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GE PSMH

GE PSMH

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There a GE M-400 250W PSMH cobra and two GE Powerflood 400W PSMH flood lights. Near a park.

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Manufacturer:General Electric
Model Reference:M-400 and Powerfloods
Lamp
Lamp Type:Metal Halide (Pulse Start)
Fixture
Fixture Type:Cobra/Floodlight
Photocell Type:Twist Lock
Arm Type:Tapered
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Application/Use:Roadway/area lighting

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Jun 16, 2019 at 04:58 PM Author: wide-lite 1000
Would I be correct at assuming the floods were converted to PSMH since there are 2 NEMA stickers on the flood on the right ?

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Jun 17, 2019 at 07:19 PM Author: Cole D.

Would I be correct at assuming the floods were converted to PSMH since there are 2 NEMA stickers on the flood on the right ?


Possible, especially since I saw the other flood and it has just a solid red 40 tag, so just MH I guess. Although, none of these fixtures look very old to me.

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Jun 17, 2019 at 07:25 PM Author: Lumex120
I heard somewhere that GE's early PSMH NEMA tags were just solid white. I wonder if those floods have the original tags but they were later changed to the newer design.

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