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LED Dayburner
I noticed that a couple of the recently installed Lumec Roadstars was dayburning so I grabbed a shot of one. I believe this one replaced a Crouse Hinds OV15

EDIT: It actually replaced a FCO Powerlite B2227, here's the Streetview link.
OVR.jpg OVA.jpg P4090467.JPG P4080426.JPG DSC04842.JPG
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Filename:P4090467.JPG
Album name:joe_347V / Toronto Area Streetlights
Keywords:American_Streetlights
Company and Date Manufactured:Philips / Lumec
Model:Roadstar GPLM
Wattage:130 or 180w
Lamp Type:Light emitting diode
Color Temperature:4000K
File Size:195 KB
Date added:09 Apr 2011
Dimensions:1600 x 1200 pixels
Displayed:216 times
Colour Space:sRGB
Contrast:0
Date Time:2011:04:09 17:32:56
DateTime Original:2011:04:09 14:05:12
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Exposure Mode:0
Exposure Program:Program
Exposure Time:1/250 sec
FNumber:f 8
Flash:No Flash
Focal length:9.1 mm
ISO:100
Light Source:Unknown or Auto
Make:OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
Max Aperture:f 3.5
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gailgrove  [10 Apr 2011 at 01:25]

(...) on a stick

Jace, seriously

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GullWhiz  [10 Apr 2011 at 02:43]

what? Got a complaint?

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Wee.

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LilCinnamon  [10 Apr 2011 at 05:26]

This is the SAME kind of LED fixture that was put up in Parker, CO on some traffic signals. Now I know the brand!

These fixtures replaced some M-400 R3's on like 4 traffic signals? 4 on each signal. So like.. 12 of these?

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joe_347V  [10 Apr 2011 at 05:42]

@Niall that there is the Gull Filter (TM) no one knows how it exactly works, but engineers working 24/7 at 347V Electrical Devices have speculated that it uses a team of 12 or so elite ICGs (Internet Censoring Gulls) to peck out any blocked words, hence the peck marks "..." on your comment.

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GullWhiz  [10 Apr 2011 at 15:10]

Ah very nice......I wonder what the word was...

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joe_347V  [11 Apr 2011 at 01:52]

One of the many mysteries of GoL...

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prawnman88  [27 Apr 2011 at 00:42]

huh brand new and day burning already not really saving energy if its on during the day

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joe_347V  [14 Aug 2011 at 22:46]

And plus, they're even spottier than FCO lights at night.

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LilCinnamon  [14 Aug 2011 at 22:58]

At a re-built intersection in the mountains on 285 they lave lots of new LED's up and they are dayburning. But, they are still working on stuff there so it's probably temporary.

And I saw these LED's lit at night, man I LOVED the color! They were bright and they lit the road well. Better than HPS I can say.

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gailgrove  [14 Aug 2011 at 23:01]

No way do LEDs light the road better than HPS, maybe the colour is better but CMH is better than both of them.

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GullWhiz  [14 Aug 2011 at 23:16]

Niall, don't be biased on them JUST because they are NOT HID....be honest, and facts man....I will say the Icetrons are better than the LEDs...But Icetrons are better than CMHs because Icetrons has smoother lighting distribution while CMH are kinda spotty because of smaller light source......

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gailgrove  [14 Aug 2011 at 23:18]

I'm not being biased, I'm going by what I have seen in the field. I have seen these lit at night and I have also seen CMH lighting at night.

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joe_347V  [14 Aug 2011 at 23:29]

I don't mind induction lights since they do look pretty decent when lit but the LEDs in my pic aren't that good at night since they're a bit dim and spotty.

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Not the OV-15

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Antstar85  [18 Aug 2011 at 23:51]

man thats one ugly light!

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streetlight98  [19 Aug 2011 at 02:26]

i see your utility uses quality PCs too.

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joe_347V  [19 Aug 2011 at 03:05]

And quality lamps and fixtures too, really explains why the hydro bill is so high. /s

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GullWhiz  [19 Aug 2011 at 19:21]

The fixture design.....here doesn't look too bad..it looks almost like a fluorescent or LPS fixture style (for its length....)

A challenge for ALL members....even if it's a fixture you hate, because of the looks, or shape, or size, or the source of light or type of ballast....try to find at least 2 positive things about those fixtures (and don't say anything too obvious LOL)

Sometimes I see a bit too much negative from you guys...you know some members are so negative about American Streetlights and some negative about other countries or whatever.....lets see if ANY of you can put positives on those you even don't like!

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Form109  [25 Nov 2011 at 12:04]

i've begun seeing LED's in more places,aside from some spots oF LED streetlights in Dallas and Waco,Texas (who is proposing an entire LED changeout for city lights) i've seen dairy queen and several other commercial buildings using LED's,in Dallas i even saw a Gas station that used LED Canopy lights!..and they were GOOD! they were Bright and the gas station was very well illuminated!



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