Gallery of Lights

Home Login
Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Home > User galleries > joe_347V > Commerical Lighting
Preheat Striplights
Came across these preheat strip lights yesterday. Interesting looking T12s in them too. 
Keywords: Indoor_Fixtures

Preheat Striplights

Came across these preheat strip lights yesterday. Interesting looking T12s in them too.

TOR_2014-08-25_17_44_54.jpg IMG_20140321_184045.jpg tmp_68419-1-6460966.jpg IMG_20140307_205439.jpg TOR_IMG_20140122_193622.jpg
File information
Album name:joe_347V / Commerical Lighting
Company and Date Manufactured:Unknown
Wattage:2x 40w
Lamp Type:F40T12
Filesize:247 KiB
Date added:Mar 18, 2014
Dimensions:1602 x 1200 pixels
Displayed:242 times
Favorites:Add to Favorites

Comment 1 to 8 of 8
Page: 1

streetlight98   [Mar 18, 2014 at 07:41 PM]
Looks like those lamps were made by Santa's elves. Razz Laughing Candycane lamps. Laughing Nice looking fixtures. strip lights are the one fixture that I prefer all white though. half and half like this looks weird IMO lol. The reflector strips look better like this though, smoke gray on the top and outside of the reflector and white on the underside of the reflector.
A_lights   [Mar 18, 2014 at 09:11 PM]
Very interesting! As far as I know Rjluna2/robert? is the only one who has a lamp like this! Also an interesting fixture..if you can save these that would a good score Smile
GEsoftwhite100watts   [Mar 19, 2014 at 01:28 AM]
I wanna say these are Duro-test lamps? Not sure though...they're aperature lamps for sure though, the idea being that more light escapes through the clear part from the phosphor on the other side.
joe_347V   [Mar 19, 2014 at 06:21 AM]
Yeah the striplight looks a bit odd with a grey body and a white ballast cover. Razz I could see why you would prefer the colour scheme on a reflector lume but not on a striplight.

Yeah, these lamps seemed to be very rare from what I could tell. I think they might be Duro-Test but I'm not sure. Not sure if they're planning on doing anything with these lights though but yeah these guys are worth saving.
rjluna2   [Mar 19, 2014 at 11:39 AM]
Indeed, Aaron I do have these type of fluorescent light in my collection Very Happy Nice to see out at the wild!

For those who don't know about the bulb I have in my collection, they are posted at K°oloratec and one in action posted at K°oloratec and Nuleco Cool
Form109   [Mar 20, 2014 at 09:24 PM]
what's up with the Gumball in the background?
streetlight98   [Mar 20, 2014 at 09:53 PM]
That's a reproduction made by cooper that Torronto uses.
joe_347V   [Mar 21, 2014 at 11:19 PM]
Yeah, normally they use the side mount version instead of the pendant mount version though. Both types use 3000K PSMH lamps. They replaced the original incandescent gumballs in the mid 90s.

Comment 1 to 8 of 8
Page: 1