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Push-in Compact Fluorescent lamps

Non-integrated compact fluorescent lamps require control gear (or ballast) to operate. Typically the ballast is permanently installed in the light fitting, and only the lamp is changed at its end of life. With more space in the light fixture the control gear can be larger and as a direct result will last longer than the miniature circuit board control gear in an integrated lamp.

G23 Base PL-S 2 Pin Compact Fluorescent

G23 Base PL-S 2 Pin Compact Fluorescent

5 Products
£2.00
aka TD-S, S type, 2P, Single Turn etc
G24q Lamp Base - TC-DE Four Pin Compact Fluorescent

G24q Lamp Base - TC-DE Four Pin Compact Fluorescent

6 Products
£3.00
aka PL-C, TCD/E, Double Turn etc
G24d Base - TC-D Two Pin Compact Fluorescent

G24d Base - TC-D Two Pin Compact Fluorescent

7 Products
£3.95
aka PL-C, TCD, double turn etc
2G7 Base PLS Compact Fluorescent Lamp

2G7 Base PLS Compact Fluorescent Lamp

3 Products
£4.10
7 Watt, 9 Watt and 11 Watt
GX24q Base - TC-TE Non Intergrated Compact Fluorescent

GX24q Base - TC-TE Non Intergrated Compact Fluorescent

5 Products
£4.10
aka PL-T, triple turn etc
2D Compact Fluorescent Lamp

2D Compact Fluorescent Lamp

4 Products
£4.78
Available in 3 Wattages: 16w, 28w and 38w
2G11 Base PL-L Compact Fluorescent Lamp

2G11 Base PL-L Compact Fluorescent Lamp

7 Products
£5.90
All Wattages and Colour Temperatures

Non-integrated CFLs typically have two types of tubes: a bi-pin tube designed for a conventional ballast, and a quad-pin tube designed for an electronic ballast or a conventional ballast with an external starter. A bi-pin tube contains an integrated starter which obviates the need for external heating pins but causes incompatibility with electronic ballasts.