

c-6 c-6 c-6

000 1 000 1 000 1 500 '1 500 1 000 1 000 1 000
1

190 350 780
45 50

3%
Ji3
A 15

3% e% e% 3%

190 370 830

i"A

3% 1% 3%
21l i 15 +ffi

3O-VOLT LAMPS PAGE 48 5sl 4
5

s-l 4
s-6

Med.
Cand.

30
30

154 95,\
50421

6S6

6
15 25

A-17 A-19
A-93
A-21

1004

50 100

Med" Med. Med. Med.

30 30 30
30

lnside lnside lnside lnside

Clear Clear

Frosted Frosted Frosted Frosted

19O B C-9 24O B C-9V 12O C C-9 12O C C-9 12A C C-9 12O C C-9

1 000 1 500

45 50

000 1 000 1 o00 1 000
1

179 350 810 1 850

234

^7/ tza

2%
378

3% 3+t
/ l5

4YB 6+

+ 1T

G.E MARI]YE LAMPS
General Elecffic mafine lamps are especially designed to meet the exacting fequifements of marine sefYices. Included afe lamPs fof running lights, seafchlights, signal lights, and for divers'use undef-

watef. Dependable opefation is of vital importance. The needs of interior illumination aboard ship are well met with General Electric
genefal service lamPs.
Vatts Ampr.

Ordering Abbreviation
1

or

Volts

Bose
cable

Pkg. ety.

std.

AJgrf
Class

gc

Fira

Max.

"i1i'"" f:T;;[ flilill'
50

I
50/50P25/28
1OO/1OOP25
I l

M/G25 50/50P95/t8

Diving * Running Lisht+

1000
100

1OO11OOP95l29 Running Lishti

50 50 100
3OO

115
Std.

3c moq.

leads 4 C

std.

c-9 150 3c mos. 60 C C-5 c-9 lso
square inch watel pressure'

-

60 C

C-5
C-5

... .
Jr6

1071 JlG

/29

3r3 s*
1MG95'

- T. b" b*d t"l" ,"d---*"

\('lthtt""dt

"*,"dt

*r

t

Burn base down.

48

G-E HICH VOLTAGE LAMPS erl-zsr yotts) FOR GE]VERAL LIGHTI]\G S^ERVICE

50A19/38

50419/37
l ooA/Rs

100A/cL

15oPs95

9oo

These lamps, which are somewhat less rugged and less efficient than 1 t5-L25-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 efficiency as compared with standard voltage lamps.
The 750 watt R-52 lamp is for base up burning. Should be shielded against moisture falling on the bulb.
Due to lack of space only clear lamps are illustrated.
srd.

Ordcring Abbreviaiion

Watts

PkE. Class
Otv.

Approx.
Filament

Hours
Lile

Lumens

954
504

15A

254/R
50/\/RS

50419/37 soA19/38 60421

15 95 25 50 50 50 50

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

A-17

A-l

9

A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21 A-91
PS-9s PS-30 PS-30 PS-35
PS-35 PS-35

1004 l ooA/cL
1004/Rs

1 50Ps9s ?00 900/lF

300Ms
300 300/lF 500 500/lF 750

750llF
750R59 000 1000/lF 1 500
1

60 100 100 100 150 900 900 300 300 300 500 500 750 750 750 1 000 1 000 't 500

PS-40 PS-40 PS-s9 PS-59 R-52 PS-52 PS-s2 PS-59

Med. lnside Frosted Med. lnside Frosted Med. Red Med. lnside Frosted Med. Rough Service Med. Clear Med. Com. Oven Med. lnside Frosted Med. lnside Frosted Med. Clear Med. Rough Service Med. Clear Med. Clear Med. lnside Frosted Med. Skt. Clear Mog. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mog. Clear Mos. lnside Frosted Mog. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mo9. Reflector Hish Bay Mos. Clear Mog. lnside Frosted Mog. Clearf)

120 B C-9 190 B C-17 190 B C-1 7 190 B C-1 7A 120 B C-22 190 B C-1 7A 120 B C-11 120 B C-11 120 c c-7A 190 C C-74 120 C C-17 60 C C-7A

000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000
1

190 920

Lisht Cntr. Lsth. o3l
e% 2%
911

Max. Ovrl,
Lgth.

3%
21t J16 215 J rli ? l5 15 a Jm +i6 EI <5 J 16 <5 Jlfr uld oid o_L U I6

4t5
450 480 480 580

'1000

911 912

60 c 60 c
24 24 24 94 24 o 6 6 6 6 6

C C-7A C C.]A C C-7,\ C C-74 C C-7A' L L-/n C C-7A C C-7A C C'A C C.7A C C-7A

c-9 c-9

1000 1000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 2000 1 000 1 000 1 000

1260 1260
900 2050 3700 3700 4700 4700
4tOO

2% 3% 3% 3%
\
1./

6 6
-7

1l

7

8850
BB 5O

l

7 7

e% e% e% e%

1

4200

14200

e% e%

13+ 13+ 13+ 13+
1

e%

lggoo
199AO

g:,
e% e)4

11%
3*e

98500

@ Recommendcd burning position any within 60" ol vertically base up or ba:e down but lumen maintenlnce ir

best when burned vertically base up.

G-E HOME APPLIAI{CE LAMPS A]VD I{IGHT LIGHT LAMPS

15511

/1O2

40415/',|

40A.15/29

50419/31

50A19/38

ii:,ir!
:

lfri:',
!t

:

i*xri
,t!t'
!"Y3
&

f

,,:' I 1OOA23/20

::

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r: &a g xH rr$ sai & *l \At Y 10c7Dc 10c7

kUll ,)r',

I

L&8
15T7DC 5T7DC /tF
1

*t

'.. $fi{

qs

#i /
1

ry

5T7C

5T7N

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

Lamps intended for

use

construction or filament

windings, which assure their effrcient operation in service. The L5T7 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 night lights.

Lamps intended for service under exremely high temperatures have a special basing cement and other special features which assure improved oPeration and longer life.

..&'i
U

'

ffi
25T8DC

[ff
25 TsDC /tF

The 4OA1 5/22 withstands fange oven tempefatufes uP

to 475"8. The bake oven
lamps are tested at 550"F.

a factor. The 2578

lamps

refrigerators and appliances when small sized lamps are
required.

The 15S1tf toz and 40AI5/1 lamps are used in

2sT8lN
40T6!4/2

Abbreviation

Lamp Ordering

Vatts Bulb

Base
Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. Cand. D. C. Bay. D. C. Bay. Cand.
1 1

Volts
9s0) 115-195(t
5-1 5-1

Description
Nisht Nisht Nishr Night Night Lisht Lisht
Lishr

std.

Qtv.

Pks'

Clas: Filament Hour:
Lile

Approx,
Lumens

Length

Center Ovrl,
Length

Light

Max,

7C7

7C7lW
7C7lB

7CllG

7C7lO
7C7lR 1 5T7DC

1sT7DC/tF 15T7C ,I5T7N
?5T8DC

2sT8DC/lF

4OT61r/9 40415129 50A19/31
1

25T8/N

50A19/38 100493/20
I

1ss11/109 4041511
O

0c7Dc

0c7

7 c-7 7 c-7 7 c-7 7 C-7 7 c-7 7 c-7 15 T-7 15 T-7 15 T-7 15 T-1 2s T-8 25 T-8 95 T-8 40 T-6% 40 A-15 50 A-19 50 A-19 100 A-93 10 c-7 10 c-7 't 5 s-11 40 A-1 5

240 940
240

I 1 5-1 250)
1 1

2se

Lisht
Light

240
24A 240 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 190 190 190 12A 240 190 12A 190

115-125(r:

115-1250)

115-1254
11

Nisht Lisht
Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance Appliance

5-125O)
srd.

lnter.

115-125e
std.

D. C. Bay. D. C. Bay.
lnter. lnter.

115-195(t
1

srd.

I 5-1 95

Med. Med. Med. Med.
Cand. D. C. Bay.

115-1254t

Home Oven 115-125 (t) Comm, Oven High Comm. Oven srd. Comm. Oven Pilot 1 1 s-1 95at Pilot 115-195t-y.t
1 1

-r

1,1

Refrigeralor

B B B B B B B B B B B B B C (-

C.7A

C-7,\ C-7,\
C-7A C-7A C-l
C-1 C-1
C-1

C-7,\

3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000

45

2%

21]
o1./

....''..
113
118

2% 2%

2X

irs
115 940
935

....

95/6

tlo?

e% e%

C.1
C-1

o5l e16

C-l
a_o C-9 750 750 1 000
1

C-B

Med. Med.
life.

5-1

25t)

Ref

rigerator

115-12541)

Appliance

B B C-1] C CC-6 B C,]A B C-7,\ B C-7,A C C-9

'1000

000

o
'2

435 2% 5oo 211 480 2% 1s5o 41.4
40

240 460

2% 2%
4
Jl6_ a15 Jm

2%
oL

39
137

400 1 000

450

2% 2%

Design Yolts 190.

O lndelinitely long

50

C-E ROL]GH SEITYICE LAMPS A]VD VIBRATIOI{ LAMPS
50A-19/5

e5417/RS

".d,,!,& ?:*"*;;X
l

s

^.%

€.gtr
75491/RS
25A/RS 504/RS 50A19/RS

*g

i

I

r;tiilqt!*lrirrir,

b.! rT

E:::'

:3
1

50A19/3
1

l ooA/RS

00R30/FLlRS

100423/28

5o/RS

900Ps30/24

150/V5

l t"-v 1l

lt 1t

!

j

I

Rough Service lamps are used in extension cords in garages, industrial plants and similar locations where they are subjected to excessive shock in service. 'The sp6cial construction of the fiIament enables th-ese lamps to with-

stand sudden bumps and other forms of rough treatment. VIBRATION LAMPS Vibration lamps are particularly designed for use on or near rotating machinery and

e5A/CL/VS 50A/CL/VS

3oo/Rs

other places where relatively high-frequency vibration exists. Certain of these lamps are EA^/Dc equipped *'ith a special type of filament wire rvv/trJ designed to operate suitably under vibration
conditions.
std. Pkg. Qty.
Approx, Life Lisht
Cnh.

