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McCann Lighting CG CinemaGlo™ Luminaire!

McCann Lighting CG CinemaGlo™ Luminaire!

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I assembled one fixture for testing (turns out 25W lamps are way too hot for this light, so it's now a 15W-MAX). I jury rigged this in my room as a test. The fixture is zip-tied to my street light display and I wired a plug to the end of the fixture leads and connected a computer cord to it to lengthen the cord. It plugs into an auxiliary receptacle on my street light display.

IF YOU WANT ONE OF THESE, I have eight of these so I am happy to sell off a few of them. I'll paint it a color of your choice (pick from any colors listed on the spec sheet I'll upload to this album). Fixtures will come with the faceplate needed to mount them to a single gang wall box and will come with about 8" long leads to connect to a power supply. Candelabra (nightlight base) phenolic socket is included. I can supply a 15W T6 incandescent lamp or you can use your own.

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Jan 08, 2017 at 09:21 AM Author: wattMaster
If you wanted it brighter, you could install a LED filament bulb.

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Jan 08, 2017 at 10:17 AM Author: streetlight98
If the lamp is 3" or less in length and an inch or less in diameter then yes, an LED lamp could be used. I happen to already have a small supply of candelabra incandescent lamps so I'll just use what I have. But if I do find LEDs that fit, I might try 40W= or even 60W= LED lamps in one of these fixtures to see how it goes. LEDs run a lot cooler so a 60W= LED will probably run around the same temperature as a 15-25W incandescent.

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