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Old mercury vapor yard blaster and possibly remote ballasted or incandescent flood lights

Old mercury vapor yard blaster and possibly remote ballasted or incandescent flood lights

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Hard to tell in the pic but, not sure if those top fixtures are remotely ballasted or they're incandescent flood fixtures. Again sorry for the bad pic.

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Fixture Type:flood light and yard blaster
Electrical
Voltage:120v

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May 22, 2020 at 01:50 PM Author: CreeRSW207
Interesting how they didn't aim the floods downward.

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