Is G16 5 a candelabra base?
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What is the difference between a G16 and G16 5?
The “G” stands for globe – so it’s a round bulb. The 16.5 tell you how many eighths of an inch in diameter the glass part is of the bulb. So a G16. 5 lamp would be a round lamp that is 2-1/16″ in diameter (16.5 x 1/8).
What is B10 bulb?
B10 refers to bulb shape and means “blunt tip”. They can be medium base (E26) or candelabra (E12). E12 means American style candelabra base.
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What are G40 light bulbs?
G40 globe lights are 40mm in diameter, exactly the size of a ping pong ball. This mid-size patio bulb bridges the gap between small G30 bulbs and large G50 bulbs, providing the ideal amount of brightness for most patios, backyard lighting and outdoor dining areas at restaurants.
What is candelabra bulb?
The candelabra base bulb, also known as the candle or torpedo bulb because of its shape, is made for an E12 or a C7 base. With an adapter, it can fit a standard socket (the screw in base).