What is CW light bulb?

What is CW light bulb?

the cw stands for ‘cool white’ and is the type/brightness of light it give out…in comparison to ‘warm light’, ‘soft white’, and ‘daylight’.

What is the difference between T4 and T5 fluorescent?

There are many types of fluorescent lights available but the main difference between the T4 and T5 lights are their efficiency or their watt consumption and lumen output, as well as the thickness of the tubes. The T4 has a half-inch diameter, while the T5 is five-eighths of an inch.

What does T5 mean for light bulbs?

What does T5 mean? The “T” in lamp nomenclature represents the shape of the lamp-tubular. The number following the “T” usually represents the diameter of the lamp in eighths of an inch (1 inch equals 2.5 centimeters). T5 lamps have a diameter equal to 5 times an eighth of an inch, or 5/8″.

What is the F number on fluorescent bulbs?

Rapid-Start (40 Watts or Less) and Preheat Lamps

F fluorescent
T indicates shape; this lamp is shaped like a tube
12 diameter in eighths of an inch; this lamp is 12/8 (1.5) inches in diameter
CW color; this lamp is a cool white lamp
RS mode of starting; the lamp is a rapid-start lamp. Preheat lamps do not have “RS” as a suffix

How do I know which fluorescent light bulb to buy?

In order to identify which size you need, the easiest way to tell is to read the label near the base of the tube. If this information is no longer legible, you can measure the bulb’s diameter. Fluorescent tubes are measured in eighths of an inch.

Is T5 considered payroll?

The T4, T4A and T5 payroll slips are a representation of your employment or commission income from a certain employer (T4, T4A) or investment income (T5). Any slip that is provided to you is also provided to the CRA. You can be rest assured that they will add it to your personal income tax return.

Can you still buy fluorescent tubes?

While the discontinued products may no longer be manufactured, they can still be sold until existing supplies are gone. In the meantime, consumers are likely to pay a premium for the lamps themselves, but also more in utility costs because these technologies use more energy.