Lamp, Bulb, Luminaire – Which is Which?

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Lamps / Bulbs:

Lamp, Bulb, Luminaire – Which is Which?

To operate, the lamp or bulb is inserted into a luminaire that is connected to the power supply. It is the technical realisation of an artificial light source and creates light by converting electricity. Paulmann's assortment includes lamps with the lighting technologies, LED, halogen low-voltage and high-voltage, as well as energy-saving lamps, which all create lighting that feels good.  

Luminaires:

Lamp, Bulb, Luminaire – Which is Which?

A luminaire is an object used for illumination, featuring a mount for a lamp or bulb (socket), or a permanently installed bulb (e.g. an LED module). It also has components for light direction, fastening, and connecting to the power supply. Through its design and the light emitted, the luminaire is significant in defining a room. The Paulmann assortment includes recessed lighting, luminaires for suspension and rail systems as well as spotlights, picture, workplace, wall and ceiling lamps.  

You will find more explanations for important lighting terms here: Light Background