|Australian Innovative Systems||C17||Australia|
|Dincel Construction System Pty Ltd||B07||Australia|
|TZ Tischlerzentrum Austria GesmbH||F16||Austria|
|Palmex International Inc.||D18||Canada|
|Foshan Electrical and Lighting Co., Ltd||A10||China|
|Fujian Water Power Fire Control Complete Equipment Co., Ltd||T46||China|
|Guangdong Jingben Electrical Industrial Co., Ltd||A14||China|
|Guangzhou Bestsafe Lock Technology Co., Ltd.||T30||China|
|Qingdao Maoyuan Parking Equipment Manufacture Co., Ltd.||B07||China|
|Shandong Dingliang Fire Technology Co., Ltd||K27||China|
|Shanghai Damuite Exhibition Service Co., Ltd||K32||China|
|Shanghai Pengchen Fire-Fighting Equipment Co., Ltd||K31||China|
|Shanghai Tongtai Fire & Security Technology Co., Ltd.||T36||China|
|Shanghai Wananda Fire Fighting Equipment Co., Ltd.||T36||China|
|Taizhou Hongan Firefighting Equipment Co., Ltd||K29||China|
|Yingkou Taicheng Technology Development Co., Ltd||T52||China|
|GJD Manufacturing Limited||L05||England|
|ERICH Dieckmann Gmbh||F16||Germany|
|HEWI Heinrich Wilke Gmbh||F16||Germany|
|WILKA Schliesstechnik Gmbh||F16||Germany|
|Clement Shield Group||K30||Hong Kong|
|Inno-Fame Limited||D14||Hong Kong|
|Unibim Services Pvt. Ltd.||H03||India|
|Souma Co., Ltd||D14||Japan|
|Yokoi Mfg., Ltd||T48||Japan|
|Dongyang Pc, Inc.||B07||Korea|
|Rezontech Co., Ltd||K26||Korea|
|Shin Tech Corporation||L19||Korea|
|Anomax Corp. Ltd.||B07||Malaysia|
|Chun Hoe Trading Sdn Bhd||D05||Malaysia|
|Hunter Douglas Malaysia Sdn Bhd||F11||Malaysia|
|THI Hardware Trading Sdn Bhd||C11||Malaysia|
|Hunter Douglas Europe||F11||Nederland|
|Aaron Composite Pte Ltd||R20||Singapore|
|ADP Tech Pte Ltd||L05||Singapore|
|ADSEC Singapore Pte Ltd||K09||Singapore|
|Adtec Enterprise Pte Ltd||R22||Singapore|
|Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Association of Singapore||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Akrobat Pte Ltd||R03||Singapore|
|Allianz Media (S) Pte Ltd||D06||Singapore|
|Anacle Systems Pte Ltd||C03||Singapore|
|Arc Floor Pte Ltd||G23||Singapore|
|Asahi Security Technologies (S) Pte Ltd||J19||Singapore|
|AX Coleman Pte Ltd||L17||Singapore|
|Blimp.db Pte. Ltd.||F06||Singapore|
|Bricomp International Pte Ltd||M05||Singapore|
|Calmic Trading Company||A10||Singapore|
|Canon Singapore Pte Ltd||S32||Singapore|
|CHH Construction System Pte Ltd||J11||Singapore|
|Chun Hoe Pte Ltd||D05||Singapore|
|Current Pte Ltd||B07||Singapore|
|Datumstruct Solutions Pte Ltd||H10||Singapore|
|Delta Technology Pte Ltd||R09||Singapore|
|Denso International Asia Pte Ltd||K18||Singapore|
|Design, Construct & Build (DC&B)||F19||Singapore|
|Dou Yee Engineering Pte Ltd||S32||Singapore|
|Dyson Singapore Pte Ltd||F17||Singapore|
|Egner Building Technologies Pte Ltd||H05||Singapore|
|Elid Technology International Pte Ltd||R12||Singapore|
|Elide Fireball Singapore||Q08||Singapore|
|Elmich Pte Ltd||E05||Singapore|
|Employment and Employability Institute Pte Ltd||T38||Singapore|
|Estron Marketing Pte Ltd||E09||Singapore|
|Eversafe Extinguisher Pte Ltd||K23||Singapore|
|Exsto Asia Pte Ltd||H09||Singapore|
|Fire Armour Pte Ltd||R05||Singapore|
|Flexitek Pte Ltd||K06||Singapore|
|FLIR Systems, Inc||S32||Singapore|
|FM One Management Pte Ltd||L06||Singapore|
|Fung Yip Electrical (S) Pte Ltd||H08||Singapore|
|G.M. 2000 Impex Pte Ltd||G04||Singapore|
|Galmon (S) Pte Ltd||R04||Singapore|
|GM 2000 Pte Ltd||G11||Singapore|
|Greenology Pte Ltd||D22||Singapore|
|Greenseal Products (S) Pte Ltd||G22||Singapore|
|Hak Kian Enterprise Pte Ltd||F10||Singapore|
|Hanman International Pte Ltd||S24||Singapore|
