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Re: GE Evolve Security Lighting E2SA0A1A31402N4 « Reply #15 on: December 10, 2019, 11:03:55 PM » Author: takemorepills
I mean, just the gumball-shaped lens, not the reflector part
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Re: GE Evolve Security Lighting E2SA0A1A31402N4 « Reply #16 on: December 11, 2019, 07:19:56 AM » Author: boiler1011
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Re: GE Evolve Security Lighting E2SA0A1A31402N4 « Reply #17 on: December 11, 2019, 07:29:40 AM » Author: FGS
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He asked about the glass/plastic half not the metal half of the bucket. Some of the older ones had metal bands with one screw holding both halves together. The newer ones have reflector shaped along the rim holding the bucket halves together permanently.
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Re: GE Evolve Security Lighting E2SA0A1A31402N4 « Reply #18 on: December 11, 2019, 10:40:01 AM » Author: takemorepills

He asked about the glass/plastic half not the metal half of the bucket. Some of the older ones had metal bands with one screw holding both halves together. The newer ones have reflector shaped along the rim holding the bucket halves together permanently.

Exactly what I was asking.

If these GE Evolves are 12-1/8" diameter then they could possibly be retrofitted with an older gumball lens like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pr-Vintage-Holophane-GE-4109-Street-Light-Fixture-Globe-Globes-Madison-Ind/323645677705?hash=item4b5ac92089:g:J9wAAOSwF7lcOW06
Those ones even have a drain hole in case you can't achieve a water-tight seal.

Just wondering, I have an old gumball that I want to use as a yard light when we build our next house. I'll probably just use a high-intensity LED retrofit in it, but the thought also occurred to me that these GEs might be able to have a gumball lens attached. The Evolve would look "OK" with a gumball as long as the PC wasn't installed (the PC makes the unit look awkward)
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