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Further three years have passed

Further three years have passed

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The point of this photo is probably not immediately obvious,
but the earlier pictures will help:

2016
2015
2014
2010

The residual glow is not steady. It now fluctuates very slowly,
in cycles of about 20 seconds.

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Jan 03, 2019 at 02:11 PM Author: dor123
What is the lamp type that cycles?

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Jan 03, 2019 at 04:47 PM Author: streetlight98
@ dor: I think it is the mercury lamp in the foreground.

There are many 100W MV street lights in my area that are dim like this, barely lighting up anything. Most are 80s/90s lamps.

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Jan 04, 2019 at 10:28 PM Author: Cole D.

@ dor: I think it is the mercury lamp in the foreground.

There are many 100W MV street lights in my area that are dim like this, barely lighting up anything. Most are 80s/90s lamps.


Yeah some of the GE M250R2s here are like this, but some are bright. Also those Westinghouse Viscounts tend to be dim too.

Funny thing though, sometimes with the EOL HPS lamps, they look like a dimmed MV.

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