HELP can you identify this light?

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by IMAGE, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. IMAGE

    IMAGE LawnSite Bronze Member
    from midwest
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    Just the force of the snow hitting it.
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  2. SoCalLandscapeMgmt

    SoCalLandscapeMgmt LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Look inside the fixture and see if there is a UL certification sticker anywhere. You can use the UL certification code and search the UL Online database and hopefully identify the manufacturer. From the looks of that fixture be prepared to part with $500 to $600 (or more) for a replacement.

    http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/template/LISEXT/1FRAME/index.htm
     
  3. Classic Lighting

    Classic Lighting LawnSite Senior Member
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    My eyes hurt just imagining what they look like at night.
    I know you want to replace 1 fixture, but please try to convince the client that there are much better fixtures for that application. A under cap light is the first one that comes to mind (and plowed snow will not break cap fixtures)
     
  4. IMAGE

    IMAGE LawnSite Bronze Member
    from midwest
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    THANK YOU! I now know the light I am looking for is made by Sea Gull Lighting. I'll contact then to see if the have any old stock. Again, much thanks!
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  5. SoCalLandscapeMgmt

    SoCalLandscapeMgmt LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Awesome! I thought that would be a long shot but it looks like it worked!
     
  6. IMAGE

    IMAGE LawnSite Bronze Member
    from midwest
    Posts: 1,134

    Yep, surprised the heck outta me too. The UL sticker also had a date of 2004 so that helps narrow it down. The local light supplier called me back a few minutes ago and told me they still have catalogs from 2004 so I'll go in Monday and see if I can find a model number.
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