LED filament light bulb

A LED filament light bulb is an electric light bulb which produces light with an LED that is shaped to look like the filament of an incandescent light bulb. The light bulb is supplied with electric current by feed-through terminals or wires embedded in the glass. Most bulbs are used in a socket which provides mechanical support and electrical connections. Contemporary …

LED Edison Light Bulbs and Strands

LED Edison light bulbs are designed to replicate the same light color and bulb shape to offer a more energy-efficient version of the popular vintage reproduction bulbs. These bulbs also maintain the same “exposed” look to further preserve the vintage reproduction style. The desire for more authentic reproductions has led to the development of LED filament bulbs, which recreate multiple filaments …

Edison Light Bulb Resurgence – Trendy and Popular Vintage Lights

While the intricate filament design never fully left, innovations in efficiency outpaced the energy-efficient design very quickly. Still, 50 years after more efficient designs had come into play, “Edison-style” or vintage lights saw resurgence in restaurants wanting atmospheric lighting or vintage themes. The demand for bulbs has increased since the Energy Independence and Security Act(EISA) ban on low-efficiency lighting. Edison-style light …

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History of Edison Bulbs

Brief History of Edison Bulbs Carbon filament bulbs were the foundation of what would be considered the history of Edison bulbs because they were the first commercially viable electric light bulbs to hit the consumer market in 1882. In 1904, a tungsten filament was shown to be more efficient and longer lasting than the carbonized bamboo filament used previously. The introduction of …

What are Edison bulbs?

Antique filament light bulbs, Edison light bulbs, and vintage light bulbs all refer to carbon- or early tungsten-filament lamps. Most of these bulbs are reproductions of the wound filament bulbs made popular by Edison Electric Light Company at the turn of the 20th century. They are easily identified by the long and complicated windings of their internal filaments, and by …