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Old Incandescent Pendants 
Old incandescent pendants, also from the water treatment plant. Similar in design and function to the saturn lights, these still use 300w? mogul base inside frost incandescents. I think they were originally designed for silvered bowl lamps now...I'm not sure if they still make those in 100+w 

Note the continuous row mounted incandescent recessed squares too...I thought these were all gone until now. Incandescent lighting is very rare in a public building too. 
Keywords: American_Streetlights

Old Incandescent Pendants

Old incandescent pendants, also from the water treatment plant. Similar in design and function to the saturn lights, these still use 300w? mogul base inside frost incandescents. I think they were originally designed for silvered bowl lamps now...I'm not sure if they still make those in 100+w

Note the continuous row mounted incandescent recessed squares too...I thought these were all gone until now. Incandescent lighting is very rare in a public building too.

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Filename:TOR_IMG_8185.JPG
Album name:joe_347V / Commerical Lighting
Keywords:American_Streetlights
Wattage:300w
Lamp Type:Incandescent inside frosted
Filesize:219 KiB
Date added:May 26, 2013
Dimensions:1800 x 1200 pixels
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DateTime Original:2013:05:25 12:16:55
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Exposure Time:1/160 sec
FNumber:f/8
Flash:No Flash
Focal length:18 mm
ISO:1600
Make:Canon
Model:Canon EOS REBEL T3
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streetlight98   [May 26, 2013 at 01:51 AM]
they still make mogul based 300W frosted silverbowl incandescents. my uncle's church has them in those saturn ring lights in their basement. they still use them since the lamps double has heater for the rooms in the winter since there's inadequate heating down there.
joe_347V   [May 26, 2013 at 06:52 PM]
Glad to know they're still made. I rarely see any installations of saturn lights left though. I'm willing to bet the louvered fluorescents in this building replaced similar incandescent lights too.

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