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Lamp socket fits miniature bayonet bulbs such as #44 and #47.
Has 2 solder terminals and isolated bracket. Bracket bend is 1/2 inch
#Stern Pinball inc 077-5102-00
Lamp socket – bayonet 2 terminal
Lamp with 2 terminals socket fits small bayonet bulbs such as #44s and #47s.
Has 2 solder terminals and insulated mounting bracket. Used on early Bally coin doors.
Bracket bend is 1-1/8 inch
for use on most pinball machines commonly used for GE 44/47 globes
Quality lamp socket fits small bayonet bulbs such as #44s and #47s.
Has single solder terminal and bracket ground connection.
Lamp socket – PC board mount
Wedge base lamp socket with 3 terminals for PC board mount
Uses #555 lamp or equivalent
This is the most commonly used lamp socket for bayonet based lamps inside pop bumper bodies.
The solid metal legs are usually stapled and soldered underneath the playfield. Great for replacement and rebuilds of electromechanical and early solid state pinball machine pop bumpers.
Reference part numbers:
# Bally E-120-25
# Gottlieb #131
Used on Stern Pinballs and Sega Pinball Machines
Miniature wedge globe socket front mounting
Small wedge base socket for bulbs such as #555’s, #194’s, #161’s, etc.
This socket can be assembled with a reflector spotlight (sold separately. See below).
Suitable replacement for Williams/Bally lamp socket A-12887.
Reference No: 077-5026-01
This is a small socket for #555 or #906 wedge base lamps. Fits 1/2″ hole on PCB board. Commonly used on Williams PCB boards.
Reference: Stern 077-5007-00
Small twist-in wedge base socket with outside flange 3/4 inch wide. Locking tabs are 5/8 inch apart end to end. Fits into 1/2 inch hole on the circuit board. Can hold wedge base lamps such as #555 and #906.
Also for use on Stern and Sega Pinball Machines.
*Williams part no: 24-8767
*Replaced by Stern Part No: 077-5007-00
GE 555 Socket used on Star trek next gen. and Fish Tales and other games
Reference:077-5026-01 replaces A-12887