|Part Number||AU E27-B22-6P|
|Package Dimensions||13 x 5.8 x 3 cm; 96 Grams|
|Manufacturer reference||AU E27-B22-6P|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Special Features||Easy to Install|
|Item Weight||96 g|
DiCUNO E27 to B22 Adaptor Light Socket, Edison to Bayonet E27/E26 to B22 Converter Bulb Base, Max Wattage 200W, 165 Degree Heat Resistant (6-Pack)
- ★The max wattage allowance of this converter is up to 200W, perfect work for all voltages because its max voltage can reach 250V.
- ★Made of high-quality PBT, 165℃ heat limits. CE certificated. No fire hazard and totally against electric shock.
- ★Convenience to use, simply screw the socket adapt into E27/E26 type socket, then screw in B22 bulbs.
- ★Widely used. Fit for indoor and outdoor, such as, office, bedroom, drawing room and so on.
- ★Size: 49mm*31mm (L x Dia); color: as shown in the picture.
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1. Ideal for LED, halogen, filament or CFL light bulb.
2. Practical and durable,high temperature resistant, anti-burning PBT.
3. Easy to use and allows you to continue to use fluorescent light bulbs or commodement standards.
Notes: Please turn off the power before operation.
- Socket: E27 to B22
- Type: Lamp base Converter
- Voltage: AC0-250V
- Maximum lamp wattage：200w
- Size: H49.3*W30.62mm
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I bought them so I could use the bayonet based Hue bulbs I already had when I moved in to a place with Edison fittings in the existing oyster lights.
For my use they were fine.
Just keep in mind that with this adaptor installed, the hight of your bub would increase and it may not fit the way its supposed to normally and may touch the cieling of enclosed case or appear from the top of the case. (This happened in my lamps).
Still they do what they are supposed to do. Not sure if any design modifications can be made to overcome the slight hiccup mentioned above.