Specialty Replacement Lamps
Lamps ordered will be shipped the next day by USPS Priority Mail or UPS. Large orders may qualify for a discount and may not qualify for next day shipment. If you do not know what lamp you require or for lamps not listed below, email your request or call 336-882-2854. To order, please call 800-692-3051.
Photo & AV Lamps • Stage Studio/Theatre
Fluorescent Lamps • General Lighting
Sealed Beams • Heat Lamps
Dental Lamps • Medical Lamps
Front Projection and TV Lamps
Bargain Priced Lamps
Hard To Find Lamps
TV and Front Projection Lamps
3D Perception • 3M • Acer • A&K • Akai • Apollo • ASK • Barco • BenQ • BlueSky • Boxlight
Frequently Asked Questions
Definitions of Common Lighting Terms
Lamp Handling Tips and Problem Solutions
We are a commercial and residential resource for light bulbs from quality manufacturers including Philips Lighting, Osram, Eiko, Plusrite, Sylvania, Hikari, Higuchi, Kandolite and General Electric. We stock replacement lighting and lamps including incandescent bulbs, halogen light bulbs, PAR halogen and incandescent lamps, MR8 lamps, MR11 lamps, MR13 lamps, MR14 lamps, MR16 lamps, compact fluorescent bulbs, metal halide bulbs, high intensity discharge bulbs (H.I.D.), full spectrum light bulbs, ANSI code bulbs, projector bulbs, medical bulbs, dental bulbs, surgical bulbs, automotive bulbs, minitature lamps etc. Custom manufacturing is available.
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Facts of Light
You can screw an E27 screw base into an E26 socket.
You cannot screw an E26 screw base into an E27 socket.
You would think that the smaller would screw into the larger but it is an issue of thread count and length.
In some cases you can bend the center contact in the lamp socket out and use the E26 in the E27 socket in base down operation.
Please turn of the electricity to the socket before adjusting the tab or you might have an exciting experience.
On December 21, 1909, General
Electric first used the name Mazda on their lamps. The name was
trademarked and assigned the number 77,779 by the United States Patent
and Trademarke Office. Today, we associate the name with
automobiles, but when it was first used by GE it was chosen to
represent the best that the American Lighting industry had to offer at
the time, and it was selected due to the fact that Persian mythology
gave the name Ahura Mazda to the god of light. General Electric
dropped the Mazda trademark in 1945, and ceased licensing the name as
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