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First Gen OV 25

First Gen OV 25

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A pair of these still light a thrift store parking lot. The tag on the pole says the pole was made in 1962 so I'm guessing that's when these were installed.

The other pole looked like it was a newer replacement and has Skyline Skylite luminaires instead. Not sure what light source these use, they might have been retrofitted to MH or HPS

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Manufacturer:Westinghouse Canada
Model Reference:OV 25 (first generation)
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Fabrication Date:1962
Application/Use:Parking lot lighting

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Lights are awesome! :)


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Apr 21, 2019 at 06:04 PM Author: fluorescent lover 40
Nice! Can't remember where the nearest one near me is.

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Apr 22, 2019 at 08:47 PM Author:

Nice! Can't remember where the nearest one near me is.


In 1959 I sat in my junior high school class and watched AP&L install 50 foot creosote poles with OV-25's on 12 ft galvanized mounting arms. They were not replaced until the late 80's.
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Apr 22, 2019 at 11:11 PM Author: joseph_125
Interesting. There is a few of these left in streetlighting service in Toronto too. They're all 150w HPS but I believe they were 400w MV until the early 90s. The poles they are on look newer so I guess they were transferred over from another pole or rebuilt as HPS and reinstalled in the 90s.
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