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Leviton 660-Watt Brown Weatherproof Pin-Type Lampholder
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Leviton

660-Watt Brown Weatherproof Pin-Type Lampholder

$239 /each
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Product Overview

Leviton produces lamp holders for virtually every light source equipped with incandescent, fluorescent, or CFL lamps. Lamp holders include incandescent medium base, and specialty sizes and fluorescent lamp holders, in addition to a large line of porcelain lamp holders including pulse-rated mogul-base products, and an extensive selection of devices for high-intensity lamps.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • Medium base
  • 2-piece pin type automatically pierces wire lead
  • Detachable zinc-plated wire hook
  • UL and CSA listed

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Width (in.)
1.5

Details

California Title 20 Compliant
No
Product Weight (lb.)
.15 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited

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Customer Questions & Answers

maximum amps

Being 18G wire fits socket, will it support 6 x 250W infrared heat lamps connected in series? Total 1500W ~ 13-14 amps 18G wire runs <25 amps Thanks
Asked by: neutron
Even 18 awg THHN wire is only rated for 14 amps (not sure where the <25 amps came from, although technically 14 IS less than 25). Typically 18 awg multi-conductor cable is rated for about 10 amps up to 50 feet and is de-rated if wire run is longer (around 7A). I wouldn't run more than (5) 250W bulbs on one set of 18 awg conductors less that 50' in length.
Answered by: MacGuyver
Date published: 2017-03-30

What size bulbs fit into this holder?

I'm curious if an led e26 would fit into this holder?
Asked by: windywillow
Indeed it will. This is a medium screw-in type Edison lamp socket.
Answered by: MacGuyver
Date published: 2017-03-30

WHAT GAUGE WIRE WOULD BE COMPATABLE FOR THIS TYPE OF SOCKET?

Asked by: Robert
Thicker than 16. You can make it work, but you need stranded wire probably 14 or 12
Answered by: ACfromPGH
Date published: 2017-05-10

Does this work with both stranded and solid wire?

Asked by: dave
Yes, it will accept solid or stranded wire.
Answered by: levitonProductExpert
Date published: 2017-03-30
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660-Watt Brown Weatherproof Pin-Type Lampholder is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They work! These work by compressing the wires inside the channel into a small spike (nicely color coded for polarity). However, it doesn't indicate size of the wire. With 16 ga wire the wire simply isn't thick enough to fill the slot, and the needle never pierces the insulation. You can get around it by jamming it down with a piece of metal (unplugged of course) and then screwing the end piece on Otherwise, you could get heavier duty wire (which isn't really neccessary just to run a couple of light bulbs. You can make a quick string of lights with these and an outdoor extension cor with the benefit that the plugs are already included on each end of the line. You need strands of wire, not solid, and extension cord are perfect for this. I used to add 4 lights on a 50ft cord in the attic without new wiring. When I go up there, I just plug in the end.
Date published: 2015-05-01
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