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General Electric Clear 10 Watts 230 Volts

General Electric Clear 10 Watts 230 Volts

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General Electric Clear 10 Watts 230 Volts S6 Bulb.

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Manufacturer:General Electric
Lamp
Lamp Type:Clear
Base:Candelabra Edison Screw (E12)
Shape/Finish:S6
Electrical
Wattage:10 Watts
Voltage:230 Volts
Physical/Production
Factory Location:USA
Fabrication Date:82 (Underline at Stem Press)
Application/Use:Indicator

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May 23, 2010 at 04:00 AM Author: Medved
E12 for 230V? I doubt it meet the electrical code for 230V, at least in EU or Canada (both require sockets not connecting the shell, when it is possible to touch it, EU generally, Canada for higher then 120V)...

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May 23, 2010 at 04:12 AM Author: TudorWhiz
My guess is the voltage is like that just for longer life? I have 2 of those.....Mazda...with red paint over it...I think mine is a 6 watt....not sure on voltage...but I would think 120...

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May 23, 2010 at 04:37 AM Author: Medved
If it would be for long life, then it would bear "120V" rating even when the actual filament would correspond to 230V design...

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May 23, 2010 at 04:42 AM Author: SeanB~1
E12 on 230V is relatively common, used mostly in industrial applications.
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May 23, 2010 at 04:45 AM Author: Medved
It's true, then the "standard" code we know does not directly apply to inside of machinery, as there are other safety measures in place (e.g. requirement for at least certain qualification of anybody working inside,...)...

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Jun 28, 2010 at 11:51 AM Author: 12V
some 7w night light bulbs are e12 and can be replaced by the average person,they are 220-240v and made in both e12 and e14.
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Aug 01, 2010 at 03:35 PM Author: rjluna2
Hey I noticed there is numbers on the stem press. This one molded as 82. I updated the page...

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Apr 09, 2017 at 04:11 PM Author: rjluna2
According to James Hooker's literature page, I think this might be October 1986

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