What is a c7 bulb?
Then, 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.
Likewise, what is the size of a c7 bulb? The bulbs are generally 3/4 inch in diameter and 1 1/8 inches tall. C7 lights have the same strawberry shape as C6, but are slightly larger. They measure 1 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 inches tall. Their width gives them a rounded, bulbous look.
One may also ask, what's the difference between c7 and c9 lights?
C7 and C9 are terms that refer to the socket size on a cord. The sockets on a C7 cord are slightly smaller than on a C9 cord. Each type of cord uses a different base size of light bulb, the C7 cord fits a candelabra base bulb and the C9 cord fits an intermediate base bulb.
What is the wattage of a c7 bulb?