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Philips (Norelco) SOX180 Low Pressure Sodium Lamp

Philips (Norelco) SOX180 Low Pressure Sodium Lamp

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Philips 180W low pressure sodium (SOX) lamp.

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Light Information

Manufacturer:North American PHILIPS Lighting Corporation
Model Reference:SOX180
Lamp
Lamp Type:Low Pressure Sodium
Filament/Radiator Type:Glass
Base:BY22d
Service Life:18,000 HRS
Fixture
Ballast Type:L74
Electrical
Wattage:180W
Voltage:340V Nominal
Current:0.53A
Optical
Lumen Output:32,000
Lumen Efficacy:176 LPW
Color Temperature:1700K
Color Rendering Index:Negative
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Belgium
Fabrication Date:May, 1983
Application/Use:Street & Highway Lighting

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Apr 18, 2018 at 09:18 PM Author: takemorepills
Wow, you got a date for it! I don't think I ever even removed it from the packaging.

Here's the archive photos that show where Seattle used these lamps:

http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~scripts/nph-brs.exe?s1=viaduct+lighting&S2=&S3=&l=100&Sect7=THUMBON&Sect6=HITOFF&Sect5=PHOT1&Sect4=AND&Sect3=PLURON&d=PHO2&p=1&u=%2F%7Epublic%2Fphot1.htm&r=15&f=G

http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~scripts/nph-brs.exe?s1=viaduct+lighting&S2=&S3=&l=100&Sect7=THUMBON&Sect6=HITOFF&Sect5=PHOT1&Sect4=AND&Sect3=PLURON&d=PHO2&p=1&u=%2F%7Epublic%2Fphot1.htm&r=20&f=G

http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~scripts/nph-brs.exe?s1=viaduct+lighting&S2=&S3=&l=100&Sect7=THUMBON&Sect6=HITOFF&Sect5=PHOT1&Sect4=AND&Sect3=PLURON&d=PHO2&p=1&u=%2F%7Epublic%2Fphot1.htm&r=30&f=G
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Apr 19, 2018 at 08:50 AM Author: WestinghouseCeramalux
Interesting links...didn't get into Seattle much as a kid, so I never got to see these in person. Now with the viaduct coming down, this will all be history.

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