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Re: What did you do today lighting wise? « Reply #465 on: February 13, 2020, 03:41:56 PM » Author: Mandolin Girl
Today's entry: FINALLY got around to mounting our Thorn Gamma 6 (aka Gemma) on a pole in the corner of the living room, again photos to follow  LPS bulb Grin

And here is the picture of the finished installation.  LPS bulb Bulb Man
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Re: What did you do today lighting wise? « Reply #466 on: February 21, 2020, 06:13:15 PM » Author: sox35
How come nobody else is posting on this thread..? We don't want to get accused of hogging it, come on people, what have you been doing..?

Today we made up a display board for our newly acquired 10W SOX lamp, boy did it cause us problems, but hopefully it's ok now, why is it things always take at least 3 times as long as you expect them to..?  Roll Eyes LPS bulb

Pictures to follow  Smiley
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Re: What did you do today lighting wise? « Reply #467 on: February 21, 2020, 07:24:03 PM » Author: fluorescent lover 40
Ok, it's not today necessarily but I took a look at the lights at my uncle's house last Saturday. Replaced an EOL lamp, removed another and unplugged the light (magnetic RS ballast - he doesn't have the time and it's still plenty bright in there without it, told him to plug it back in if he gets another lamp), and scheduled the lights in his elevator for repair.
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