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Typical Sport Court Lighting

Typical Sport Court Lighting

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Typically when a U.S. family purchases a residential game court from the "Sport Court" company, this is the lighting unit they provide. It is switched from the bottom of the pole and the lights are two or three 1500w tungsten halogen units.

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Mar 03, 2009 at 01:46 PM Author:
imagine how much more Brighter and Efficent it would be to have a 1,500 Watt Metal Halide Lamp..instead of a Halogen....but then it might be too bright!
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May 08, 2015 at 11:17 PM Author: ricksbulbs
The trough these are mounted on is a Stonco "Multi-Lite" like the one I am restoring that came off our old falling down garage out of use since 1981, I am having a real tough time getting the fixture arms out--they are seized in badly, and are aluminum. O also want to get the closure plugs out of the extra hubs to allow me to out what lights I want on this trough, mine is a real early one, made late '40's or early '50's in Stonco's first plant in Elizabeth, NJ, and has awesome cast-in graphics, so I MUST salvage it, besides, it's one my my best childhood memories as it has been there since I was about 5. The later Stonco stuff was/is made in Kenilworth, NJ. One lampholder was made in Kenilworth, but the t in the same position as these halogens on my trough are made in Elizabeth so are the originals. Funny--this little 17" long trough came apart easily--the screws that is, but the flood light holders are seized badly in the 1/2" conduit hubs--time for a long soak in phosphoric acid, then in hydraulic oil. Even heating with a torch won't free these things arrrgh! I will take my time, because if I ruin this I will be distraught. I an tell you this--when it goes back together, all stainless steel hardware with Never-Seez, and the 1/2" hubs will be LOADED with Never-Seez, with stainless steel lock nuts too! I tried it with vintage 1970's lamps, and it does still work. First Time I saw this lit since I was 14! Rick "C-6" Delair!
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