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ITT 1000 mercury

ITT 1000 mercury


ITT 1000 mercury

Same on the pole behind, 400 hps (square).

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Wattage:1000m & 400 hps

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Filename:20160119_164056.jpg
Album name:mobilite / my collection
Keywords:Lanterns
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Date added:Jan 20, 2016
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Date Time:2016:01:19 16:40:56
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Cool white 79
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Jan 20, 2016 at 05:14 PM Author: Cool white 79
Very cool fixture. I saw a lot of those while growing up in the 80s. ITT made some cool stuff.




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Jan 27, 2016 at 01:05 PM Author:
This lumenaire is made by a company called Widelite, not ITT/AEL. Also look at the ends of the arc tube, they're white which indicates that it's a metal-halide. It's a 1000W M47.
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Jan 27, 2016 at 01:16 PM Author: Cool white 79
True about the metal halide bulb. I over looked that. It was prob built with a mercury ballast and lamp when it was new. It still might have the original ballast but using a metal halide lamp. If that would work....
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Feb 01, 2016 at 01:59 AM Author: mobilite
I don't disagree it's called a Widelight, however the ballast label shows its part of ITT Lighting fixture Division.
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