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You can choose from either a G23 or GX23 base for your single-tube 2-pin bulb. G23 base is the most widely used base for 2-pin lighting. The primary difference is in the location of the notches on base. This can affect the fit, even though there are only two pins.
What are Integrated CFLs? Integrated lamps combine a tube and an electronic ballast with either an Edison screw fitting or a bayonet fitting into one unit. This lamp allows consumers to easily replace incandescent lamps with CFLs.
The integrated CFLs can be used in standard incandescent light fittings, which reduces the cost of switching to fluorescent.
What's a Non-integrated bipin double-turn compact fluorescent light bulb?
Non-integrated electronic ballasts for compact fluorescent lamps. Non-integrated CFLs
The ballast is permanently mounted in the luminaire of non-integrated CFLs. Only the lamp bulb needs to be replaced at the end of its life. The ballasts are installed in the light fixture and are more durable than the integrated ones. They don't have to be replaced once the bulb has reached its end of life. CFL housings that are not integrated can be more expensive or less sophisticated.
There are two types: A bi-pin tube for a traditional ballast and a quad pin tube for an electronic ballast.
An integrated starter is included in a bi-pin tube. This eliminates the need to use external heating pins, but can cause incompatibility of electronic ballasts.
The Integrated CFLs can be used by simply plugging in LED bulbs.
For non-integrated electronic ballasts CFLs, you must first remove the ballasts from the circuit and then install the replacement LED bulb. If the LED bulb is not removed, it will cause a fault. If it is magnetic ballast (which means that it has starter), you must remove starter. However, if ballast is removed, the efficiency will be higher and more efficient.