*

I

ee @&
w

K:rl&.9

254/VS
504/VS

ROUGH SERVICE LAMPS
Lamp Ordering

Abbrcviction

Class Filament Hours Lunenr

Mcx,
Lsth.

Owl,

Lgth.

95417/RS 95 954/RS 25 504/RS 50 5041e/RS 50 50419/RS 50 504/RS 50 50419/5 50 50A/RS 50 50419 /3 50 754?1/RS 75 1004/RS 100 1004/RS 100 100R30/FLIRS 100 50/RS 50
1

A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19 A-19
A-21 A-21 A-21
A-1 9

A-17

A-19

R-30
PS-95

l00Ps30/93 ?00Ps30/94

1

300/Rs 500/Rs

900 200 300 500

PS-30 PS-30
PS-35

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

PS-40

M.g.

75 Std. Std. 60 75 30 Std. High Std. Std. Std. High Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

l. l. l.

F. Train

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
F. Train F. Train lnside Frosted Clear Inside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted Inside Frosted lnside Frosted

L F. Flood lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Clear
Clear Clear

120 190 120 194 120 120 190 190 120 120 120 190 60 60 60 60 24
94

B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C (C

C-9
C-1 7

C.29
C-9 C-9 C-9

C.22
C-29 C-29 C-92 C.17 C-17 C-17 C-9 C-9 a_o C-9

1000 245 1000 295 1000 460 1000 535 1000 535 -1000 s35 1000 465 1000 -1000 450 460 1000 t10 '1000 1990 1000 900 1 000 1000 9050 '1000 3350 1000 3350 1000 '1000 5350
9400
950

o3^

eri
21'/2

3%
2 t5
J 16

3t+
2Il "l! 2"L! J t6 1! " 215 J t6 f J 15 l6 +T6 E-L

e%

9l; ol,,
91,4

alA e% e% 3%
37.4

6 6

5,

1l v16 ^

5*

l l

8+
934

e%

VIBRATION LAMPS

954/VS 504/VS

?54/CL/VS

95 95

A,1 9

A-19
A-19 A-23

100/3/r8 1so/vs

5oA/CL/VS

5o 50 100 150

A-19
PS-95

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

19A Clear lnside Frosted 19O 12O Clear Inside Frosted 19O Inside Frosted 60

lnside

Frosted

12o

B B B B c c

C-9 C-9 C-9 C-9 c-9 c-9

1C00
1000 1000

1000 1000 1000

gss

er6 o1./

3l*
2l!
3

5s0 s55

13s0 2950

e|4
s%

oL1

21'1

4.3,1

6t

+t

6i+

G.E PILOT LAMPS AI\D IT{NICATOR LAMPS
.i"-! ' :;.t!l

##;Gffr rslrs oii*
6s6 u$l*

utol*

uril56

ruw
6s6/7

i{i bn:
f*f{
1

.W1 'J{ u*rl

s

lsr,ilsit i- -1 --e{ l'1 i!ffirq lf
1

j rl:!]l, I

:'.

:.

..;.:

.

./1.

i

i .,r 8:l;*

.:':t

0s6/1 0 0s6/1 3

Egf

:i{ \yrOSrl/79

f{q

L

,.ll
,r,

.

,

6T4+11

10C7 10C7DC

11A/T4c r:j v
1

vtt

lr|

l

uses in homes and in-

S6-bulb lamps have many

to withstand vibration or shock. The 6741/z lamp
Ordering
Lamp

dustry but are not designed

is used where space requires a small lamp. The 1OS 1 1 lamps are used
where more Iight is needed. 15T6 larnps are used in cenStd. Pkg. Qty.
24O

tral station power switchboards. The r LA/T4C is used on power switchboards in a G. E. receptacle

5T6

containing voltage reducing
resistors.
Light
Lumens

Abbreviation

Watts
3

Bulb
s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6 s-6

Base

Volts

Approx. Class Filament Hours
Life

Cnh. Lsth.

Max. Ovrl.
Ls1h.

356/5

6s6
6s6 656

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

656l5SC
656/R

656/W
656DC
65617
6T 4+11
1
1

s-6
s-6
5-O

0c7

6 'to
10 10

0c7Dc

os6/1 0 1 0s6/1 3 1Os11179 1 5T6 1 sT6
1

T-4r4 c-7 c-7 s-6
s-6
s-1
1

Cand. Std. Cand. 12 Cand. 135,145 & 155 Cand. Std. S.C.Bay 60 Cand. Std. Cand. Std. D.C.Bay. Std. lnter. Std. Cand. Std.
Cand.

240 240

24o
19O 24O 94O
12O 12O

100 '115-1954 94o

D.C.Bay 115-'125O) 120

10 10

11^'lT4C 0 Design

.11A
volts 1 q0.

15 15

T-6 T-6

T-4

Cand. Hish lnter. High Cand. 115-125 Cand. Std. Cand t4O 'l 8 Cand.

94o
12O

190 60 60 100

B C-7,\ 3000 B C-9V 500 B C-74 1 500 B C-7,\ 500 B C-1 1 500 B C-7,\ 1 500 B C-74 1 500 B C-7,\ 1 500 B C-7,{ 500 B C.7A ,'.:o B C-74 B C-74 B C-1 r soo 1 500 B C-1 B C-7,\ 500 B C.1 9000 B C-l 2000 B C-9F 9000
1
'1

12 50

1% 1%

36
41
l1

1%
41f

1%

40
40
41

1-L

1% 1%
413

1l+
1%
ol

1

40

e!4
1%

39
65

63

1

119 114

Bl
o

1l+
1%
!q

2%
2l

3+
1%

G-E SOUND REPRODT]CER LAMPS
below are the most popular lamps used for theare movie film sound reproduction. Each was pioneered by General Electric to meet the exact requirements of the optical system with which it is used. Similar lamps for t6 mm. projectors are also available.
Illustrated here and described

4A/18/95
4AlT8SCP

5AlT8SC

7.5A/T85C

5A/T8SCP

7.5AIT8SCP

SOUND REPRODUCER LAMPS (Burn Base Down)Lanp Ordering Abbreviation std.

Qtv.

Pkg. €la:s

Approx,
Filament

Hours
Life

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lsth.

Max.
Lgth.

Ovrl.

4Alt8lzs
4AlTBSCP

4 4
5 5

5A/T85C
5A/T8SCP

7.54/T8SC
7.5A/T8SCP

7.5 7.5

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

S. C. Bay.
Pf. S. C. Bay. s. c. Pf. S. C. Bay. s. c. Pf.

s. c.

8.5

9 10
10 10

'to

e4c 24c 24c 94c 24c 94c

c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6 c-6

100 100 100 1s80 100 1580

100 s00

610 580 1000 1000

1% 1# lt+ 1# 419
r 32
I

3%

3%
171 J/A .78

3% 3%

i--

52

C-E PROJECTIO]Y LAMPS AI{D PHOTOCRAPHIC STT]DIO LAMPS

I s0T8/2SC
l?:lai

750T12134

& TS
*H

500T20 /63
1

sooIz4 /15

& ddlrq b. ,.'il&.igii* 'iI*,e qrtrr
900T20

The majority of General Electric lamps for picture projection are described in the Photographic Lamp Catalog. A few projection lamps normally supplied by nonphotographic sources are listed herein. All are characterized by the newest and most exacting techniques of lamp manufacture.
The dimensions and form of each light source are chosen to fit the particular requirement

of

some specific group

of optical

systems.

directory of the proper lamps ro use in projectors Electric Lamp Divi- General sion Bulletin LD-19, "Lamps for Picture Projectors. " The first two lamps listed are designed for advertising devices. Theatre projeciion lamps are used in smaller theatres and school
auditoriums.
sMT64/1

General Electric Lamp Agents have a complete

Abbreviation

Lamp Ordering

Vafts

Volts

Description

Qtv.

Pkg.

srd.

Class

Filament Hours
Life

Approx.

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lgth.

Max. Ovrl,
Lgth.

I 50T8/9SC
7sOf 12134

soof2o /63 750124/16

7sof24/13 5M/T64/1
O

900T90 15OOI94/15

50 T-8 750 T-12 500 T-90 750 T-24 750 I-24 900 T-20 1500 I'24 5000 I-64
1

Bay. Med. Pf. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Mos. Med. Bip. Mos. Bip.
S. C.

Std.

Std.
Std. Std. Std.

Adv. frl
32oo

Adv.

@

3900'K

ti

30
Std. Srd.

3200 "K Theatre C

3200'KO
3350 "K€)

94 c 2cc-8 24 c c-13D 12 c c-13 24 c c-1 3 24 c c-13 12 c c-l3 94 c c-1 3

900 200
35 50 12

1c

c-13

100 60
75

2o5oo 914 6% 94000 21,4 6% 23500 4% 9+ 43s00 5% 9% 16sM 6% 13%

1r; 3% e+ s3l 13500 9r4 6%

Burn base down. @ Copy Board. lntermittent burning base up collector

grid.

@ Black and white photographv.

53

G-E SHOWCASE LAMPS AI{I) OTHER TT]BULAR LAMPS

t,

rl

'l
l

kaAlt

*=sry

air
esT6%ltF

t5Tl 0
I 40T1 0 25T10 | 7O

V-

60T10164

25T6%

:t

8.""i &e-Rt
reryF" e5Tl o/RFL 25T811/tF

75T1O145

40T10/AF

95T10/AF

z5I1OllF
4OT1O/lF

4OT1

0/RFL
4OT8/

4OT8/lF

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.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Qtv,

Pks,

srd.

Class Filament

Approx.
Hours
Lumens

Max, Ovrl.
Lgth.

Lile

2516% 25T61lltF
40T8

40T8/AF
40T8/tF

95T8t/illF
95T10
9sT1 0

25T10/AF 2sTlOllF
25Tl 0/RFL
40T1 0 40T1 0/lF

40T10/AF
40Tl 0/RFL
6011O164

751'tOl45

25 2s 40 40 40 25 25 25 95 25 2s 40 40 40 40 60 7s

T-6% T-6%
T-8 T-8 T-8

T-8% T-10 T-10
T-10

T-10 T-10 T-10
T-10

T-10 T-10 T-10 T-1 0

lnter. lnter. Med. Med. Med. Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.

