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Clear - 5W - 12V - Xenon Light Bulb - T3-1/4 - Rigid Loop Base - Bulbrite

Clear - 5W - 12V - Xenon Light Bulb - T3-1/4 - Rigid Loop Base - Bulbrite

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Product Overview
  • Dimmable
  • 20,000 hr life
Description
A 5-watt, 12-volt xenon rigid loop base light bulb in a clear bulb color that can be used in low voltage (12V) lighting systems, including display lights.
Specifications
Lumens
45
Wattage
5
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
100
Quantity Being Sold
1
Rated Life (hours)
20,000
Input Voltage
12V
Light Source
Xenon
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Clear
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
Rigid Loop
Light Bulb Shape
T3-1/4
Condition
New
Voltage System
Low Voltage
Brand
Bulbrite
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Question from David:

Do these come in the metal slot or is this just the bulb. How do I also get the holding piece that attaches to the strip.

Answer from Pegasus:

It's just the bulb. You need a lampholder for the appropriate light strip system. We do not carry this type of product.

Question from RICHARD MONIS:

I HAVE A UNDER COUNTER LIGHTING SYSTEM CONTROLED BY SEA GULL LIGHTING TRANSFORMER CAT # 9463 . IT SAYS ON LABEL 500WATT 23VAC WHAT ARE THE CORRECT LAMPS TO BE USED 5W , 10W , 12V ,24V AND DO ALL BULBS NEED TO BE INSTALLED FOR LAMPS TO WORK PROPERLY?

Answer from Pegasus:

Richard, you need to use 24V light bulbs. The wattage depends on your lighting needs and the total number of sockets.

Question from Ed Bauer:

I have these bulbs mounted in a light strip under a kitchen counter. It is about 15 years old. Is there any way to tell the voltage of my system, or should I just guess it is the 12 volt?

Answer from Pegasus:

Ed, It's best not to guess unless you don't have to. The light bulbs could have a shortened life if you use the incorrect voltage. I would suggest two things - 1) Check out the old bulbs. Sometimes there is an etch on the light bulb indicating the voltage or model number. 2) Check out the transformer. It might indicate on the label whether it's 12 or 24V.