|Hitachi Asia Ltd.||K05||Singapore|
|Hitachi Elevator Asia Pte Ltd||F05||Singapore|
|Hong Chek Company Pte Ltd||B06||Singapore|
|Huatong Cables (S) Pte Ltd||C02||Singapore|
|Hunter Douglas Singapore Pte Ltd||F11||Singapore|
|Impact Lifestyle Inc. Pte Ltd||F22||Singapore|
|Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore||K22||Singapore|
|Inter-Oriental (Thomas Lai) Asia Pacific Pte Ltd||F16||Singapore|
|International Furniture Fair Singapore||D04||Singapore|
|International Powered Access Federation||G03||Singapore|
|ISOTEC Project Logistics & Consulting Pte Ltd||G18||Singapore|
|Jestac Pte Ltd||D03||Singapore|
|Jia Ying Trading Pte Ltd||J17||Singapore|
|JVC Kenwood Singapore Pte Ltd||L15||Singapore|
|Kavelin Distribution Pte Ltd||R14||Singapore|
|K-entertainment Event Pte Ltd||A10||Singapore|
|Laticrete South East Asia Pte Ltd||G17||Singapore|
|LED Lighting Pte Ltd||A10||Singapore|
|LORIN Pte Ltd||L18||Singapore|
|Mag Lit Pte Ltd||B05||Singapore|
|Magneto Power Pte Ltd||S06||Singapore|
|Medios Associate Pte Ltd||K15||Singapore|
|Metcol Pte Ltd||J15||Singapore|
|Micro Builders Association, Singapore||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|MMF Timber Hub Pte Ltd||S18||Singapore|
|Multron Systems Pte Ltd||R18||Singapore|
|Netzach Wood Veneers Pte Ltd||G19||Singapore|
|Nexus Industries Pte Ltd||S02||Singapore|
|NS Bluescope Lysaght Singapore Pte Ltd||F07||Singapore|
|Oracle Corporation (Singapore) Pte Ltd||H04||Singapore|
|Planon Asia Pte Ltd||K33||Singapore|
|Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore||REDAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Roof & Façade||D02||Singapore|
|Roxwell Pte Ltd||J16||Singapore|
|Salto Systems Asia Pte Ltd||K09||Singapore|
|Secom (Singapore) Pte Ltd||K09||Singapore|
|SecureCom Solutions Pte Ltd||L16||Singapore|
|Security Industry Institute||Q10||Singapore|
|Security Systems Association of Singapore||J06||Singapore|
|Shred-it Singapore Pte Ltd||J07||Singapore|
|Singapore Building Materials Suppliers Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Electrical Contractors and Licensed Electrical Workers Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Electrical Trade Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Furniture Industries Council||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Glass Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Institute of Architects||SIA Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Institution of Safety Officers||K07||Singapore|
|Singapore Plumbing Society||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Singapore Sanitary Ware Importers & Exporters Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Skytech Shares (Singapore) Pte Ltd||Q12||Singapore|
|Song-Cho (Imp & Exp) Pte Ltd||S20||Singapore|
|Specialists Trade Alliance of Singapore||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|Spiraltech Pte Ltd||K04||Singapore|
|Syspex Technologies Pte Ltd||B11||Singapore|
|Termi-mesh Singapore Pte Ltd||F04||Singapore|
|The Singapore Contractors Association Ltd||C20||Singapore|
|The Singapore Lift & Escalator Contractors and Manufacturers Association||STAS Lounge||Singapore|
|TR Formliners Pte Ltd||F23||Singapore|
|Trade Link Media||D10||Singapore|
|Tradesk Pte Ltd||G05||Singapore|
|uberGARD Pte Ltd||K09||Singapore|
|Unibim Services Pte Ltd||H03||Singapore|
|Vodapruf Pte Ltd||H07||Singapore|
|Waterco International Pte Ltd||C22||Singapore|
|Wireless Marketing Pte Ltd||L15||Singapore|
|Work Safe and Health Asia||K20||Singapore|
