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Electripak 100w Mercury Vapor Security Light - Model CSL-MVA

Electripak 100w Mercury Vapor Security Light - Model CSL-MVA

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This is a brand new Electripak 100w Mercury Vapor security light. I haven’t seen too many of these but I do have another one in my collection that my grandad gave me many years ago which was one of the first lights I had. I believe that they made a HPS version of this light as well.

The photocell is mounted in the arm and it came with an American Electric branded coated 100w MV lamp.

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Manufacturer:Electripak
Model Reference:CSL-MVA
Lamp
Lamp Type:Mercury vapor
Base:Medium
Service Life:24,000 hrs.
Fixture
Fixture Type:Security light
Ballast Type:Core and coil
Electrical
Wattage:100w
Voltage:120v
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Mexico
Fabrication Date:Fixture: July 13, 1996 Lamp: March 1995

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Apr 04, 2019 at 11:08 AM Author: GeorgiaLights
Cool find...it's funny, this was considered more of a budget bucket yard blaster back in the day...however if you compare it to the present day LED stuff it now looks quite substantial and well-built.
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Apr 05, 2019 at 01:05 AM Author: mefurd98

Cool find...it's funny, this was considered more of a budget bucket yard blaster back in the day...however if you compare it to the present day LED stuff it now looks quite substantial and well-built.


Very true. It's hard to find any lights today that are made to last like these
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