60 B Clear Std. Std. l. F. Showcase 60 B Clear 24 B Std. Std. All Frosted Showcase 94 B Std. l. F. Showcase 24 B 30 Inside Frosted 60 C 60 B Clear Std. Showcase 60 B Hiqh StJ. All Frosted Showcase 60 B Std. l. F. Showcase 60 B Std. Refl. Showcase 60 C 60 B Clear Std. Std. lnside Frosted 60 B Std. All Frosted Showcase 60 B Std. All Frosted Showcase 60 C Showcase 60 C Std. Showcase 24 B Std.

C-8
C-B

C-93 C-93 C-93
C-B C-B

C-90 C-8
C-B

CC-8
C-B C-B C-B CC-B C-B

C-93

1000 1000 1000 1 000 1000 1000 1000 1000 '1000 1000 1000 '1000 1000 000 1000 1000 1000
.1

240 240 410
405

5%
5%
117

11% 11% s% 5% 5%
E J

350 260 215 955 215 430 495 400 730 800

s%

5l /n

2 5%
r /8

q 5.^ J/n

11r4

>4

C-E MII{E LAMPS

ffi qry
50419/35

100P4R38/FL

1004
t,;

I

itl
l'ii:

l

I

,;1',

i'
'

!,1,r

50419
200

l:r,

I

Mine lamps, ranging from 5O to 2OO watts, are ot 3OO volts for use in haulageways, pits, shop lighting and other general lighting
available in either 275
afeas.

15oPAR46/1

The L5DPAR46/L, 32-vok lamp is

especially

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

designed for locomotive service. It has rugged filament construction and its concentrated beam closely fits haulage ways. Proper resistors must be used in series with 32-volt and 1.L5-volt lamps. Resistors to operate l5o-watt Iamps from nominal 27 5-voh supply should be selected to provide 4.69 amperes through 32-volt Iamps and 1.3o amperes through Lt5-volt lamps.
DcacriFtion

The 1OOPAR38/FL is especially designed for use on continuous miners. Its low voltage is
essential in order to obtain the ruggedness required for this service.
Lamp

Ordcring Abbrcviatlon

Volts

Pgk. Clm:
Otv.

srd.

Approx.
Fila.

Hours
Life

Lumens

50419 50419/35 50419 1004 1004 900 900

Llght Cntr. Lgth.

Max. Ovrl, Lrth.

50 50 50

100P4R38/FL

100 100 900 900 100 150 150

A-19 A-19 A-19
A-93 A-23
PS-30 PS-30

PAR.38 PAR-46 PAR.46

Mcd. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med. Med.
Side Prong
S,C.Term. S.C.Term.

150P4R46/1

150P4R46
O

275 275 300 975 300 275 300 12 32 115

lnside Frosted
Clear

lnside Frosted lnside Frosted lnside Frosted
Clear Clear

190 120 120 120 120

Projector Flood Locomotive Headlisht Locomotive @ Haadlisht

60 c 60 c 12 c

B B B c C

C-11 C-17 C-17

c-9 c-9 c-6

C-74

c-t{

1000 460 2% 3*u 2!! 1000 465 01^ 1000 460 01^ ?!s 1000 1150 43A 6+ 1000 1150 4% 6+ 1000 2650 6 B*1 Ol, 1000 2650 A
z ! J16 1

000 800

as
4

8 C B C

CC.8 C-13
1

000

4

Burning position, plane through lamp axis and basa terminals horironlal.

G-E FLOODLIGHT LAMPS

AI{D SPOTLICHT

1M/G4OFL 950G/FL
4OOG/FL 5OOG/FL

which produce accurately controlled beams of light. There

These lamps have concentrated filaments and are used in equipments
are
1500G48/6

several "companion listings" of spotlight and floodlight lamps having the same dimensions but differing in life design. Floodlight lamps

are used where burning hours are long, such as in building floodlighting and show window lighting. Spotlight lamps are used for stige applications where burning hours are short and higher light output ls needed-Particularly in the blue and green Portions of the visible spectrum.
FLOODLIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation
Lamp Ordering

std. Volts
Burning Po:ition

Oty.

Pks.
60

Approx,
Class

Filanent

Hours
Lilc

Lumen:

Light Cntr. Lgth.
3 3

Max, Ovrl.
Lgth. E3 J rill

ooR3o/FLlRS 25oG/FL
1

40OG/FL 5ooG/FL

1M/G4oFL 1so0G48/6

1000 1500

100 250 400 500

R-30

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

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

srd.

Anv
Base

std. std. std.
5rd.

Down
To

60 60
24 24 6

std.

Horizontal

c c c c c c

c-17 c-5 800 3750 c-s 800 6700 c-5 800 9000 c-5 800 19000 c-s 800 30000
1000

5% 5%
B

4% s% 5%

e%

SPOTLIGHT LAMPS
Lamp

Abbrcvirtion

Ordering

Volts

Burning

Std. Position Pks. otv.

Apptor. Class Filcment Hours Lumcns
Lile

Lisht Cntr. Lgth.

Mcx, Ovrl.
Lgth.

1oocl6+/99SC 1oo G-16% 1OOGl6+l29DC'loo G-16% 1oo 1ooA91 /SP '.l0o A-21 A-21 100A21 /1SP 125 T-10 195T10P 150/150G30/32 150 G-30 150 s0 P-25 1soP25 /10 950 G-30 25oG/SP 4oo G-30 4ooc/sP 500 G-40 sooc/sP 500T20/64 s00 T-90 1MIG4OSP4% 1000 G-40 lMlGAOSPs% looo G-40 1M/G4oPSP looo G-40 1500T9416 500 T-24 2MlG48l17 9000 G-48 9M/T30/1 2000 T-30
1 1

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

Med. Med. Med. Pf. 3C Mos. Med. Med. Med. Mog. Med. Pf. Mog. Mog. Mos. Pl. Mos. Bip. Mog. Bip. Mos. Bip.

Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

Std. Std.
Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.

I Base I 60 C I Down To I 60 C Horizontal 12o C 12O C Base Up Base Down 94 C Base Down 60 C 60 C Base Up@ 60 C I Base Downl60CC-5 24 C To r Horizontal ) 94 C f Base Do*n \ 94 C rTo Horizontall 94 C t 24 C 12 C Base Up BaseDown 6 C 6 C Base Up
Spotlight Light lF hard glass button,

CC-13
CC-1 3

C-5 C-5 C-138

900 900 900 200

1 1

''1600
1

600

350 350

34+ 1 Aa
3 o zt6 J ln "3E3/ J /1 < L J 16

1%3 1%3

F3
C-5 C-5

:':
200 900 900 900 500 200 200 900 200 200 900

,.u:o
00 4100 8000 1 0200 9500
91

C-5

C-l3

C-5 C-5 C-5 C-13D C-13
C-1 3D

29500
29500

22500
33500 59000 48000

34% 3 sil 3s% 4% t+ o 3 a3./ 4% 7+ s%8
?15 0l

6t4 10

se%

61/1 10

O Not rccommended

lor burning betwcen horirontal rnd ba:e

up, O

56

LAMPS

",.,:l:itm:

!il

tffi
-fi

Fffi

e-

ut

Xs

100G16+/29DC
1

150/150G30/32
t5T1 0P

400c/sP

25oG/SP

00G16 +l2esc

1ooA21/sP .""'
1

00491

/1 SP..,,,' .,..:

l.

i|lfifjrrr,

soot2ot64
1

M/G40SP5r+ 1M/G4oPSP

Lamps

with round

bulbs

and C5 filament construction can be operated satisfactorily over a wide range of burning positions such as from base

down to- horizontal. The C13-D filament is limited in
burning position such as base

may touch and short out. Lamps with tubular bulbs are usually limited in burning
position base down or base uP so that the hot gas can - a maximum distance rise above the filament before striking the bulb. Otherwise

up to 3Oo, otherwise the coils

the glass may soften
bulge.

and

1MT2415
15OOT2416

2MlI3011

2MlG48l17

57

G-E MERCT]RY LAMPS

#-

&.

':Qee

d -?

H250J5

H250-A5

i

H40o-E1

v

H400-J1
H400-E1T

Mercury lamps are highly versatile sources of radiagt en_ergy- They are. efficient g"r";;;;; visible light lbr general lighting applications for factories,-for str6et lighting and outdoor floodlighting. They ate also common sources of ultraviolet energy used for sunlamps and for black light and photochemical effects. Mercury lamps require correctly designed ballasts for their bperition;-all lamps with the same suffix number in-the lamp order abbreviation are interchangeable and wltt operate from the same ballast design.

;i

la-fs upf.u.r ^r ^-;;*ttift ligtrtj? r"i at1t9.tt $a ilffi:fit color appearance of colored obj-ects, and for tlat
reason aie often combined with filament lamps for

The characteristic

blu_e-green_

light frorn mercury

interior illumination.

In the newer forms some colot correction is incorporated in the lamp by the ;:se of fluorescent phosphors within the bulb. Coior of - light is ihereby made comparable in color rendition to an equal wattage mixture of filament and regular
mercury.

For use only with auxiliary eq!ipment designed to produce proper electrical values, Lamp wattage is apptoximatc, For lotal, add cuxiliarv watts. Unle:s otherwise noted, ratings apply to operate in a-c citcuits'

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

Vatts

Bulb

Base

Description See Footnote No.

Light Std. Rated Approx. Cenler Pgk. Average lnitial Life Lumens (104) Length Oty.
12 12 12 24 94 12 12 19 19

Overall
Length
Jl6 EI J 16

Max.

