Well, they sell 3-way compact fluorescent bulbs, but they're quite a bit more expensive; up to 20 dollars a bulb!...Harder to find as well, since many people (myself included) debate whether the purchase is worth it. I've made the switch w/ all but my three-way lamp. Anyway, using a one-way cf bulb will pose the same problems as using an incandescent one-way as far as electrical fire hazards. Hope that helps!
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The brightest compact fluorescent bulb is of over 100 lumens or higher outputs at higher drive currents.
Fluorescent by far.
It is about $3
Compact fluorescent light bulb
Compact fluorescent bulb contain mercury.You're supposed to take them to your local hazardous waste facility.
Compact or Cathode Fluorescent Lamp.
about 5 times as efficient.
compact fluorescent light bulbs
If you have another CFB try it in the same position as the one that is not working. It sounds like the CF bulb is defective.
Yes, if it fits the socket and the light fitting, or lamp fixture, with its cover or shade. You will not be able to dim the compact fluorescent as you did the incandescent (unless you have a really fancy dimmer).
There are many different kinds of compact fluorescent bulbs. This will make the price vary. The average cost of these bulbs are about two dollars.
in a compact flourescent about 8mg.
An Energy Star qualified compact fluorescent light bulb can save you around $30 over it's lifetime, paying for its self in about 6 months.
Perhaps you are asking about fluorescent lamp. This is an electrical device that uses a fluorescent bulb to give off light. The bulb is a recent invention designed to give energy savings in the residential area. The fluorescent bulb used to be used exclusively in industrial applications, but the new bulb is small and compact enough to be used in a home lamp.
To select the right compact fluorescent dimmable bulb, factors to consider are bulb design, light output & power consumption, color, and recycling options. It is important to use good judgement regarding these factors and how you plan to use the lamp in question.
A typical 20-watt compact fluorescent light bulb can produce about as much light as a 100-watt incandescent light bulb. There is an 80 per cent improvement in efficiency.
Only if you buy a "full spectrum" of "grow light" type of compact bulb.
They can. The base gets hot and I have had them pop holes in the tube.
An incandescent bulb gives off more heat than a fluorescent bulb.
A fluorescent light bulb contains a gas which produces UV light when it comes in contact with electricity. Contrary to a normal light bulb this does not create any heat and is far more energy efficient.
Compact fluorescent light bulbs weigh between 120 to 453 grams or 4 to 16 ounces. The light bulbs were introduced in the states in 1979 and gained popularity quickly.
Some electronic timers and photocells contain parts that are incompatible with compact fluorescent light bulbs; using these bulbs in incompatible products will result in a shorter light bulb life. To find out if an electronic timer or photocell is compatible with compact fluorescent bulbs, check with the manufacturer of the timer or photocell. See related links below from the GE website.
A compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), also called compact fluorescent light, energy-saving light, and compact fluorescent tube, is a fluorescent lamp designed to replace an incandescent lamp; some types fit into light fixtures formerly used for incandescent lamps. The lamps use a tube which is curved or folded to fit into the space of an incandescent bulb, and a compact electronic ballast in the base of the lamp.