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Suspended LPS Fixture

Found this interesting LPS fixture at a old bus garage. The LPS fixture looks like a 180w unit and is remote ballasted. I didn't know that they made can ballasts for LPS at one point. Anyway the ballast appears to be a older Advance model.

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Album name:joe_347V / Toronto Area Streetlights
Company and Date Manufactured:Philips?
Lamp Type:Low pressure sodium
Filesize:223 KiB
Date added:Jul 10, 2015
Dimensions:1749 x 1200 pixels
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Color Space:sRGB
DateTime Original:2015:07:10 15:53:25
Exposure Time:1/3023 sec
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Focal length:3.97 mm
Model:Nexus 5
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m@   [Jul 11, 2015 at 05:09 AM]
neat. is there a chance those are HPS byspassing an abandoned LPS set up?

streetlight98   [Jul 11, 2015 at 02:41 PM]
The cobraheads are HPS but the suspended fixture is definitely LPS.

joe_347V   [Jul 11, 2015 at 06:16 PM]
It's the only LPS fixture remaining on the property too. The arms with the HPS 125s had LPS fixtures back in the 90s.

Before that I think they had B2217s, there's a couple of indentical arms on the other side of the property with B2217s. And before those lights, it had gumballs.

m@   [Jul 16, 2015 at 06:32 AM]
ohhhh i didn't actually see the suspended fixture, was distracted by the cobras lol

joe_347V   [Jul 18, 2015 at 05:48 AM]
Ahh lol, speaking of suspended LPS, there was a huge installation of suspended LPS on A-40 outside of Montreal.

Unfortunately it has been replaced with high mast in the latest Streetview. Confused

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