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Is there a slimline bulb (lamp)

Is there a slimline bulb (lamp)

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I'm in need of a slimline bulb for my circuit.
http://catalog.miniscience.com/catalog/electricity...

The bulbs in this link are the type that I seek.
Typically 1.5v but I'm flexible around that.
I require incandescent bulb for heat creation.

Ideally I'd like the bulbs in the link with a significantly reduced base size.
The bulb will be vertically mounted with face down toward the ground.
The bulb will be in close proximity to other circuitry and will have a circuit board directly behind it.

Although I would be open to horizontal mounting, and attaching a heat deflecting housing.
Perhaps this is my only option, if it were vertically mounted I would perhaps require a heat deflector anyway.)

RE: Is there a slimline bulb (lamp)

(OP)
Sorry I thought this was for general topics, I didn't see lighting forum.

Thanks they're a good size, I have a few of those around, wasn't sure if they were incandescent.
Wonder how much heat they produce.

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