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Philiips 100W 240V

Philiips 100W 240V

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Interesting BC capped T-shaped lamp it still has the Phillips shield on it. Date appears to be April 2007 if Phillips uses the same date code system as in Canadian Phillips

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Manufacturer:Philips
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Lamp Type:Incandescent
Base:BY 22D
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Wattage:100W
Voltage:240V

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Sep 02, 2009 at 04:51 AM Author: Foxtronix
The By22d is a standard for more than half of the world. I think Leviton still makes the By22d socket for the North-American market.

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Sep 03, 2009 at 12:24 AM Author: Silverliner
No, only certain countries use the bayonet base. UK, France, India, Australia, Hong Kong, and some others are examples. Many screw base countries use the bayonet base for certain applications such as traffic lights.

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Feb 28, 2012 at 06:37 AM Author: Al_M
We had these exact same bulbs here (Indonesian Philips Soft Tones) until around 3 years ago when the incandescent ban came in. I'm not sure why they're called By22D in other countries; here the BC bayonet cap has always been known as B22D, B=bayonet 22=22mm wide & D=double contact. B'y' is normally reserved for where one pin is a different height to the other such as dual-filament car bulbs or sea navigation lamps where the bulb can be used only around one way. I know SOX lamps are called By22D even though they fit in a normal BC lampholder, always been a mystery to me that one.

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Aug 11, 2015 at 03:29 AM Author: Flurofan96
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Apr 16, 2018 at 09:06 AM Author:

I know SOX lamps are called By22D even though they fit in a normal BC lampholder, always been a mystery to me that one.

From what I understand, the 'Y' in the designation of the caps of SOX and other LPS lamps refers to the raised section in between the two contacts on the base, which is there to try to prevent arcing between the contacts if it is in a damp fitting; there is upwards of 450-500V on an open circuit lampholder if a leak transformer is used.
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Apr 22, 2018 at 02:09 AM Author: joseph_125
Hmm thanks for the interesting insight, I'm not that familiar with lamp and socket nomenclature outside North America.
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