Cold cathode bulbs, also known as cold cathode fluorescent lamps or CCFLs, are particularly useful for their ability to start in cold conditions. For this reason, CCFL bulbs can be used in a wide range of cold-weather lighting applications, including in signage, backlight signs and in general purpose lighting. Cold cathode light bulbs have ample advantages over standard CFLs, including their ability to be dimmed or flashed. Like regular CFL bulbs, cold cathode bulbs are significantly more energy efficient and longer lasting than incandescent bulbs.

BulbAmerica has several CCFLs to meet your unique needs. We offer A16, A19 and PAR38 CCFLs, all of which offer their own specific advantages which outperform incandescent. We recommend Ushio cold cathode light bulbs for applications where you'll regularly be taking advantage of flashing and dimming capabilities, as these lamps can be flashed or dimmed for longer periods of time without affecting their lifespans. These lamps offer a long 25,000 hour rated lifespan for exceptional long-term performance.

For those that live in cold climates, getting light bulbs to start in freezing and below-freezing conditions can be a difficult task. Cold cathode fluorescent lights (CCFLs) excel in starting in cold climates and can be used for a number of applications, including signage and general purpose residential and commercial lighting. In addition to their ability to start in cold weather, CCFLs also have several other advantages over regular CFLs, including their ability to be flashed and dimmed. Like all CFLs, CCFLs are significantly longer-lasting and more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs.

Here at BulbAmerica, we proudly carry a wide selection of CCFLs, including A16, A19 and PAR38 models to fit a wide range of lighting applications. Our wide selection of Ushio CCFLs are specially designed for flashing-intensive applications and are rated to last 25,000 hours with regular flashing. To learn more about our CCFL products, contact our team here. For direct buying, call 1-888-505-2111 or order on this page.