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Push Through Socket - Phenolic - Medium Base

660 Max. Watt - 1/8 IPS

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Ideal for replacing a broken socket or for creating a new light fixture, this PLT phenolic socket is a simple solution for you next project. The PLT 40-3885-99 is designed with a metal lined 2.75-inch base, made for heavy-duty use with durable construction and exceptional heat resistance.

  • Operates up to a maximum of 660 Watts and 250 Volts
  • Medium-based socket with 1/8 IPS threading
  • Features an on/off push through switch
  • Includes a shade ring and screw set

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SKU: PLT-11336

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Ideal for replacing a broken socket or for creating a new light fixture, this PLT phenolic socket is a simple solution for you next project. The PLT 40-3885-99 is designed with a metal lined 2.75-inch base, made for heavy-duty use with durable construction and exceptional heat resistance.

  • Operates up to a maximum of 660 Watts and 250 Volts
  • Medium-based socket with 1/8 IPS threading
  • Features an on/off push through switch
  • Includes a shade ring and screw set

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Brand PLT
MPN (Part No.) 40-3885-99
UPC 816150023475
Case Quantity 10
Color Black
Maximum Wattage 660 Watt
Socket Type Medium (E26)
Maximum Voltage 250 Volt
Diameter 1.02 in.
Safety Rating N/A

Description

Ideal for replacing a broken socket or for creating a new light fixture, this PLT phenolic socket is a simple solution for you next project. The PLT 40-3885-99 is designed with a metal lined 2.75-inch base, made for heavy-duty use with durable construction and exceptional heat resistance.

  • Operates up to a maximum of 660 Watts and 250 Volts
  • Medium-based socket with 1/8 IPS threading
  • Features an on/off push through switch
  • Includes a shade ring and screw set

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