These are the only surviving HID utility-owned fixtures in my area besides a few 100w FCO NEMAs in some back roads. I am unsure what wattage the powerbracket is (probably 250w) but it has been there since 1984 at least. (I found an old photo of a nearby building under construction and you can see it there). It also appears to have a Type III refractor. I haven't seen floodlights or NEMAS (powerbrackets) get replaced with LEDs so far, so I hope it stays this way since there is almost no HID lighting in my area now.
|Lamp Type:||MV and HPS|
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|File Size:||292 KB|
|Date added:||Feb 17, 2018|
|Dimensions:||2464 x 1848 pixels|
|Date Time:||2018:02:16 15:27:50|
|DateTime Original:||2018:02:16 15:27:50|
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|Exposure Time:||1/600 sec|
|Focal length:||16.3 mm|
|Model:||FinePix XP120 XP121 XP125|
|Software:||Digital Camera FinePix XP120 XP121 XP125 Ver1.00|
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Collect vintage incandescent and fluorescent fixtures. Also like HID lighting and streetlights.