So you need that 48" T8 fluorescent lamp but, for whatever reason, your business or customer only wants to use the Havells brand. And they want an energy saving option. And they want a lesser used "warm" color temperature of 3000K.
You could spend the day calling around, only to find that it's a special order item in most places. Or you could click here to visit Lighting Supply and order it the same day.
This is just an example of our goal at Lighting Supply. You see, we want to be known not only as your source for everyday lighting needs, but also as your source when you require hard-to-find light bulbs and lighting products.
This is why you can find light bulbs or lamps of nearly every shape, base, and color temperature under one roof at Lighting Supply ... including choices from several of the top brands. This gives you the chance to meet your exact needs rather than settling for whatever you find in a local store; and it gives electrical contractors the chance to provide for customers without having to suggest alternatives to requested bulbs.
Better still, thousands of these products -- from common items to those that are hard to find -- are in stock. And since we ship stock orders the same day (Monday through Friday when ordered on time), that means you'll have them quickly without having to pay a premium.
Beyond that, we offer thousands more hard-to-find products on our website on a special order basis. While we can't ship these as quickly, we've already sourced them and know how to get them for you so you don't have to waste your precious time digging for a supplier.
So go ahead: need that European T8 bipin lamp. Or that germicidal lamp. Or that ANSI coded halogen bulb. We'll do our best to have those and other hard-to-find lighting products on hand for you.
3/30/2016 12:35:01 pm
3/30/2016 02:18:42 pm
You've posed a tough one Mark! It looks like this is a European style bulb that generally won't be used in the US, which is our market. So we love having bulbs that are hard to find, but still focus on bulbs for this region. You may need to look to an overseas supplier. Sorry we can't help this time, but we hope you'll keep us in mind for future lighting needs. Good luck!
11/26/2016 11:09:14 am
I'm an artist making work that relies on using lights that create the cleanest possible shadows. I am having trouble coming up with options that do that as well as I would like. In some cases I need spotlights, and in some cases I need something that puts out light in all directions. I would love to get some help figuring out what all my options are!
Steve @ Lighting Supply
11/29/2016 08:13:14 am
Hi Colby. Thanks for the comment - would like to see what you're working on. Your art sounds experimental, so unfortunately there's no way we could tell you up front what will give you the results you're looking for. We can tell you the lumen output and beam angle of the light from a given lamp; we can tell you the Kelvin rating (color temperature); etc. (These details are on our product pages.) But we can't say how it will impact your art. So I suspect you'll need to just keep trying things - this is how you'll create something uniquely yours. However, if you want some guidance on how light will interact with things, probably a lighting designer is your best bet. I hope that helps!
10/14/2017 01:54:39 pm
Have German Black forest Grandfather clock. Need replacement light bulbs. Told LED's best. Need 15watt & 25watt, 2 of each. They are T8/E14 Base/Clear.
10/16/2017 08:44:21 am
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