Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 1060 Aircraft Lighting

LAMPS GE LIGHTING LAMPS aviall.com North America and AOG 1.800.AVIALL.1 International Sales 1.800.AVIALL.3 or +1 972.586.1985 1060 Introduction GE sealed beam and miniature lamps are designed for those applications requiring specific size, long life, and a competitive cost. These lamps are available with a wide variety of filament constructions, bases and wire terminal leads. Most are designed for operation on low-voltage power sources such as battery-generator systems, dry cell or storage batteries, or transformers. Manufacturers and designers of equipment requiring lamps should select lamps of established design whenever possible for maximum economy as well as ease of replacement through regular trade channels. Abbreviations A Amperes ANSI American National Standards Institute Bay. Bayonet C.I.M. Construction & Industrial Machinery C.P. Candlepower Cand. Candelabra D.C. Double Contact ECE European Common Market (European Motor Vehicle Standards) Flg. Flanged LCL Light center length Min. Miniature MOL Maximum overall length MSCP Mean spherical candlepower Nom. Minimal PAR Parabolic aluminized reflector Pf. Prefocus SAE Society of Automotive Engineers (US Motor Vehicle Standards) Sc. Screw S.C. Single contact Spec. Special Tel. Telephone Term. Terminals V Volts W Watts DE Double ended PR Prefocus base (E.G., "flashlight lamp") H Halogen Q Quartz halogen K Krypton gas SE Single ended PC Printed circuit application W, T, R, C, P European designation GE Miniature Lamp Prefixes AF All frost (on outside) AS10 Ages and selected (for candlepower) B Blue C1 Refers to a range of current on telephone lamps (A1, B1, D1, E1, etc. used also) CW Cool white (aircraft lighting) D Lead wires down E Extended lead wires E-1 Different lead wire material (NI plated) ESB E=AMP range, SB=Short base G Green HD Heavy duty HO High output K Unique base KR Krypton fill MB Miniature bayonet NA Natural amber (automotive lighting) PSB Pilot indicator/short base R Red SB Silver bowl (all or some portion of bulb is silver) TY Letters after a quartz halogen lamp mean a deviation from the standard lamp - usually refers to the electrical terminals U Lead wires up or no base, e.g., unbased sealed beam lamp WW Warm white (aircraft lighting) X Indicates some arbitrary deviation from the normal product XL, LL Long life -1 Slip on terminals -2 Represents various deviations -4 Represents various deviations W European designation (watts) GE Miniature Lamp Suffixes

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