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Carbon Filament Incandescent Lamp

Replicate Thomas Edison’s First Light Bulb

Replicate Thomas Edison’s First Light Bulb

It will burn continuously for two years. Because our filament is carbonized, students will view a different light spectrum than in today’s tungsten lamps. Encourage them to lightly touch the surface. They’ll find a much lower temperature than expected. Standard socket fits household receptacles. Candlepower: 16.



Item # Description Unit Availability Price Quantity
470110-606 Carbon Filament Incandescent Lamp, 16 Candlepower
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