Lamp in which a filament heated by an electric current produces light rays.
Electric conductor carrying the current to the filament.
Gas inserted in the bulb to slow down evaporation of the filament.
Metal end of a lightbulb inserted into a socket to connect it to the electric circuit.
Glass tube used to empty the air from the bulb and then to fill it with inert gas before it is sealed.
Part in which the lead-in wires are attached.
heat deflecting disc
Metal disc placed at the entrance of a lamp’s neck to protect the pinch and the base from the heat.
Metal wire holding the filament.
Very thin metal wire, usually made of tungsten, emitting light rays when an electric current passes through it.
Base fitted with two short metal pins so that it can be placed in the corresponding socket.
Base fitted with a screw pitch so it can be inserted into the corresponding socket.
Gas sealed in a glass envelope into which the luminous body of a lamp is inserted.