What is G25 Bulb
A G25 bulb is a specific type of light bulb commonly used in the lighting industry. The “G” in G25 stands for “globe,” indicating that the bulb has a spherical or globe-like shape. The number “25” represents the bulb’s diameter, which is approximately 3.125 inches. G25 bulbs are often used in decorative lighting fixtures, such as vanity bulbs, and are available in various wattage equivalents.
These bulbs are known for their energy efficiency and are often designed with LED filament technology to provide a vintage look while consuming less energy. G25 bulbs are dimmable, allowing for adjustable brightness levels, and are compatible with various control types, including switches, apps, voice control, touch controls, and remote controls.
In terms of aesthetics, G25 bulbs come in different finishes, including clear glass, frosted glass, and opaque options. The frosted glass finish provides a softer, diffused light, while the clear glass finish allows for a more direct and focused light output.
Some G25 bulbs may be ENERGY STAR certified, indicating that they meet specific energy efficiency standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This certification ensures that the bulbs consume less energy and produce less heat compared to traditional incandescent bulbs, resulting in energy savings and reduced environmental impact.