Hl00-SP4 H100-FL4 Hl OO-A4 H100-L4 H100-M4 H100-BL4 H950-A9 H95O-A5 H95O-J5 H400-El H4OO.AI H400-Bl H4OO-El T H4OO-J1 H400-Rl H400-RC1 H1000-A1 5 Hl 000-C1 5 Hl000-A12 H1000-Cl 2 H3000-A9
t 58

100 PAR-38 Admed. Skt. *Black Lisht rtoz, er)t 100 PAR-38 Admed. Skt. *Black Llght toz. erri Amed. *General & Black Lisht r ioz. ozl { 00 T-1 0 StreetLts' (1o7) . 100 PS-95 Mos. General (107)... 100 PS-25 Mog. 100 T-16 Admed. *Black Lightrqt, s4) . . . Med. *General lnterior Ltg. (84) . . . . 950 T-9 950 BT-?8 Mos. *Gen.,St. & Black Light teo, tozi]. Gen. St., '57.86. to7 ' Col. lmp' 250 BT-28 Mog. Gen. St.& Black Lts.,t7.86, 107'; 4OO BT-37 Mog. Mog' *Gen. & St. Lighting (s7' e0, es) 400 T'16 Mog. *Gen. & St. Lightins 'e0' e4' . 400 T-16 Mog' *Gen. & St. Liehtins '86, 107'i ' 400 T-90 Gen. & 5t. Lightins (86,57, 107)5 400 BT-37 Mos. Mog. Reflector High Bay I'F.1st' totl 400 R-59 Mog. Hish Bay 57, r07,i 4OO R-52 Gen. St. & lndustrial Ltg. ;2. 0+' 1000 8T-56 Mog. Gen. Lts. Color Improved (57), (84) 1000 9T-56 Mog. General '57t.. 1000 8T-56 Mos. General Color lmproved 07) .. 1000 8T-56 Mog. 3000 T-911 S. C. Term. *High Bay lndustrial Lts. (sot .
.

2000 2000 4000 4000 1 000

1

.

4000

3300

.

3+ s

.

.

.

.

.

6
19 12 10

.

.

.

.

6 6 6 6
6 6

2000 4M-sM 4M-5M 6000 4M-6M 4M-6M 4M-5M 6000 6000 6000 6000

6800 11000 20000 1s000 '1 s000 19000 1 8500 16000 19000 59000

3.ik 3+ 5B 58 5B% 11% 1 7% 13 732 13 711 11% 7 9B;.i era 9%
15

s% 7% 5% 5%

11% 11%

.

.

6
1

::::

o:o::

.

srrzt-ro,V t iqooo

e%

1s+ ls iu1s+
55

+

Use separate lilter,

$ Color improved.

*

Speqial glass bulb

-

heal-resistant.

H1000-c15 H1000"c12

H1000-415 H1000-419

,i

I

d;*
&"f g'

':$

H400-Rl
(57) Mav not

H400-RCl

g.ive satisfactorv performance if anv accessory equipment is attaehed to, or touches the glass bulb, shosld be shielded against moisture fallinE on the bulb. (84) Life under specilied test condilions with lamps turned off and restarted no oltener than once every 5 burning hours. (85) lnitial luncns after'l 0O hours operation. Life under specilied test conditions with lampi turned off and restarted no oftener than once eve.y 5 burning hours. (86) Horizontal burning approved with or without magnet; ro operated, published life ratings.pply but watts and Iumens are rsduced. (87) Burning position within 1 0" of vcrtical base up. (90) ln itial lumens alter I 00 ho urs operation, Rated average lif e under spec ilied tcst con ditions; with 5 burn in g ho urs per start. 4000 hours; with 1 0 burn ing hours per start,6000 hours. (91 ) Opaque coating on reflecting section of bulb, (99) \fhen H100-44 lamps are operated on direct currcnt a polarity tevetsing switch should be installed to avoid the possibility of electrolysis in the lamps. (94) Burning position must be within 1 O' of vertical base down. teO) !1!9{_a1119eJile unde,r^snecilied test conditions with 5 burning hours per start 5,OOO hours; with 10 burning hours per start,6,000 houre; with 144 burning hours per start, 1 0,000 hours, lnitial lumens apply at end of 1 O0 hours opeiation. (98) Horizontal burning approved with magrtet holding arc approximately centered; so operated, published life ratings apply but watts and lumens are reduced.

(104) Approrimate initial lumans after 1 O0 hours operation. (107) Approximate lile under specified test conditions with 5 or more burning hours per

start.

H3000-A9 59

G.E MERCT]RY BLACK LIGHT LAMPS

Hl o0-sP4

H100-44

ffi
H100-FL4 H100-BL4

ffi

"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. effective visible light emitted by the source must be absorbed by a filter' In the H1o0-8L4, 25o{2lf6o, and in the

F4oT12IBLB the lamp bulb itself is the filter

of dark purple glass which absorbs nearly all the visible light and transmits
made
a

high percentage of black light' The other lamps require separate filters for most ap' plications.
Reflectors are desirable with all lamps (except the Hloo-SP4 and Hloo-FL4 which have built-in reflectors) to direct

To be

the energy effectively.

BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation

Ordering

LamP

sld.
!(/atts
Pke.

Approx,
Hours

Qtv.

Lile

Lumens Cnk, Ovrl.
Lsth. (l

Lisht Lgth.

Max.

Hloo-sP4*@@ 100 Hl oo-FL4*@@ 1oo Hl0o-A4*@ 100 H100-BL4*@ 100
*
Special glass bulb

PAR-38
PAR-38 T-10 T-16

Admed. Skt. Admcd. Skt. Admed. Admed.

12 12 12 19

1000 1000 1000 1000

E1 J 16

3+ 33oo 21
J 16

E,5Z

sb

-

heahresistant.

60

T-

C-E FLT]ORESCET{T AT{D FILAMEI{T

BLACI( LICHT LAMPS
.:..y"

\.k

t615L

fY tf,
:
,!Xi ll! ;:SJ

lt
zIBL

{

rrirCFu

F5000
F3RP1

FeT6/BL

._-"*,.*15ffiu

- -ifiiiisutts

rrort rleus

The fluorescent black light lamps

are

much more efficient than the mercury types,

but reqnire more space. The 25OA2ll60

is an incandescent lamp for intermittent burning in a regular socket. It is used where small concentrations of energy
are sufficient. The F5OOO, F2T6/BL and
F3RP12/BL are specialized lamps primarily for instrument lighting on aircraft.
250421160

FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation
Lamp Orde ring Nominal Lamp Length,
lnches

Vatts

Standard Package

Quantily

F2T6i

BLat

2
3

T-6

9)s
2
rL,,

F3RPl 2/BLO

RP.I2
T-5 T-5 T-5 T-8 T-8

D. C. lndexing D. C. lndexins

F4Ts/BL
F6T5/BL

4 6

FsTs/BL Fl 5T8/BL
F3oT8/BL F4OT12lBL F40T1e/BL/rSG)

I

6 9
12 18 36 48 48 48
2
ro,t

15 30 40

T-12

2/BLB(t F5000o
F40T1

40 40 4

I-12 I-12
RP.12

Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Min. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

120 120
24

24 94
94 24 24 24 24
19C

Med..Bip.

D. C. lndexins

O Designed for use on 24-98v D,C. circuih. O Desisned for use on 1 9-l 6v D.C. circuits, O For instant start seryicc. Vill not operate on pre-heat ballast circuits, it; lntesral lilter. ,d Life under specified conditions with lamps turned off and restarted no oltener than once every 5 burning hours. (D Opaque coating on reflecting section of bulb.

FILAMENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
Abbreviation

Ordering Watts

Lamp

Bulb

std.
Base

Description

Qtv.

Pkg. Class

Filament

Approx. Light Max.

Hours Cnh, Ovrl. Life Lgth. Lgth.

250421

160 250 A-21 Med. 115-125

Purple X

120

C

c-9

50 3% 4ii

(Continued an nert page)

TRAI{SFORMERS FOR C-E MERCT]RY LAMPS

TYPICAL ENCLOSED
TRANSFORMER

The table below shows the various types of transformers and reactors for the operation of mercury lamps. It will be noted that lamps having the same last numeral in the ordering designation can be operated from the same tyFe of transformer. More complete technical information on mercury lamps, as well as transformer dimensions and wiring diagrams is available in G. E. Lamp Department Bulletin LS-103.

CORE

AND COIL

3 KW

TRANSFORMER

TRANSFORMER

Lamp

\Watts

Type of Transformer
-J'ype

Voltage

Circuit

APProx' APProx' Line Current rwl;-r. Line \/atts (in amperes ) "'""'' il'ii:: Power Factor Loss Start- OoerNet ing ating
90
50 50 50 35

Cat. No.

c-E

A4 BL4
SP4

FL4

Stabilized Output Transformer Core & Coil Enc. Single Larnp Moisture-Proof Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp
Enc. Tulamp

100- I 30
1 1 1 1
1

18/ro5
r8l1O5
18/1O5

18/1O5 18/1O5

90
95 50

20 20 20 20 60
35

A5

AI
B1
E1 J1

R1

RCl

Core & Coil Enc, Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc, Single Lamp Pendant Mounted Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Core & Coil Reactor Moisture-proof Single Lamp Core & Coil Enc. Single Lamp $/eatherproof Single Lamp Weatherproof Single Lamp Enclosed Tulamp Enclosed Tularnp Enclosed Tulamp Enclosed Tulamp Encl. Single Lamp Reactot Enc. Single Lamp Reactor Enc. Tulamp Reactor Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp Enc. Single Lamp

tt8 / ro5 t18 / to5
1 1

18/1O5 18/1O5

50 90

30 30

.75 3.1 3.r 3.r 2 2.7 5 7.t 7.a 3.7

236 277
48o
230-

/2 to

t18/7Ot
/265
23o /265 23o / 265

/254 /440

/ ro5 tt8 / to5 tt8 / roJ
L18 r
1

r18 / ro5

18/1o5

18/1O5

236 277 46a

/2ro
/254

/48o
/277

90 90 90 90 90 90303 6020t 6020t 90 60 60 50 90 95 95603 90 90602
90
90

55 55 J5 55 55 4a 50 50 60 65 75 80 50 70 100 105 105
r65 r55
t40,

}I-12
H1000-

22o /24o /265

415

Cl5

460 460 22o /236 /277
1

90
90

18/1o5

90
90 90

22O

xrooo- {
I

ar

44o/460/48o

/230 /240

545/575/600.

