Slow Blinking Pinball General Illumination Sunlight

£1.29

This is a blinking bulb. They are commonly used in backboxes, especially EMs. The socket works just like a regular bayonet 44/47 socket. It’s the circuitry inside the bulb that makes it blink, not the socket or voltage delivered to it. (So it’s okay to use blinking bulbs in sockets that had a non-blinking bulb, or to put non-blinking bulbs into a socket that called for a blinking bulb).

Many asked Comet Pinball if they themselves carried flasher bulbs. After several confusing emails back and forth, they discover that they’re looking for a blinking bulb! The confusion is that modern games have larger, 12v bulbs that flash briefly when you do something awesome – and that has co-opted the term “flasher”.

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This is a blinking bulb. They are commonly used in backboxes, especially EMs. The socket works just like a regular bayonet 44/47 socket. It’s the circuitry inside the bulb that makes it blink, not the socket or voltage delivered to it. (So it’s okay to use blinking bulbs in sockets that had a non-blinking bulb, or to put non-blinking bulbs into a socket that called for a blinking bulb).

Many asked Comet Pinball if they themselves carried flasher bulbs. After several confusing emails back and forth, they discover that they’re looking for a blinking bulb! The confusion is that modern games have larger, 12v bulbs that flash briefly when you do something awesome – and that has co-opted the term “flasher”.

Additional information

Weight.1 kg
Dimensions2 × 1 × 1 cm
Base

Bayonet (44/47), Wedge (555)

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