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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #30 on: December 27, 2015, 12:34:06 AM » Author: RichD
@ Nicksfans: A BC-capped fluorescent DEFINITELY belongs on my list - thanks!  Grin

@ Dieselnut: I don't know how I overlooked a Circlarc, either  Smiley

@ vintagefluorescent: An F60T17...? That one is new to me, but I sure as heck want one, lol.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #31 on: December 27, 2015, 12:35:10 AM » Author: RichD
And just in case you're wondering, I have NOT added any of these to my collection. Yet...
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #32 on: December 27, 2015, 01:16:15 AM » Author: Solanaceae
I did end up getting my 35w NEMA, it's a gumball. Now to find a place to hang it up... Also got the Ken-Rad and ITT mercs, and am getting a BT-28 clear 175w Kenny.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #33 on: December 27, 2015, 01:49:05 AM » Author: RichD
35W NEMA...HPS?
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #34 on: December 27, 2015, 02:32:51 AM » Author: Solanaceae
No, LPS. 35w HPS is useless unless it's for residential stuff like small post tops. The 35w LPS, when with the right optics, creates light equal to that of a 70-100w HPS. In my gumball, the light is distributed to the point where I'd say it has the power of 85 watts worth of HPS.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #35 on: December 27, 2015, 10:58:01 AM » Author: Solanaceae
I forgot all about the floor lamps!! I'd love to have at least one, preferably the 2x14 variety instead of the circline, but I'd be happy with either. Also, might as well add a Dazor floating arm lamp, the kind with 2 F15T8s.
nick, I found your dazor lamp: here.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #36 on: December 27, 2015, 10:45:10 PM » Author: nicksfans
Those things are all over eBay but they are always too expensive. I'm waiting for one to show up at the ReStore or on the side of the road somewhere. There was a 2x15 floating arm lamp at the ReStore a while back, but it was a modern Chinese one. It had glow starters though, which was kinda cool. I thought $20 was a bit much for it, so I didn't grab it.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #37 on: December 31, 2015, 01:43:42 PM » Author: Ash
Here magnifier lamps with 22W circline were fairly common, And they are Preheat - Just swap the choke to 10V one. Maybe in other countries there were also linear lamps. Maybe you can find ones from 240V/50Hz origin ?
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #38 on: January 01, 2016, 03:35:24 PM » Author: Solanaceae
Also add to mine: a true CWA NEMA head (think LM).
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #39 on: February 23, 2016, 06:54:15 PM » Author: M250R201SA
My Bucket List is comprised of HID only.

1. 250W or 400W  High Pressure Sodium GE M400R2 (NOS)
2. 250W  High Pressure Sodium GE M250R1 (NOS)
3. 250W or 400W  High Pressure Sodium GE M400A2 (NOS)
4. 150W or 250W  High Pressure Sodium Cooper OVZ (NEW)
5. 100W  High Pressure Sodium AEL 115 (NEW)
6. 250W  High Pressure Sodium AEL 125 (NEW)

And of course, I can never get too many M250R2s  Grin

They don't necessarily have to be new, I would accept them in Like New or Restored condition, as I do not have the proper tools and time to restore a light to its factory looks
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #40 on: July 01, 2016, 07:04:25 PM » Author: veryhighonoutput
F the bucket list I need a bucket warehouse for my needy needs and to put up all my dream must haves Cheesy
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #41 on: July 20, 2016, 06:16:15 PM » Author: LandryB
Add to mine F48 and F96/HO fixtures, and an 18w or 35w LPS NEMA.

Here are a few lamps I wish to get:

Westinghouse Beauty-Lite mercury lamp 175w.
Westinghouse StyleTone mercury lamp 175w and under.
Fully phosphored /C mercury lamp made in 1981 or later.
GE HR175WDX39 or H175WDX39-22 Warm Deluxe White mercury.
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Re: Your lighting "bucket list" « Reply #42 on: July 28, 2016, 09:36:20 AM » Author: dischargecraze
Some clear mercury lamps 80/125w, which are almost absolutely non-existent in the Netherlands. A SOX fixture, and a lot of incandescent light bulbs, because I'm running out of these pearls Sad
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