90

t.42 r5.6 2 7 2 a 2 9 t t4 4.t 36 16 5 22 5.2 2.2 27 4.5 27.5 7.2 2.2 27.5 3.r 1.8 27.5 3.1 1.6 1.O 27.5 26 4., 7.2 t5 2 3.2 14 I 3.2 4.5 37 7.2 ta 12 7 24 t2 7 11 39 9 4.5 4t 5.2 6 7.3 39 3.65 39 2.6 3.1 39 4t 2 9.1 5.3 43.5 4.5 2.5 32 48 2 4.5 8.5 5 50 16.5 10 56 28 15 r35 14 7.5 110 105 11 6

89G80

89Gr40

89Gt42
89Gr46
89G182 89G54 89G190 89G191 89G192

4G700r
4G7002 4G7 003 4G7004 4G7022

4G704t
4G7042 4G7043 89G118 89G160

89Gr62
89G29o 89G298

89Gr4
89G15 89G18 89G36 89G276
89G27 t

89G272
89G27 3 89G27 4

89G23L 89G208

89G2028

62

C-E OZOIYE LAMP

t'
l11

w

fF* w

J'; t'ii

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 uniqu.e ability to destroy many objectionable odors. The G-E Ozone Lamp will kill the odors in a small room, banish smells in a sholt time after cooking, prevent mustiness, and
eliminate stale after-odors of tobacco smoke.

above eye level. They can also be operated inside enclosed air circulating devices. In either application one ozone lamp should be used for each 1OO0 cubic feet of space
served,

lamp

oz4s11

A ballast must be used with the ozone G-E Catalog No. 89G4r8 is avail- operation able for on LIO-t25 volt 6O-cycle
cuffent. A standard 40-watt filament lamp
as

Ozone lamps are generally operated in shielded fixtu.res mounted on tha wail just

may also be used

a ballast.

Lamp

Ordering Abbreviation

Desciption

Std. Pkg. Qty.

Approx.
Hours

Mar.
Ovrl.
Lgth.

Life

oz4s11
O Approrimctc lile

s-l

1

lnter.

Clear

12o

4000G)

e%

under rpecilied tert conditions with continuous burninE.

C-E

SU]VLAMPS

of vitamin D for prevention'and cure of rickets in infants and are also used for irradiating animals and poultry.

su-nblrning and tanning. They provide the equivalenl

Sunlamps provide ultraviolet, effective in producing

':
F-r@

:;rl$
l:il!tli

t*i--"; rk::--*"{;
e. .; \;;'o
R5

&! ,^s'& # .lss#ff ,e|r '',.i;;eii'q

^ **
s-1

Both 4oo.watt S-1 and 275-watt RS lamps provide sufficient radiant heat along with the ultiaviolet to permit their comfortable use in rooms where the air temperature might otherwise be too cool for adequate exposure of the body. The S- 1 sunlamp is made available for replacement purposes in the special oPerating equipment it requires. The RS sunlamp operates on standard LIO-I2i volts, 5O-or 60-cycle alternating current and therefore is the most popular type sunlamp. It can be used in any Iampholdei but special floor stands or clamp-on type holders are generally more flexible and more convenient.

Volts RS

Description

Std, Pkg" Qtv.
F.

Approx. Houn Lile

M!x.
Ovrl,
Lsth.

s-1

975 400

R-40

PS-r9
lamps.

Med. Mog.

1

10-1

95

Reflcctor-|.

6
6

lnsidc Frosted

1000e
500

7 u 1-6

O

Lile undcr specilicd conditions with

G-E HEAT LAMPS A]VI) T{DTISTR IAL IIIFR ARED LAMP

S

950R40/1 0

1M/T40/3

195G30 250G30 375G30
500G30/1

GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS Infrared lamps have many uses in the home, in industrial anid commerciai applications and on the farm for heating, drying atid for brooding of poultry and animals. They also have wide usage as a source of penetrating heat to help relieve muscular aches and painsf the discomfbrt of neuritis, sinus pains, and arthritis. The R-40 type lamps have a built-in reflector which efficientiy directs the radiant heat to objects or target areai. G-3o and T-40 lamps require 25oFt4o/L0 lamp seputale -made reflectors. The popular of heat-resistant glass with a built-in red is filter. The heat-resistant glass provides Protection

against breakage by splashing water' The built'in red filter.reduces_the brightness of the lamp.- The 25}R4O/I is a low cost general purpose lamp.

INDUSTRIAL INFRARED LAM'S In industry, infrared lamps are used for quick
heating of a great variety of products. Advantageous features of these lamps include rapid heat transfet,

efficient operation, simple oven construction, low oven first cost, adaptability to conveyorized production, cleanliness and low maintenance. The line of infrared lamps comPrises several wattages in each bulb size; this interchangeability permits a range of temperatures in an oven.

Lamp

Ordcring Abbreviation

Dercription

OtY.

Pkg, Clcss

srd.

Fihnent

Light Cntr. Leth.
5 5 5

Max, Ovrl,
Lgth.

'r95G30 250G30
375G30 500G30/1 1 95R40 95oR40/1
250R40/1 0

250R40/4 375R40
375R40/1

1MlT4013

195 950 375 500 125 250 950 250 375 375 I 000

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

Med. Skt.
Med. Skt. Med. Skt.

115-125 115-195
1 1

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

115-125 115-125 1'15-125 115-125
1 1 1 1

5-125

T-40

115-125 115-125

5-125 5-125

Heat Red Bowle@

Lieht l. F.€)o Light l. F.O Light l. F.O

eo eo co Light l. F.@
e@

e

Triangular Fil.@
sockets,

60 C 60 C 60 C 60 C 24 c e4 c 94 c 24 c 24 c 24 c OAC
@
Special glass

C.1A

C-74 C-7,\ c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9 c-9

C.]A

t%
112

21
rcsistcnt.

7% 7% 7% 6% 6% 7% 1% 7% 7%

O

Average Laboratory Life in cxcers ol 5000 hourc.

@ Burn qnly in porcelain

bulb-heat

64

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C-E CERMICIDAL LAMPS
\:.
1l I I ti i ti

I
il

1i

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G8T5

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G4T4l1 rffiil

lwq
ltu

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G15T8

G30T8

&:,
effective in destroying molds and bacteria. They have wide application in hospital nurseries, contagious wards and surgeries, as well as in schools, offices, theatres and other places where air sanita-

.;ffi p
Lamp

Germicidal lamps provide 2i37"A ulraviolet,

Abbreviation

Ordering \(/atts

Bulb

Base

Std. Approx. Pkg. Hours Qty. Lite

Mrx.
Ovrl,
Lgth.

product protection for foods, pharmaceuticals and beverages. On farms they offer an important supplement to the usual sanitation methbds praclited by poultrymen, dairymen, and stock raisers. Reference: General Electic Lamp Division Bulletins LD-L L, LD-14,

tion is needed. They also provide

G4T411

4
8

T-4 T-5 T-8 T-8

*

Oval
Small

G8T5

Gl5T8
G3OT8

15 30

Min. Bip. Med. Bip. Med. Bip.

4-Pin 94

24 94 24

5OOOC

5oooo
75OOO 75OOO

53

12 18

36

Q Life under specilied test conditions with lamps turned off and restarted nq oftener

{

than once every three burning hours, Bent tube con5truction

@ Life under specified test conditions with lamps turned off and restarted no oftener than once every 8 burning hours.

C-E LAMPS FOR HOSPITALS A]VD
MEDIC AL /T[S TRT] MEI{TS
Microscope lamps, in compact spotlights, are used to illuminate
specimens on the microscope stage.

f&!&r!i{ SF.i&i' lEitw' 2O0P25126
1
1

The 2OOP25 f Z6lamp, is an insidefrosted daylight bulb. Some X-ray illuminators use daylight fluorescent
lamps.

The 1 551 I / 14 lamp has a concentrated filameot and clear bulb. The elongated filaments and small bulb diameter of the 25T6V2 lamps are designed to light the dials of scales of weighing equipment. The bayo.net base will not vibrate loose.

OoTs+/9

00T8 +/8
f,i:ii

\!p *{?

f!.
9sT6+DC

150/150
G3O/32

qit
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1 114
LamP

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L.L'

25T6+DCIt
Description

1so/4oo Std. Pkg. Qtv.
24
24
Class Filament
Approx. Lile

Orderins Abbreviation
1

Hours

Lumens

Light Cntr. Lsth.
oi
3
3

Max, Ovrl.
Lsth.

00T8+/8

I o0T8+/9
2OOP95126

100 100 200
25 95 15

T-8t4
T-8% P-25

25T6+DC

zsl6+DCllF
15s11 114
1

T-6ri
s-1
1

T-6!.i

1so /1soc3o
so

/32 1s0
1

G-30
PS-35

/4oo
9

50-

250400

Pf. Std. Med. Std. Med. 115-125 D.C.Bay. Std. D.C.Bay. Std. Cand. Std. 3C. Mog. Std. 3C. Mog. Std.
Med.

Micro. @ Micro. @
Scale Scale

X-Ray @

Headlamp Spot@

60 60 60 120 60
94

C C C
B B B

cc-13 50 cc-13 s0 100 c-7 A c-8 1000 c-B 1000 c-s 900
2c-7

1

1

850 850 244

s%
4% s% 2%

51'

240

sk

145

1 t.6

Hospital Hospilal

C C

c-s,c-9

A

200 900

3%
7

9?.;

id

Burn base down, For use in cquipment specially desiEned to maintain bulb and base temperaturer within sale limih, Burn base down to horizonlal.

PAGE INDEX OT LAffiPS

BY WAf f AGE

Does not include Sreet Lighting, Train Lighting, Ger' micidal, Ozone, Sun, Mercury or tslack Light Lamps.
Lamp
La.mp

Watts

Bulb

Order Abbrev. 3s615

Lamp

Lamp Classification

On Page 52

Listed

Vatts

Bulb

Order Abbrev.

