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Pink Light BulbsIncandescent pink light bulbs consist of a glass enclosure (the “envelope, or bulb”) which the pink bulb with an inert gas reduces evaporation of the filament and reduces the required strength of the glass. Inside of the pink bulb is a filament of tungsten wire, through which an electrical current is passed. The current heats the filament to an extremely high temperature (typically 2000 to 6000 K depending on the filament type, shape, and amount of current passed through).

Heated electrons in the continuous energy bands of tungsten become excited and then transition to lower energy states of the solid. As they do, they release thermally equilibrated photons which have a black body spectrum.

This spectrum, unlike those caused by non-equilibrium atomic or molecular transitions such as in a mercury-vapor lamp, is continuous, typically peaking in the visible light but also containing significant energy in the near-infrared wavelengths. Incandescent light bulbs usually also contain a glass mount on the inside, which supports the filament and allows the electrical contacts to run through the envelope without gas/air leaks.

Many arrangements of electrical contacts are used, such as a screw base (one or more contacts at the tip, one at the shell), a bayonet base (one or more contacts on the base, shell used as a contact or only used as a mechanical support), and for some lamps an electrical contact at either end of a tubular lamp.

Contacts in the lamp socket allow the electrical current to pass through the filament. Power ratings range from about 0.1 watt to about 10,000 watts, and up. To improve the efficacy of the lamp, the filament usually consists of coils of fine wire, also known as a ‘coiled coil’. For a 40 watt 120-volt lamp, the length of the filament is usually 6.5 feet or 2 metres.

One of the smallest problems of the standard electric pink bayonet light bulbs is evaporation of the filament. The largest problem is the inevitable variations in resistivity along the filament cause non-uniform heating, with “hot spots” forming at points of higher resistivity. Thinning by evaporation increases resistivity. But hot spots evaporate faster, increasing their resistivity faster—a positive feedback which ends in the familiar tiny gap in an otherwise healthy-looking filament.

Top 5 Best Selling Pink Light Bulbs

 

GE Lighting 97483 60-Watt 675-Lumen Decorative A19 Incandescent Light Bulb, Pink, 2-Pack
96 Reviews
GE Lighting 97483 60-Watt 675-Lumen Decorative A19 Incandescent Light Bulb, Pink, 2-Pack
  • A19 shape with medium base for use in table lamps and enclosed fixtures
  • Uses 60-watts
  • Lasts 0.9 years based on 3 hours per day usage
  • Estimated yearly energy costs $7.23 based on 3 hours per day $0.11 per kWh
  • 2800 light bulb

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Ge Lighting 97483 Ge Light Bulb, 60w, Soft Pink (8 Bulbs)
57 Reviews
Ge Lighting 97483 Ge Light Bulb, 60w, Soft Pink (8 Bulbs)
  • It is GE 60ASPK 8 Pack 60W Soft Pink Light Bulb
  • Medium Base 4 43" Mol 1 000 Hour Rated Life 675 Lumens
  • It is a GE Lighting Product

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- $13.90
(Pack Of 6) 60 Watt A19 Soft Pink Incandescent Medium Base Light Bulb
32 Reviews
(Pack Of 6) 60 Watt A19 Soft Pink Incandescent Medium Base Light Bulb
  • A19 shape with medium base for use in table lamps and enclosed fixtures
  • best used in household and commercial lighting, decorative & advertising lighting, portable lighting
  • Soft Pink Lights are tinted, so you can enhance the color or change the mood of any room in your home
  • Color/Finish: Soft Pink
  • Base: E26 Medium Screw, Shap: A19 (Standard Household Bulb)

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TCP 68914P CFL Spring Lamp - 60 Watt Equivalent (only 14W used!) (PINK) Colored Spiral Light Bulb
19 Reviews
TCP 68914P CFL Spring Lamp - 60 Watt Equivalent (only 14W used!) (PINK) Colored Spiral Light Bulb
  • TCP CFLs use 75% less electricity than their Incandescent Counterpart, while maintaining the same Light Output
  • Lifetime: 9 years (based on average usage of 3 hours/day
  • Color: PINK
  • This bulb has the light output of an incandescent 60 Watt Equivalent light bulb, but only uses 14W of electricity
  • Switching from your incandescents to CFL will save you $50 over the life of this item

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- $2.41
GE Lighting 26222 4-Watt 14-Lumen C7 Night Light Bulb, Pink, 2-Pack
68 Reviews
GE Lighting 26222 4-Watt 14-Lumen C7 Night Light Bulb, Pink, 2-Pack
  • 4-watt nightlight bulb
  • C7 shape with candelabra base
  • Rated 3000 hours

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Irving Langmuir suggested that an inert gas, instead of vacuum, would retard evaporation and still avoid combustion, and so ordinary incandescent light bulbs are now filled with nitrogen, argon, or krypton. However, a filament breaking in a gas-filled colored light bulb can pull an electric arc, which may spread between the terminals and cause very heavy current flow; intentionally thin lead-in wires or more elaborate protection devices are therefore often used as fuses built into the light bulb.

During ordinary operation, the tungsten of the filament evaporates; hotter, more-efficient filaments evaporate faster. Because of this, the lifetime of a filament lamp is a trade-off between efficiency and longevity. The trade-off is typically set to provide a lifetime of 750-1000 hours for ordinary lamps. See the section below, Voltage, light output, and lifetime, for a discussion of the trade-offs involved in setting a lamp life specification.In a conventional (not halogen) lamp, the evaporated tungsten eventually condenses on the inner surface of the glass envelope, darkening it.

For pink incandescent light bulbs that contain a vacuum, the darkening is uniform across the entire surface of the envelope. When a filling of inert gas is used, the evaporated tungsten is carried in the thermal convection currents of the gas, depositing preferentially on the uppermost part of the envelope and blackening just that portion of the envelope.Some old, high-powered lamps used in theatre, projection, searchlight, and lighthouse service with heavy, sturdy filaments contained loose tungsten powder within the envelope.

From time to time, the operator would remove the bulb and shake it, allowing the tungsten powder to scrub off most of the tungsten that had condensed on the interior of the envelope, removing the blackening and brightening the lamp again.

When a dawn pink light bulb envelope breaks while the lamp is on or if air leaks into the envelope, the hot tungsten filament reacts with the air, yielding an aerosol of brown tungsten nitride, brown tungsten dioxide, blue-violet tungsten pentoxide, and yellow tungsten trioxide which then deposits on the nearby surfaces or the bulb interior.

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