In the area of small halogen bulbs with a bipin base, there is probably no other
manufacturer that has more choices than Westinghouse. Of course there are
all the popular sizes but then there are a few which are only available from
this maker of halogen bulbs.
There's probably never been a lamp which has found more uses in such a short
period of time, and the trend is continuing. Many fixture manufacturers
see the small size and filament structure as a lamp that has the potential for a
great amount of control. Westinghouse bipin halogen light bulbs are really nothing more
than a very small bulb that is a halogen burner that is also used in many
configurations of bulbs including A shape or flood lights. The
small size of these bipin lamps makes it possible to use these in places that some size
considerations such as task lighting, display cases and much more. Lately,
task lighting has been the largest user of these in both a swing arm variety and
in some undercabinet lights. The bipin lamps are generally identified by their wattage, bulb
size and the pin spacing in millimeters. The pin spacing can be as little
as 4mm and as high as 9mm which has a looped bipin base. These bulbs are
often coded with numbers such as JC or JCD. The JC are typically 12 volt
and the JCD are the 120 volt version. Apart from these two voltages, there
are other less common ones as well which include some 6 volt and even 24 volt.
The wattage follows the code something like JC50, JCD50, JC35, JCD35, JCD75,
JCD100 or even JCD150 and so on.
Halogen bulbs are incandescent bulbs, just like the typical bulbs we
have been using in lamps for years and years. Halogen bulbs, however, are filled
with a special gas that actually rebuilds the filament and provides longer
average life than normal incandescent bulbs. The Sylvania or Westinghouse bipin halogen light bulbs will provide you with a high light output, a more white-colored light
(a higher color temperature - approximately 3000K), and longer life than normal
miniature lamps. That is why the halogen are many times used in energy saving
lighting situations because they are more efficient in their light production.
Sylvania generally calls their halogen line Capsylite and within that category are many
different configurations of light bulbs. The variety ranges from standard
halogen A19 shape bulbs to bipin bulbs to the full spectrum variety called Daylight Plus. There are also track
lighting bulbs, indoor floods and indoor/outdoor PAR floods. Whatever the
lighting need, there probably is a Sylvania lamp that will work correctly in
that situation. So whether you
need Westinghouse bipin halogen light bulbs, fluorescent or HID sources, we'll have the right bulb for your
need. In this case, we have the breadth of the entire offering of Westinghouse
and Sylvania halogen light bulbs.
From your local retailer to finer homes, you will most likely find a Westinghouse bipin halogen light bulbs in task and display lighting. We have
a large inventory of bipin lamps for nearly every type of light fixture in the
field. These can be a little tricky in determining exactly what you may
have if you're not totally sure. The pin spacings, the wattages and
voltages can vary so much, but don't despair! If you need help identifying a bulb, our customer
service representatives can help you determine what you have.