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    Quote Originally Posted by gadfly56 View Post
    Only 6,690 posts to go...
    we are at 130 now, and still seem to be running with a full head
    of steam....

    the lights may flicker, but the posts do not, so "spaz posting" isn't
    a problem....... yet.
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    MSSLC - Model Specifications for LED Roadway Luminaires

    I incorrectly stated earlier by saying the MLO was the guide for the LED luminaire specification; the document that was used was actually put out by the DOE and was labeled MSSLC (Model Specification for LED Roadway Luminaires). https://energy.gov/eere/ssl/download...luminaires-v20 The DOE provided a lot of base information for Municipalities to incorporate into their specifications when evaluating LED luminaires.

    The MLO was referenced as a guide for best practices in choosing luminaires, but is more of an "aesthetic" guideline (full cutoff, reduced glare, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulthrotl View Post
    we are at 130 now, and still seem to be running with a full head
    of steam....

    the lights may flicker, but the posts do not, so "spaz posting" isn't
    a problem....... yet.
    I'm figuring a couple hundred more and he can collect all his posts and edit them down to a textbook. He does have a lot of interesting technical tidbits scattered about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadfly56 View Post
    I'm figuring a couple hundred more and he can collect all his posts and edit them down to a textbook. He does have a lot of interesting technical tidbits scattered about.
    +1 on that. an amazing level of detail.
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    His inability to be succinct is a big reason he looses credibility with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ActionDave View Post
    His inability to be succinct is a big reason he looses credibility with me.
    To me its not so much the succinct aspect, I enjoy an in depth descriptive discussion, but rather that the conversation seems one sided. Any positives regarding LEDs are ignored, and there is a constant fixation on the occasional pitfalls of a technology still maturing. Further when posting facts which contradict or prove statements wrong (like instant re-strike igniters for 5kv pulse rated sockets) he just ignores them.
    What is esoteric knowledge today will be common knowledge tomorrow.

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