Incandescent bulbs E10
Light bulbs with an E10 fitting have a miniature fitting with a diameter of 10 millimetres. A light bulb with a normal fitting (E27) almost always belongs in a 230V version. A small fitting (E14) can be used in 230V, 110V, 60V or 24V. An E10 light bulb occurs in many different voltages, but by default in 60V and 24V. Multilight has many different types of E10 light bulbs for lighting at funfairs and attractions, available in bright colours and various strengths, such as a voltage of 24 Volts and 60 Volts and a wattage of 5 Watts.
Incandescent bulbs E14
Light bulbs with an E14 fitting have a small fitting with a diameter of 14 millimetres. There are special E14 versions designed for longevity at a low or high temperature. Multilight has many different types of E14 light bulbs for lighting at funfairs and attractions, available in bright colours and various strengths, such as a voltage of 24 Volts, 60 Volts, 110 Volts and 230 Volts and a wattage of 5 Watts, 8 Watts and 10 Watts.
Incandescent bulb or LED?
One advantage of incandescent bulbs is that these are dimmable and most LED lighting is not. However, an LED light is much more economical with energy and it also has a longer life span. LED lights are more expensive to buy than incandescent bulbs, but in many cases, you will automatically recoup the higher purchase costs through your energy bill. Therefore, Multilight often uses LED party lights and multi LED lights when designing and producing lighting objects and - where possible - we no longer use incandescent bulbs.