Non-standard lighting - Wisconsin


HPS or metal halide

Name Photo Description Wattage
Open bottom open bottom Common installations include parking areas, driveways, yards, recreation areas and storage areas. 70, 100 and 200 watt HPS
Open bottom full cut off open bottom full cut off A reduced-glare version of the Open Bottom standard area light. Can be installed new or the full cut off shield can replace the acrylic lens on certain installations. Common installations include parking areas, driveways, yards, recreation areas, and storage areas. 70, 100 and 200 watt HPS
Cobra full cut off cobra full cut off Full cut off refers to the flat lens that directs more light downward and reduces glare. Up to 400 watt HPS or Metal Halide
Cobra semi cut Off cobra semi cut off Semi cut off has a drop lens that projects light to the sides for greater coverage. Common applications include parking areas and roadways. Up to 400 watt HPS
Directional flood Directional Flood Common applications include parking lots, storage facilities, loading docks, recreation areas, outdoor signs and landscaped areas. Up to 400 watt HPS or Metal Halide
Shoebox shoebox full cut off Full cut off feature to reduce glare. Commonly used for roadway, driveway or parking area lighting. Up to 400 watt HPS or Metal Halide
Acorn acorn fixture A very popular fixture since the early 20th century. A prismatic globe optimizes light distribution. Commonly installed in residential subdivisions or for street lighting in business districts. Available in black or green. 100 and 150 watt HPS

175 watt Metal Halide
Paragon ribbed paragon ribbed A more ornate version of the acorn style fixture. It originated in the early 20th century. Ribbed, prismatic globe provides even light distribution. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts or residential subdivisions. Available in black or green. 150 watt HPS
Paragon clear paragon clear A more ornate version of the acorn style fixture. It originated in the early 20th century. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts or residential subdivisions. The clear Paragon is a cutoff fixture, reducing glare. Available in black or green. 150 watt HPS
Coach coach The Coach light’s traditional styling and old fashioned charm compliment any setting. The cut off design reduces glare. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts or residential subdivisions. Available in black. 70, 100 and 150 watt HPS

175 watt Metal Halide
Gothic gothic This style first appeared during World War I and became a popular street light in the city of Cleveland. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts or residential subdivisions. Available in black or green. 150 watt HPS
Gothic with spikes gothic with spikes This style first appeared during World War I. Distinctive spikes and barbs provide a striking appearance. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts or residential subdivisions. Available in black or green. 150 watt HPS
Harp harp This unique style first appeared on the city streets of old Milwaukee. Commonly used for street lighting in business districts, college campuses, parks, and parking lots. Available in black. 100 and 150 watt HPS

175 watt Metal Halide

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