Classification

On

Listed
Page

3 5
6

s-6

Indicator Low Voltage
Sign

L5 A-15 15
A-L7

s-t4
3-6

5s14 5s14
6S6 6S6

4a

36-37
4a
52

Low Voltage

r5415 L5At5ICL r5At5 /CL I5A
15A

General Decorative

))-)7
44

Aviation Low Voltage
Sign

34-35

Indicator
Indicator
Sign

6S6/R

Decorative

34-35 <t 36-37

t5At7 IAO
15Ar7 lB

High Voltage

48 49

36-37

6S6/$r 6S6/DC
65617

LiArT IFT

rtAti

6

S-14

63r4 63t4ltF

I5A17lRO
15A17/R

lG r5Ar7 lV

63L4lCO 6514lCR

63t4lCV

6St4lCB 6St4lCG

15A17/\/

t5 r5
Indicator
52 50

r5[r7 lY
1589+
5FC

B-9+
F-10

LsBgilw
1

Decorative

34-35

6514lC\/
6314lCY 7c7

15FC/FT

6
7

T-4+ c-7

6T4+lr 7c7lB 7c7lG

15FC/V 15FC/$r
1

Night Light

15FN/$r 'FN

7c7lo 7c7lR 7c7lw
7+s
7
7 7 7 7

T'
I5
Sign

G-16+ r5G16+C
15G16+C/'r$r
S-11

7+ - s-11

36-37

+slco
+S/CB

r5s1 1/13 15s11/14 r5s11/1O2

Headlamp

Refrigerator
Switchboard Appliance Home ((
aa

65 50 52 50

+s/cc
+s/cR
+S/CSr

15 t5
Refrigerator Indicator Indicator
Sign

T-6
T-7

t5T6
15T7DC

15T7DC/IF

10

c-7

10c7

locT
IOCTDC

Pilot

<7

I)T7C

50 52

15T7N

aa

aa

rocT 10c7Dc

15

T-8

15T8C

Decorative

15T8C/\r
15T8/N
15

34-35

10
10

s-6 s-11

1os6/1o 1os6/13 10s11N

<)

1os11N/cB

36-37

1os11N/CFT

20 A-17 25 A-r7 A-r9

2OAL7
2

34-3t
Rough Service
51

5A 17lRS

1os11N/cG
1os11N/CR
1os1 1/79

1os11N/co 1os11N/cw 1os11N/cY
Indicator
Clear Sign

254 25AlcL 25AlCL 254

General Aviation High Voltage Low Voltage

22-23
44 49 48

254 254

52

10

s-14

25AlR
1

2)AlD 25Alv
25AlAO 25Al\xl 25AlB 25AIFT 25AlG 25AlV

10s14 1 Os 14lIF 1os14/D

30-3

36-37

28 Daylight 49 High Voltage 22-23 General Sign & Decorative J6-37 aa aa
aa

1os14/cB 1os14/cG 1os 14lcR 1os14/cY
1

'(
aa aa
aa

1os14/co
os

25Alo

1os14/cFT

14lc

25AlR-2

1os14/cv

1os14/cR2 1os14/NA 1os14/NB 1os14/NG 1os14/NR
10A 17

25AlY 2tAlNA
Natural Colored
aa (t .( a(

25AlR.

a(

aa

38

2rA|NB
2 2

Natural Colored Rough Service

Yellow

24 38
aa

2tA|NG
25A|NR
5AlRS
51
aa

Sign

37

25AlCL/vS

5A|VS

Vibration
aa

66

PAGE INDEX
Vatts )< Bulb
Order Abbrev,
Lamp Lamp Classification

OI LAIIIPS BV WArIAGE
Page

On

Listed

Vatts

Order

Lamp Abbrer.

Lamp Classilication

On 39

Listed
Page

F-1t

25F
25F IFT

Decorative

34-35

40

T-8
T-

25Elv

L4olST L4ol]y/ L4olR 4oT1o/IF 4oT1o/AF 40T10P
5OA/RS

Lumiline
Tubular & Showcase

25F ltxt

)( G-16+
25

25Gt6+C

40

10 40Tro

54

2tGt6+CIrx/ 25Gr8+lv
25G25
2 5G 18

G-18+ 25Gt8+lFT
+/'$r
50

4oTlo/RFL
5oA19/RS 50Atg /3 50A 5oA/CL

Aviation
Rough Service

41

A-19

5l
19

25

G-25

25G25lv

25G25lFT Tubular & Showcase )4 ((
at

504

High Voltage
General Clear
Oven Oven

2tG25lw

T-6+
?q

25T6+ 25T6+lrF

25T6iDC

25T6+DClrF

Scale Illuminator
..
aa

65 50

T.8
T-8/2
T- 10

25T8DC 25T8DC/rF
2

Home Appliance

5oAr9l37 5oA19l38 50419 5oA19l35

5OA19/3 I 5oA/RS

30-3 |
50

High Voltage Mj,""
Rough Service

49
50
55

5T8lN

5oAt9l5

25 25

25TqY2IF

Showcase

t4
50 50

5oA/VS 5oA/CLIVS

Vibration

5t
11 48 24 48

Aviation Low Voltage
General

25TtO 25Tto17o 25TrOlAF

Tubular & Showcase t+

A-21
GA-25
PS-2

5042r
5OGA

25TrolIF
o/IF

2

5T1O/RFL

50\
501

30
301

T-8

L30
L3

Lumiline

39

56
501

5 A-2r 5

50l5oP25l28
56A21
50/1 5oM

Marine
Street

Railway

4I
29

L3o/S7

1oo
1

looJ

7ol A-2r

5ol

I

PS-2

Three-Lite

lo/1 oo

Three-Lite
Street Railway
41

to/t5oM/W
100 R-40
150.1

50l r5o

)6 A-19 36A|RYH 36 A-2t 36A|RY 40 A- 15 40At5lt
40At5l22

501

5o/15oR/\/
6oA/D 60AlCL
6oA/SB 60A
General
))_)2

Refrigerator
Oven General Clear Sign & Decorative
t(
aa

50

60

A-t9

2A

40 40

A-t9
A-21

404

40AlCL 40AlO 4oAlB 4oAlFT 40AlG

22-23
30-3 I

36-37
6o

6oAlSr 60AlY

26-27

30-3

1

60AlY

Yellow
Decorative

25 34 24

A-2r

60A21lAO

40Alv
4oAlR

aa

(.

40AlP.2

60A2tlFT

60A2tlB

34-35

60A2tlc
60A2rlY Yellow
Natural Colored
24
38

40AlY

40AlY

4oAlNA 4oAlNG 4oAlNR
40AlTS
40F15

4oAlNB

60421lRO 6oA21lR 60A2LlY 60A2 1/NA 60A21/NG 6oA21lNR 60A21lTS
6042 1/NB

Natural Colored

38

40A2rP

Traffic Signal Aviation
Decorative

4t
44

40 40 40 4a

F-15

4oEr5lW
G-25

34-35

60A2r

Traffic Signal Lumiline

High Voltage

4t
49
39

60

T-8

L6o

4oG/FT 4oGlV 4oGlW
4oT6t/2 /2

T-6% T-8

Refrigerator
aa

50

4078 4oT8/AF 4oT8/rF L40 L4olrF L4olEM

Tubular & Showcase t4
a3

L6olIF L6olMB L6olEM L6o/O L6olSPK L6olST L60lW

Lumiline

>4

60

T-1O
A-21.

60Ttol64

Showcase

t4
1T

39

67
7

67Aztl4o
754 7 sAlcL
7

L4olMB

Traffic Signal Aviation
General

44

L4olO

5

A-21

))-)^
30-3
51
1

L4olSPK

542 1/RS

Rough Service

PAGE I}IDEX OF LAI{IPS
!7atts Bulb
Order Abbrev.
Lamp Lamp Classification

BY WAIIAGE
Order Abbrev, 15O/RS
Lamp Lamp
Classifrcation

On Page

Listed

$tratts Bulb

On

Listed
Page

75

PAR-38 7'PAR/FL 7 5PAR/SP 75R3o/SP
7 5R3

Proiector
Reflector
Showcase

)z-)) 32-33
)4

15o PS-25
150 R-4O

15o/vs
15OR/SP 15OR/FL

Rough Service

Vibration

51

75 R-3o 75 T-1o 1OO A-21

o/FL

75Trol45
1OOA21/61Y

15oR/\/

1004

Yellow
General

24

22*23

looA/CL
1OoA2 1/TS

looA/$/
1

Traffic Signal Aviation
General Silver Bowl Silver BowI

4t
t<

30-3r

15oR/B 15oR/BS/ 15oR/G 15OR/PK 15oR/R

Reflector Spot Reflector Flood General Reflector Color

32-33
?q

40

44
26 26
55

15oR/Y

looA/1SBIF

ooA/ l SB

15O 15O
2OO

T-8 15oT8/2SC Projection G-3o r5olr5oG3ab2 Sporlight

53

56-57
65

100 A-23

1OOA

looA/D
1004

Mine
General
Oven

P-25

2OOP25126

X-Ray

28
50

looA/SB

tooA23l20 rooA23l28
l OOr{

26-27
49
48
51

looA/RS looA/RS

Low Voltage Rough Service

Vibration High Voltage

tl

2oo PAR-46 200 PS-30

2OOPAR/3SP

Projector
General

32-33

200

2ooltE
2ool$(/B

22-23
28

looA/AO looA/B
loOA/FT

High Voltage Decorative
:,,:,

49

34-35

2oolD 2oolsBIF 2oolsBlFi I 2oaPs'o124
2ooPS3al23
1

26-27 Rough Service
General High Voltage

2oo PS-3o

looA/G

looA/RO looA/R

looA/V

2ooPS3o/
2AO

2

))_)2

'L

looA/Y

20alIF 200 56-57
24
2001
5OOr

49
55 20

Mine Three-Lite Blacklight Spotlight Floodlight
General

1oo

G-16+

1ooG16+/29SC Spotlight

rcoGrc+l29DC
lOOGA
1

3oof PS-4o 2oo/too

100 GA-30 100 A-2t 100
1Oo T"8+
100 100 100I

General

250 A-2t
25O

25042t160
2

60-6r
56-57
))_)7

1OoA2 1/1SP

ooA2 1 /SP

Spotlight

56-57

G-3o

PAR-38 1ooPAR38/FL Floodlight

25oGlFL 250G30rL
250G30

5OG/SP

1ooT8;/8
1ooT8 +/9

Microscope
Microscope

65

25O PAR.5625OPAR 25O R-4o 25OR4Olt

P-25

tooltooP25l29 Marine
1oo/3o0

48

25oR4ol4
25OF.4OltO

Infrared Aviation Infrared
General

64 44 64

300
Three-Lite
Street Railway 29
3

PS-30
PS-3
5

2ooi G-3o
300
j

3ooM/IF
3ooMS/IF
3OOMS/SBIF
3OOMS

300M

a)_)7

30-3r

00

101 A-23 tot{23 111 A-2r 111A21/TS 125 G-30 t25G30 125 R-40 t25R40

4t
4L

26-27
30-3
a1_)7
1

300 300
3

l;?f,."r""t
t"t::'"0
Spotlight Projector Spot Projector Flood Projector Spot Mine Inside Frost
Clear
Street Railway General

