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1) IP65, IK08/IK10
2) 5 years warranty (MEANWELL HBG 5 Years)
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4) AC180~528V is available
5) Lumen Efficiency of Lamp Fixture up to 140Lm/w.
6) Multiple installations:hook/bracket/wall mounting
7) Product lable by elegant metal nameplate on product
8) Japan origin Nichia LED and Meanwell driver.
9) Equivalent to 150W, 250W, 400W, 700W and 1000W HID/HPS/MHL
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1. Outdoor Area Lighting, High Mast Lighting
2. Garage Lighting, Workshop Lighting
3. Warehouse Lighting, Factory Lighting, Industrial Lighting
4. Supermarket Lighting, Store Lighting
5. Tunnel Lighting, Bridge Lighting
6. Gas Station Lighting
The Gospel of Bartholomew is a missing text amongst the New Testament apocrypha, mentioned in several early sources. It may be identical to either the Questions of Bartholomew, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (by Bartholomew), or neither.
Early source references to the Gospel of Bartholomew:
In the prologue to his commentary on Matthew, Jerome mentions a “Gospel of Bartholomew” among several other apocryphal gospels.
The author of the Decretum Gelasianum includes “the Gospels in the name of Bartholomew” in a list of condemned or unacceptable scriptures.
From “The Apocryphal New Testament”
M. R. James-Translation and Notes
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924
Introduction by M. R. James
Jerome, in the prologue to his Commentary on Matthew, mentions a number of apocryphal Gospels -those according to the Egyptians, Thomas, Matthias, Bartholomew, the Twelve, Basilides, and Apelles: probably he depends upon Origen, for he himself disliked and avoided apocryphal books, with few exceptions; the Gospel according to the Hebrews, for instance, he hardly reckoned as apocryphal. Of this Gospel of Bartholomew we have no sort of description: we find it condemned in the Gelasian Decree, which may mean either that the compiler of the Decree knew a book of that name, or that he took it on trust from Jerome. In the pseudo-Dionysian writings two sentences are quoted from ‘the divine Bartholomew,’ and a third has just been brought to light from the kindred ‘book of Hierotheus’. But one cannot be sure that these writers are quoting real books.
We have, however, a writing attributed to Bartholomew which attained some popularity; the manuscripts do not call it a Gospel, but the Questions of Bartholomew.
This is a guide for dummies like myself.
First figure out exactly what you what your lights to do. The light’s I bought are the MIC sensitive and go along with the beat of your music. I got these from LEDGlow.com
In this video I connected mine to the cigarette lighter wire underneath the center console. Im also sorry about my narration it wouldnt let me upload the entire thing with my iphone so I had to narrate over it and send to my laptop in pieces. But anyways once you take the side panels off you should find a few wires taped together. Locate the green wire in there and losen it from the tape so its exposed to work on. Take one side of the Tap and clamp it on to the wire. YOU DONT NEED TO SPLICE THE WIRE!! the way the tap works is so you dont need to splice. With other taps im not sure but if you use the one in the video you do not need to do it. After you have clamped the green wire take your red wire to the LED Box and clamp it into the other side of the tap. Next take the black wire (your ground) and find the 10mm socket and loosen it till you can fit the ground wire behind it and then tighten over it. After that start your car to see if your lights turn on. They most likely should turn on. After you test and see that the lights are working its time to hide your wire. My advice here is do not use zip ties. Instead use electrical tape. The reason why I say this is because maybe one day you chose to move your wire or re arrange the lights and you go to cut a zip tie and then you cut a wire. Thats no good. So stick to the tap. You can use zip ties to keep your lights in place but most of the time things come in the package to hold your lights.
Like I said in the video if you need any help ask me. Im not the best when it comes to electrical stuff but for a dummy I figured it out.
But I wouldn’t of got it without some of the people over at camaro5.com