what is this

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by ann, Aug 13, 2006.

  1. ann

    ann Subscriber

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    in a box of darkroom supplies that someone gave our school we found a couple of boxes marked Lowel LIght LLI, the light switch has a code of LJA on the product. Strange little fixture, but clueless how they are used.

    anyone familar with this item?

    i would hate to throw away something that someone could use.


    also was include a WEN cordless studio sync WP-SSR.
     
  2. Helen B

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    Hi Ann,

    It sounds like it might be the original Lowel Light that took ES reflector lamps - the ones that are about four inches in diameter. As far as my memory serves, it had a sort of notched plate mount, similar to the current version. The current version takes the smaller MR-16 lamps and is coded L1-100.

    Does that sound anything like correct?

    Best,
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  3. ann

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    helen, your are terrific,

    john satterlee and i talked about me posting this thread and we said, "blansky or helen will know.

    and yes it has a funky notch plat mount and the light socket moves,