|Workplace Safety & Health Council||D12||Singapore|
|Zoom Tech Pte Ltd||J18||Singapore|
|Day Sun Technology Ltd.||T44||Taiwan|
|Kaoten Scientific Co., Ltd||L05||Taiwan|
|Taipei Building Show||C08||Taiwan|
|Power Flare International||K19||United States of America|
|Allianz Network Vietnam||D06||Vietnam|
About the Event
The Trade Show for LED+Lighting in Singapore
LED+Light Asia 2016 is the only trade show entirely dedicated to the LED/OLED industry in Singapore. It features the latest LED and lighting technologies from industry professionals and develops new opportunities across the globe to key customers.
The Ideal Platform for Your Business in Southeast Asia
Located at the heart of Southeast Asia, Singapore is the best place to expand your overseas LED and lighting businesses towards the new emerging market of Southeast Asia – where the industry and market is growing at the fastest pace.
Final Destination of World Green Growth Technology
Attracting as a representative event of the ASEAN region in the world’s LED/OLED inudstry, LED+Light Asia will provide insights into sustaiable and energy-efficient lighting and displays.
This year, LED+Light Asia 2016 will also be held concurrently with five other established exhibitions: ArchXpo, International Facility Management Expo, Safety & Security Asia, Fire & Disaster Asia and Work Safe Asia 2016, creating a comprehensive and integrated platform for all building needs under one roof!
Today’s LED light bulbs are brighter and more efficient and more durable than ever. They dim smoothly, have very good color rendition and choice of color temperature. Best of all, pricing is coming down as quality goes up. Now, LED light bulbs are being produced in virtually every shape and base size. In this article, we’ll explain the most popular alpha-numeric designations so it will be easy for you to find just what you need to replace traditional light sources everywhere in your home and business.
If you do not see your base type or bulb shape, here is a more complete list of bases and bulb shapes.
Lamp Base Types:
E-12 candelabra base: This type of base typically is found in chandeliers, wall sconces and some bath bars. It is typically topped by a blunt tip, flame tip, or globe shaped bulb. There are also E-11 mini candelabra bases and E-14 European bases. Although all are referred to as ‘candelabra’ they are not interchangeable.
The E17 intermediate base is in between a candelabra base and a medium base. These are frequently found in commercial Exit signs. The intermediate base is sometimes used in ceiling fans and appliances. Although a lamp base adapter may be used, it’s best to make sure an appliances is suited for a LED bulb replacement. LED bulbs are not advised for use with some appliances such as microwaves and range hoods, although they are just fine in refrigerators.
E-26 or E-27 medium base. This is the most common base type used for light bulbs in the USA. It’s the standard household base which can be topped by many different shapes. When you think medium base, think of the standard lamp you would put in a table lamp or light fixture in most places around the home. Browse our LED light bulbs.
E-39 E-40 Mogul base. Except for commercial lighting applications, this base size is somewhat of a dinosaur. Sometimes made of ceramic, the mogul base incandescent bulb was used in torchiere lamps and had to be larger and sturdier to take the heat a 300W incandescent bulb produced. You may want to think of a lamp base adapter to size this down so you can use a medium base LED bulb.
