15 Watt - T7 - 130 Volt - Candelabra Base - Tubular Light Bulb - Satco S3905 Picture Light
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Satco S3905 - 15 Watt - T7

Clear - Candelabra Base - 2,500 Life Hours - 95 Lumens - 130 Volt

 
This candelabra base T7 tubular light bulb is made for use in signs, emergency lights, and other specialty applications. The Satco S3905 bulb is equipped with a heavy-duty 130 volt filament, allowing it to last longer when operated at 120 volts. It has a candelabra (E12) base, and it uses 15 watts to operate.

Specifications

Stock Code:  IN-0015T7
Part No.:  S3905
Wattage:  15 Watt
Bulb Color:  Clear
Bulb Type:  Incandescent
Length:  2.25 in.
Life Hours:  2,500
Case Quantity:  10
 
 
Brand:  Satco
UPC:  045923039058
Voltage:  130
Bulb Shape:  T7
Base Type:  Candelabra (E12)
Diameter:  0.875 in.
Lumens (Initial):  95
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This bulb is perfect for specific uses. I needed a 15 watt bulb for my Himalayan salt lamp and this bulb has exceeded my expectations. It is a perfect size physically and gives off just the right amount of heat for my lamp. I was excited to find this bulb at 1000bulbs.com. at a reasonable price because I have had a difficult time finding just the right bulb. October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This lamp improves my sales of night lights. I own a store that sells mineral specimens and Grateful Dead memorabilia. I carry a lot of carved mineral and stone night lights and have been using the 12W Christmas tree lights but these new 15W bulbs really make them pop. I also carry the Himalayan Salt Lamps and the 12W bulb does not heat the salt enough for it to give off the negatively charged Ions. With the 15W bulbs there is an odor, much like what you smell after a lightning strike, that permeates the entire room it's in. Plus it is a beautiful lamp. My sales have improved noticeably since replacing the 12W bulbs in the lamps too. The service was fast and the cost was the best we could find. My business partner is very good at mining the internet for materials and products. I would recommend this supplier to anyone looking for a similar product. Paul June 30, 2011
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