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PARMAR SM135K245 Leak Transformer Ballast

PARMAR SM135K245 Leak Transformer Ballast

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Here you see a PARMAR (W.J. Parry) SM135K245 "Leak Transformer Ballast for operating either a 135 or 180 watt SOX Lamp, this ballast can also run a 91 or 131 watt SOX-E Lamp, fortunately I have a few 15uf 450 volt Capacitors so I can use one of them for this, as you can see on the label it is essential for the Capacitor to be used as it acts as a shunt capacitor as it has it's own independent Terminals, (Terminals 2 and 5).

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Light Information

Manufacturer:PARMAR (W.J. Parry) Ltd
Model Reference:SM135K245
Lamp
Lamp Type:Low Pressure Sodium Lamps
Base:Screw Terminals
Fixture
Fixture Type:Street Lights
Ballast Type:Leak Transformer Ballast
Arm Type:Mounted with Fittings, Gear Boxes or Base Compartments of Lighting Columns (Lamp Posts)
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Wattage:135/180 watts
Voltage:240 volts 50Hz
Current:0.9 amps (Lamp)
Physical/Production
Factory Location:E.C (European Community)
Fabrication Date:1997
Application/Use:Motorway & Main Road Street Lighting & Tunnel Lighting

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sox35
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Mainly the electrical side of things


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Jul 30, 2020 at 04:03 PM Author: sox35
Looks the same as the GEC Z1633P that I have.

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Jul 30, 2020 at 10:43 PM Author: sailormoon_01_uk
Yep there's the hint the P in the Z1633P = PARMAR, as from the mid 1980's Osram GEC sourced the Gear from W.J Parry (PARMAR).
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