What are c7 bulbs?
Also asked, what is the difference between c7 and c9 lights?
C7 bulbs are the smaller than C9s. The have an E12 candelabra base, the same size as a night light bulb. C9 bulbs are larger, over 2 inches long, and fit an E17 base. They are available in 7 or 10 watts for incandescent bulbs and are generally used in the same ways as a C7 bulb.
Secondly, what is the wattage of a c7 bulb? 7 watts
Subsequently, one may also ask, what does c7 mean on a light bulb?
C7 refers to the size of the base of the bulb; from base to tip the C7 bulb is a little over two inches high. C7 Christmas light bulbs have an E12 base (the same size base as the bulb you use for a traditional night light). The letters LED stand for Light Emitting Diode.
What are c7 Christmas lights?
C7 Christmas light bulbs have E12 bases and are smaller than C9 bulbs. Because of their small size, C7 bulbs are popular for use indoors and on smaller residences like condos and townhomes. C7 bulbs can be wrapped around indoor trees and used to illuminate a festive mantle display.