E27 lamp cap Edison Screw Cap for led lamp
E27 lamp cap free-soldering E27 Edison Screw Cap for led bulbs.
Type: Free-soldering E27 Edison Screw Cap
Base: E27 lamp cap
Body of Materials: Nickel Plated Brass, Iron nickel plating
Working Current: 4A
Carton Size: 48X32X30cm
Carton Gross Weight: 22 kg
Quantity per CTN: 2500 PCS
What is a E27 lamp cap Edison Screw Cap? Named after the pioneering inventor Thomas Edison, the Edison Screw or “ES” E27 lamp cap Edison Screw Cap is used worldwide in a vast range of applications.
The most popular ES or E27 lamp cap Edison Screw Cap is 27mm diameter and is widely used in both the US and Europe. The SES is often used for smaller decorative fittings, chandeliers, and appliance bulbs – predominantly in the UK and Europe. CES is most frequently used in the US and Canada, especially for candle bulbs. The MES fitting is sometimes used in large chandeliers containing perhaps dozens of small lamps.
The most commonly used screw fittings are shown in the table below. Other, less frequently used, sizes include E14 lamp cap, E27 lamp cap and B22 Bayonet Cap.
E27 lamp cap Edison Screw Cap
1. Put 5 pcs in 300℃ hi-tem box 5min, No peel off, no bubble, no break.
2.Grip the flare of cap with Ni-plating checker, No break Ni-plating about the eight holes.2017 wholesale free-soldering E27 lamp cap, E27 Edison Screw Cap.
3.Put the cap with insulator into the 110℃ hi-temp box keeping 48h, no any change to the insulator and no any change to the size of complete lamp cap.
4.Burn on cap insulator with flame, take off the flame, within the 30s any other flame should be extinguished.
5. Compare the insulator with to the buyer sample plate and standard color card, same color no diffience.2017 wholesale free-soldering E27 lamp cap, E27 Edison Screw Cap.
6. Put 5pcs sample into the 40℃, 91%~95% testing box keeping 48h, no rust on the outer surface of the cap.2017 wholesale free-soldering E27 lamp cap, E27 Edison Screw Cap.
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