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LPS (?) NEMA head with closed bucket
I'm only guessing this one is LPS based on the size of the reflector, since I haven't seen it lit. I love that "peephole" in the bottom :).
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Album name:RichD / Streetlights
Keywords:American_Streetlights
Lamp Type:Unknown, probably LPS
File Size:356 KB
Date added:10 Sep 2011
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Jace the Gull
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GullWhiz  [10 Sep 2011 at 20:50]

I think you are correct...where was this found? I know Nassau County once used a lot of LPS, even did some retrofit in old MV fixtures with LPS ballast kits too!

I think this one is a GE...but I need a better view of the slipfitter to be sure...

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streetlight98  [10 Sep 2011 at 20:53]

could it be ITT/T&B/AEL?

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RichD  [13 Sep 2011 at 01:09]

Jace, it was on residential street off Straight Path in Suffolk County. I still see LPS in Massapequa...

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Metalmaster  [06 Oct 2011 at 23:20]

It is LPS. The town of Babylon used to use LPS buckets on its residential streets. The town of Oyster Bay also used to use LPS lights, hence their presence in Massepequa. Oyster Bay's are of the horizontal variety, generally Phillips, with some American Electrics used as replacements.

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streetlight98  [06 Oct 2011 at 23:45]

Welcome to the GoL Metalmaster. You can call me Mike...

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Metalmaster  [07 Oct 2011 at 14:03]

Thanks. I've already been a member of lighting-gallery.net for several months now, so this site already feels pretty familiar.

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GullWhiz  [07 Oct 2011 at 16:24]

I used to be an administrator of LG.....so that could be one reason why. But still....different rules and some different features though.....Welcome to GoL anyway!



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