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Craig2022

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Hello, can anyone help me locate this particular fitting? Unfortunately I couldn’t get inside one to get a model number as the ladders weren’t sturdy and the wind was blowing lol!

I have 2 of them out , they are LED so need to locate repairs for them.


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I've seen the same style of globe, with the same louvred reflector from more than one manufacturer in LED and, previously, cfl. I'd also be inclined to check before ordering parts. From memory the globes were 500mm, but seem to remember slightly smaller globes too.
 

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As above, different manufacturers make very similar designs.
Take your photo into any nearby wholesalers and ask there. They will have catalogues to look through.
My bet is Tamlite from CEF.

Also… ladder? Up a street light pole?
 
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Craig2022

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Thank you for the replies!

So this unit is a big globe! Also looking at that website of the globe the led sits up like a cylinder. This particular fitting the LED just sits flat in centre of the fitting .

Unfortunately this job isn’t just round the corner lol, I have other commencing at the same building so can maybe take a punt and find a replacement driver to bring with me.

Thanks
 

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