44 64

3oo/IF
3OOMS

High Voltage ((
aa aa

49 28
32

3oo/\(B 56-t7
32-33

oo/IF

aa

General

r25 T-10 t25TroP
150
PAR-38 l5oPAR/SP 15oPAR/FL
15 15

3oo PAR-56 3oo PS-35
3oo R-4o

OPAR/3FL

oPAR/3SP

3ooPAR56/SP Projector General 3oo/SBIF 3oo/sBIF/1 Reflector Spot 3ooR/SP Reflector Flood 3oOR/FL (3 30oR/FL/1
LS

26-27
32-33 32-33

150

PAR-46 A-23
P-25
PS.2
5

1 1

50PAR46/i

50PAR46

55

3oolRS 3ooR/SP/i
3ooR/3SP 300R/3FL
37 5G30 37 37 5R40 'P.l0lt

Rough Service

Reflector

32-33
64

5t

150 150 1 50

1

504 L5oA/CL
L5oP25 / r5

))-)/
30-3L

4t
-,

37 37

150
1

)-)

5 G-30 5 R-4O

Infrared

7

t5alcL

5ol$rB

2a

30-3r
26-27
24

15O/DCL

15o/D 1 5 o/sB
1

399 PAR-'6 399PAR 4oo G-3o 4ooG/SP
looclFL
5oO

Aviation Spotlight Floodlight Infrared

44
t(J-) /

5oPS2

t/Y

G-3o 5O0G3O/1

68

PAGE INDEX OT TANPS BY WAIIAGE
Watts
Bulb

Order Abbrev.

LamP

La

Classification

mp

On

Listed
Page

Nominal

\i/atts

Lamp

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

P"ge

500 G-40 500
PS-40

500G/FL
5ooG/SP 500

Floodlight Spotlight
General

56

56-57

GENERAL LINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
1

26-27

T-5

F4'T5
114T5

5oo/IF 5oo/D 5oo/sBIF 5oolRS

4
,1

T-5
T-5

F4Tslcry/

/W

15

/CWX

5 oosBlF/ 5oo/\(/B

1

Rough Service Aviation

5l
44 49

6 6 6
8 8
8

T-5

T-t
T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5 T-5

F6T5/C\/
F8T5/D

F6T5lD F6T5/W

5ooPs4o /45 500

F8T5/

High Voltage
Reflector

5oo/IF

8

T-5 T-5

F8T5/C\(/ F8T5/W\(/
F
F

500 500

R-40 R-52

5ooR/3SP sooR/3FL 500R52

32-33

r3 r3

13T5l\)/ 13T5lC$/
17

500 T-20

l4
General

5ooT2al5o
5OOT20l64
5OOT20

22-23
56-57
44

r4

T-12

sooT2oP/AB Aviation
5ooT20 / t3

Spotlight

r4
r4

t4 t4 t4 t4

T-t2
T-t2 T-r2
T-12

Ft4TrzlD

Ft4T12lW Fr4T12lCUt F14712/\/$tr
F14T12lSN/

/24

620

PS-40

62oPS40/P

T-t2 T-r2 T-t2 T.I2 T-t2 T-t2
T-8
T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

Fr4T12IC\XIX F14T12I$/IWX

62oPS4o/lP I
General

74

750 PS-52 750
7
7

750
7

5o/sBIF 50lrF

5olIF

30-3r
))_)7

High Voltage
Reflector Std, V. High Voltage

26-27
49

t4 t4 t4 t4
r5
15 15 15

T-12 T.12

Fr4Tt2l\V lt Fr4T]"2lB Fr4T12lG Ft4T12lGO
F14T12lR F15Ts/D

Fr4Tt2lPK

750 R-52
7

F15T8/V

750R52
7 5OT 1219
7

49

32-3j
56-57
53
))_)1

F15T8/C$/

50 50

l5
IS

Fl5T8/!/\/
15T8/S$r F15T8/B F15T8/G F15T8/GO
F

T-12

5oTt2l34
50T24

Spotlight Projection
General

15 15 15 15 L5 15

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

F15T8/CS/X F15T8/N/$/X

7

T-24

7

900 T-20

F15T8/PK
F15T8/R

900T20

Proiection Marine Spotlight Floodlight
General

53

rooo G-25
1000 G-4a

rM/G25
1M/G4oSP4+
I

4a

1M/G4oPSP 1M/G4oFL

M/G4oSPt+

56-t7

15 15 15

T-12

T-r2 T-t2 T-r2 T-t2 T-r2
T-12

r5

T-t2

T-12

F15T12/$tr

FtsT12lD

t1

F15T12/C\/
F

1000

PS-52

1000

looo/sBIF
000 rMlPS52l41+
1

I

ooo/IF

30-3 |
)')

t5

15 15

F15Tr2/C\WX I 5T 12l$r/$/X F15T12/S
F r5T 12lG Fr 5T12lGO

F15T12/$/\r

High Voltage
Special

26-27
49

-) \

15 15

F15Tr2/B Fl5T12/R

r5
15 15

30-3r
44
)

T-t2 T-t2 T-t2
T.L2

F15T12lPK

1000 T-20

1M/T2oBP

Aviation
General

rooo rooo

T-24 T-40

tMlT24

)-)

z

20 20
2A

T-t2 T-r2
T-12

E2oT12lW
F2 F2

F2oTt2lD

lil{lT40l3
t5ooc48l6
500

Infrared Floodlight
General

64
56 30-,3
7

1500 G-48
1

5oo PS-52 15OjPS52l46
1 1

20 20 20 20 20 20 20
2A

T-t2

OT12lc\i/

5oo/IF

1500

High Voltage

22-23
49 56-57

T-t2 T-12 T-r2 T-t2 T-12 T-r2
T-t2

F2oT12lC\rX
F2oT12l\Jtr$7x
F2OT 12lSrJ/

oT12lSfl$/

F2oTr2lG F2oTr2lGO
F2oT12lPK F2oT12lR F25Tt2lry{
F2
F2

F2OT12lB

20

15Oo

T-24

1500T2416

t<
25
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t<

2ooo G-48 2MlG48l17 2ooo T-30 z}[lT3olt

Spotlight

56-57

?<

T-tz T-r2 T-t2 T-t2 T-r2 T-t2

F25Tt2lD

F25T12lCW

F25T12lS/$/X

5T I 2/C\rX

5T12lN/\/

PAGE INDEX OT LAIIIPS BY WAIIAGE
Nominal
Lamp ri/atts Bulb

Abbreviation

Ordering

Lamp

Nominal
Page

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Lamp

Bulb

Abbreviation

Ordering

LamP

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

30 30 40 40

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

F3oT8/D F3oT8/w'

r6

40 4a 40 40 85 85
t7.5-32.5
17.5-32.5

T-10 T-10 T-10 T-10

FC16T1o/CW/RS

FC16T1o/V/RS

2t

FC16T1o/CS/X/RS

FC16T1o/VVx/RS

F3oT8/$r\r
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F3oT8ic$r

F3oT8/CSrX

RF FTUORESCENT LAMPS T-10 T-10

F3oT8/S/$/X

F85T1o/B\r
F85T1o/I\(i

L9

SLIMLINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS
L7.t-32.5 r7.5-32.5
17.5-32.5 17.5-32.5
38 38 38

T-r2

40
40

40
40 40

T-t2 T-tz T-tz T-t2
T.L2

18

F4oT12lIJi/

F4oT12lCW

T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T-6 T.L2

F42T6lW F42T6lCW

2L

F42T6lVlW F42T6lCW){
F42T6lSW

F42T61WWX E48T12lCW

F4oTrzlWW
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F4oT12lF-

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40 40
40

T-t2
T-12 T-12

F4oT12lV\)rX F4oTt2lGO E4oTL2lPK
2

T-t2 T-tz
T-12 T-L2

E48Tt2lW

40 40

T-tz T-t2

T-L2

38 38
38

T-12

F48T12lS/!$(r'

