Lamp Varieties - What do you use?

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Illumicare, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. In response to several inquiries we have recently received for new LED lamps types, I thought it would be good to get your input on what types of lamps you use. If you could take minute to answer the following that would be great.

    Taking all of the different formats of LV Lamps you currently use in any given year, please indicate what percentage of total lamps used you would attribute to each format:

    1: PAR36
    2: MR16
    3: MR11
    4: MR8
    5: Single Contact Bayonet (SCB such as 1156 or 921)
    6: Double Contact Bayonet (DCB)
    7: S8 Wedge (eg. 3155K)
    8: G4 BiPin
    9: G5.3 BiPin (thicker posts, further apart)
    10: T5 Wedge (921, 918, 904 Etc)
    11: Festoon
    12: Any Others? (Please fill in details)
     
  2. Classic Lighting

    Classic Lighting LawnSite Senior Member
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  3. INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting

    INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting LawnSite Platinum Member
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    1: PAR36
    2: MR16 60
    3: MR11
    4: MR8
    5: Single Contact Bayonet (SCB such as 1156 or 921) 5
    6: Double Contact Bayonet (DCB)
    7: S8 Wedge (eg. 3155K) 5
    8: G4 BiPin 10
    9: G5.3 BiPin (thicker posts, further apart) 5
    10: T5 Wedge (921, 918, 904 Etc) 15
    11: Festoon
    12: Any Others? (Please fill in details)

    Approximate of course...
     
  4. trailboss

    trailboss LawnSite Member
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    1: PAR36
    2: MR16 - 70% (36*BAB = 30% --- 60*BAB = 25% ---12* BAB = 5% --- 36*FMW = 20% --- 60*FMW = 20%) Rough Estimate
    3: MR11 - 5%
    4: MR8
    5: Single Contact Bayonet (SCB such as 1156 or 921) - 5%
    6: Double Contact Bayonet (DCB)
    7: S8 Wedge (eg. 3155K)
    8: G4 BiPin -15%
    9: G5.3 BiPin (thicker posts, further apart) - 5%
    10: T5 Wedge (921, 918, 904 Etc)
    11: Festoon
    12: Any Others? (Please fill in details)
     
  5. Would anyone else here like to chime in? The more information we have as to what you guys use, the better prepared we will be in developing the right lamps for you.
     
  6. Tim R.

    Tim R. LawnSite Member
    Posts: 87

    Thats about it. I would like to keep using MR11 based fixtures but I just can't find a good source for GE MR11's.
     

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