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Grandlite pulse-start floodlight

Grandlite pulse-start floodlight

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This floodlight is for a 100w M90 PSMH lamp, but I am struggling to find a maker. It looks imported, but it does have an Advance ballast and ignitor. This will probably be a donor for the Microliter if I decide to convert it to PSMH.

Update- The UL file number points to Grandlite International Ltd, so this fixture was most likely made in Taiwan.

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Grandlite International Ltd.
Lamp
Lamp Type:M90 pulse-start metal halide
Base:Medium (E27)
Shape/Finish:ED17 typical
Fixture
Fixture Type:Floodlight
Electrical
Wattage:100
Voltage:120/208/240/277
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Possibly Taiwan
Application/Use:Outdoor lighting

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Aug 12, 2016 at 11:27 PM Author: BlueHalide
This fixture is manufactured my Grandlite, sometimes they use good ol' Advance ballasts, sometimes they use decent quality chinese ballasts. Of all the new Grandlite MH floods ive installed ive found they use at least three different brand ballasts, Advance, IPP, and Huajia. The last two being halfway decent quality chinese ballasts not much less expensive than Advance. Im not sure why they do this, maybe they switch manufacturers when they get a better bulk discount from one over another. But, overall decent quality floods, somewhere between RAB quality and the Cooper residential grade garbage with the junk TDC power or Caster ballasts.
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