F48T12lc$rX

F48T12|S7VX

F48Tt2lD

RAPID START FLUORESCENT IAMPS
40 40

T-12
T-12

40 40 40 40 40 40

T-t2
T-rz T-t2 T-tz
T.L2

F4oT12lWlLT
F4oT12lCSr/RS F4oT12|$/1W/RS F4oT12ID/RS

25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48 25.5-48
24.5-48.5

5.5-4a

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

F64T6lW F64T6lCW F64T6lWW
E64T6lSW

F64T6lCWX

F64T6l\r$/x
F72T8l\/

T-12

F4oT12ICVX/RS F4oT12l\W$rXlRS F4oT12l$r/RS F96T12|C$//RS
F10OT12/CN//RS

24.5-48.5 24.5-48.5
24.5-48.5
55

24.5-48.t

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40 40 40 40 40
40

T-t2
T-12

INSTANT START FLUORESCENT LAhIPS

5t
18

55

40
40 40

T-r2 T-t2 T-t2 T-r2
T-12
T.L7 T-17 T-L7 T-17 T-17

T-12

F4oT12lDlts F4oT12l\//rS

5t

55

T-t2 T-t2 T-rz T-t2
T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8 T-8

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32-65

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32-65

F96T8lD

32-65 32-65 32-65 /4
74

F96T8/CN(/

F96T8/$r
F96T8/CrJ/X

40 40
40 90

F96T8/$r!7X F96Tt2lW
F96TL2lD

F4oT17l$r\r/rS
F4oT

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T-t2
T-12

90 90 90 90 90
90 100 100

T-t7 T-t7 T-t7
T-17 T-17 T-L7 T-17

E9oTt7 lD

/4

F9oT17/C$rX F9oT17/Sw'
F

F9oT17/\r F9oT17/CV

74 74 74

T-rz T-t2 T-rz
T-5 T-5
T-5

T-12

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F96T12lSr\$rx

F9oT17/V\r F9oT17/$rs/x
F1ooT17/CSr
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FLUORESCENT BLACK LIGHT LAMPS
4 6
8

T-t7 T-t7
T-9 T-9
T-9 T-9

F8T5/BL

F4TslBL F6TslBL
F15T8/BL F3oT8/BL F4oT12lBL
F5000

61

CIRCTINE FLUORESCENT LAMPS

15

))
22

30

T-8 T-8

FC8T9/C\rr

))
22 32 32 32 32 32

FC8T9/Sr!/

2l

FC8T9/CNrX

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FC12T1o/C$r

40 40

T-t2

T-t2

F4oTt2lBLlrs

T-1o T-1o
T- 10

RP-t 2 T-6

T-1o T-1o

FC12T1o/$/V

F2T6lBL
F4OT12IBLB

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FC12T1o/V$/X

T-r2

70

HOW

fO ORDIR IANPS
without any other specifications, except that the correct voltage must be specified.-T66Eviiiloil ge include the series lamps listed in lumens and amperes, fluorescent lamps, and the lamp numbers for General Electric Sunlamps and General Electric Mercury
Orders for lamps not specifically listed herein will require the complete specifications, as to size Volts or Amps, Bulb, Base, Finish and Service.

Purchasers are urged to order in standard packages to expedite service and to assure best discount. Quantity desired of each type of lamp should be specified.
Lamps should be ordered by the Lamp Ordering

Lamps.

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

Vol,?gg limits shown as 1 1 5-125 indicate that the lamps are intended for use on circuits with voltages normally - ... within falling these limits and are designed at"^vokage suitable for such use. . Standard Voltage, as referred to herein, includes LL5-, I2o- and 125-volts. High Voltage includes 230and
2 5 o-volts.

LAMP AND LIGHTING PUBLICATIONS

. To assis! in proper applic.ation of General Electric Lamps, the following ApplicationEngineering publications are available fromsalesDistrict offices*: LD-l
LD.2
LS-135
LS-1 19

LS-155 LS-166 LS.108 LS-101 LS-102
LS-12 1 LS- 1 48

LD-17
LS-103

LD,11
LD-1,4

LS-128
LS1

68

LS-160 LS-L52

LD.4
LD-2O LD-1O LS.1O6A
LS- 1 69

LS-t29
LS-161

LS.L62
LS.T32 LS-171 LS-123-R

Lamp Bulletin (filament, mercury, fluorescent and other discharge) Fundamentals of Light and Lighting Lamps and the Spectrum (A section of LD-l) Levels of Illumination Lighting Maintenance Relamping - Group Lighting Maintenance Cleaning Visual Comfort Index Fluorescent Lamps and Auxiliary Equipments Fluorescent Lamps, Engineering Data on Lamps and Auxiliary Equipments (A section of LD-1) Fluorescent Lamps and Radio Interference Fluorescent Lighting in the Home Circline Fluorescent Lamps Mercury Lamps and Ballasts (A section of LD- 1) Germicidal Air Sanitation Ultraviolet Product Sanitation G-E trndustrial Infrared Lamps, Data and Application Lightio.g for Plant Growth Ozone Lamp Applications Reflector and Projector Lamps Planned Lighting For Industry protection Industrial Lighting Outdoors for Production - for Lighting for Sports and Recreation Analysis of Street Lighting Costs as Affected by Lamp Replacement Practice Office Lighting Manual Package of Lighting Ideas for Your School Lighting for Stores Built-in Lighting and Planned Environments New Patterns for Lighting You Have lighting Outdoors for Family Living Ideas For Outdoor Christmas Lighting

General Electric Large Lamp Sales and Service District Offiices
(To Obtain Sales and Technical lnlormation)

SALES DISTRICTS

(To Order Lamps and to Obtain Shipping InformationLocal Warehor.ise Stocks maintained al theee Poinls)

SERVIGE DISTRICTS

CITY

AIBANY, N. Y..

ATLANTA, GA..

.

:

BALTIMORE, MD.
BOSTON- MASS. (Neuiton Upper falls, Mass.) BUFTAL,O, N. Y. CHARLOTTE, N" C.

8 Elk Street I87 Sprins St., N. W. Court Square Bldg. .
50 Indusirial Place 438 Delaware Ave 514 Johnston Bldg.
.

.

cr{IcAGO, rI.L.

.

CTNCINNATI, OHIO CLEVETAND, OHIO DAT.T,AS, TEXAS DE!{VER, COLO.

231 So. Lasalle St. . 36 E. Fourth St. . 1320 Williamson Bldq. 6500 Cedar Springs Rd
1863 Wazee St. . 14OO Book Tower

.

DETIIOIT. MICI{.

HOUS',TON, TEXAS

8O7C&ILiIeBlds.
1I 15 Circle Tower 2OO East 16th Ave. . 345O Wilshire Blvd. I 179 Morehead St. 5032 Plankinton Bldq. 5OO Stinson Blvd, '144 Btoad St., Room 6O6 185 Church St.
. . .

INDIA}.'APOLIS, IND. N. KAN,sAS CrrY, MO. I.OS AI\IGELES, GAI,IT. MEMPHIS, TENN., MILWAUKEE, WIS. MINNEAPOI.IS, MINN. NEWTIRK, N, l. NEW HAVEN, GONN,
NEW ORLEANS, LA. NEU/ YORK, N. Y.

(Zone) (Zone) BuIIalo Serv. Dist, 98 Hvdraulic St., Bu{Ialo 1o, N. Y. '1 3-4447 * AMh'rst 5756.?-8-9 68O Murphy Ave , S W. . 3 CYpress 1526 29 ARbutus 3491 2 MUlberry 5-??33 I4Ol Parker Rd. 64 DEcalur 2-6200 .64 DEcatur 2-6200 50 Industrial Place 1o MOhawk OSOO 98 Hydrauiic St. .2 GArfield ?38i I EDison 2-2141 .2 EDison 4-8614 634 South Cedar St. 32 Clilfside 4-6161 .4 DBatbon2-4'1l2. 42OI So. Pulaski Fd. 2 GArlield 68lO .2 DUnbar 2460. 49 Centrai Ave. 1O Llbedy 1-170O .14 CHerry I-1OIO 1 133 E. t52nd St. . i9 Elnhurst 3725 .19 El,mhurst 3?25 65OO Cedar Springs Rd 2 MAin 3-6141 1863 Wazee St. MAin 3-6141 16 WOodward 2-965O .26 WOodward 3-6910 1448 Wabash Ave. 3 CEntral 889I 1014 Naqle St.. .2 PBesion 4291 . .4 MElrose 2-2536 Cincinnati Serv, Dist, 49 Central Ave., Cincinnati 2, Ohio 16 NOrclay 3568 .16 NOrclay 3568 2OO East t6th Ave. 21 TUcker 2463 .5 DUnkirk 5-1681 1855 Industrial St. 7 38-1441' 1179 Morehead St. 38-1441

48OO River Rd. 5?O Lexington Ave.

.2 .10 .21

BBoadway 1-8580 Chicago Serv. Disl.,42OI So. Pulaski Hd., Chicago 32, Ill. 13 GRanville ?286 5OO Stinson Blvd GRanville ?286 3 Blqelow 3-45OO 133 Boyd St. MArkei 3-3953 Boslon Serv. Dist., 5O Industrial Place LOcust 2-9828 (Newton Upper Falls 64, Mass.) 2I CEdar 6421 480O River Rd. CEdar 6421 N. Y. Sew., Dist,75-11 Woodhaven Blvd., Glendale 27, N. Y Plaza 5-6300

OAKLAND, CALID. PHILADELPHIA, PA. PITTSBURGH, PA. PORTLANI', ORE., RICHMOND, VA. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. SEATTI,E, WASH. sT. LOUIS, MO. TAMPA, FI.A.
.

.

8-3405 l11FourthAve. Portiand Sew. Dist., 28OO N W Nela Sl., Portland lO, Ore. 1 CHestnut S92O ?lO No. Twellth Blvd . | 4-4174 815 North 26th St. . 5O5 Twisqs St. resident In addition to the Sales District Headquarlers cities listed above, q-:E Laqp galesmen a-re Consult yourlelephdre directory under General Electric Company Lamp l)ivision i"-?S
.

999 - 98th Ave. t4OS Locust St. 238 W. Carson St. 2800 N. W. Nela St. Southern Slates Bldq. 111 Fourth Ave. 2O2 Hoge Bldg. 710 No. Twellth Blvd.
. .

LOckhaveng-3422 999Ktrnssley 5-3336

.19 GRani l-9O5O .to BEacon 2101 .19 3-2893 8-34OS .4 SEneca 83OO . CHestnut Bg2O .l .2 2-O1 15

.

32nd & Walnut Sls 238 W. Carson St. 28OO N. W- Nela St. P. O. Box 742'1, Ballimore 27, Md.

98thAve.

3 4 19 l0

LOckhaven9-3422 EVerq'n 6-9600
GRant I-9O50 BEacon 21Ol

"ih"r-.1ti"".

General Ollices: Nela Park, Cleveiand 12, Ohio

LARGE LAMP DEPARTMENT

GENERAT
[,itho. in U. S. A.

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