I don't know if 18/2 lamp cord would fit. The opening at the bottom of the socket is designed to fit the standard (threaded 1/8-IP) lamp pipe. The opening of the threaded lamp pipe is 1/4 inch. I have tried many different electrical cords and have found that the standard (SPT-1 wire with polarized plug) is the best choice. GE and Westinghouse both makes this in an 8 Ft. package. Amazon sells the Westinghouse one, no. 70101. I hope that this helps,
HARD PLASTIC...like if y0u boughtr small insert sockets with leads.....the price makes them unbeatable. I make steampunk lamps...have used about2 dozen of the babies....so far so good!
Not a pro but I think grow lamps take a lot of juice. These handle a max load of 180 watts across all three ports. If your lamps pull more than that, then no.
Yes. It works in my dimmable floor lamp.
If the socket is firmly mounted to the electrical box it will work well. I simply screwed them into an existing white porcelain single socket, added tree LED lamps and have three times the light for a fraction of the wattage used.
I was looking for an option to hang a Christmas Star in frot my front door on the porch. I did some research and found this option, I am glad I could find it. Please see the pictured I have posted. It is long enough to hang the star and also it has a switch so that I can turn it OFF and ON as when I needed.
A regular bulb. These are for adapters for my ceiling fans that only use really small bulbs that are hard to find. So with these connected you can use the most common size bulb in stores
Yes. I bought them to adapt some Hue color bulbs to work in an IKEA lamp. Works awesome!
I was apprehensive about sing these since i thought it would lead to shorts or surges or whatever in this antique lamp. so far there has been no issues at all even when the lamp stays on for hours. Wouldn't buy again just because one pack comes with so many, I've actually given some away to friends with lamps that take the small bulbs. happy with the purchase, price and performance.
I looked and couldn't tell. So far, they are working fine in my Lamps outside
These are ideal for use with LED bulbs. However the end result won't have that dainty look of a thin candelabra bulb so these work best when used with any type of lamp shade or within a diffuser. I used these on some wall sconces that had shades but not on my big chandelier. Good luck.
Yes it has a very good stress relief component. I used these for hanging lamps. Would recommend for anyone wanting the antique look.