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irrig8r
05-29-2009, 01:28 PM
Did a demo last night with Coppermoon CM 890 with a 20 Watt bi-pin and was thinking of mounting that heavy duty fixture on a 12" or maybe 16" brass stem with a downward tilt.

Turns out they don't have brass extensions.

Wached as the kids ( four, all 12 and younger) knocked a soccer ball around the pother part of the yard and know I need something tough.

Found PGL series in a Focus catalog, but they are expensive and don't look sturdy enough... or are exceedingly ugly.

http://www.focusindustries.com/pdf/PGL-02_Cut_Sheet.pdf

http://www.focusindustries.com/pdf/PGL-04_Cut_Sheet.pdf

http://www.focusindustries.com/pdf/PGL-01_Cut_Sheet.pdf


Don't want to light the cups, but will replace several 10 year old Hadco 20W spots that just throw narrow beams across and don't do what they want...

Looking for suggestions ASAP. Thanks.

JoeyD
05-29-2009, 01:57 PM
In conjunction with our actual cup light the Augusta, the Endeavor and Expedition area enhancement lights work great to light up large areas. We have also used our starburst on 12" - 24" Risers for a more direct wash light. Of course I recomend using a Perma Post / Zero-G Docking post for stability. Hope this helps a little.

http://www.uniquelighting.com/product_pages/AUGUSTA.htm


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