Fluorescent Lampholders

March 8, 2007
Medium and miniature bi-pin linear fluorescent lampholders streamline fixture assembly.

The Miniature Bi-Pin Butt-On Lampholder (Cat No. 13666/23666) works with T-5 lamps with a G5 base. It facilitates butt-on mounting with horizontal rear split pins, with or without a spring adjustment. Test ports let users verify proper wiring after the fixture is assembled.

Bottom-Wire Lampholders for T-8 and T-12 lamps with a G13 base are available with slide-on or snap-in mounting. They all use bottom-load wiring and a four-position, positive stop lamp-lock. T-8 Medium Bi-Pin Lampholder (Cat No. 13280/23280) for lamps with a G13 features slide-on panel mounting with side grooves for 18-gauge panels. Straight-in lamping and Quickwire terminals accept No. 18 gauge solid leads. Lampholders are available in shunted (23280) and nonshunted (13280) versions.

Leviton Mfg.,
59-25 Little Neck Pkwy., Little Neck, NY 11362,
(800) 323-8920,

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