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Another Rebuilt Shoplight

Another Rebuilt Shoplight


This is a shoplight from a family member's house. They have eight more fixtures like it. As an early Christmas present, I hauled a box of Sylvania F40CW plus lamps over there and replaced all the burned out lamps. This one didn't work but the lamps were good. I pulled out the old ballast, a Chinese low power factor F40 only ballast. I stuck an Advance Mark III in the fixture. Works great now. I will give the repaired fixture back on Christmas

Mystery_Lamps.jpg Lithonia_F30T12_Fixture.jpg Another_Rebuilt_Shoplight.jpg The_Ballast_that_Came_out_of_the_Shoplight.jpg

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Light Information

Lamp
Lamp Type:F40T12 or F34T12
Base:Med. Bi-Pin
Shape/Finish:Linear
Fixture
Fixture Type:Shoplight
Ballast Type:Rapid Start Magnetic, High Power Factor (originally low power factor)
Electrical
Wattage:2 x 40 or 2 x 34
Voltage:120
Current:0.73 amps
Physical/Production
Dimensions:4 foot
Application/Use:Garage Illumination

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Album name:Bamaslamma1003 / My Fluorescent Gear (fixtures, lamps, ballasts)
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Date added:Nov 30, 2009
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DateTime Original:2009:11:30 19:56:36
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Nov 30, 2009 at 11:17 PM Author:
That fixture looks exactly like a shoplight that was given to me for my 10th birthday, in 1983. It came complete with Westy blackender F40T12 "Preheat-Rapid Start" lamps. It also did have a cheapo NPF ballast in it, which clearly stated that it could run ONLY 40 watt lamps. Boy, do I wish I still had that fixture...
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