Are A15 and A19 bulbs interchangeable?
If I remember rightly A15 and A19 are interchangeable as far as the lampholder (base) so, as long as it's 60 watts or less it would only depend on whether the lamp/bulb physically fits in the shade. via
Is A15 a standard bulb?
A15 are smaller in size, if I recall correctly. These bulbs are standard sized. If you are needing A15, please purchase another bulb. via
What is an A19 bulb equivalent to?
Most A19 LED lamps will have their incandescent wattage equivalence values listed. For example, a 10W A19 LED lamp may list its incandescent equivalent wattage as "60W equivalent" to explain that the brightness will be just as much as a 60W incandescent lamp. via
What base does an A15 bulb have?
Shape: A15 (1 7/8" diameter) Base: Medium (E26) or Candelabra (E12) Wattage: 15W to 60W. via
Can I put a 100W LED bulb in a 60W?
For a 60-Watt fixture, you could use a 100W, 125W, or even 150W LED equivalent because they all consume under 60-Watts! That means you could use a 150W LED equivalent bulb in a 60W socket and get more than three times the brightness of your old 60-Watt incandescent bulb. via
How do I know what light bulb I need?
What is a standard A15 bulb?
Equivalent to the output of a 60-watt incandescent, this energy-efficient standard base LED light bulb consumes 5 watts to produce a 520 lumen light output. Rated for damp locations, indoor and outdoor lights can be updated with this frosted, energy-saving, A15 LED filament light bulb. via
What is a 60-watt Type A bulb?
A standard 60-watt incandescent bulb puts out about 820 lumens. That translates to a 60-watt incandescent bulb producing 13.67 lumens per watt. One of the better CFLs on the market, the GE Reveal Bright from the Start light bulb, uses 15 watts to produce 740 lumens. That bulb has an efficiency of 49.33 lumens per watt. via
Is A19 a standard bulb?
What are A19 Bulbs? A-Shape ("Arbitrary") A19 LED light bulbs, or general service bulbs, are likely the light bulb shapes we are all most familiar with. It's standard light bulb shape is so ubiquitous that this is likely the first form factor you think of when someone says "light bulb". via
What is the most common light bulb base?
The most familiar is the Edison screw base found on most incandescent bulbs and many halogen, compact fluorescent, HID and now LED bulbs. The common terms are medium, intermediate, candelabra and mogul. However, because the light industry likes mysterious codes, you may also see E26, E12, E39, etc. via
Is E27 a standard bulb?
Yes. The E26 is the standard 120 Volt American base. The E27 is the European variant and is rated at 220 Volts. via
What is daylight vs soft white?
Soft white (2,700 to 3,000 Kelvin) is warm and yellow, the typical color range you get from incandescent bulbs. Daylight (5,000 to 6,500 Kelvin) has a more bluish tone. This light color will maximize contrast for colors, making it ideal for working, reading or applying makeup. via
What are A15 bulbs used for?
A15 bulbs are slightly smaller than A19 bulbs and typically come in outputs ranging from 10 watts to 40 watts. These smaller wattages are frequently used in applications such as appliances, signage and decorative lighting. via
What base does an A19 bulb have?
All A19 lamps have an E26 base, but not the other way around
The standards that govern the dimensions and design of A19 light bulbs also dictate that it must use an E26 screw base. In other words, all A19 light bulbs also have an E26 base. via