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Steel Lamanations and a Coil

Steel Lamanations and a Coil

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Wonder what this used to be ;).

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Filename:20191008_2254475B15D.jpg
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Date added:Oct 08, 2019
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Date Time:2019:10:08 22:54:47
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Oct 09, 2019 at 01:40 AM Author: Ash
Wonder how the gap was constructed - Is the E center part shorter ? Or the I is like ] ? or they were just assembled with the gap between the blocks (this would lead to high leakage of the flux to outside of the ballast) ?
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Oct 09, 2019 at 03:22 AM Author: High Intensity
All of the E pieces (except the end pieces) were all stacked on one side while all of the I pieces were stacked on the other side, and they were only being held together by friction and a few layers of mylar tape.

When things started getting rusty, the I pieces started to "migrate" away from the E pieces, on top of that, some of the E pieces were starting to get prayed apart by rust forming between them.

Old lighting is, and will always be, the best lighting.

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