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Compact Fluorescent Bulb

A compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), also known as a compact fluorescent light or energy saving lamp (or less commonly as a compact fluorescent tube [CFT]), extreme economy and extreme durability. With energy savings of to 80% (compared to ordinary light bulbs) they will have a positive effect on your electricity bills right from the start.

Specification of Compact Fluorescent Bulb:

  • VoltageAvailable: 100-130V. 200-240V.(50-60Hz).
  • Tube: U shape,. H shape, spiral shape, ring or circle shape, lotus flower shape and others
  • Base: B22. E27. E26. B15. E14. E40
  • Average life: 3000-8000hrs(3 hours per start)
  • Power factor: High power factor and standard power factor
  • Color temp.2700K. 6400K , Red, Yellow, Blue or Green
  • Quality: Products meet the requirements of international standards

Two significant advantages:

CFLs use 75 percent less energy to produce the same amount of light. An 18-watt CFL can replace a 100-watt incandescent.

They last ten times longer. The life of a CFL is up to 10,000 per bulb, compared to less than 1,000 hours for an incandescent.

Comparison with Incandescent Lamps:

  • Lifespan: The average rated life of a CFL is between 8 and 15 times that of incandescents.
  • Energy efficiency: For a given light output, CFLs use between one fifth and one third of the power of equivalent incandescent lamps.
  • Efficacy and efficiency: Typical CFL is in the range of 17 to 21% efficient at converting electric power to radiant power.
  • Cost: While the purchase price of an integrated CFL is typically 3 to 10 times greater than that of an equivalent incandescent lamp, the extended lifetime and lower energy use will compensate for the higher initial cost.
  • Starting time: Incandescents give light almost immediately upon the application of voltage. CFLs take a perceptible time to achieve full brightness, and can take much longer in very cold temperatures.


Compact fluorescent bulbs do contain a small amount of mercury and should not be thrown in the trash. Contact your local waste management agency to find out how dispose of them properly. Learn more about proper disposal of CFBs.

Manufacturer or Supplier of  Product:

Jinhui Fluorescent Bulb Co., Ltd

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