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Leviton 13357U - T8 or T12 - Turn-Type Lampholder - Standard Profile

Medium Bi-Pin Socket - Non-Shunted - For Programmed Start Ballasts

 

This Leviton 13357U T8 or T12 standard profile turn-type lampholder is for use with fluorescent lamps having a medium bi-pin base. This non-shunted socket can only be used with programmed start ballasts and is rated for a maximum of 660 watts and 600 volts. It accommodates an 18-gauge mounting plate for easy installation and is CSA certified and UL listed.

Specifications

Stock Code:  SOCK-L13357U
Part No.:  13357U
Maximum Wattage:  660 Watt
Width:  1.25 in.
Socket Type:  G13
Weight:  0.05 lb.
UL Listed:  Yes
 
 
Brand:  Leviton
UPC:  098197044082
Maximum Voltage:  600 Volt
Height:  2.0625 in.
Lampholder(s):  Non-shunted
CSA Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  10
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4' Florescent Tube Electrical Sockets Work in Old Fixtures I reworked two 4' florescent tube fixtures in my garage with LED tubes due to cool weather starting problems. An old damaged light fixture was easily rewired to operate the LED tubes. One of the tube socket insulators was broken so 4 replacement sockets were ordered to replace the existing fixture sockets. The new sockets are "insert bulb straight in totally", then "rotate only" the bulb to the electrical connections, VS the old "rotating the bulb" while trying to get the bulb to go around to the socket electrical connections. This "straight in" is a much easier way of inserting the tubes, especially when they are 4' long! The new sockets needed to be modified slightly by removing some surface plastic to fit through the old metal fixture electrical socket slots. The LED tubes are brighter, start right away, and should be more reliable than the florescent tubes they have replaced. September 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Needed to replace existing T8 bulbs These are required to replace existing T8 or T12 bulbs with LED tubes. They are inexpensive and fit right in the existing fixture. No guesswork required. March 9, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by This product breaks very easily While attempting an install, I had several tombstones break on me. Would not recommend. I wound up re-installing the old tombstones. October 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works fine last long time I had to replace the flourescent light assembly in my kids bathroom. This was the second time in 15 years that I had to do this. The first time, the local home improvement store had the entire assembly available to purchase. This last time, the local home improvement store only sold the ballast and did not sell the correct lampholders. 1000 bulbs.com had the correct lampholders at a outstanding low price. June 10, 2011
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