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In 1896 they introduced their first Edison screw base socket for AC use. Tournier's switch was ingeniously simple, but it took up more space than the older Lange-type switches, necessitating an increase in the diameter of the upper half of the shell.

The socket also featured a domical cap and a flat switch paddle with the GECo logo molded into it.

As a consequence, the market for electric light during the 1880s was extremely small, and the number of “bulb receptacles” or sockets produced was miniscule.

During this formative period, Edison's DC (direct current) system dominated the market and his "Bergmann" socket was the prototypical design.

It was soon adopted by most suppliers and would remain a ubiquitous feature of mainstream socket architecture for the next 20 years.

The Lange socket of the 1890s was basically cylindrical in shape with an angular cap whose lower edge covered the top of the socket tube.

Lange's patent utilized a sheet metal cap with a small strap across the inside to anchor the 2 screws that held the socket shell together and the internal body in place.

This 2-screw strap system of joining was cheaper to manufacture and gave the socket a more finished appearance.

The first real challenge to Edison's hegemony came with the inauguration of Westinghouse's AC (alternating current) system in 1886.

The Thompson-Houston Co., a supplier to Westinghouse, introduced the seminal socket for AC, which featured a distinctive cylindrical shell design.

One frustrating aspect of the market during this period was the variety of electrical systems in use.

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