Includes Fluorescent Lamps; Incandescent Lamps, Large and Miniature; Light Emitting Diode Lamps; Mercury Lamps; Sodium Lamps.
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Stock Items From Supply Class 6240 starting at NIIN 000709386Next Page
Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Class 6240
An item whose principal purpose is to produce light from a glowing filament(s). It includes metal backed and reflecting types, seal beam and flood types. It may include an integral filament shield to control and/or modify its illumination pattern.
A lamp that produces repeated light flashes of exceedingly high intensity for short durations. May include incandescent lamp within itself.
An item which produces light by an electric arc between two electrodes in an ionized mercury vapor atmosphere.
An item which produces light due to an ionized gas activating a fluorescent coating.
An item in which a gas is ionized to produce light energy of low persistence. It may include internal current limiting resistor.
A case specifically designed to hold one or more lamps.
An item consisting of an unbased lamp, either incandescent or glow, mounted in a sleeve. It has a projecting terminals and may also include a lens. For light emitting diodes which may or may not be mounted in a sleeve or a lamp base, see LIGHT EMITTING DIODE.
A gas discharge lamp which emits radiation in the form of a cathode glow from a hollow cathode closed at one end. It is usually used in atomic absorption spectrophotometers.
An item which produces light by an electric arc between two electrodes in an ionized sodium vapor atmosphere.
An item which produces light by an electric arc between two electrodes in an ionized xenon gas atmosphere. See also LAMP, GLOW. Excludes LAMP, FLASHTUBE.
An item in which the major portion of the light is produced by radiation of metal halides and their products of dissociation - possibly in combination with metallic vapors such as mercury. Includes clear and phosphor coated lamps. Excludes LAMP, MERCURY VAPOR.
Two or more lamps having a common mounting or mounted on each other. It may include resistors, contacts, printed circuits or other components that control the lamps only.
An item that produces a small, brilliant spot of light 0.005 to 0.110 inches (0.0002 to 0.0043 millimeters) in diameter, depending on wattage, by a low voltage arc between two non-vaporizing electrodes in an atmosphere of inert gas.
An item primarily designed to mechanically accomodate, position, and/or restrain the movement of one or more lamps in its/their normal mounting position. For items specifically designed to electrically accommodate a lamp, see LAMPHOLDER.
A collection of lamps with different characteristics that is usually contained in a CASE (2), LAMP. It is intended for individual replacement and/or general use.
An item that when connected to an alternating current/direct current source emanates light from crystalline powders or phosphors sandwiched between electrically conductive surfaces, one of which is translucent. The powders absorb the electrical energy and convert it instantly into light with minimal heat, without the use of ballasts, starters, or other auxillary electrical equipment.
LAMP,LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
An electric light that uses one or more light-emitting diodes (LEDs as the source of light.