LH0543 - E26/E27 med base socket w/ tapped hole "L" bracket mntng & screw terminals
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||E26 medium base
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||Bracket with threaded hole|
||660w - 250v
||UL (E5833), CSA listed (LR-1863), NOM (057)
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Shunted refers to the internal shorting of the two contacts within the lampholder for use with "instant start" ballasts.
Unshunted lampholders have both contacts independent of each other. They are used for all but "instant start" ballasts but can be externally shunted for this use.
KEMA-KEUR quality mark demonstrates that your products and production location are under regular surveillance by DEKRA. Rather than just performing a one-time test, we continuously monitor conformity. KEMA-KEUR is recognized throughout Europe, while providing unrestricted access to many other markets worldwide.
Mellert products are subjected to stringent quality controls, test and ISO-certification.
FCC mark is a certification mark employed on electronic products manufactured or sold in the United States which certifies that the electromagnetic interference from the device is under limits approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
Is a lampholder that is rated high enough to handle the pulses sent from the ballast during start up. Examples are 4kv, 5kv and 6kv.
Are notches or grooves in the bottom of a lampholder meant for ther wires to be passed under, this aides in a lampholder with wire leads being flush mounted.
Are devices meant for the sole purpose of attaching wires to an existing lampholder. They are contacts that have an attached screw, the wire ends are wrapped around the screw underneath its head, then screw screw is tightened thus attaching the wire to the lampholder.
Are screws held in place typically with a nut or washer. They are set so that you must have the lamp out of the lampholder when mounting and the lampholder is mounted using a screwdriver from the inside of the lampholder
Is a mounting style for lampholders. Typically this mounting style would not come with a screw and you may have the lamp in the lampholder when mounting. You screw the screws in from the back of the lampholder, where the wires normally exit.
Open holes or slots meant for wires that are stripped to be directly inserted. Once inserted they can only be removed with a special tool meant for this.
Is a mounting style that places the back of the lampholder against the mounting surface. Typically the unit would be screwed in place.
Rear Split Pins
2 pins ot tabs on each side of the lampholder, typically with the end of the pin larger in diameter than the neck of the pin. This is meant to snap/push into holes predrilled on the mounting surface.
Base Split Pins
2 pins ot tabs on the botoom of the lampholder, typically with the end of the pin larger in diameter than the neck of the pin. This is meant to snap/push into holes predrilled on the mounting surface.
Blades and or prongs used to connect to a wiring device.
This is the measurment from the top of the base to the center of the pins when the lamp is inserted into the lampholder. This measurement is the most important when replacing a lampholder to a different unit. Lampholders with the same lamp axis are able to be used for the same lamp even if the lampholders are visually different.