bi pin fluorescent socket G13

bi pin fluorescent socket G13

bi pin fluorescent socket G13 for Medium Lamps 660W Low Profile Slide-On Turn-Type Disconnect Standard Fluorescent sockets, Quick-Connect, White

Model # 13353-N
Type of Bulb    LED/fluorescent
HS code: 9405920000
Item Weight    0.8 ounces
Color    White
non shunted t8 sockets Features: For use with T-8 or T-12 Lamps, Rated at 660W 600V
Low Profile Body
Molded, white thermosetting urea
Quickwire pressure terminals accept stranded No. 18 gauge, twisted and overtinned, or No. 18 solid or solder-dipped leads stripped 3/8".


Unplated contacts are standard.
Multiple terminal slots permit double connections at each contact.

G13 non shunted t8 sockets End fixing lamp holders
Thickness 9.5mm
Snap in pins with/without spring
PC body,Phosphor bronze contacts,stainless spring
Pkg.500pcs/500pcs/250pcs
Rated temperature: T130/Tm110
For wall thickness: 0.6-1.1 mm
Push wire terminals 2 holes: 0.5-1 mm2

bi pin fluorescent socket dimension

bi pin fluorescent socket description:
The JAMES 13353N are fluorescent sockets in white color. JAMES is a smart choice for today's commercial, residential and industrial buildings. It offers a wide range of devices for different applications. The JAMES bi pin fluorescent socket turntype fluorescent sockets a medium bipin base, it can be slideon mounted. This fluorescent sockets are made of durable, flameresistant thermoplastic. This construction ensures durability. Its power rating is 660 Watts and voltage rating is 600 Volts. The bi pin socket includes captive nut screws. Buy this JAMES 13353N G13 lamp holder and enjoy years of reliable use.

JAMES' fluorescent ceiling lamp holder offers safe and efficient lighting of closets, garages, utility rooms, basements, attics and other indoor closed spaces.
Four-position lamp-lock socket rotates 90° for easy bulb changes
Lamp-lock model have slim, low profile silhouette that fits 22 gauge to 25 gauge panels
Chemical-resistant white thermoplastic body

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