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Cycling HPS flood light « on: July 08, 2022, 08:07:38 PM » Author: Molly
This Cooper CFB has been cycling for many years and I haven't noticed it all this time. Earlier in the week, I noticed Brookline Public Works transferring the light and an LED Roadway NXT to a new pole. I asked them about the cycling and they should replace the ballast and lamp later in the month. I decided to record it a day before BPW came, sorry for the shakiness.

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Re: Cycling HPS flood light « Reply #1 on: July 09, 2022, 02:58:14 AM » Author: dor123
You didn't capture a complete cycle from extinction to restrike.
The ballast is fine. the lamp reaching EOL.
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