There are several other types of fluorescent bases; only the two most common are shown here. Typically, a fluorescent tube has two pins, or one larger single pin in the center. Check with your electrician as he or she may be able to replace the ‘tombstones’ in your fluorescent fixtures more economically than waiting for supply on one type or the other. A ‘tombstone’ is the receptacle the bulb sits into. Our LED Fluorescent Replacements shine!
The GU-10 base is typically found in bath bars, ceiling fans and track lighting. GU-10 halogens typically operate at 120VAC. Our LED GU-10 replacements also operate at line voltage so there is no need to worry about transformers or trying to make an ant learn new tricks. This is a twist and lock type base.
The GU-5.3 is an MR-16 type lamp base. It has two pins. MR-16’s are found in track lighting heads, bath bars, some ceiling fans. Our LED replacement MR16 lamps operate at low voltage and work particularly well with magnetic transformers. If you have an electronic transformer, you will want to purchase just one LED MR16 to try in your fixture to make sure it will work properly.
A-shape. Not so sure why this is called A. It doesn’t look like an A unless you turn it upside down. Perhaps it’s because it’s the first type of light bulb produced. It’s more of a pear shape. It won’t be long before the next generation has no clue what we mean when we say “like a 60 watt incandescent bulb”. Soon enough, people won’t know what that is. The most common A shaped bulbs are A19’s and A15’s. The A15 is smaller and is often found in refrigerators and bath bars and can easily be used in some chandeliers. Our LED A shape bulbs are available in a medium or candelabra base.
B stands for Blunt as opposed to ‘flame tip’ bulbs of this type. These can be had withcandelabra or medium bases. You would typically choose a blunt shape in more contemporary chandeliers if the bulb itself will be seen. Its counterpart is the flame tip bulb. It has a more traditional appearance and goes well with more traditional crystal and brass chandeliers, or in the type of candle lights you would place on window sills at Christmas time.
G is an easy one. G stands for Globe shape. The G 16 1/2 is much smaller in diameter than the G-25. It is available in candelabra or medium base. The G-25 is larger. It’s the size of the globe shape bulbs you may have in a bare light bar above your vanity. The G-25 is medium base only. You have your choice of color temperatures in both variations. in stock here at TheLEDLight.com in both types.
R stands for reflector. The numerical designation indicates how wide the bulb is. LED lamps are available in sizes from R20 up to R40. You’ll find these in gimbal track rings, recessed cans, indoor and outdoor spot and flood fixtures. The R type bulb is usually not waterproof, but can be used in a fixture protected from the weather as long as it is not sealed. LEDs need room to breathe. Cooping them up inside a closed container will shorted the life of your LED bulbs. Find our LED R lamps here.
BR stands for ‘bulged reflector’. The ‘bulge’ allows the light to be distributed in a subtly different manner. It is very pleasing to the eye. You will see by comparison to the R-20 shown above, that the glass part is more curved. It’s optical, but not an optical illusion! Take a look at this 250W LED replacement BR40.
MR stands for ‘mirrored reflector’. We still call it that in the LED industry, but a LED MR-16 doesn’t require those tiny mirrored squares to put the light where you want it to be. MR16’s are found in track lighting and in all kinds of display case lighting. We now have a 50W equivalent (to a halogen) at a fraction of the wattage consumption and without all that heat.
And next, the PAR lamps. PAR stands for Parabolic Reflector. The guts are U shaped. Once again, the LED PAR bulbs don’t require that to produce the same kind of light output and performance as the traditional PAR. You’ll see either an “S” or an “L” in this bulb shape description. That stands for either short neck or long neck. What you want to consider is how deep is your fixture. Measurements are always on our site for each type, so you can easily decide which length you need.
And last but not least, you have the T shaped bulb. T stands for ‘tube’. T type bulbs are found in things like bankers lamps and podium lights. The T designation also fits fluorescent tube replacements. The number associated with it determines the bulb diameter.
So there you have it … common lamp base sizes and bulb shapes in a nutshell. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, we have a more extensive list available by PDF download. There are times when you’ll be much better served to use a lamp base adapter so you can conveniently use a brighter, better LED bulb. And of course, if you need help, we’re always here to offer assistance.