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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #45 on: November 09, 2019, 10:46:14 AM » Author: M250R201SA
Leotek GCJ - 100w HPS and 175w Mercury replacements
Type IIIR (10 label) & Type V (10 Type V label)
3000K (although a very select few 4000K ended up in the mix)

Leotek GCM - 175/250w Mercury replacements and 250w HPS replacement
Type IIIR (25 label)
3000K

Leotek GCL - 400w Mercury and HPS replacements
Type IIIR (40 label)
3000K

GE EFM1 - 250w/400w HPS/PSMH Flood replacement (PF154 replacement) (25 or 40 label)
3000K

GE EFH1 - 400w+ MV/HPS/PSMH Flood replacement (PF400 replacement) (40 label)
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #46 on: November 13, 2019, 12:38:46 PM » Author: monkeyface
We install in our city:

Second half of current decade

- Philips Luma Mini 2000lm 3000K
- Philips Luma Mini 3500lm 3000K
- Philips Luma1 5000 - 8500lm 3000K
- Philips Digistreet catenary 8400 - 11000lm 3000K
- Zumtobel - HESS Residenza - M LED 3000lm 3000K
- H.R. Huber Huberleuchte 2150 LED 21W E27
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Due to phasing - out of the Luma range we may change to the new Luma Gen. 2 or to the Digistreet pole mounting street lights.


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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #47 on: November 20, 2019, 09:21:59 PM » Author: LightsDelight
Where I am we install LEDs but on some rare occasion there has been a Sylvania suburban installed over a highway, it was replacing a Sylvania B2224
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #48 on: November 22, 2019, 03:16:15 PM » Author: AngryHorse
Are you guys still using 50 watt mercs in Melbourne mate?, or have these fallen to LED now?
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #49 on: January 11, 2020, 11:21:48 AM » Author: HPS_250
My local utility installs Cooper OVZ FCO and GE M-400. They donít install M-250R2s anymore.
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #50 on: January 11, 2020, 07:51:25 PM » Author: Miles
I really wish the South Bay Area could install GE Evolves, I've seen them in SoCal, they're one of the few fixtures that use better optics and reflectors to direct the light. 3000K, well-spaced on a major boulevard there wasn't a dark spot in-between or hot-spots. Superb light distribution, contrast and colors. Really nice to drive at night. San Francisco has them in some neighborhoods as well.

However here we get the typical Leotek LED matrix / array that lights the road I guess because the head is pointing down? Especially at intersections and freeway ramps. CalTrans has no taste.
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #51 on: January 12, 2020, 10:43:54 PM » Author: Silverliner
SCE: GE M250R2s, GE M400R3s, Cooper OVZs, OVHs, OVFs, and OVXs for HPS and PSMH (current installations). GE Evolve ERL1s and ERL2s, AEL Autobahn ATBS, ATBM, ATBLs, and possibly a few Cooper Archeons, for LED. Also Spaulding Palomars for LPS.

In the past they installed a large variety of fixtures like GE, Crouse Hinds, AEL, Westinghouse etc.

LABSL: Cree XSP2s, Beta Ledways various sizes, Leotek GC series various sizes, a few AEL Autobahn ATB0s and ATB2s, and a few Philips Hadcos.

LADWP: Mostly AEL ATB0s, and some Cree and Leotek varieties.

SDG&E: AEL 115s and 125s for HPS, Cree XSPs and GE Evolves for LED, Spaulding Palomars for LPS.

Caltrans: Leotek GCs, E cobras, Solarmaxs, GE Evolves, AELs, Cooper Verdeons and Navions. Solarmax being the preferred current installation by Caltrans electricians. GE and AEL fixtures mostly installed by contractors.

So Cal is so large I canít list everything at once but the above makes a large percentage of lights in use.
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #52 on: January 12, 2020, 10:53:57 PM » Author: fluorescent lover 40
SCE: GE M250R2s, GE M400R3s, Cooper OVZs, OVHs, OVFs, and OVXs for HPS and PSMH (current installations). GE Evolve ERL1s and ERL2s, AEL Autobahn ATBS, ATBM, ATBLs, and possibly a few Cooper Archeons, for LED. Also Spaulding Palomars for LPS.

In the past they installed a large variety of fixtures like GE, Crouse Hinds, AEL, Westinghouse etc.

LABSL: Cree XSP2s, Beta Ledways various sizes, Leotek GC series various sizes, a few AEL Autobahn ATB0s and ATB2s, and a few Philips Hadcos.

LADWP: Mostly AEL ATB0s, and some Cree and Leotek varieties.

SDG&E: AEL 115s and 125s for HPS, Cree XSPs and GE Evolves for LED, Spaulding Palomars for LPS.

Caltrans: Leotek GCs, E cobras, Solarmaxs, GE Evolves, AELs, Cooper Verdeons and Navions. Solarmax being the preferred current installation by Caltrans electricians. GE and AEL fixtures mostly installed by contractors.

So Cal is so large I canít list everything at once but the above makes a large percentage of lights in use.
For SCE, don't forget the GE Evolve ERLH.
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #53 on: January 12, 2020, 10:56:47 PM » Author: Silverliner
Oh my brain fart moment lol! Essentially an ERL1 with taller heat sink fins.
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #54 on: January 13, 2020, 03:43:30 PM » Author: CreeRSW207
NH companies; Eversource : Cooper OVZ and RMA for NEMA heads. Unitil: GE M250R2. NHEC: GE Evolve.

Maine Companies; Central Maine Power: AE 115 and GE M250R2. Emera: Cooper Verdeon
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Re: What Do Your Local Utilities Install? « Reply #55 on: February 04, 2020, 06:14:03 PM » Author: HPS_250
Actually, recently they switched over to Cooper OVH and GE M-400R3s. The M-400s are not FCO and have drop refractors. SCE still uses the same octagonal Ameron concrete poles.
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- vintage and rare lamp collector
Power company: SCE (Southern California Edison) 120V, 60HZ
Westinghouse Lifeguard will always be my favorite lamp
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Stop LEDISEASE!

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